Researchers: Grant Proposal Help
- NIH Study Section changes for Social Sciences and Population Studies
- How to submit an application on Grants.gov
- NIH Grant Application Guide
- NIH Application Components
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FINANCIAL CONFLICT OF INTEREST TRAINING (Required by the Office of Sponsored Programs & Research)
NEEDS ASSESSMENT/GAP ANALYSIS OF SUICIDE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT
IN THE COMMUNITY - due September 24, 2015
OhioMHAS is seeking a researcher to conduct a needs assessment and gap analysis of community-based services and supports throughout Ohio for individuals at-risk of suicide. And families and friends affected by a suicide death. Services and supports include the spectrum of prevention, intervention, treatment, and postvention services and supports. The full RFP is at this link.
SMALL GRANTS ON RESEARCH AND METHODS IN HEALTH STATISTICS FROM
NCHS/CDC - due October 7, 2015
This initiative invites investigator-initiated research grant applications for projects involving the development and testing of statistical and survey methodology relevant to the conduct, analysis and reporting of health surveys and vital records. The R03 mechanism is intended to support small research projects that can be carried out in a short period of time with limited resources. More information and the application package are at this link: http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=278051.
MCH SECONDARY DATA ANALYSIS STUDIES - due November 6, 2015
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Maternal and Child Health Bureau; Office of Epidemiology and Research are seeking applications to support applied research relating to maternal and child health services that exclusively utilizes secondary analysis of existing national databases and/or administrative records. Applications are due November 6, 2015. Approximately $1 million is available to support up to 10 awards. Read more about Funding Opportunity Number HRSA-16-029 at Grants.gov.
PRE- AND POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS AT SEALY CENTER ON AGING,
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS
These positions are for research focusing on the health of older minorities, with an emphasis on older
Hispanics. Trainees collaborate with Center faculty who have over $42 million in research pertaining to minority
health and aging in the areas of comparative effectiveness, medical outcomes, health service utilization, social
epidemiology, psychosocial stress and health promotion. Exceptional candidates will qualify for an additional
$5,000 - $10,000 over the NIH stipend level plus moving expenses. Complete information is at this link.
For more information on the FOAs and application kits, please go to www.Grants.gov.