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Read the September 2014 SRA Catalyst.

View from the Top

Each year SRA International holds elections, a process providing each member the ability to participate in the governance of the Society. In accordance with the Bylaws of the Society Article 5.35, the notification process of the candidates for the position of Secretary and two At-Large members for the Board of Directors has been completed. It is my pleasure to officially announce the election results via email and the Catalyst. Read more.


Gray Matters

The NIH has three mechanisms for investigator-initiated research. While the names of these mechanisms explain to some degree the differences between them, deciding which application type is the best fit for a given investigator and his or her respective project can be a gray area. Upon review of the Program Announcements, it appears that any of the three mechanisms may be appropriate. Which mechanism should he or she choose, and what are the considerations for each funding mechanism? Read more.

 

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Journal of Research Administration

Volume XLV, Number 1 - Spring 2014

Volume XLV, Number 1 Cover

Jeffrey N. Joyce, Ph.D.
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences

The Journal of Research Administration (Journal) provides a scholarly forum for information and critical analysis of research administration topics to help our members meet their challenges in developing the research enterprise while assuring compliance with a myriad of agencies. In the April-May 2014 issue of The SRA Catalyst, Pamela Miller in “View from the Top” presented the summary of the peer interactions and discussions from the 2013 SRA Senior...Read more.