Organizations Collaborate on Joint Response to NIH Registration and Reporting RFI
Twenty-three scientific societies and higher education associations, joined by an additional twenty-three higher education institutions, submitted a letter to NIH in response to the NIH Request for Information (RFI) on Registration and Reporting Standards for Prospective Basic Science Studies Involving Human Participants. The letter was directed to NIH’s Deputy Director Lawrence Tabak and NIH’s Deputy Director for Extramural Research Michael Lauer.
Led by Lisa Nichols, Director ofread more
Michael C. Frank Featured at NIH’s Behavioral and Social Sciences Meeting
October 30, 2018
At a recent meeting of the NIH’s Behavioral and Social Sciences Research Coordinating Committee, Michael C. Frank of Stanford University spoke to attendees about the need for more big data to understand early language development in children. His talk, “Early Language Learning at Scale: Bigger Data for Language Development” was well-received. The Coordinating Committee is comprised of behavioral and social scientists from all Institutes, Centers, and Offices of theread more
Q & A with Arthur Lupia, NSF Assistant Director, on Challenges and Directions for SBE
October 30, 2018
Just after Labor Day, Arthur (Skip) Lupia, joined the National Science Foundation (NSF) as an Assistant Director and Director for the Social, Behavioral, and Economic (SBE) Sciences Directorate. We asked him about the challenges the Directorate has faced and his vision for SBE.
What are your priorities for the SBE Directorate in the upcoming year?
Thank you for asking. In many ways, it has never been a better time to be a social and behavioral scientist. Whenread more
NICHD to Update Strategic Plan: Opportunities for Input
September 20, 2018
The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) recently announced its plans to update its strategic plan . NICHD plays a significant role in supporting behavioral and brain science research and research training activities.
Behavioral and brain science researchers are encouraged to communicate with the Institute about sustaining NICHD support for our sciences. This input will be particularly helpful and informative forread more