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Catalyst: NIH

by SRA International on December 23, 2016

‘Twas the night before Hanukkah and at OSP, We were lighting menorahs and trimming the tree, sIRB policy was all tucked in its bed, In hopes that the deadline extension will alleviate dread. Wondering whether the Common Rule soon will appear, Perhaps we will see it in the coming New Year?... Read more

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by carson.harrod@bswhealth.org on December 19, 2016

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy requires that peer-reviewed publications originating from NIH-funded research be made publicly available. My NCBI is a personal web site that allows investigators to manage their bibliographies and verify that publications are compliant with the policy. It also provides a tool to build biographical sketches in the NIH format as well as other formats. My NCBI can be linked to the NIH eRA Commons site to facilitate transfer...... Read more

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by SRA International on December 13, 2016

NIH is making Good Clinical Practice for Social and Behavioral Research E-learning courses tailored for behavioral clinical trialists.... Read more

Tagged with: NIH, Professional Development

by SRA International on December 2, 2016

Republicans in Congress have vowed to roll back a controversial new rule expanding the number of workers eligible for overtime pay when President-elect Donald Trump takes office in January 2017. And a federal judge has already blocked implementation of the rule, which covers postdoctoral researchers and was supposed to take effect on 1 December.... Read more

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by carson.harrod@bswhealth.org on November 21, 2016

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy requires that peer-reviewed publications originating from NIH-funded research be made publicly available on PubMed Central. Potentially confusing identification numbers are used at different times to cite manuscripts and track compliance. This article explains the different identification numbers that an article can have during the process of submission to PubMed Central and when to use each number.... Read more

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by Carson Harrod on October 25, 2016

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy (see http://publicaccess.nih.gov ) requires that peer-reviewed publications originating from NIH-funded research be made publicly available. The first article of this series introduced the NIH Public Access Policy. This article will explain the different methods of submitting manuscripts to PubMed Central (PMC), the NIH-designated public repository for journal articles.... Read more

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by Carson Harrod on September 26, 2016

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy requires that peer-reviewed publications from investigators who are funded by NIH grants be made publicly available within one year after publication. The NIH has developed mechanisms and provided tools to investigators to verify compliance with the policy. This is the first in a series of articles that will describe the policy and how investigators can maintain compliance.... Read more

Tagged with: Compliance, NIH, Public Access Policy

by Angela Yost on July 21, 2016

Need help interpreting the Uniform Guidance? Look to the Research Terms and Conditions overlay being developed under the guidance of Jean Feldman, Head, Policy Office, Division of Institution and Award Support, NSF and Michelle Bulls, Director, NIH Office of Policy for Extramural Research Administration (OPERA).... Read more

Tagged with: NIH, NSF, Stump the Champs, Uniform Guidance

by Angela Yost on May 26, 2016

Helpful tips for facilitating a smooth transition for your incoming faculty are discussed. This is inclusive of a checklist of items to remember, such as having your investigator complete necessary compliance requirements and the importance of relinquishment of the project by prior awardee. We touch on some of the specifics of the NIH PA-16-285 transfer application, and the NSF “Notification and Request” process to be initiated by the PI in Fastlane.... Read more

Tagged with: Compliance, NIH, NSF, Stump the Champs

by Kara Charmanski on May 19, 2014

The NIH defines a Senior/Key Person as an individual who contributes to the “scientific development or execution of a project in a substantive, measurable way, whether or not they request salaries or compensation.” While this seems like a clear definition, there are gray areas in who meets these criteria, and when to use the Other Significant Contributor or Consultant designations.... Read more

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