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Sponsor-specific tools and resources for working with the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
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)
NIH Software Upgrade Could Delay Awards in May-June (April 9, 2015) (March/April RAP)
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:
- Biosketches that don't conform to required format (NOT-OD-15-032)
- Not meeting page limit requirements (NOT-OD-11-080).
- Submitted as new but contain elements of previous (NOT-OD-15-059)
- Submitted after 5pm local applicant organization time (NOT-OD-15-039)
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)