Office of Research and Project Administration
Please note the update below from NIH regarding RePORTER (the replacement for CRISP).
Please contact your ORPA Research Administrator with any questions.
Donna Beyea - x5-8037
Anne Corriveau – x3-2137
Gayle Elledge - x 5-1502
Brenda Kavanaugh - x5-1504
Tammie Martin - x3-3960
Jane Tolbert - x5-4210
Cheryl Williams - x5-1503
eRA Advisory: CRISP to be Retired Oct. 31, 2009; Start Using RePORTER Today
Oct. 27, 2009
The CRISP query tool which provides a searchable database of biomedical research projects funded by NIH will be retired Oct. 31, 2009.
For many years, CRISP was one of the most common ways for the public to find information on NIH research programs, returning extensive results on scientific topics. CRISP played an important role in its lifetime and won several awards.
With CRISP’s impending retirement, we are glad to offer an exciting replacement in the form of the RePORT Expenditures and Results (RePORTER) tool.
RePORTER is available immediately and offers all the features of CRISP and more! It provides:
· A description of the award (abstract) and NIH funding for each project
· Publications and patents that have resulted from NIH-funded research.
· Links to PubMed Central, PubMed, and the US Patent & Trademark Office Patent Full Text and Image Database for more detailed information on research results.
New features will be added to RePORTER in several releases throughout fiscal year 2010.
We encourage you to start using RePORTER today!
For questions on RePORTER, please contact the RePORT team at email@example.com.