You are here

Working with NIH

Sponsor-specific tools and resources for working with the National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Recent News and Updates

NIH Individual Development Plans (IDPs)

U-M Genomic Data Sharing Policy for NIH  (March/April RAP)

According to NIH's new genomic data sharing policy, proposals submitted on or after January 25, 2015, in which the research generates large-scale human or non-human genomic data, you must ensure your data will be publicly available via a federal database or approved alternative. Read U-M's step-by-step instructions for Genomic Data Sharing on our website to help you.  

Grants Policy Statement Released (March 31, 2015) (March/April RAP)

Grants Policy Statement effective for budget periods starting on or after 12/26/14. See Announcement and summary of Significant Changes

NIH Software Upgrade Could Delay Awards in May-June (April 9, 2015) (March/April RAP)

NIH software upgrade may mean delays for competing/non-competing awards from 5/19-6/3. This will not change terms/conditions of awards. NOT-OD-15-88 

NIH Non-Compliance can have serious consequences (April 15, 2015) (March/April RAP)

Consistent with the trend that budgets are tight and more competitive than ever, NIH reminded research grantees that noncompliant applications can lead to denial, for reasons such as:


NIH Amendment to Reporting Publications in RPPR (April 10, 2015) (March/April RAP)

Awardees encouraged to electronically report any publications in the Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR) previously reported using paper 2590 process or as part of competing renewal application. (NOT-OD-15-090)


NIH Reminder: Biosketch Requirements Coming Soon (March/April RAP)

Remember, the modified biosketch format is required for applications submitted to NIH for due dates on or after May 25, 2015. Read more.

 

Questions?

ORSP PRIMARY CONTACTS FOR NIH PROJECTS

Terri Maxwell, Senior Project Representative, e-mail: tmax@umich.edu