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.
11/29/2018 2:00-3:00 PM ET
The Grants Program Analysis Working Group will be holding its next call on November 29, 2018. On this call, we hope to go through status updates on the progress of the subgroups as well as discuss any interesting/pertinent topics covered at the November Members’ Meeting. We will also discuss our…
November 15-16, 2018
This meeting covers the following topics: Measuring Funding Impact Through Grantee Outputs (Thur) FIRST Group Update (Thur) Peer Review Under the Microscope: From Best Practices to Current Challenges (Thur) Implementing New Ways to Model Human Disease for More Effective Drug Discovery (Fri) Stronger Together: How Collaboration Can Lead to Greater…
March 28-29, 2019
The spring 2019 members meeting will be held at the American Cancer Society offices in downtown Atlanta. HRA has secured a room-block with the Atlanta Marriott Marquis at 265 Peach Tree Center Ave at $189/night + taxes. The link to reserve your room is above.
September 25-26, 2019
The fall 2019 members meeting will be held at the Conquer Cancer Foundation offices in Alexandria. HRA has secured a room-block with the Residence Inn Marriott at 2345 Mill Road, Alexandra VA at $219/night + taxes. A link to reserve your room will be posted soon.
BY THE NUMBERS
Awards contained in HRA Reporter
Billion total awards in HRA Reporter
Over 3000 Alzheimer’s projects totaling almost $ 600 million are in HRA Reporter
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.
The Health Research Alliance (HRA) is pleased to announce that we have received a $25,000 grant from the Rita Allen Foundation to support HRA’s Facilitating Collaborative Relationships Among HRA Members program. These funds will enable the Health Research Alliance to: • Partner with external consultants (Converge) to develop and lead…September 14, 2018
Health Research Alliance (HRA) launches new platform for open science in partnership with the National Library of Medicine powered by Figshare and Dimensions
HRA Open will allow HRA member-funded awardees to link their awards to their research outputs and deposit publications into PubMed Central. March 12, 2018: Research Triangle Park, NC, USA, London, UK, and Cambridge, MA, USA — The Health Research Alliance today announced a new application called “HRA Open” powered by…March 12, 2018
Health Research Alliance (HRA) today announces the launch of its ORCID consortium. Initially comprising twelve innovative non-profit funding organizations in health and biomedical research, HRA expects this consortium to grow as funders recognize the benefits of ORCID integration with their grants management and other systems. The HRA consortium launch is…November 6, 2017
Demonstrating the impact of HRA Member funding
The HRA Reporter 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.