NIH Updates for Human Subjects Research Administration

Online event: May 22, 2018
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Do you manage NIH applications and grants for research involving human subjects? 
The rules and regulations associated with creating and managing grant applications submitted to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services/National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Eye Institute (NEI) are ever changing. Make sure you are up to date.

Attend this online event, on May 22, and explore what is different for 2018. Discuss with NIH and NEI staff the “new” definition of a clinical trial and key changes to grant application forms. You will leave this session with practical advice for addressing these changes.

Who should attend?
This program assumes the participant has knowledge of basic grant administration concepts and processes for grants issued by NIH or NEI.

  • Individuals involved in grant management or preparation for one or more Principal Investigators
  • Research directors
  • Grant financial managers
  • Grant writers
  • Project and clinical trial administrators

This event takes the place of the Research Grant Administrators Program, traditionally held in conjunction with the ARVO Annual Meeting. Due to travel considerations of NIH/NEI grants management staff and survey responses about travel from last year’s program participants, there will not be a Research Grant Administrators Program held in conjunction with the 2018 ARVO Annual Meeting.