Faculty & Staff
Training Grant Directors & Admins


Suggested Timeline for NIH Training Grant Preparation


One year ahead
  • Review NIH Instructions for preparing Institutional Training Grants and Data Tables
  • Contact alumni if you haven’t maintained regular contact (15 yr) – need their current position, funding, and publication information
  • Remind faculty and trainees about upcoming renewal – participation is important
One-year to six months ahead
  • Update Participating Faculty list in M-FACTIR and xTRACT
  • For new applications – initiate PAF first
  • Contact Participating Departments for Program-specific data on trainees and applicants
  • Send faculty their individual M-FACTIR profiles for updates, including trainee mentoring.
Six months ahead
  • Enter/update Program-specific data in M-FACTIR. Fill in gaps in Program-specific data.
  • Review and confirm institutional data in M-FACTIR.
  • Use Pub-Med to compile trainee publications (viaxTRACT). Confirm with trainees and mentors.
Three – six months ahead
  • PI/TG Directors draft text for Research Training Plan, Diversity, RCR, Rigor, and Progress Report.
  • Collect faculty biosketches – update in current biosketch format. Personal statement can include information on mentoring experience and mentoring activities.
  • Collect trainee research progress statements, publications, and awards for Progress Report.
  • Transfew data into xTRACT from M-FACTIR reports. Review draft tables as xTRACT pdfs. Fill in gaps in Program-specific data.
  • Prepare Budget and Budget Justification.
  • Collect letters of support and other supporting documents.
One – three months ahead
  • Complete data tables via M-FACTIR and xTRACT. Adjust table formats as needed. Final xTRACT pdfs are attached to application.
  • Submit Administrative shell, including table drafts and letters of support to Administration Review and finalize texts – be sure text is consistent with tables.

Research Training Plan


Where to direct questions on Interpretation of Instructions

UM: Other PI’s of Training Grants at your NIH Institute

UM: Office of Training Grant Support

NIH: Your Program Officer

Environment

Table 1. Census of Participating Departments and Interdisciplinary Programs

Faculty

Table 2. Participating faculty members

Table 3. Federal Institutional Research Training Grants and Related Support available to Participating Faculty Members

Table 4. Research Support of Participating Faculty Members

Trainees

Table 5. Publications of Those in Training

Table 6. Applicants, Entrants, and their Characteristics for the Past Five Years

Table 7. Appointments to the Training Grant for Each Year of the Current Project Period

Table 8. Program Outcomes – 15 yr (updated yearly for RPPR Progress Reports)

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion


Diversity Boilerplate Language provided by Peter Hitchcock, Associate Dean of Rackham

Includes Commitment to Diversity, Recruitment Plan, and Retention Plan

 

Responsible Conduct of Research & Rigor and Transparency in Research


Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR)

OGPS offers PIBS 503: Research Responsibility and Ethics (fall term). Trainees need a refresher every 4 years. RCR may also include Program Specific activities.

Deadline for 2018 enrollment is Oct. 1. For questions, contact Kathryn Melvin.

Rigor and Transparency in Research

OGPS offers PIBS 504: Rigor & Reproducibility Training (winter term). Rigor and Transparency may also include Program Specific activities.

Deadline for 2018 enrollment is Feb. 1. For questions, contact Kathryn Melvin.