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2007 Member Meetings & News

...CTSA Program” Presentation by Anthony Hayward, M.D., Ph.D., Director, Division for Clinical Research Resources, NCRR, NIH Link to 9/18/07 NIH announcement, “NIH Expands National Consortium to Transform Clinical and Translational...

Links

...e at NIH can tackle alone, so that the institutes and centers can combine forces and speed the progress of medical research. NIH also maintains the NIH Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools (RePORT) resource, a single repository of reports, data...

Bethesda

...n by Neil Thakur, PhD (thakurn@od.nih.gov) Neil Thakur has served as Special Assistant to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Deputy Director for Extramural Research since 2005. He also serves as program manager for the NIH public access policy,...

Bethesda

...12. Learning from our host, the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health: Presentation providing an overview of the FNIH, by Ann Ashby, M.B.A., Deputy Executive Director, FNIH Presentation by Neil S. Buckholtz, Ph.D., Former Chief, Dementias...

Boston

...non-profit, non-partisan business-led public policy organization that conducts research on major economic and social issues. NIH’s Public Access Policy NIH Public Access Fact Sheet Harvard University’s DASH (Digital Access to Scholarship...

Evaluation Resources

...me measures (publications, citations, journal quality, federal awards, career progression, etc.). A link to the January 2007 NIH report,“Feasibility, Design and Planning Study for Evaluating the NIH Career Development Awards” prepared by...

Public Access

...your manuscript with your grant using My NCBI. Important NIH links related to public access: Public access policy adopted by NIH PubMed Central NIH Manuscript Submission System NIH’s My Bibliography feature On copyright: The SPARC/Science...

2008 Member Meetings & News

...py Working Group. Enhancing Peer Review at NIH and HRA: Presentation by Dr. Lawrence Tabak, Co-Chair of the Working Group on NIH Peer Review, on the NIH Enhancing Peer Review Project. You may also want to access the full report of the NIH 2007-2008...

2009 Member Meetings & News

...icine. The Training Future Investigators session included presentations by Adam Fagen, Ph.D., NAS and Rod Ulane, Ph.D., OEP, NIH. The following background readings were also recommended for this session: Executive Summary from the 2005 report,...

2010 Member Meetings & News

...vappa, Ph.D., Administrator for the Pioneer Awards and Program Officer of the New Innovator Awards. Background readings: The NIH Common Fund website for high-risk research provides an entry point to the NIH Pioneer and New Innovator webpages and...

Open Science Task Force/Public Access Initiative

...your manuscript with your grant using My NCBI. Important NIH links related to public access: Public access policy adopted by NIH PubMed Central NIH Manuscript Submission System NIH’s My Bibliography feature Important SPARC links: The...

Alexandria

...ch Training, 2011”; Charge to and membership of the NIH working group on the future biomedical workforce; RFI from the NIH working group, requesting input into the deliberations of the Advisory Committee to the NIH Director Working Group on...

HRA Reporter

...ts, as well as the functional similarity to NIH Reporter. New partner – ÜberResearch, who serves funders globally from NIH to the smallest foundations with data, software and services for peer review and portfolio support, provides a...

Durham

...presenters: “NIH uncovers racial disparity in grant awards,” from the journal Science, August 19, 2011. “Race, ethnicity and NIH research awards,” by Donna Ginther et al, from the journal Science, August 19, 2011. SESSION: Tracking programmatic...

2016 in Review

...A Reporter with our partner ÜberResearch. This is the first grant database for nonprofits and is functionally similar to the NIH RePORTER. The database also provides data from NIH grants and PubMed publications alongside HRA member grants....

New York

...es available. Studies on research centers funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and National Institutes of Health (NIH) have demonstrated that team science initiatives entail significant coordination costs. As a result, team science takes...

Chevy Chase

...Yamamoto, Ph.D., Member of the Biomedical Workforce Working Group “Biomedical Research Workforce Working Group Report, NIH, June 14, 2012. Note: This is a link to the full report. Pages 1-12 will be included in the HRA meeting packets at HHMI....

Discovery Science Interest Group

...211; Larry Tabak, D.D.S., Ph.D., Principal Deputy Director, National Institutes of Health, presented a webinar: “Update from NIH: The NIH Reproducibility Initiative and Peer Review Updates.” 10/7/2013 – Chas Bountra, Ph.D., Chief Scientist at...

NYC

...Ph.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...

Drug/Therapy Development Interest Group

.... Austin, M.D., Director of the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), National Institutes of Health (NIH). NCATS is the newest of 27 Institutes and Centers at NIH. The Center was established in 2011 to transform the...

Research Reproducibility

...Wall Street Journal, Science, Nature, and many other outlets, including editorials and presentations from the leaders of the NIH and the FDA. In both the spring and fall 2012 HRA Members’ Meetings, speakers discussed the forces operating in science...

New Frontiers in Science Distinguished Lectureship Program at FDA

...icine, Current Stem Cell Research and Therapy, and Therapeutic Advances in Urology. He has served in leadership roles on the NIH Working Group on Cells and Developmental Biology, the NIH Bioengineering Consortium, and the NCI’s Advisory Board, and...

Manhattan Beach

...tanik was an Evaluation Analyst for NOVA Research and the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and National Institutes of Health (NIH). During this time she designed and directed outcome evaluations for biomedical research programs, conducted in-depth...

Research Workforce and Early Career Development Working Group

...SEB 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...

Publications

...8220;Central Challenges Facing the National Clinical Research Enterprise,” JAMA, 2003 “Clinical Research and the NIH – A Report Card,” NEJM, 2003 “The Biomedical Research Bottleneck,” Science, 2001 Health Research...

2006 & Earlier Meetings & News

...hop on “The Learning Healthcare System” Roundtable Working Groups Roadblocks in the Drug Development Process The NIH Clinical Research Policy Analysis and Coordination Program Christian MC et al (2002). “A Central Institutional...

HRA National Conferences 2004-2008

...attended by representatives of over 70 organizations that fund health research. Keynoted by Dr. Elias Zerhouni, Director of NIH, Dr. Richard Carmona, US Surgeon General, and Dr. Clement Bezold of the Institute for Alternative Futures, the meeting...

HRA Listserv Guidelines & Summaries

...ur organization fund government agencies? posted by Lora Wong of the American Heart Association 10/05/2009 Is anyone funding NIH intramural investigators? posted by Stephen Rose of the Foundation Fighting Blindness 08/18/2010 Letters of...

History

...ther funders to do likewise. For more information, download The Biomedical Research Bottleneck and Clinical Research and the NIH. Several CRA members* cosponsored a national meeting, “Partnering to Advance Health Research: Philanthropy’s...

Philadelphia

...about the Team Science Toolkit, an interactive website supporting team research. The Team Science Toolkit site, supported by NIH, can be accessed here. “How to Cure Cancer,” from TIME Magazine in April, 2013, about Stand Up To Cancer...

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