New AHA Open Science Policies will go into effect with Applications due in July 2014 and New Awards beginning January 2015

The American Heart Association (AHA) requires that all journal articles resulting from AHA funding should be made freely available in PubMed within 12 months of publication.

The AHA requires grant applications to include a data sharing plan as part of the application process.  Any data that is needed for independent verification of research results must be made freely and publically available within 12 months of the end of the funding period (and any no-cost extension).  Specific early career awards are currently exempt from this requirement (Undergraduate Fellowships, Medical Student Research Fellowships, Predoctoral Fellowships, Mentor/AHA Mentee Awards, Postdoctoral Fellowships, and Mentored Clinical & Population Research Awards).

View more information about AHA Open Science policies and answers to frequently asked questions.

Grants & Contracts Contact Information

Phone: 414-955-8563

Fax:     414-955-6552


Location: MACC Fund Research Center (MFRC) 3070

View complete list of GCO Contacts

Upcoming NIH Online Training Opportunity

The NIH Center for Scientific Review (CSR) is hosting two webinars in November 2015. These webinars are designed to give participants useful insight into the NIH application submission and peer review processes. CSR is the portal for NIH grant applications and their review for scientific and technical merit.
Review the Two New Webinars for R01 Grant Applicants and Research Administrators for dates and time.

Upcoming Local Training Opportunity

The Institute for Strategic Funding Development (ISFD) is holding a Two-Day Grant Workshop at Marquette University on October 19-20, 2015, view the ISFD Flyer for additional information and time.

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