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What Do We Know About The NIH Appropriation in the FY11 Budget?

The government shutdown has been averted for now, and it looks like we may finally have a budget soon for FY11 (now that we are …

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We Have Been Named “Blog Of The Day”–One Of The Fastest Growing Blogs Worldwide On WordPress

WordPress has named us “Blog of the Day,” meaning we are one of their fastest-growing blogs. On April 10, they ranked us 19th in their …

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Clinical Trial News for NIH Grantees: Myriad Changes for 2018 Applications

Clinical trial applications must now be submitted to FOAs that specifically state that they allow clinical trials. Be certain you understand how NIH defines a clinical …

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Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Seen In Almost All Brains of Former NFL Players in Largest Study To Date

In by far the largest study to date of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a study now shows that 110 of 111 former NFL players suffered from the …

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New Webinar Short Course To Help You Write Your NIH Submission

In the past few years, I have noticed an uptick in the number of grantees who pay for my grant support services out of pocket. …

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Understanding Indirect Costs at NIH

Few topics prompt more questions or seem to stir up more controversy than the subject of Indirect Costs. Everyone seems to have an opinion about …

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