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Patents Part Two—A Closer Look at Reporting

Submitting a required invention disclosure to NIH through iEdison is not considered a “public disclosure” and will not jeopardize your patent rights. In fact, if you don’t submit a required invention disclosure to NIH, your patent rights will be in jeopardy.
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Opportunities and Resources

Three opportunities encourage applicants to consider creative, locally defined, and culturally sensitive concepts in pursuit of key strategies to end the HIV epidemic in the United States.
The program's overarching goal is to understand cellular and molecular disease pathways and identify novel targets for intervention among select autoimmune diseases.
Conduct research that leads to a deeper understanding of the causes and mechanisms of disease of inborn errors of immunity, enables early detection, and develops strategies to treat and cure these disorders.
Find funding to characterize mechanisms that impact resistance to HIV broadly neutralizing antibodies (bNAbs) and develop strategies to prevent and overcome HIV resistance to bNAbs.
Support for Research Excellence (SuRE) grant funds can help build research capacity, develop and sustain research excellence, and provide research experience to students from groups that are underrepresented in biomedical science.
Mentors, apply for a grant to support predoctoral and postdoctoral training for research careers in biomedical computing, data science, and other information fields.

In The News

NIH surveyed researchers and administrators to gain a greater perspective of how the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted and burdened the biomedical research workforce.
The request for information (RFI) seeks community feedback on matters related to workforce diversity and inclusion, policies that create racial disparities, research gaps in the science of health disparities, and ideas for new approaches.

Advice Corner

When planning an application that includes human subjects research that will not begin immediately, you might see two similar research terms—delayed start and delayed onset—which may cause some confusion.

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