Identify External Funds to Support your Global Health Research

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Our University scholars are advancing foundational science and developing innovative solutions to overcome socio-cultural barriers and achieve health equity. We regularly update a list of funding opportunities below for the benefit of our affiliated faculty and partners. Our Program Coordinator, Dr. Lisa Vahapoğlu, is poised to assist faculty with individual searches. Contact Dr. Vahapoğlu for more information.

Funding Opportunities

Varies depending on program area. See RFA.

AMR

Food Systems

Food Security

Aquaculture

Biosecurity

 

Agriculture and Food Research Initiative Competitive Grants Program

 

USDA/National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) Varies; up to $1 million/program area. See RFA. The Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) is America’s flagship competitive grants program that provides funding for fundamental and applied research, education, and extension projects in the food and agricultural sciences. In this RFA, NIFA requests applications for six AFRI priority areas through the Foundational and Applied Science Program for FY 2018. The goal of this program is to invest in agricultural production research, education, and extension projects for more sustainable, productive and economically viable plant and animal production systems. The global agricultural output needs to be expanded significantly to meet the food needs of the population expected in 2050; thus, it is imperative to develop innovative, safe and sustainable management strategies for livestock, crops, and critical underlying resources. In FY 2018, applications are sought in the following priority areas: 1. Plant health and production and plant products; 2. Animal health and production and animal products; 3. Food safety, nutrition, and health; 4. Bioenergy, natural resources, and environment; 5. Agriculture systems and technology; and 6. Agriculture economics and rural communities  

LOI: 08/01/2018

Application: 08/31/2018

Mobile Health

 

Public Health

 

 

Mobile Health: Technology and OUtcomes in Low- and Middle-Income Countries (R21 Clinical Trial Optional) Fogarty International Center/NIH/DHHS $125K/year for up to 2 years National Institutes of Health (NIH) and its participating Institutes and Centers invite applications for research to develop or adapt innovative mobile health (mHealth) technology specifically suited for low and middle income countries (LMICs) and determine the health-related outcomes associated with implementation of the technology. Of highest interest are innovative, well-designed multidisciplinary projects that aim to generate generalizable knowledge for the field. The overall goal of the FOA is to contribute to the evidence base for the use of mobile technology to improve clinical outcomes and public health while building research capacity in LMICs and establishing research networks in this area. Applicants are required to propose partnerships between at least one U.S. institution and one LMIC institution and the proposed research plan should strengthen the mHealth research capabilities at the LMIC institution. This program will use the NIH Exploratory/Developmental (R21) grant mechanism. Unique
08/03/2018

Antimicrobial Resistance

 

 

Antimicrobial Resistance Rapid Point-of-Need Diagnostic Test Challenge National Institutes of Health/DHHS Not Specified Through the "Antimicrobial Resistance Rapid, Point-of-Need Diagnostic Test" Challenge (the "Challenge"), the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) are searching for novel and innovative in vitro diagnostic tests that would rapidly inform clinical treatment decisions and be of potential significant clinical and public health utility to combat the development and spread of antibiotic resistant bacteria. A total prize pool of $20.0 million is available.  
08/13/2018

Health Systems

Pharmaceuticals

Public Health

Strengthening Global Competency and Capacity in Inspectional Approaches and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)(U01)

 

US Food and Drug Administration $300K/year for 5 years Funding supports the trengthening of global competency and capacity in inspectional approaches and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) for pharmaceuticals. The funding will catalyze and support the institution's programmatic efforts and initiatives with a focus on a global consensus around what is a highly-competent good manufacturing practices/GMP Inspector within the context of emerging and increasingly complex science, research and innovation manufacturing of pharmaceutical products.  Based on such consensus, the institution and its network of NRA Inspectorates will work toward a systems-approach and sustainable alignment across and among Inspectorates in GMP quality manufacturing  

09/26/2018

Nutrition

Food Security

Water Security

Climate Change

Public Health

Innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy and Water Systems  (INFEWS)

NSF

$750K-$2.5 m

The INFEWS program seeks to support research that conceptualizes natural systems for food, energy, and water (FEW) systems broadly and inclusively, incorporating social and behavioral processes (such as decision making and governance), physical processes (such as built infrastructure and new technologies for more efficient resource utilization), natural processes (such as biogeochemical and hydrologic cycles), biological processes (such as agroecosystem structure and productivity), and cyber-components (such as sensing, networking, computation and visualization for decision-making and assessment).  Investigations of these complex systems may produce discoveries that cannot emerge from research on food or energy or water systems alone.  It is the synergy among these components in the context of sustainability that will open innovative science and engineering pathways to produce new knowledge, novel technologies, and innovative predictive capabilities.

The overarching goal of the INFEWS program is to catalyze well-integrated, convergent research to transform understanding of the FEW Nexus as integrated social, engineering, physical, and natural systems in order to improve system function and management, address system stress, increase resilience, and ensure sustainability. 

Annual

10/01/2018

 

 

Global Child

 

Maternal Health

 

Tanzania, Ethiopia, Malawi, Bangladesh, India, Nepal

 

Child Health

Laerdal Foundation Saving Lives at Birth Laerdal Foundation Up to $50,000 per award

The Laerdal Foundation for Acute Medicine was established in 1980 to provide financial support to practically oriented research and development in acute medicine. In recent years there has also been an added focus on projects related to saving lives at birth in low-resource settings.

The support will be focused on practically oriented projects helping achieve the UN Sustainability Goal no 3 (that in 2015 replaced the previous MDGs 4 and 5), aiming at

  • Reducing infant and child mortality by 2/3 from 2010 to 2030
  • Reducing maternal deaths by 2/3 from 2010 to 2030

The Board particularly welcomes applications relating to:

Annual

(April and October)

LOI 10/9/2018;

Application: 11/7/2018

AMR Antimicrobial Resistance

Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria

Health Behavior

Child Health

Adolescent Health

Exposome

Genome

Women's Health

 

Fogarty Emerging Global Leader Award

 

Fogarty International Center/NIH/DHHS Up to $75K salary for award recipient, plus $30K research dev costs.   The purpose of the Fogarty Emerging Global Leader Award is to provide research support and protected time to a research scientist from a low- or middle-income country (LMIC) with a junior faculty position at an LMIC academic or research institution.  This intensive, research career development experience involves mentorship from a researcher in the LMIC and one from the US, and is expected to lead to an independently funded research career. This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) invites applications from LMIC scientists from any health related discipline that propose career development activities and a research project that is relevant to the health priorities of their country.  Annual
10/16/2018, and 02/16/2019

Health Behavior

 

Child Health

 

Adolescent Health

 

Education

 

Food

 

Technology

Healthy Habits: Timing for Developing Sustainable Healthy Behaviors in Children and Adolescents (R21 Clinical Trial Optional) National Institute of Nursing Research/NIH/DHHS 275,000 The sponsors invite applications that employ innovative research to identify mechanisms of influence and/or promote positive sustainable health behavior(s) in children and youth (birth to age 21). Positive health behaviors may include: developing healthy sleep patterns, developing effective self-regulation strategies, adaptive decision-making in risk situations, practicing proper dental hygiene, eating a balanced and nutritious diet, engaging in age-appropriate physical activity and/or participating in healthy relationships. Applications to promote positive health behavior(s) should target social and cultural factors, including, but not limited to: schools, families, communities, population, food industry, age-appropriate learning tools and games, social media, social networking, technology and mass media. Topics to be addressed in this announcement include: effective, sustainable processes for influencing young people to make healthy behavior choices; identification of the appropriate stage of influence for learning sustainable lifelong health behaviors; the role of technology and new media in promoting healthy behavior; identification of factors that support healthy behavior development in vulnerable populations, identification of barriers to healthy behaviors; and, identification of mechanisms and mediators that are common to the development of a range of habitual health behaviors. Given the many factors involved in developing sustainable health behaviors, applications from multidisciplinary teams are strongly encouraged. The ultimate goal of this FOA is to promote research that identifies and enhances processes that promote sustainable positive behavior or changes social and cultural norms that influence health and future health behaviors. This FOA will use the NIH R21 Exploratory/Developmental Research Grant award mechanism. Annual
11/7/2018

Nervous System 

 

Global Brain

 

Child Health

 

Disorders

Global Brain and Nervous System Disorders Research Across the Lifespan Fogarty International Center/NIH/DHHS Not Specified

National Institutes of Health (NIH) and its participating Institutes and Centers invite applications for the conduct of innovative, collaborative research projects between U.S. and low- and middle-income country (LMIC) scientists, on brain and other nervous system function and disorders throughout life, relevant to LMICs (including neurological, mental, behavioral, alcohol and substance use disorders and spanning the full range of science from basic to implementation research). Scientists in upper middle-income LMICs (UMICs) are also eligible to partner directly with scientists at other LMIC institutions with or without out a US partner. Income categories are defined by the World Bank at http://data.worldbank.org/about/country-classifications/country-and-lending-groups. The collaborative research programs are expected to contribute to the long-term goals of building and strengthening sustainable research capacity in LMICs to address nervous system development, function and impairment throughout life and to lead to diagnostics, prevention, treatment and implementation strategies. The proposed work will also contribute to developing a base for research networking and evidence-based policy beyond the specific research project. This program will use the NIH Research Project (R01) award mechanism.

 

Annual
11/15/2018 Concept Papers Due

Global Child

 

Child Health

 

Nutrition

 

Developmental Outcomes

Gerber Foundation Gerber Foundation Not Specified

The Foundation’s mission focuses on infants and young children. Accordingly, priority is given to projects that improve the nutrition, care and development of infants and young children from the first year before birth to three years of age.

 

The Foundation is particularly interested in fresh approaches to solving common, everyday problems or emerging issues within our defined focus area. Projects should focus on issues faced by care providers that, when implemented, will improve the health, nutrition and/or developmental outcomes for infants and young children. The board is particularly looking for practical solutions that can be easily and rapidly implemented on a broad scale with a predictable time frame to clinical application.

Annual (May and November)

11/21/2018

AMR Antimicrobial Resistance

Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria

Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases  (EEID)

NSF

$13m divided into 9 awards

The EEID program supports research on the ecological, evolutionary, and socio-ecological principles and processes that influence the transmission dynamics of infectious diseases. The central theme of submitted projects must be quantitative or computational understanding of pathogen transmission dynamics. The intent is discovery of principles of infectious disease transmission and testing mathematical or computational models that elucidate infectious disease systems. Projects should be broad, interdisciplinary efforts that go beyond the scope of typical studies. They should focus on the determinants and interactions of transmission among humans, non-human animals, and/or plants. 

Annual

03/07/2019

Clinical Trial

Training

Field Experience

International Research Scientist Development Award (IRSDA)(K01)

 

Fogarty International Center/NIH/DHHS/NCI Up to $75K salary for award recipient, plus $30K research dev costs.

Provides support and protected time (3-5 years) to advanced postdoc U.S. research scientists and recently-appointed U.S. junior faculty (applicants must be at least 2 years post PhD conferral) for an intensive, mentored research career development experience in a low- or middle-income country (LMIC) leading to an independently-funded research career focused on global health. Open to postdoct research scientists and junior faculty from any health-related discipline who propose career development activities and a research project that is relevant to the health priorities of the LMIC under the mentorship of LMIC and U.S. mentors.        

This FOA is designed specifically for applicants proposing to serve as the lead investigator of an independent clinical trial, a clinical trial feasibility study, or a separate ancillary study to an existing trial, as part of their research and career development.   

 
03/07/2019

Research

Training

Field Experience

International Research Scientist Development Award (IRSDA) (K01)

 

Fogarty International Center/NIH/DHHS/NCI Up to $75K salary for award recipient, plus $30K research dev costs.

Provides support and protected time (3-5 years) to advanced postdoc U.S. research scientists and recently-appointed U.S. junior faculty (applicants must be at least 2 years post PhD conferral) for an intensive, mentored research career development experience in a low- or middle-income country (LMIC) leading to an independently-funded research career focused on global health. Open to postdoct research scientists and junior faculty from any health-related discipline who propose career development activities and a research project that is relevant to the health priorities of the LMIC under the mentorship of LMIC and U.S. mentors.   

This FOA is designed specifically for applicants proposing research that does not involve leading an independent clinical trial, a clinical trial feasibility study, or an ancillary study to a clinical trial. 

 
Continuous Submission

Innovation

Health Culture

Pioneering Ideas Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Not Specified.

The goal of the Pioneering Ideas Brief Proposal funding opportunity is to explore; to look into the future and put health first as we design for changes in how we live, learn, work and play; to wade into uncharted territory in order to better understand what new trends, opportunities and breakthrough ideas can enable everyone in America to live the healthiest life possible.

While improving the status quo is vital to the health and well-being of millions of Americans now, the Pioneering Ideas Brief Proposal opportunity reaches beyond incremental changes to explore the ideas and trends that will influence the trajectory and future of health. Ultimately, we support work that will help us learn what a Culture of Health can look like—and how we can get there.

Cross-disciplinary proposals are welcome!

 
Continuous Submission

Health Education

Underserved Populations

Board Grants

 

Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation Not Specified Through its programs, the Foundation strives to foster innovation in health professional education and to align the education of health professionals with contemporary health needs and a changing health care system. The Foundation invites Letters of Inquiry for board grants, which are generally one to three years in duration. Rolling
Continuous Submission

Reproductive Health

 

Population Growth

Population and Reproductive Health - Global Packard Foundation Not Specified

The Global subprogram of Population and Reproductive Health Program funds innovative work that addresses population growth and promotes positive reproductive health. The program is committed to promoting reproductive health and rights, with a focus on high quality information and services. 

Do not have the flexibility to fund many new grantees but interested grantseekers may submit an email inquiry.

Rolling
Continuous Submission

Environment

 

Climate Change

 

Energy

Environment Grants Program Hewlett Foundation Not Specified

The Hewlett Foundation's Environment Program makes grants to protect people and places threatened by a warming planet by addressing climate change globally, expanding clean energy, and conserving the North American West.

 

Rolling
Continuous Submission

Humanitarian Research

World Community Grid World Community Grid Not Specified World Community Grid is seeking proposals from research organizations interested in harnessing the immense power of Internet-connected computers to accelerate humanitarian research. Rolling
Continuous Submission

Innovation

 

Humanitarian Aid

EIC Horizon Prize for 'Affordable High-Tech for Humanitarian Aid' European Commission Not Specified

The challenge consists of developing innovative solutions for the delivery of humanitarian aid based on frugal application of advanced technologies.

The European Union and its Member States are major humanitarian donors. Humanitarian crises and disasters have increased in number, complexity and severity over the last 25 years. Given the scale of today’s crises and disasters, funding to cover humanitarian needs cannot keep up. The humanitarian system is being challenged to do more, for more people, and at greater cost. Cooperation between international organisations and NGOs responding to crises, end-users and local actors, research and scientific communities and the private sector is crucial in this respect. Introducing innovative solutions for the delivery of humanitarian aid could help enhance the humanitarian response, which is particularly important for those in a most vulnerable situation.

Solutions should be developed through a frugal innovation approach, and should be novel and based on advanced technologies and services, demonstrating the added value and potential of one or more advanced technologies (not only limited to Information and Communication Technology). Tested and proven in humanitarian aid delivery, these solutions should be safe, scalable, resource-sustainable, replicable and usable in other contexts.

Innovative solutions should be inclusive, i.e. co-created and developed by different stakeholders with local actors, and accessible to a large number of people in a given context of humanitarian aid delivery settings.

Rolling
Continuous Submission

Innovation

 

Development

 

Technology

Global Innovation Fund Global Innovation Fund Not Specified The Global Innovation Fund invests in social innovations that aim to improve the lives and opportunities of millions of people in the developing world. We support innovators at all stages of development. Through grants, loans (including convertible debt), and equity investments ranging from $50,000 to $15 million, we back innovations with the potential for social impact at a large scale, whether they are new business models, policy practices, technologies, behavioural insights, or new ways of delivering products and services that benefit the poor in developing countries. Rolling
Continuous Submission - Application Period Opens October or November

Innovation

 

Technology

 

Education

 

Environmental Health

 

Economic Development

 

Energy

 

Literacy

Wireless Innovation Project Vodafone Americas Foundation Up to $600,000

The Vodafone Wireless Innovation Project™ (the “competition”) seeks to identify and fund the best innovations using wireless related technology to address critical social issues around the world. Project proposals must demonstrate significant advancement in the field of wireless-related technology applied to social benefit use. The competition is open to projects from universities and nonprofit organizations based in the United States. Although organizations must be based in the United States, projects may operate and help people outside of the United States.

Applicants must demonstrate a multi-disciplinary approach that uses an innovation in wireless-related technology to address a critical global issue in one or more of the following areas:

 

Social Issue Areas: Access to communication, Education, Economic development, Environmental Health

Technical Issue Areas: Connectivity, Energy, Language or Literacy hurdles, Ease of use

 
Continuous Submission

Sustainable Transportation

 

Supply Chain

 

Disaster Relief

 

Education

 

Global Entrepreneurship

Charitable Contributions Program FedEx Not Specified

FedEx will invest more than $200 million in more than 200 communities by 2020 to create opportunities and deliver positive change around the world through FedEx Cares, its new global giving platform. FedEx Cares will focus on the following five pillars of strategic investment:

 

Delivering for Good - Using the company’s global network to deliver resources where they are needed most in times of disaster and for special shipments.

 

Sustainable Transportation - Developing solutions that connect the world responsibly and resourcefully.

 

Employment Pathways - Leveraging its global reach to provide pathways to success for teens and young adults in underserved populations.

 

Road Safety - Applying its expertise and global reach in road safety to protect pedestrians and make roads safer.

 

Global Entrepreneurship - Advancing women and minority-owned small businesses and continuing to empower the next generation of entrepreneurs, helping them access new markets and grow.

Rolling
Continuous Submission Middle East Grants Program Jabara (Violet) Charitable Trust Not Specified The Violet Jabara Charitable Trust makes grants to organizations which work in developing countries in the Middle East, and to American organizations which promote deeper understanding of Middle East issues and culture in the United States. Rolling
Continuous Submission

Global Warming

 

Climate Change

 

Clean Energy

Environment Grants Program Hewlett (William & Flora) Foundation Not Specified The Hewlett Foundation's Environment Program makes grants to protect people and places threatened by a warming planet by addressing climate change globally, expanding clean energy, and conserving the North American West. Rolling
Continuous Submission

Sub-Saharan Africa

 

Policies 

 

Poverty

 

Sustainable Development

USAID BAA for Sustainable Development in Sub-Saharan Africa U.S. Agency for International Development Not Specified This Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) seeks opportunities to co-create, co-design, co-invest, and collaborate in the research, development, piloting, testing, and scaling of innovative, practical and cost-effective interventions that address development challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) invites interested parties to participate with USAID to identify innovative thinking, best practices and promising programs that will create more strategic, focused, results-oriented, cost-effective and practical options that will further the US Government’s goal of improving the impact of its policies and programs on Africa’s poor. USAID, through the Bureau for Africa (USAID/AFR), aims to develop and test innovative, sustainable and cost-effective solutions that will accelerate progress towards eliminating extreme poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa. This BAA specifically seeks to incorporate new ideas that will directly and positively influence USAID’s programs and policies, including, but not limited to, support for SSA institutions to deliver services and manage programs that contribute to sustainable development. Rolling
Deadline Passed for 2018

Infectious Disease

 

India

 

United States

 

South Asia

 

Vaccines

Indo-U.S. Vaccine Action Program (VAP) Small Research Grant Program (R03) National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH/DHHS 100,000 National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) invites applications for collaborative vaccine-related research projects that ultimately reduce the burden of infectious diseases of importance in India, the U.S., the South Asian region and globally. Applications are encouraged from organizations/institutions that propose to conduct vaccine-related research through U.S.-Indo collaborations on a variety of infectious diseases, including immunologic characterization. This program will use the NIH Small Research Grant (R03) award mechanism. Annual
Deadline Passed for 2018 Exploratory and Developmental Work NIMH Exploratory/Developmental Research Grant (R21 Clinical Trial Not Allowed) National Institute of Mental Health/NIH/DHHS 275,000

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) invites applications for exploratory and high-risk research projects that fall within the NIMH mission by providing support for the early and conceptual stages of these projects. These studies may involve considerable risk but may lead to a breakthrough or to the development of novel techniques, agents, methods, measures, models, or strategies, or to the generation of pilot or feasibility data. The preliminary work from these studies could lead to a major impact on biomedical, behavioral, or clinical mental health research, or on the delivery of mental health care. This program will use the NIH Exploratory/Developmental (R21) grant mechanism.

 

Annual
Deadline passed for 2018 (03/01/2018)

Antibiotic Resistant Surveillance

 

Food

 

Antimicrobial Resistance

NARMS Cooperative Agreement Program to Enhance and Strengthen Antibiotic Resistance Surveillance in Retail Food Specimens (U01) National Institutes of Health/DHHS Not Specified Food and Drug Administration (FDA) invites applications to protect and promote public health by enhancing, strengthening and sustaining antibiotic resistance surveillance in retail food specimens within the NARMS program. The NARMS cooperative agreements will improve the detection of antibiotic resistance among enteric bacteria in food commodities, as well as potentially develop new sites as part of the program. Measurable outcomes of the program will be in alignment with the NARMS Objectives. This FOA will use the U01 Research Project Cooperative Agreements award mechanism. Annual
Deadline passed for 2018 (03/01/2018)

Food

 

Capacity Building

 

Grants Program: Conservation, Food and Health Foundation Conservation, Food and Health Foundation Not Specified The Conservation, Food and Health Foundation seeks to protect natural resources, improve the production and distribution of food, and promote public health in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East.  The foundation helps build the capacity of organizations and coalitions with grants that support research or improve the learning and generation of local solutions to complex problems. Annual
Deadline passed for 2018 (03/30/2018)

Nutrition

 

Food

 

Education

McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program Foreign Agricultural Services/Department of Agriculture Not Specified U.S. Department of Agriculture is now accepting applications for the 2018 McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition (McGovern-Dole) program, which support feeding of school-aged children, reduces hunger, promotes literacy (especially for girls), promotes food security and enhances nutrition for mothers and their children in low-income, food-deficit countries committed to education and school meals. The program provides U.S. commodities and financial and technical assistance to achieve these goals. While McGovernDole projects are typically funded for five years, all projects in this announcement will be funded subject to availability of a fiscal year 2018 budget for McGovern-Dole. Annual
Deadline passed for 2018 (05/07/2018)

Health Promotion

 

Racial and Ethnic Minority

 

Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Interventions

Health Promotion Among Racial and Ethnic Minority Males (R01 Clinical Trial Optional) National Institute of Nursing Research/NIH/DHHS Not Specified National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) and National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) invite applications that propose to stimulate and expand research in the health of minority men. Specifically, this initiative is intended to: 1) enhance our understanding of the numerous factors (e.g., sociodemographic, community, societal, personal) influencing the health promoting behaviors of racial and ethnic minority males across the life cycle, and 2) encourage applications focusing on the development and testing of culturally and linguistically appropriate health-promoting interventions designed to reduce health disparities among racially and ethnically diverse males age 18 and older. This FOA will use the NIH Research Project (R01) award mechanism. Annual
Deadline passed for 2018 05/07/2018

Health Promotion

 

Racial and Ethnic Minority

 

Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Interventions

Health Promotion Among Racial and Ethnic Minority Males (R21 Clinical Trial Optional) National Institute of Nursing Research/NIH/DHHS 275,000

National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) invites applications that propose to stimulate and expand research in the health of minority men. Specifically, this initiative is intended to: 1) enhance our understanding of the numerous factors (e.g., sociodemographic, community, societal, personal) influencing the health promoting behaviors of racial and ethnic minority males across the life cycle, and 2) encourage applications focusing on the development and testing of culturally and linguistically appropriate health-promoting interventions designed to reduce health disparities among racially and ethnically diverse males age 18 and older. This FOA will use the NIH R21 Exploratory/Developmental Research Grant award mechanism.

 



Annual
Deadline passed for 2018 (05/07/2018)

Health Behavior

 

Child Health

 

Adolescent Health

Healthy Habits: Timing for Developing Sustainable Healthy Behaviors in Children and Adolescents (RO1 Clinical Trial Optional) National Institute of Nursing Research/NIH/DHHS Not Specified The sponsors invite applications that employ innovative research to identify mechanisms of influence and/or promote positive sustainable health behavior(s) in children and youth (birth to age 21). Positive health behaviors may include: developing healthy sleep patterns, developing effective self-regulation strategies, adaptive decision-making in risk situations, practicing proper dental hygiene, eating a balanced and nutritious diet, engaging in age-appropriate physical activity and/or participating in healthy relationships. Applications to promote positive health behavior(s) should target social and cultural factors, including, but not limited to: schools, families, communities, population, food industry, age-appropriate learning tools and games, social media, social networking, technology and mass media. Topics to be addressed in this announcement include: effective, sustainable processes for influencing young people to make healthy behavior choices; identification of the appropriate stage of influence for learning sustainable lifelong health behaviors; the role of technology and new media in promoting healthy behavior; identification of factors that support healthy behavior development in vulnerable populations, identification of barriers to healthy behaviors; and, identification of mechanisms and mediators that are common to the development of a range of habitual health behaviors. Given the many factors involved in developing sustainable health behaviors, applications from multidisciplinary teams are strongly encouraged. The ultimate goal of this FOA is to promote research that identifies and enhances processes that promote sustainable positive behavior or changes social and cultural norms that influence health and future health behaviors. This FOA will use the NIH Research Project (R01) award mechanism. Annual
Deadline passed for 2018 (05/07/2018)

Neonatal Health

 

Pediatric Health

 

Resuscitation

 

Child Health

Studies in Neonatal and Pediatric Resuscitation (R01 Clinical Trial Optional) National Institute of Child Health and Human Development/NIH/DHHS Not Specified

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) invites applications for research on a wide range of topics related to neonatal and pediatric resuscitation. Possible topics may include, but are not limited to: fetal-neonatal transitional cardiovascular and pulmonary physiology, optimizing steps of resuscitation, management of third stage of labor and its effect on the fetus, resuscitation of children with malformations, effect of resuscitation on long-term outcomes and post-resuscitation practices.  Applications can include epidemiological studies, studies utilizing fetal-neonatal animal models, computer or other information-technology-based simulations or study designs, clinical observational studies, analyses of pre-existing national or regional datasets, opportunistic studies, prospective randomized controlled trials, or any combinations thereof.  It is anticipated that the results from well-conducted studies will enable translation of knowledge into evidence-based resuscitation practices ensuring a optimal short- and long-term outcomes for all newborn infants and children. This FOA will use the NIH Research Project (R01) award mechanism.

 

Annual
Deadline passed for 2018 (05/07/2018)

Neonatal Health

 

Child Health

 

Pediatric Health

 

Resuscitation

Studies in Neonatal and Pediatric Resuscitation (R01 Clinical Trial Optional) National Institute of Child Health and Human Development/NIH/DHHS Not Specified National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) invites applications for research on a wide range of topics related to neonatal and pediatric resuscitation. Possible topics may include, but are not limited to: fetal-neonatal transitional cardiovascular and pulmonary physiology, optimizing steps of resuscitation, management of third stage of labor and its effect on the fetus, resuscitation of children with malformations, effect of resuscitation on long-term outcomes and post-resuscitation practices.  Applications can include epidemiological studies, studies utilizing fetal-neonatal animal models, computer or other information-technology-based simulations or study designs, clinical observational studies, analyses of pre-existing national or regional datasets, opportunistic studies, prospective randomized controlled trials, or any combinations thereof.  It is anticipated that the results from well-conducted studies will enable translation of knowledge into evidence-based resuscitation practices ensuring a optimal short- and long-term outcomes for all newborn infants and children. This FOA will use the NIH R03 Small Grant Program award mechanism. Annual
Deadline passed for 2018 (05/07/2018) HIV/AIDS Targeted Implementation Science to Achieve 90/90/90 Goals for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment (R01 Clinical Trial Optional) National Institute of Mental Health/NIH/DHHS Not Specified National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) and National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) invite applications for implementation research projects designed in partnership with global and domestic service providers, to target the particular needs in the selected community, to achieve the 90/90/90 HIV prevention and treatment targets identified by HIV/AIDS global leadership. The targets for HIV testing are that 90% of all persons living with HIV know their status, for treatment initiation that 90% of those diagnosed receive timely and effective antiretroviral treatment (ART), and for optimal treatment and preventive benefit that 90% of those on treatment achieve sustained viral suppression. This FOA will use the NIH Research Project (R01) award mechanism. Annual