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Rigor and Transparency
NIH applications and reports now address rigorous and transparent research in all areas of science supported by a variety of grant programs.
Phase I changes were effective for applications submitted for due dates on or after Jan. 25, 2016.
Phase II changes were effective for applications submitted for due dates on or after May 25, 2016.
The NIH plans to require formal instruction in rigorous experimental design and transparency to enhance reproducibility for institutional training, institutional career development, and individual fellowship applications no sooner than 2017.
NIH Extramural Nexus posts:
- Your One-Page Guide to Rigor and Reproducibility
- Updates on Addressing Rigor in Your NIH Applications
- Consideration of Relevant Biological Variables in NIH Grant Applications
- Scientific Rigor in NIH Grant Applications
- Authentication of Key Biological and/or Chemical Resources in NIH Grant Applications
- What Kind of Information Should I Include in My Application’s Resource Authentication Plan?
NIH NOT-OD-16-011 - Implementing Rigor and Transparency in NIH & AHRQ Research Grant Applications
NIH NOT-OD-16-012 - Implementing Rigor and Transparency in NIH & AHRQ Career Development Award Applications
NIH NOT-OD-16-034 - Advanced Notice of Coming Requirements for Formal Instruction in Rigorous Experimental Design and Transparency to Enhance Reproducibility: NIH and AHRQ Institutional Training Grants, Institutional Career Development Awards, and Individual Fellowships
NIH NOT-OD-16-058 - NIH & AHRQ Grant Application Changes for Due Dates On or After Jan. 25, 2016