Research Flash Archives - July 27th, 2011

July 27th, 2011

News

  • NIH, AHRQ, CDC, FDA and NIOSH to Release Updated Electronic Application Forms – ADOBE-FORMS-B2

    The ADOBE-FORMS-B2 packages will be used with new funding opportunity announcements (FOAs) posted on/after July 22, 2011. In addition, NIH will reissue R01, R03, and R21 parent announcements with the new forms on July 22 and expire the current parent R01, R03, and R21 FOAs on January 8, 2012 . Applicants may use either the current parent FOAs with ADOBE-FORMS-B1 or the new parent FOAs with ADOBE-FORMS-B2 packages for deadlines on/before January 7, 2012, but NIH strongly encourages applicants to use ADOBE-FORMS-B2 whenever possible. Applicants downloading forms from the current parent announcements will encounter a splash screen directing them to the new parent announcements once they are posted.

  • Mandating Use of the Commons to Submit No-Cost Extension Notifications

    Effective October 1, 2011, NIH is requiring  grantees to use the No-Cost Extension feature in the eRA Commons to notify NIH when they exercise their one-time authority to extend, without additional funds, the final budget period of a grant.  NIH will no longer accept these notifications via other communication channels.

  • AAU & COGR Publish an Article on Reforming Regulation of Research Universities

    COGR and AAU have teamed up to publish an article that describes the plight of research universities in this new era of federal regulation. Click Here to view the article.

eRA@TU Electronic Research Administration

  • Temple Research Services Announces Next eRA@TU WebEvents

    The Office of Temple Research Services has announced the next in a series of
    eRA@TU webinars.

    In the next episode of eRATV we will go over some questions or areas where we have seen eRA@TU users having problems recently. Don't miss this important webinar.

    When: August 3rd, 2011, Noon
    Where: Wherever you are

    http://breeze.temple.edu/eratv


    A panel of subject matter experts will be available to answer your questions during these webinars. You can begin to login 15 minutes prior to the start of the session. Reminders will be sent the day before the session.

    Got a question? eRA@Temple.edu eRA@TU: Don't be the last to know.

Regulatory Compliance

  • For News & Information from the Institutional Review Board call (215) 707-3390.
  • For News & Information from the Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee call (215) 707-9741.

Technology Development & Commercialization

  • New International Patents Issued to Temple University

    Mexican Patent 282801 was awarded to Temple University on January 13, 2011 for “Substituted Phenoxy- and Phenylthio-Derivatives for Treating Proliferative Disorders.” This invention was created Drs. E. Premkumar Reddy and M.V. Ramana Reddy, formerly with the Fels Institute for Cancer Research and Molecular Biology. Onconova Therapeutics holds a license to this technology.

    Japanese Patent 4677162 was awarded to Temple University on February 4, 2011 for Substituted Styryl Benzylsulfones for Treating Proliferative Disorders.” This invention was created Drs. E. Premkumar Reddy and M.V. Ramana Reddy, formerly with the Fels Institute for Cancer Research and Molecular Biology. Onconova Therapeutics holds a license to this technology.

    Israel Patent 157540 was awarded to Temple University on March 1, 2011 for “Pharmaceutical Compositions Comprising N-(Aryl)-2-Arylethenesulfonamides, Some Such Novel Compounds and Process for Their Preparation.” This invention was created by Drs. E. Premkumar Reddy and M.V. Ramana Reddy, formerly with the Fels Institute for Cancer Research and Molecular Biology. Onconova Therapeutics holds a license to this technology.

Mark Your Calendar

  • The Future of Funding in the Social and Behavioral Sciences at NIH and NSF The Temple Institute for Survey Research (ISR) will host an open house and symposium entitled "The Future of Funding in the Social and Behavioral Sciences at NIH and NSF". We are honored to have two distinguished directors from NIH and NSF who will provide keynote lectures: Dr. Myron Gutmann, Assistant Director of the National Science Foundation and Head of the NSF Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences Directorate and Dr. Robert Kaplan, Director of the NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) and Associate Director of NIH. The ISR open house is open to the Temple community. Please email Dionna Robinson-Davis to RSVP.

    When: Thursday, September 8th, 2011, Time: 12:00pm - 2:00pm
    Where: TBD

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