[Office-of-research] NIH Videocast re Electronic Submission Process and SF 424

Jane Schultz jane.schultz at ucr.edu
Fri Dec 23 14:19:05 PST 2005

On January 11 NIH will hold a Videocast on the electronic Grant Submission
Process and SF 424.


 By May 2007 all research grant applications for NIH will have to be
submitted electronically through Grants.gov using the SF424 Research &
Related (R&R) form set. This training session, geared toward the applicant
community, will provide an overview of NIH's transition plans, the
submission process and the new form set. A question and answer session will
follow the formal presentations.


The videocast will be held starting at 9:30 PST 


The Agenda Follows


9:30 am. - 10:00 am Registration 10:00 am. - 

10:05 am. Welcome Dr. Norka Ruiz Bravo, NIH Deputy Director for Extramural
Research 10:05 am. - 

10:30 am NIH Electronic Submission Overview Megan Columbus, NIH Program
Manager for Electronic Submission of Grant Applications 

10:30 am. - 11:00 am Registering and Submitting an Electronic Application
via Grants.gov Katie Root, Outreach Director, Grants.gov 11:00 am. - 11:30
am. Registering and Completing the Application Process in the eRA Commons
Scarlett Gibb, Chief, User Support, Training and Documentation 

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. A Walk through the SF424 (R&R) Application Marcia
Hahn, Director, Division of Grants Policy 

12:30 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Open Question and Answer Period


NIH has indicated that since a large number of folks will be accessing the
videoconference site it will be advisable to gather viewers in one place to
view together.


Since we always take advice and since the opportunity for mass grumbling
presents itself when all are gathered in one place OR has reserved room 172
in Surge for all interested parties to view the conference.  All faculty and
administrative staff are invited.  LIGHT REFRSHMENTS WILL BE SERVED.


Any questions?  call jane at 2-7986.  Yes, there are portions of this
application process that will be the responsibility of faculty members who
wish to apply for NIH grants.  Other agencies also use the SF 424.


Jane Schultz, Ph.D.  Director of Research Development

Office of Research Affairs, University of California-Riverside

200 University Office Building

Riverside, CA 92521

tel. 951-827-7986  fax. 951-827-4483


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