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NIAID Funding News, December 20, 2017


December 20, 2017 NIAID Funding News

Feature Articles 

Patents Part Two: A Closer Look at Reporting

Here we cover types of patent applications, invention reporting requirements, and compliance advice.

Opportunities and Resources

FOA’s Center of Attention Is on Translational Research Centers

NIAID will support multidisciplinary translational research centers focused on generating, validating, and advancing medical countermeasures to select NIAID Emerging Infectious Diseases and Pathogens.

Opportunity To Join Cooperative Centers on Human Immunology Program

Propose studies to understand mechanisms for regulating activation and function of human immune responses to infection, vaccination, and adjuvants.

In The News

How Clinical Trial, Single Institutional Review Board Policies Impact Contracts

To respond to contract solicitations—that is, requests for proposals and broad agency announcements—issued by NIAID on or after January 25, 2018, you’ll need to follow NIH’s new Clinical Trial Requirements for Grants and Contracts.

Nine New Sample NIAID Grant Applications

Check out new, well-written, top-scoring sample applications for the following activity codes: Academic Research Enhancement Award (R15), Small Business Grant (R41, R42, R43, and R44), Research Scientist Development Award (K01), and Mentored Clinical Scientist Research Career Development Award (K08).

Your Annual Animal Report Is Due to OLAW Next Month

You have until January 31, 2018, to submit your annual report to NIH's Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare.

Reminders for Applications With January 7, 2018 Due Date

Applicants targeting the January 7, 2018 receipt date, make sure you choose an active funding opportunity announcement and use FORMS-D.

Researchers—Here’s a Better Way to Find Resources to Support Your Research

NIAID recently launched a new and improved Resources for Researchers section on the NIAID website with a robust search tool to help you quickly find resources relevant to your research.

Advice Corner

Prepare Your Project Outcomes Section for the Public

As you work on your next interim- or final-Research Performance Progress Report, keep in mind that the Project Outcomes section will be visible to the general public through NIH RePORTER.

Clarifying Interim- and Final-RPPR Deadlines

Remember, you must send your interim- or final-Research Performance Progress Report within 120 calendar days after your grant's project period ends.

Reader Questions

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