Funding and Research Opportunities
The following funding opportunity announcements from the NHLBI or other components of the National Institutes of Health, might be of interest:
NIH Guide Notice:
NOT-OD-13-095): Using ASSIST to Prepare and Submit Multi-Project Applications to NIH: Webinar - August 13, 2013
NIH will require electronic submission for all P01, P20, P50 and U19 applications intended for due dates on or after September 25, 2013.
NOT-OD-13-097: Extension of eRA Commons User IDs to Individuals in Graduate and Undergraduate Student Project Roles with Measurable Effort on an NIH Annual Progress Report (PHS2590 & RPPR)
Over the next year the NIH will start requiring an eRA Commons ID for all individuals in graduate and undergraduate student roles who participate in NIH-funded projects for at least one person month or more.
NOT-HL-13-187: Notice of Intent to Publish a Funding Opportunity Announcement for Low-Cost Pragmatic Patient-Centered Randomized Controlled Intervention Trials (UH2/UH3)
The NHLBI, along with other NIH Institutes and Centers, intends to promote a new initiative by publishing a Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) to solicit applications to plan and conduct low cost, pragmatic, randomized clinical trials that are integrated into existing clinical practice settings and/or leverage existing electronic patient care resources.
Program Announcement (PA):
PA-13-302: Research Project Grant (Parent R01) (expires September 8, 2016)
The Research Project Grant (R01) supports a discrete, specified, circumscribed project to be performed by the named investigator(s) in areas representing the specific interests and competencies of the investigator(s). The proposed project must be related to the programmatic interests of one or more of the participating NIH Institutes and Centers (ICs) based on descriptions of their programs.
PA-13-292: Behavioral and Social Science Research on Understanding and Reducing Health Disparities (R01) (expires September 8, 2016)The purpose of this FOA is to encourage behavioral and social science research on the causes and solutions to health and disabilities disparities in the U. S. population.