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Message ID: 7986
Date: 2009-01-05

Author:Brodowski, Melissa (ACF)

Subject:FW: Website Launched to Provide Public Access to Data from NIH-Funded Research

FYI – Looks like a very good opportunity to learn more about NIH funded activities. Melissa Melissa Lim Brodowski, MSW, MPH Office on Child Abuse and Neglect Children's Bureau, ACYF, ACF, HHS 1250 Maryland Ave, SW 8th Floor #8127 Washington, DC 20024 Phone: 202-205-2629 Fax: 202-260-9345 Email: melissa.brodowski@acf.hhs.gov ________________________________ From: SAMHSA/CMHS Consumer E-news Listserv [mailto:CMHS_ADCA_ENEWS@LIST.NIH.GOV] On Behalf Of Speight, Carlton D. (SAMHSA/OA) Sent: Tuesday, December 30, 2008 5:42 PM To: CMHS_ADCA_ENEWS@LIST.NIH.GOV Subject: Website Launched to Provide Public Access to Data from NIH-Funded Research ____________________________________________________ CMHS CONSUMER AFFAIRS E-NEWS DECEMBER 30, 2008 ____________________________________________________ Website Launched to Provide Public Access to Data from NIH-Funded Research NIH recently launched a new website called RePORT (the Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tool) http://report.nih.gov/. RePORT gives the public a single access point to quickly and easily find data, including information on NIH expenditures and the results of NIH-supported research. RCDC results will show the amount NIH funded in each of the same 215 categories it has historically reported to Congress and the public. The results will be accessible through the RePORT website. Each category will provide detailed information, including for the first time a complete list of all NIH-funded projects included in that category. The RCDC results tables will be one of six features within the RePORT site. Other features include the Extramural Data Book, and in 2009, NIH will add a new, enhanced version of CRISP-on-the-Web. This new tool, called Reporter (RePORT Expenditures and Results) will include RCDC categories and project listings. Reporter will enable the public to search for NIH-funded research information and find information associated with funded projects, including budget information and links to publications and patents. A webcast will be available for the RCDC open house meeting on January 14, 2009, at 1:30 p.m. EST. During the 90-minute session, RCDC staff will demonstrate the new RePORT website and respond to audience questions. If you are interested in joining the webinar, please RSVP by Friday, January 9, 2009, to rcdcpublicinfo@mail.nih.gov . Capacity is limited by theweb servers, so please respond early.

FYI – Looks like a very good opportunity to learn more about NIH funded activities. Melissa Melissa Lim Brodowski, MSW, MPH Office on Child Abuse and Neglect Children's Bureau, ACYF, ACF, HHS 1250 Maryland Ave, SW 8th Floor #8127 Washington, DC 20024 Phone: 202-205-2629 Fax: 202-260-9345 Email: melissa.brodowskiacf.hhs.gov ________________________________ From: SAMHSA/CMHS Consumer E-news Listserv [mailto:CMHS_ADCA_ENEWSLIST.NIH.GOV] On Behalf Of Speight, Carlton D. (SAMHSA/OA) Sent: Tuesday, December 30, 2008 5:42 PM To: CMHS_ADCA_ENEWSLIST.NIH.GOV Subject: Website Launched to Provide Public Access to Data from NIH-Funded Research ____________________________________________________ CMHS CONSUMER AFFAIRS E-NEWS DECEMBER 30, 2008 ____________________________________________________ Website Launched to Provide Public Access to Data from NIH-Funded Research NIH recently launched a new website called RePORT (the Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tool) http://report.nih.gov/. RePORT gives the public a single access point to quickly and easily find data, including information on NIH expenditures and the results of NIH-supported research. RCDC results will show the amount NIH funded in each of the same 215 categories it has historically reported to Congress and the public. The results will be accessible through the RePORT website. Each category will provide detailed information, including for the first time a complete list of all NIH-funded projects included in that category. The RCDC results tables will be one of six features within the RePORT site. Other features include the Extramural Data Book, and in 2009, NIH will add a new, enhanced version of CRISP-on-the-Web. This new tool, called Reporter (RePORT Expenditures and Results) will include RCDC categories and project listings. Reporter will enable the public to search for NIH-funded research information and find information associated with funded projects, including budget information and links to publications and patents. A webcast will be available for the RCDC open house meeting on January 14, 2009, at 1:30 p.m. EST. During the 90-minute session, RCDC staff will demonstrate the new RePORT website and respond to audience questions. If you are interested in joining the webinar, please RSVP by Friday, January 9, 2009, to rcdcpublicinfomail.nih.gov . Capacity is limited by theweb servers, so please respond early.