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New “All About Grants” Podcast on Using RePORT Web Tools Throughout the Grants Process

Recently NIH released a new “All About Grants” Podcast on Using RePORT Web Tools Throughout the Grants Process. Brian Haugen, Ph.D., and Cindy Danielson, Ph.D., from the NIH Office of Extramural Research share their advice on applying these tools to help you throughout the grants process. The podcast touches on areas such as figuring out who to contact at NIH to discuss your research ideas, seeing what research projects NIH has funded, and how to apply these tools to strengthen your grant application. RePORT attracts over 120,000 unique visitors each month, so tune in to see what the excitement is all about and learn how you too can strategically use its tools.