Cardiopulmonary Vascular Biology COBRE

Online Training

Check this page for ongoing online training as well as other useful information and opportunities.

One Page Guide to Rigor and Reproducibility

A one-page guide to explain how to address rigor and reproducibility in your NIH application.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) developed a one-page guide to explain how to address rigor and reproducibility in your NIH application. This new resource walks through each of the four key areas of scientific rigor, explaining how and where to address each area in your application. In addition we’ve linked to additional resources in case you need more in-depth information on any of the four key areas. Click the image to download the guide as a PDF. We hope this resource is helpful to you and your colleagues!

NIH Office of Extramural Research Webinars

The NIH Office of Extramural Research provides webinars on a variety of topics to help provide additional information on current or new policies and processes in a more interactive format for the extramural research community. If participating in a live webinar doesn’t fit your schedule, there will always be a recording and transcript following the event as additional resources.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) developed a one-page guide to explain how to address rigor and reproducibility in your NIH application. This new resource walks through each of the four key areas of scientific rigor, explaining how and where to address each area in your application. In addition we’ve linked to additional resources in case you need more in-depth information on any of the four key areas. Click the image to download the guide as a PDF. We hope this resource is helpful to you and your colleagues!

New Webinar Series for the NIGMS Training Community

NIGMS is pleased to announce a new webinar series for students, postdocs, and faculty. Each hour-long webinar will include a 10- to 15-minute presentation by the speaker followed by a moderated question and answer session. The hope is that these webinars will enhance trainees’ ongoing learning experiences.

The webinar series kicks off next Monday, May 4, and a tentative list of dates and speakers is on the link above. As plans are finalized, additional details will be posted on our website.

We strongly encourage our sponsored trainees and other interested students, postdocs, and faculty to participate in these webinars, and we ask that you to share this information with anyone who may be interested in attending. Participants requiring sign language interpretation should email info@nigms.nih.gov at least 3 days prior to the event. Recordings will be posted on the NIGMS website following each webinar.