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The purpose of this Notice of Special Interest (NOSI) is to encourage applications in high-priority research areas related to pediatric health care transition for youth with chronic physical/medical conditions or intellectual/developmental disabilities.
This funding opportunity announcement (FOA) focuses on sensitivity and tolerance mechanisms underlying the development of alcohol use disorder.
This Notice of Special Interest [NOSI] is to support computational HIV/AIDS research as it relates to NIDA’s mission through collaborative research between investigators with experimental expertise related to HIV/AIDS and those with computational proficiency, including scientists from statistics, physics, mathematics, engineering, and computer science.
The purpose of this Notice of Special Interest (NOSI) is to promote and support innovative methods in Big Data Science (BDS) to identify unappreciated biomedical, behavioral, social patterns and other social determinants that shed light on HIV acquisition, transmission, the development of comorbidities, and long-term viral control as in the HIV treatment continuum.
This Notice of Special Interest (NOSI) highlights interest of the National Cancer Institute (NCI)’s Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences in receiving investigator-initiated applications for conducting research on the design and implementation of new information technology (IT)-enabled care delivery models to improve depression-related care in cancer.
This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is intended to provide an avenue for basic scientists, clinicians and clinical scientists to jointly initiate and conduct translational research projects which translate basic research findings into clinical tools for better human health.
This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) encourages Multiple Principal Investigator (Multi-PD/PI) applications from United States (U.S.)-based institutions with an Indian institution partner to establish bilateral collaborations that will advance science and technology important to understanding, preventing, and treating blinding eye diseases, visual disorders, and their complications.
The purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is to support innovative population-based research that can contribute to identifying and characterizing pathways and mechanisms through which work or occupation influences health outcomes and health status among populations with health and/or health care disparities, and how work functions as a social determinant of health.
The purpose of this notice of special interest (NOSI) is to provide enhanced understanding of genetic, genomic, and epigenetic factors contributing to biological processes for individual variation in sensitivity, the development of tolerance, and progression to AUD.
The last decade has seen an explosion of new technologies aimed at assessing and improving health. Examples include wearable devices, communication aids, robotics and e-textiles, just to name a few. During this period, there have also been enormous advances in technologies that were not created for health-related purposes, but that have potential applicability to health assessments and interventions, including mobile device applications (“apps”) and social media platforms.
This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) encourages applications that propose research designed to test interventions to enhance research-oriented individuals' interest, motivation, persistence and preparedness for careers in the biomedical research workforce.
The National Eye Institute (NEI) supports investigator-initiated, complex, multi-center and other high resource risk epidemiologic studies under the cooperative agreement mechanism, UG1 activity code. Specifically, the purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is to support new and innovative ocular epidemiology research.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) hereby notifies recipient organizations holding specific types of NIH grants, listed within the “Activity Code” section above, that applications for change of recipient organization may be submitted to this FOA.
The purpose of the Funding Opportunity Announcement is to invite applications to identify and characterize microbial metabolites that will establish causal associations between microbial metabolism and host health and disease.
This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) solicits applications for research projects that will use computational approaches to test the validity of dimensional constructs in the NIMH Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) matrix (or similar constructs based on comparable criteria).
This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) solicits applications for research projects that will apply computational approaches to develop parametrically detailed behavioral assays across mental-health relevant domains of function.
This FOA issued by AHRQ invites grant applications for funding to conduct Large Research Projects (R01) that propose to advance the base of knowledge for detection, prevention, and reduction of Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs).
The primary goal of the NIMH Career Transition Award for Tenure-Track Intramural Investigators (K22) Program (hereafter abbreviated as the NIMH Career Transition K22 Program) is to provide support for career intramural investigators at NIMH who aim to transition from the Division of Intramural Research Programs (IRP) to an independent research faculty position in the extramural community.
This Notice of Special Interest (NOSI) seeks to highlight the interest of NCI’s Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences to support investigation of the role of individual Residential Histories - a record of an individual’s places of residence over the life course - relative to cancer risk, etiology, prevention, treatment, and outcomes.
The purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is to correlate immune system development patterns between two or more age groups - neonates, infants, and children and adolescents and further understand the impact of infectious diseases, microbiome and environmental factors on the ontogeny and development of the pediatric immune system, from birth, transitioning into adolescence and adulthood with the focus of impact during pregnancy and post-natal period.