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New York

...2009 as Scientific Program Director, responsible for the planning, management and oversight of $8-10 million in new melanoma research funding per year. She is also responsible for coordinating MRA’s annual Scientific Retreat and contributes to...

Bethesda

...and development grant programs and strategic initiatives. Combining scientific and business expertise, the ADDF manages its research funding portfolio to balance risk, stage of development, and drug target mechanism of action, ensuring that grants...

Links

...(NIH) NIH is the primary federal agency responsible for conducting and supporting medical research, distributing 80% of its funding in research grants. Composed of 27 Institutes and Centers, NIH is a part of the US Department of Health and Human...

2007 Member Meetings & News

...by Brian Druker, “Don’t abuse patents: scientists” “Can Patents Deter Innovation? The Anticommons in Biomedical Research,” Science, 1998 “Facilitating Humanitarian Access to Pharmaceutical and Agricultural...

2009 Member Meetings & News

...l as a separate FASEB presentation by Howard Garrison and Kimberly McGuire in the FASEB Office of Public Affairs, “NIH Research Funding Trends, FY 1995-2009,” that will be of interest. Presentation by Marianne Alciati, Ph.D.,Managing...

Publications

...folio) database, containing awards data from 32 HRA member organizations. This report describes the landscape of funding for biomedical research and training by non-governmental, not-for-profit organizations in greater detail than has been possible...

2010 Member Meetings & News

...Roundtable Patient Care & Outcomes Research Program using the payback framework methodology. “Payback arising from research funding: evaluation of the Arthritis Research Campaign,”Rheumatology, 2005 Session: Beyond the Grant –...

History

...ts. The meeting, “Strengthening Health Research in America: Philanthropy’s Role,” considered the future of biomedical research in light of major changes in funding streams for research within academic health centers. The group met...

Executive Director Named

...rch Alliance (HRA) is a multi-national consortium of nonprofit organizations working to maximize the impact of investment in biomedical research to improve human health. Photo credit Matt Staley. Dr. Franko’s background includes over 20 years of...

Research Workforce and Early Career Development Working Group

...and Howard Garrison, Ph.D., Deputy Executive Director for Policy, FASEB, the authors who recently published the article “NIH research funding and early career physician scientists: Continuing challenges in the 21st century” in The FASEB Journal gave...

Boston

...e FASEB website Link to the blueprint for implementing NIGMS’ strategic plan on training Responses received to the NIH Biomedical Research Workforce RFI A summary of responses to the biomedical workforce RFI prepared for the Early Career...

Chevy Chase

...ckets Prizes: Prize4Life Venture Philanthropy: “Honest Brokers for Cures: How Venture Philanthropy Groups are Changing Biomedical Research,” FasterCures, 2013 The American Heart Association’s Science & Technology Accelerator...

NYC

...D., Chief Scientific Officer, Association of American Medical Colleges A presentation recently released by FASEB, “NIH Research Funding Trends: FY 1995-2012.” Ensuring the quality and sustainability of patient registries: Session notes...

Research Reproducibility

...d to this page. If you are interested in being part of this important effort, please email Annette.   Best Practices of Biomedical Research: Improving Reproducibility and Transparency of Preclinical Research Co-sponsored by the National Library...

2008 Member Meetings & News

...also find it useful to check out the website of the Alzheimer’s Neurodisease Imaging Institute, as another example of funding a research consortium as well as a recent article from the journal Alzheimer’s & Dementia,...

HRA Reporter

...ck out Digital Science’s blog post of the HRA-UberResearch partnership. An HRA report published in 2014, Bringing non-Profit Funding of Biomedical Research Into the Light, provides an enlightening analysis of grants for biomedical research from...

Durham

...etter: Comments on the above article from Thomas Kelly and Kenneth Marians, PNAS, July 1 2014 Letter: “Systemic addiction to research funding,” PNAS, July 1, 2014 Letter: “Systemic flaws cannot be fixed with minor tweaks,” PNAS, July 1, 2014...

Chicago

...: http://www.pancan.org/section_research/reports/incidence_report.php Research grants program: http://www.pancan.org/section_research/research_grants_program/ Presentation by Leslie Hearn The American Heart Association Presentation by Dr. Yung Lie...

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Dallas

...nonprofit health research organizations have had an increasing role in clinical research studies, either by filling gaps in research funding, facilitating the recruitment of study subjects, or by developing new mechanisms to accelerate study...

Cleveland

...enda for the meeting. SESSION: Non-traditional metrics for program evaluation Evaluating the effectiveness and impact of our research funding is paramount importance to research funders. Many organizations utilize traditional metrics as a surrogate...

Publications for Members Only

...Kate) Ahlport of HRA, and Nancy Sung, Ph.D., then of the Burroughs Wellcome Fund, describes the landscape of the funding for biomedical research and training by non-governmental, not-for-profit organizations in far greater detail than has been...

HRA Interest and Working Groups

...oup The Grants Administration Interest Group addresses a wide range of high-priority operational issues common to funders of biomedical research, by sharing information, showing how a variety of different organizations approach a specific issue, and...

Discovery Science Interest Group

...fering of the HRA Discovery Science and Grants Administration Working Groups: “Using rigorous classification of funded research to communicate research strategy and to inform scientific management of the research portfolio.”HRA would...

HRA Reporter

...hryn (Kate) Ahlport of HRA, and Nancy Sung, Ph.D. of the Burroughs Wellcome Fund, describes the landscape of the funding for biomedical research and training by non-governmental, not-for-profit organizations in greater detail than has ever been...

Philadelphia

...sident, The Donaghue Foundation, for the time and thought they invested in planning an agenda focused on important issues in biomedical research and training that was responsive to member requests and suggestions. PRESENTATIONS AND BACKGROUND...

Overview

...n of biomedical science discoveries into applications that improve health, and in identifying and adopting best practices in funding health research. Founding Members AACR Foundation for the Prevention and Cure of Cancer Alzheimer’s...

Become a Member

...ake supported research freely accessible in PubMed Central Inclusion of your organization’s awards in the gHRAsp database so that they become part of an aggregate analysis of philanthropic biomedical research funding  ...

Public Access

...ur funder’s policy, see the section for awardees below. Resources for awardees of HRA member organizations Overview: If your funding organization has directed you to this link, this means that your funding organization is participating in...

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