NIH RePORTER is an electronic tool that allows users to search a database of NIH-funded research projects and access publications and patents resulting from NIH funding. To find behavioral and social sciences-related items, type “behavior,” “social science,” or other related terms in the Text Search box provided.
- RePORT Home Page Tutorial - This online video explains items found in the top navigation bar on the home page (e.g., quick links, research, funding) and the picture carousel (e.g., NIH Data Book, Funding Facts, Categorical Spending Information).
- RePORTER Manual (6.8 MB) - This user’s guide explains how to search the repository using a selection of variables (e.g., project leader, organization, state, funding Institute/Center, award type) and how to create your own MyRePORTER account to save query results.
- RePORTER Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - This list of questions and answers addresses RePORTER data; project summaries and results, the RePORTER database, and MyRePORTER.