GMAS has a release scheduled for August 15, 2016. The outage to perform the release will begin at 6pm on the 12th. During this time, users will be locked out of GMAS until the release has been completed. For a full list of what is included in this release, please read the GMAS 1_42 release notes.
In addition to the document repository enhancements, this weekend’s release will include new abilities to refresh the COI approval statuses from the approvals list screen in GMAS. Prior to the release, users...
GMAS has a release scheduled for August 15, 2016. The outage to perform the release will begin at 6pm on Friday the 12th. During this time, users will be locked out of GMAS until the release has been completed.
This release includes the Document Repository upgrade. Based on user feedback, documents were streamlined to reduce the number of clicks, increase performance time, and allow for improved find-ability. This was achieved by:
Placing all the actions on one page versus being spread across 15 pages, resulting in less clicks.
The NIH Office of Extramural Research posted a reminder this week for those who are submitting a fellowship application using FORMS-D for the August 8, 2016 due date. The reminder highlights changes with the new application, including the following new attachments:
We’ve developed a one-page guide to explain how to address rigor and reproducibility in your NIH application. This new resource walks through each of the four key areas of scientific rigor, explaining how and where to address each area in your application. In addition we’ve linked to additional resources in case you need more in-depth information on any of the four key areas. Click the image to download the guide as a PDF. We hope this resource is helpful to you and your colleagues!