The Understanding the New NIH DMS Policy webinar was recorded during a live event on August 11, 2022 In this webinar, you will learn about the new Data Management and Sharing (DMS) policy expectations, the applicability of the policy, how to prepare a DMS Plan, and considerations for sharing data responsibly. Don't miss this valuable opportunity to hear from policy experts and get your questions answered.
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Priority scores range from 10 (best) to 90 (worst). Applications with low (good) scores are considered more meritorious and have a higher chance of getting funded. Except for a handful of programs that are funded through fixed set-aside funds, NIA considers our overall budget each fiscal year and conditionally sets pay lines throughout the fiscal year.
NIA expects to fund most applications that receive a score at or below (better than) the pay line. However, when scientific concerns are identified in peer review that weaken the case for making an award, a resubmission of...
NIH has established a DataCite Consortium membership as part of the efforts to streamline the ability for NIH funded resources to be able to easily mint digital object identifiers (DOIs). DOIs are persistent identifiers that help data preservation, citation, and serve as a measure for data reuse. This is important in the context of the new DMSP policy and its implementation to enhance discoverability and access of NIH-funded data. Additionally, it will be cost-effective, established as a consortium... Read more about NIH Joins DataCite Consortium
Participant Support Costs Guidance, recently released in March 2022, now has an additional resource. The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) consists of 13 questions and answers and addresses topics such as prior approval requirements, account set-up, and specific supply purchases.
The August issue of the Harvard e-News is now available. Some of the articles contain details about how Harvard administrative systems and processes are changing in response to COVID-19 and the current work environment. As this is an evolving situation, please refer to the departmental websites listed in the articles for the latest updates.
Proposals for the next call for the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships (formerly Individual Fellowships) under Horizon Europe, are due to sponsor on Wednesday, September 14, 2022 at 11 AM. Please note, this means that the proposals are due to SPA for internal review on Tuesday, September 6 at 10 AM.