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1. Survivorship Science at the NIH: Lessons Learned From Grants Funded in Fiscal Year 2016. (PubMed)

Survivorship Science at the NIH: Lessons Learned From Grants Funded in Fiscal Year 2016. Federal investment in survivorship science has grown markedly since the National Cancer Institute's creation of the Office of Cancer Survivorship in 1996. To describe the nature of this research, provide a benchmark, and map new directions for the future, a portfolio analysis of National Institutes of Health-wide survivorship grants was undertaken for fiscal year 2016. Applying survivorship-relevant terms (...) , a search was conducted using the National Institutes of Health Information for Management, Planning, Analysis and Coordination grants database. Grants identified were reviewed for inclusion and categorized by grant mechanism used, funding agency, and principal investigator characteristics. Trained pairs of coders classified each grant by focus and design (observational vs interventional), population studied, and outcomes examined. A total of 215 survivorship grants were identified; 7 were excluded

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2019 Journal of the National Cancer Institute

2. Changes in State Technical Assistance Priorities and Block Grant Funds for Addiction After ACA Implementation. (PubMed)

Changes in State Technical Assistance Priorities and Block Grant Funds for Addiction After ACA Implementation. Objectives. To assess states' provision of technical assistance and allocation of block grants for treatment, prevention, and outreach after the expansion of health insurance coverage for addiction treatment in the United States under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Methods. We used 2 waves of survey data collected from Single State Agencies in 2014 and 2017 as part of the National Drug (...) Implications. The ACA's infusion of new public and private funds enabled states to reallocate funds to residential services, which are not as likely to be covered by health insurance. The limited allocation of block grant funds for effective opioid medications is concerning in light of the opioid crisis, especially in states that did not implement the ACA's Medicaid expansion.

2019 American Journal of Public Health

3. Addressing Challenges in Converting Grant-Funded Infrastructures to Broadly Used Research Resources. (PubMed)

Addressing Challenges in Converting Grant-Funded Infrastructures to Broadly Used Research Resources. The NCI invests heavily in research resources to serve the research community, including datasets, biospecimen banks, and networks of institutions in which clinical trials and other human subjects research are conducted. These resources often begin as grant-funded infrastructure initiated by scientists based on their own scientific interests, with a subsequent recognition of additional

2019 Cancer Epidemiology & Biomarkers and Prevention

4. Internal Grant Review to Increase Grant Funding for Junior Investigators. (PubMed)

Internal Grant Review to Increase Grant Funding for Junior Investigators. 28869672 2018 10 04 1531-8249 82 4 2017 Oct Annals of neurology Ann. Neurol. Internal grant review to increase grant funding for junior investigators. 497-502 10.1002/ana.25040 Thomas Heather S HS Department of Neurology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD. Brodsky Martin B MB Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD. Ewen Joshua

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2017 Annals of Neurology

5. Medical School Hotline: New Research Grants Awarded in AY 2016–2017 at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (PubMed)

Medical School Hotline: New Research Grants Awarded in AY 2016–2017 at the John A. Burns School of Medicine 29637015 2019 02 13 2165-8242 77 4 2018 04 Hawai'i journal of medicine & public health : a journal of Asia Pacific Medicine & Public Health Hawaii J Med Public Health Medical School Hotline: New Research Grants Awarded in AY 2016-2017 at the John A. Burns School of Medicine. 89-92 Ho Tammy T Office of Grants Development, John A. Burns School of Medicine, University of Hawai'i, Honolulu

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2018 Hawai'i Journal of Medicine & Public Health

6. Association of National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Career Development Awards With Subsequent Research Project Grant Funding. (PubMed)

Association of National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Career Development Awards With Subsequent Research Project Grant Funding. Investing in the next generation of researchers is essential, as recently highlighted in the 21st Century Cures Act. From its inception, the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) has supported training and career development to ensure a robust pipeline of investigators who are prepared to lead (...) an individual K award and institutional K12 support were more likely than those who received only K12 support (individual K only vs institutional K12 only: odds ratio [OR], 4.86; 95% CI, 1.83-13.62; both K and K12 vs K12 only: OR, 3.19; 95% CI, 1.46-7.10) to apply for subsequent project grant funding (88.0% vs 82.8% vs 60.1%, respectively; P < .001) and to receive it (60.0% vs 60.9% vs 32.9%, respectively; P < .001). For physicians with both MD and PhD degrees, neither application nor funding rates were

2018 JAMA pediatrics

7. Academic Surgical Oncologists' Productivity Correlates with Gender, Grant Funding, and Institutional NCI Comprehensive Cancer Center Affiliation. (PubMed)

Academic Surgical Oncologists' Productivity Correlates with Gender, Grant Funding, and Institutional NCI Comprehensive Cancer Center Affiliation. A scholar's h-index is defined as the number of h papers published, each of which has been cited at least h times. We hypothesized that the h-index strongly correlates with the academic rank of surgical oncologists.We utilized the National Cancer Institute (NCI) website to identify NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers (CCC) and Doximity (...) with an NCI CCC (p = 0.018) but not number of additional degrees (p = 0.661) or Doximity ranking (p = 0.102). H-index was a stronger predictor of academic rank (r = 0.648) than total publications (r = 0.585) or citations (r = 0.450).This is the first report to assess the h-index within academic surgical oncology. H-index is a bibliometric predictor of academic rank that correlates with NIH grant funding and NCI CCC affiliation. We also highlight a previously unexpected and unappreciated gender disparity

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2018 Annals of Surgical Oncology

8. Challenges in implementing model-based phase I designs in a grant-funded clinical trials unit (PubMed)

Challenges in implementing model-based phase I designs in a grant-funded clinical trials unit For a clinical trials unit to run its first model-based, phase I trial, the statistician, chief investigator, and trial manager must all acquire a new set of skills. These trials also require a different approach to funding and data collection.From the statisticians' viewpoint, we highlight what is needed to move from running rule-based, early-phase trials to running a model-based phase I study as we (...) as a way of demystifying the conduct of a model-based trial in a grant-funded clinical trials unit.Although we appreciate that undertaking model-based trials requires additional time and effort, they are feasible to implement and, once suitable tools such as guiding publications and document templates become available, the design and set-up process will be easier and more efficient.

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2017 Trials

9. Effect of a Clinical and Translational Science Award institute on grant funding in a major research university (PubMed)

Effect of a Clinical and Translational Science Award institute on grant funding in a major research university Previous studies have examined the impact of Clinical and Translational Science Awards programs on other outcomes, but not on grant seeking. The authors examined the effects on grant seeking of the Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR), a Clinical and Translational Science Awards institute at the University of Michigan.We assessed over 63,000 grant proposals (...) covariates included proposal classification, type of grant award, academic unit, and year.MICHR had a positive and statistically significant relationship with success for both proposal types. For all grants, MICHR was associated with a 29.6% increase in award size. For CTR grants, MICHR had a statistically nonsignificant relationship with award size.MICHR's infrastructure, created to enable and enhance CTR, has also created positive spillovers for a broader spectrum of research and grant seeking.

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2017 Journal of Clinical and Translational Science

10. Difference in R01 Grant Funding Among Osteopathic and Allopathic Emergency Physicians over the Last Decade (PubMed)

Difference in R01 Grant Funding Among Osteopathic and Allopathic Emergency Physicians over the Last Decade Receiving an R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is regarded as a major accomplishment for the physician researcher and can be used as a means of scholarly activity for core faculty in emergency medicine (EM). However, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education requires that a grant must be obtained for it to count towards a core faculty member's scholarly (...) activity, while the American Osteopathic Association states that an application for a grant would qualify for scholarly activity whether it is received or not. The aim of the study was to determine if a medical degree disparity exists between those who successfully receive an EM R01 grant and those who do not, and to determine the publication characteristics of those recipients.We queried the NIH RePORTER search engine for those physicians who received an R01 grant in EM. Degree designation

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2017 Western Journal of Emergency Medicine

11. Citation Impact of NHLBI R01 Grants Funded Through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act as Compared to R01 Grants Funded Through a Standard Payline. (PubMed)

Citation Impact of NHLBI R01 Grants Funded Through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act as Compared to R01 Grants Funded Through a Standard Payline. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) allowed National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to fund R01 grants that fared less well on peer review than those funded by meeting a payline threshold. It is not clear whether the sudden availability of additional funding enabled research of similar or lesser citation impact than already (...) funded work.To compare the citation impact of ARRA-funded de novo National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute R01 grants with concurrent de novo National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute R01 grants funded by standard payline mechanisms.We identified de novo (type 1) R01 grants funded by National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute in fiscal year 2009: these included 458 funded by meeting Institute's published payline and 165 funded only because of ARRA funding. Compared with payline grants, ARRA grants

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2015 Circulation Research

12. Which eligible households get grants? Demographic correlates of receipt in South Africa (PubMed)

Which eligible households get grants? Demographic correlates of receipt in South Africa Since Apartheid, the South African government transformed and expanded the social grants system to improve the well-being of its vulnerable populations. Despite increased efforts, a sub-section of the grant-eligible population is not reached. Too little is known about the factors that contribute to grant receipt, especially for the household as a whole. This paper examines the household and community (...) characteristics associated with grant receipt among poor households in KwaZulu-Natal. We add to previous work by assessing grant receipt at the household level, examining receipt of the two major grants and analysing correlates in a multivariate framework. While associations with grant receipt are complex and varied, we find higher grant receipt (especially Child Support Grant) among more disadvantaged households. We also find that characteristics across multiple domains are needed to best distinguish

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2016 Development Southern Africa

13. ‘Are you siding with a personality or the grant proposal?’: observations on how peer review panels function (PubMed)

‘Are you siding with a personality or the grant proposal?’: observations on how peer review panels function In Australia, the peer review process for competitive funding is usually conducted by a peer review group in conjunction with prior assessment from external assessors. This process is quite mysterious to those outside it. The purpose of this research was to throw light on grant review panels (sometimes called the 'black box') through an examination of the impact of panel procedures (...) , panel composition and panel dynamics on the decision-making in the grant review process. A further purpose was to compare experience of a simplified review process with more conventional processes used in assessing grant proposals in Australia.This project was one aspect of a larger study into the costs and benefits of a simplified peer review process. The Queensland University of Technology (QUT)-simplified process was compared with the National Health and Medical Research Council's (NHMRC) more

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2017 Research integrity and peer review

14. Disparities in grant funding for Chronic rhinosinusitis. (PubMed)

Disparities in grant funding for Chronic rhinosinusitis. The objective of this study was to identify the level of grant funding for chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) with the purpose of elucidating if disparities exist compared to other common chronic diseases.Review of four major health research grant agencies from the United States (National Institutes of Health), Canada (Canadian Institute of Health Research), and United Kingdom (National Institute of Health Research and Medical Research Council (...) ).Research operating grants awarded in the fields of CRS, asthma, diabetes, and dementia were identified using database-specific search strategies. Searches were limited to the previous 10 years (2004-2014). Comparator chronic diseases were chosen to have similar prevalence rates and low mortality risk. Research efficiency was calculated as the monetary value of grants awarded per paper published.There is a large disparity in the number of grants awarded for research in CRS (n = 196; $74,774,384), asthma

2015 Laryngoscope

15. Reply to Volker and Steenbeek: Multiple indicators point toward gender disparities in grant funding success in The Netherlands (PubMed)

Reply to Volker and Steenbeek: Multiple indicators point toward gender disparities in grant funding success in The Netherlands 26647178 2016 04 15 2018 12 02 1091-6490 112 51 2015 Dec 22 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. Reply to Volker and Steenbeek: Multiple indicators point toward gender disparities in grant funding success in The Netherlands. E7038 10.1073/pnas.1521331112 van der Lee Romy R Department of Social

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2015 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

16. peer review of grant funding – the Australian perspective (PubMed)

peer review of grant funding – the Australian perspective 26130908 2015 07 01 2015 07 03 0972-7531 22 2 2015 Apr Annals of neurosciences Ann Neurosci peer review of grant funding - the Australian perspective. 58-60 10.5214/ans.0972.7531.220202 Cappai Roberto R Department of Pathology, The University of Melbourne, Victoria, 3010, Australia. eng Journal Article India Ann Neurosci 101523367 0972-7531 2015 7 2 6 0 2015 7 2 6 0 2015 7 2 6 1 ppublish 26130908 10.5214/ans.0972.7531.220202 220202

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2015 Annals of neurosciences

17. Implementation science in cancer prevention and control: a decade of grant funding by the National Cancer Institute and future directions. (PubMed)

Implementation science in cancer prevention and control: a decade of grant funding by the National Cancer Institute and future directions. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has supported implementation science for over a decade. We explore the application of implementation science across the cancer control continuum, including prevention, screening, treatment, and survivorship.We reviewed funding trends of implementation science grants funded by the NCI between 2000 and 2012. We assessed (...) study characteristics including cancer topic, position on the T2-T4 translational continuum, intended use of frameworks, study design, settings, methods, and replication and cost considerations.We identified 67 NCI grant awards having an implementation science focus. R01 was the most common mechanism, and the total number of all awards increased from four in 2003 to 15 in 2012. Prevention grants were most frequent (49.3%) and cancer treatment least common (4.5%). Diffusion of Innovations and Reach

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2015 Implementation Science

18. Predicting Productivity Returns on Investment: Thirty Years of Peer Review, Grant Funding, and Publication of Highly Cited Papers at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. (PubMed)

Predicting Productivity Returns on Investment: Thirty Years of Peer Review, Grant Funding, and Publication of Highly Cited Papers at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. There are conflicting data about the ability of peer review percentile rankings to predict grant productivity, as measured through publications and citations. To understand the nature of these apparent conflicting findings, we analyzed bibliometric outcomes of 6873 de novo cardiovascular R01 grants funded (...) by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) between 1980 and 2011. Our outcomes focus on top-10% articles, meaning articles that were cited more often than 90% of other articles on the same topic, of the same type (eg, article, editorial), and published in the same year. The 6873 grants yielded 62 468 articles, of which 13 507 (or 22%) were top-10% articles. There was a modest association between better grant percentile ranking and number of top-10% articles. However, discrimination was poor

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2015 Circulation Research

19. Patient- and community-oriented research: How is authentic engagement identified in grant applications? (PubMed)

Patient- and community-oriented research: How is authentic engagement identified in grant applications? 28115445 2017 03 28 2018 11 13 1715-5258 63 1 2017 Jan Canadian family physician Medecin de famille canadien Can Fam Physician Patient- and community-oriented research: How is authentic engagement identified in grant applications? 74-76 Ramsden Vivian R VR Professor and Director of the Research Division in the Department of Academic Family Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan

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2017 Canadian Family Physician

20. Young GI Angle: How to apply for a grant (PubMed)

Young GI Angle: How to apply for a grant 28405335 2018 11 13 2050-6406 5 1 2017 Feb United European gastroenterology journal United European Gastroenterol J Young GI Angle: How to apply for a grant. 142-143 10.1177/0144739417691023 Bokun Tomislav T Department of gastroenterology, hepatology and clinical nutrition, University Hospital Dubrava, University of Zagreb School of Medicine, Croatia and Young Talent Group Member, United European Gastroenterology. van den Brink Gijs R GR Department

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2017 United European gastroenterology journal

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