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NIAID Funding News, January 22, 2015

NIAID Funding News, January 22, 2015

January 22, 2015, NIAID Funding News

Feature Articles

Top Ways to Prevent a Human Subjects Bar to Award To avoid ending up in the same boat as applicants who get a human subjects bar to award, take preventive measures to help ensure smooth sailing. Read the full article.

Opportunities and Resources

Act Quickly for FOA on Empirical Research on Human Subjects-Related Ethical Issues Time is of the essence if you want to apply for the funding opportunity announcement (FOA) on Empirical Research on Ethical Issues Related to Central IRBs and Consent for Research Using Clinical Records and Data. Read the full article.
New Updates to NIAID's Resource on International Clinical Regulations In our September article "A Solution if You're Struggling With Foreign Clinical Regulations," we shared a new NIAID resource on international clinical regulations, ClinRegs. Read the full article.
Create a Big Data Training Coordination Center NIH wants you to build a network of big data scientists and construct a discovery index for personalized access to publicly available biomedical data science educational resources. Read the full article.

In The News

Remembering Richard Krause, Former NIAID Director We at NIAID are saddened by the passing of Dr. Richard Krause, director of NIAID from 1975 to 1984. Read the full article.
Salary Cap and NRSA Stipend Levels Announced As of January 11, 2015, the salary cap for grants, cooperative agreements, and contracts is $183,300. Read the full article.
News Briefs

Advice Corner

New Process for Making Changes to Inclusion Data Records for Grants Principal investigators (PIs) and signing officials (SOs): make sure that you are aware of the process for making changes to inclusion data records (IDRs). Read the full article.
Reader Questions

New Funding Opportunities

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