NIH and AHRQ Issue Changes for 2016 Grant Applications

12/7/2015 3:15:19 PM

THe National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality (AHRQ) have announced several changes in their application processes for 2016 grant applications. Please see the list below for details.

  • Upcoming Changes to Policies, Instructions and Forms for 2016 Grant Applications
    (NOT-OD-16-004) National Institutes of Health & Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
  • Upcoming Changes to Post-Award Forms and Instructions
    (NOT-OD-16-005) National Institutes of Health & Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
  • Simplification of the Vertebrate Animals Section of NIH Grant Applications and Contract Proposals
    (NOT-OD-16-006) National Institutes of Health
  • Transition to New Research Training Table Formats for 2016 and Upcoming Release of the xTRACT System
    (NOT-OD-16-007) National Institutes of Health & Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
  • New Form for PHS Awarding Component and Peer Review Requests
    (NOT-OD-16-008) National Institutes of Health & Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
  • Font Guidelines for Applications to Due Dates On or After May 25, 2016
    (NOT-OD-16-009) National Institutes of Health & Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
  • Inclusion of Children in Clinical Research: Change in NIH Definition
    (NOT-OD-16-010) National Institutes of Health
  • Implementing Rigor and Transparency in NIH & AHRQ Research Grant Applications
    (NOT-OD-16-011) National Institutes of Health & Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
  • Implementing Rigor and Transparency in NIH & AHRQ Career Development Award Applications
    (NOT-OD-16-012) National Institutes of Health & Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

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