Funding News Edition: July 20, 2022 See more articles in this edition
Fellowship, career development, institutional training, and research education grant applicants, a new NIAID guidance page can help you plan training on responsible conduct of research (RCR) for your fall 2022 curricula and applications. We also offer a recap of NIH’s RCR policy updates and timing below.
RCR Training Guidance
Take advantage of NIAID’s Guidance on Training in RCR. It includes the following sections:
- RCR Training Plan Components—Five points your application must address.
- RCR Advice for Applicants—Summary of NIAID staff recommendations.
- Example RCR Page—One way you could approach your RCR page.
Note one caveat for our example RCR page. The generic information shown may help you craft your own version, but we advise against simply following the example as a template. To ensure your RCR page reflects the nature of the training you propose, you should choose your own best approach to descriptions, formatting, and specific details. Whichever approach you choose, we advise you to include all the instructional components as outlined in the RCR policies NOT-OD-10-019 and NOT-OD-22-055.
Background on RCR Policy Updates
As a reminder, NIH expects you to incorporate the changes in the Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 Updated Guidance into both of the following:
- Plans for RCR instruction for the 2022 to 2023 academic year
- New and renewal applications for research training, career development, research education, and dissertation research grants beginning with the September 25, 2022 due dates
Follow the NIAID Responsible Conduct of Research—Training SOP and learn more in our April 20, 2022 article “Policy Update on Instruction in the Responsible Conduct of Research.”