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Grants & You Newsletter Winter 2018: Grantsmanship Training & Resources

NIH Peer Review

Google Dataset Search

Google has a new search engine, known as Google Dataset Search, that helps researchers locate data available for public use. Nature discusses it in more detail.

There's an App for That!

With the new Grants.gov mobile app (on Google Play and Apple's App Store), it is easier than ever to quickly search for, subscribe to, and share federal funding opportunities on the go.

Grant Numbers

Ever wonder what all those numbers on your NIH grant mean? Here's a quick explanation.

Human Impact Database

Looking for Human Impact Stories

Sponsored Programs is building a database of Human Impact Stories for use in grant proposals. These stories help us show how your work impacts individuals and the community and is significant information, as it allows us to illustrate in a meaningful way how you will use funding to create change. Anything from a patient success story to a community-wide project would fill the bill. If you have a Human Impact Story to share, please contact serenitybohon@atsu.edu or terrimoran@atsu.edu.

Other NIH Resources

Grant Events and Trainings

Did you know Grants.gov's Community Blog provides a list of upcoming conferences, workshops, and other training events? These networking and educational opportunities are hosted by federal grant-making agencies and other associations or organizations in the grants community. You can find the list here.