Water Your ORCID

Rebecca Helton, MA

NIH begins requiring an ORCID ID for those on training grants in October. Here's how to set up yours.

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NIH Offers New Type of K99/R00

The Edge for Scholars

In 2020, NIH will accept applications for a new career development award focused on diversity.

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How to Be Heard by Legislators

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

The NIH budget is not final. Contact your representatives about programs you value & the need for increased investigator-initiated funding.

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Not that Kind of Bias: Tales of Survivorship Bias

Pipette Protagonist, PhD

Spoiler: We are all biased

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Shark Tank for Scientists: NIH’s SBIR/STTR Grants

Rebecca Helton, MA

All about NIH's small business collaboration grants, which fund commercialization of your big ideas.

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An Academic Approach to Writing in Academia

Ashley Hood, PhD

A roundup of posts by Dr. Eric Sentell, who takes a scholarly approach to writing advice, complete with historic and literary references.

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Health Services, Outcomes, and Effectiveness Research Training Program

Becky Reamey, PhD

Now accepting applications for open predoctoral and postdoctoral positions in a research training program. DUE January 15, 2021.

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Your Grant Is Scheduled for an Appendectomy

Rebecca Helton, MA

Starting with grants due January 25, 2017, the NIH will no longer allow most materials you might want to put in your appendix.  No longer can information required for the peer review …

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Nature: The Plight of Young Scientists

Rebecca Helton, MA

A recent news feature in Nature highlighted challenges facing early career scientists, from pressure to publish to shrinking funding and the increasing length of time before reaching research independence. Early …

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Back to Her Roots: Natasha Halasa

Rebecca Helton, MA

By studying respiratory illness and acute gastroenteritis in young children, Dr. Halasa is improving the lives of children in both the United States and Jordan.

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