NINR Extramural Program: News, Updates, and Opportunities

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June 2020

NINR Extramural Program: News, Updates, and Opportunities 


This monthly newsletter for NINR applicants and awardees provides useful information about funding initiatives and other opportunities. If you would not like to receive these emails, you may unsubscribe.


The NIH is deeply concerned for the health and safety of people involved in NIH research, and about the effects on the biomedical enterprise in the areas affected by the HHS declared public health emergency for COVID-19. Due to the potential exceptional impact, we want to assure our recipient community that NIH will be doing its part to help you continue your research. For more information, please visit the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): Information for NIH Applicants and Recipients of NIH Funding website.

 

Funding Opportunities

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COVID-related Opportunities

NOSI for a new program offering administrative and competitive supplements to existing NIH-funded grants supporting longitudinal studies to address key social and behavioral questions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Applications Due: March 31, 2021. Learn more.

NOSI for a new program offering administrative and competitive supplements to existing NIH-funded grants supporting research aimed at populations who experience health disparities and other vulnerable groups, and specifically testing digital health interventions. Applications Due: December 30, 2020. Learn More. NIH intends to publish a follow up opportunity for R01 applications on this topic in June 2020.

Four RADx-UP funding opportunities to support research that will establish a network of community-engaged projects to improve access to and acceptance of testing in underserved and vulnerable populations. Applications for first phase accepted through August 2020 for FY20 funding. Learn More.

Forthcoming NIH Funding Opportunity supporting research aimed at populations who experience health disparities and other vulnerable groups, and specifically testing community interventions for prevention, adherence, and reduction of the negative impact of coronavirus mitigation strategies on other health conditions. Learn More. 

Other Opportunities

NOSI for studies that translate behavioral intervention research to create new or improved interventions aimed at improving health. Applications Due beginning July 23, 2020. Learn More.

NOSI for a new program offering supplements to existing NIH-funded grants to rapidly improve our understanding of the leading causes of pregnancy-related and pregnancy-associated morbidity during pregnancy, at delivery, and up to one year post-partum. Applications Due: June 22, 2020. Learn more.

Interested in NIH’s High-Risk, High-Reward Research program? Sign up for a pre-application Webinar during the week of June 25th to learn more about these funding opportunities.

Year of the Nurse and the Midwife

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In honor of the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, NINR would like your help in capturing what nursing research means to those who live it. We are gathering this information to learn more from our community and collectively begin describing the next frontiers in nursing science. Tell us what nursing research means to you.

 

Upcoming Meetings

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On June 24, 2020 at 10:00AM EDT, NINR will be hosting a virtual workshop entitled Genomic Response to the Social Environment: Implications for Health Outcomes. The goal of the workshop is to build the knowledge of the genomic mechanisms underlying the contribution of the social environment to health outcomes and to exchange ideas on advancing a social genomics research strategy that will further elucidate gene-environment influences on the burden of disease and inform future intervention approaches. The workshop can be viewed via VideoCast.