The NIH has issued new guidance with respect to the resumption of its operations following the
The purpose of this communication is to provide specific guidance on the issue of IACUC approval dates for grant applications.
Effective September 1, 2013, the Federal branch of the Grants and Contracts Office reorganized.
The NIH has developed an electronic application system for multi-project applications.
The new forms will be required for all NIH applications with due dates on/after September 25, 2013.
Effective January 31, 2014, use of the eRA Research Performance Progress (RPPR) module will be required to submit annual progress report for all NIH-MYF awards.
The GCO revised the eBridge Registration form and Non-eBridge (Paper) Registration forms this fall, and created two additional forms to better capture and streamline the collection of required information.
PIs with awards subject to SNAP need to select RPPR when creating the Continuation progress report in eRA Commons.
Effective for all Awards with start dates on or after July 1, 2013.
Over the next year the NIH will start requiring an ERA Commons ID for all individuals who participate in NIH-funded projects for at least one month or more.
3 New American Heart Association (AHA) Research Programs will be included in January 2014 cycle.
The NIH has now mandated the use of the My NCBI electronic resource to enter papers on to Continuation progress reports.
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