Categorized: NIH Nexus

NIH Nexus – July 2019

Published: July 18, 2019

    Select stories from Extramural Nexus: Open Mike Newsletter July 2019 Breaches of Peer Review Integrity by Mike Lauer and Sally Amero It is a priority to us to continue to engage with the community about what constitutes a breach of NIH peer review integrity – including, but not limited to: A reviewer sending grant applications to their Read More »

NIH Nexus – June 2019

Published: July 3, 2019

    Select stories from Extramural Nexus: Open Mike Newsletter June 2019 https://nexus.od.nih.gov/all/issue/june-2019/?q=all How to Notify NIH about a Concern that Sexual Harassment is Affecting an NIH-Funded Activity at a Grantee Institution By Mike Lauer As part of our continued efforts, we are pleased to announce a new webform that allows for anybody in the biomedical Read More »

NIH Nexus – May 2019

Published: May 15, 2019

    Select stories from Extramural Nexus: Open Mike Newsletter May 2019 https://nexus.od.nih.gov/all/issue/may-2019/?q=all NIH Inclusion Data by Research and Disease Category Now Available By Janine Clayton, Dawn Corbett, Marie Bernard, and Mike Lauer For over two decades, NIH has required researchers to include women, members of racial and ethnic minority groups, and children in their work Read More »

NIH Nexus – April 2019

Published: April 25, 2019

    Select stories from Extramural Nexus: Open Mike Newsletter April 2019 https://nexus.od.nih.gov/all/issue/april-2019/?q=all Upcoming Change in Federal-wide Unique Entity Identifier Requirements Posted on April 24, 2019 by NIH Staff Currently when applying for Federal grants or cooperative agreements, all applicant organizations must have a DUNS number as the Universal Identifier. The General Services Administration (GSA) recently announced that Read More »

NIH Nexus – February 2019

Published: February 21, 2019

Select stories from Extramural Nexus: Open Mike Newsletter: February 2019 https://nexus.od.nih.gov/all/issue/february-2019/?q=all Year in Reflection 2018  By Mike Lauer As we look back at 2018 – or for that matter any year – it seems reasonable to ask questions like “Irrespective of the outcomes, did we make the right decisions?” Given the choices we had, did we Read More »