Training Module: A new online training module is now available on the UNH Research Office’s HIPAA page. (Many thanks to Ben Powers in Research Computing for his patient and cheerful assistance!) The online training module provides a general overview of the HIPAA regulations, and is designed to assist faculty, staff and students with acquiring a basic level of understanding of HIPAA. The...
A new biosketch format will be required for NIH applications submitted on or after January 25, 2015 (NOT-OD-15-024).
Page limit extended to five pages
Allows researchers to describe up to 5 of their most significant contributions to science, along with the historical background that framed their research.
Investigators can outline the central findings of prior work and the...
The National Science Foundation (NSF) invites the research community to submit suggestions for topic areas to be considered for the FY 2016 Emerging Frontiers in Research and Innovation (EFRI) Program Solicitation.
Learn more about current EFRI goals and topics at the EFRI program page.
Refer to Dear Colleague Letter 15-018 for background and how to submit your candidate topic idea and one-page...
Erik Swartz, professor of kinesiology, has received a major grant from Under Armour, the NFL and GE as part of their Head Health Challenge II to advance research and practice to better protect against brain injury. The disruptive ideas introduced by the grantees are designed to increase brain safety for athletes, members of the armed forces, and society at-large.
Swartz will lead a study to...
The Department of Psychology and Prevention Innovations have received a grant in excess of one million dollars from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to test the effectiveness of Prevention Innovations’ sexual assault and relationship violence bystander prevention program, Bringing in the Bystander®, with youth in nearly 30 high schools across New England.
“The study has the...