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Latest News & Policy Changes


Policy

Clarification of NIH’s Application Submission/Resubmission Policy

Effective immediately, this Notice consolidates and clarifies policy concerning submission and resubmission of applications for grants and cooperative agreements submitted to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and...

Delayed Enforcement and Policy Flexibilities Related to Basic Science Involving Human Subjects

The purpose of this notice is to describe interim policy flexibilities for a subset of NIH-funded studies whose primary purpose is the pursuit of basic science...

Maintaining Integrity in NIH Peer Review: Responsibilities and Consequences

Maintaining integrity- including confidentiality and security - in the peer review process is essential for exchanging scientific opinions and ...

News

Dr. John Pugh Named Chief of CSR’s AIDS and Related Research Integrated Review Group

Dr. John Pugh Named Chief of CSR’s AIDS and Related Research Integrated Review Group

Meet the Experts in NIH Peer Review at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting, March 29 – April 3

Meet the Experts in NIH Peer Review at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting, March 29 – April 3

CSR Advisory Council Meeting, March 25, 2019

CSR Advisory Council Meeting, March 25, 2019

Early Career Reviewer (ECR) Program

The ECR program aims to educate qualified scientists without prior CSR review experience to develop skills as a reviewer and to provide experience that might make them more competitive applicants.

Advice for SBIR/STTR Applicants

Guidance on how to navigate NIH Peer Review and tips on avoiding preventable errors that could keep your application from being reviewed.