The Health Research Alliance, a collaborative member organization of nonprofit research funders, is committed to maximizing the impact of biomedical research to improve human health.
10/08/2019 2:00-3:00 PM ET
Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) play a hidden but critical role in the common project to advance knowledge and improve life experience. They ensure that the imperatives of science are balanced by the obligation to treat human research subjects with respect, to avoid exploitation and to protect such subjects from unnecessary…
11/19/2019 2:00-3:00pm ET
Dear Colleagues, Please join this conference call hosted by the Grants Program Analysis Working Group. These calls will be held the 3rd Tuesday of every other Month, and will serve to convene the Working Group on a regular basis to ensure that tasks are being completed and new ideas can…
November 12-13, 2019
HRA is offering a workshop to all interested HRA members, held at the AACR offices in Philadelphia. The workshop will be designed and facilitated to: Increase members’ awareness of the benefits and challenges of collaboration, the “best-practices” leading to sustained collaboration. Surface the work that participants are already doing and…
BY THE NUMBERS
Awards contained in HRA Reporter
Billion total HRA member funding in HRA Reporter
February is Heart month. There are almost 14 thousand “Heart” grants in HRA Reporter – totaling 2.5 billion dollars of support!
Developing guidelines and a set of valuable resources needed to implement impactful data sharing policies.
- Implementing Funder Data Sharing Policies (from annual meeting)
- Webinars on Intro to Data Sharing and Intro to Sharing Big Data
- New Data Sharing subgroup of the Open Science Task Force
At the Spring 2018 Members Meeting we had a session focused on “Implementing of Funder Data Sharing Policies.” HRA members shared their process, considerations, and implementation of data sharing policies. To supplement that information, HRA’s Data Sharing intern, Heather McCartney compiled HRA Member Data Sharing Policies.
Targeting the effects of aging
The American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR) is a leading, not-for-profit organization supporting biomedical aging research. Since 1981, AFAR has awarded more than $178 million to more than 4,100 talented investigators and students. The important work AFAR supports leads to a better understanding of aging processes and to improvements in the health of all people as they age.
Dear HRA Members, Please take a minute to review HRA’s achievements in 2018 and feel free to share this broadly. To access the links open the pdf or view the interactive version on the HRA website. All the best, MaryroseJanuary 9, 2019
Hi HRA Members, We’ve had significant changes in the Public HRA Reporter project and the listserv to which I need to call your attention. You will also find information about upcoming events and links to what has already happened. Newsletters are now archived here. Maryrose HRA NEWS: Name Switch! PUBLIC…January 31, 2019
This newsletter announces HRA Analyzer, provides registration links to webinars on Grants Management Databases, Mentoring in the Research Workforce, and HRA Analyzer. It also reminds members to mark their calendars for the Members Meeting in Atlanta (March 28-29) and the Collaboration workshop (May 1-2). Links to the preregistration webinar (Dec…January 14, 2019
This newsletters contains links to Fall Members Meeting in Durham, Grants Program Analysis call, NCI’s data sharing webinar, NFRI meeting, everything you need to know about Indirect Costs webinar, DC Regional Meeting and much more… Links to resources Fall Members Meeting (Durham) (November 15-16, 2018) Links to the presentations…December 4, 2018
Demonstrating the impact of HRA Member funding
The HRA Analyzer is a real time, searchable database of awards made by its 75 members. As of the launch, the database represents $8.9 billion in funding and over 31,000 separate grants from 2006 to the present. Check out Digital Science’s blog post of the HRA-UberResearch partnership.