How to Prepare Your NIH Progress Report (RPPR)


The Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR) can seem intimidating, but it is a relatively straightforward process if you're prepared. The RPPR is used by the awardee to officially communicate how the project is going, to inform your program officer of any significant problems, to let them know your plans for the coming year, and to tell them if you are doing anything different than originally planned. It is also where you can show off some of your new data! What is critical to understand is that the RPPR submission is a collaborative endeavor between the institution and the PI, each with distinct responsibilities for the report and some shared elements. This webinar will walk you through the steps to prepare your RPPR and hopefully make the process relatively painless. This presentation is intended for faculty and staff and is appropriate for both awardees of multiyear grants and those who hope to receive such an award in the future. You will learn: •  PI responsibilities for the RPPR •  Institutional responsibilities for the RPPR •  Common Areas of Noncompliance and How to Avoid Them •  Which Components Typically Require Most of Your Attention

International Society on Oxygen Transport to Tissue (ISOTT)

New Mexico Tech 801 Leroy Place, Socorro, NM, United States

ISOTT, the International Society on Oxygen Transport to Tissue, is comprised of 250 members worldwide.  Its purpose is to further the understanding of all aspects of the processes involved in the transport of oxygen from the air to its ultimate consumption in the cells of the various organs of the body. The annual meeting brings together scientists, engineers, clinicians and mathematicians in a unique international forum for the exchange of information and knowledge, the updating of participants on latest developments and techniques, and the discussion of controversial issues within the field of oxygen transport to tissue.

2024 NM-INBRE Annual Symposium

Las Cruces Convention Center 680 E. University Ave, Las Cruces, NM, United States

NM-INBRE Annual Symposium includes opportunities for faculty and students to present their science through oral and poster presentations and for professional development workshops. This event establishes an environment that fosters the development of strong, mutually respectful relationships between the faculty, who represent widely different institutions. The conference enables annual administrative meetings of the EC and EAC to conduct assessment, evaluation, and strategic planning activities with the AC. The annual conference provides the best venue for all committees to meet and gather first-hand information from the program participants, since the number and sheer distance between institutions imposes practical limitations on multiple comprehensive visits to the participating institutions.