NIH Funding Opportunities

AHRQ Small Research Grant Program (R03)

Funding Opportunity PA-18-794 from the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts. This FOA encourages Small Research Grant (R03) applications, and expresses AHRQ priority areas of interest for ongoing small research projects. The R03 grant mechanism supports different types of health services research projects including pilot and feasibility studies; secondary analysis of existing data; small, self-contained research projects; development of research methodology; and development of new research technology.

AHRQ Health Services Research Demonstration and Dissemination Grants (R18)

Funding Opportunity PA-18-793 from the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts. The Research Demonstration and Dissemination Grant (R18) is an award made by AHRQ to an institution/organization to support a discrete, specified health services research project. The project will be performed by the named investigator and study team. The R18 research plan proposed by the applicant institution/organization must be related to the mission and priority research interests of AHRQ.

AHRQ Health Services Research Projects (R01)

Funding Opportunity PA-18-795 from the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts. The Research Project Grant (R01) is an award made by AHRQ to an institution/organization to support a discrete, specified health services research project. The project will be performed by the named investigator and study team. The R01 research plan proposed by the applicant institution/organization must be related to the mission and priority research interests of AHRQ

Patient Safety in the Context of Perinatal, Neonatal, and Pediatric Care (R03 - Clinical Trial Optional)

Funding Opportunity PA-18-791 from the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts. This funding opportunity announcement (FOA) encourages a wide range of collaborative research projects related to patient safety in the context of both routine as well as intensive newborn care. The FOA welcomes applications related to (but not limited to): the epidemiology of various domains of medical errors and consequent patient harm; assessing the factors at various levels that contribute to such errors; and intervention strategies at individual, systems, and institutional-levels to help reduce and eliminate medical errors in the context neonatal care. It is anticipated that knowledge gained from these projects will help develop strategies to deliver highest quality of healthcare to all newborn infants with utmost safety and effectiveness.

Patient Safety in the Context of Perinatal, Neonatal, and Pediatric Care (R01 - Clinical Trial Optional)

Funding Opportunity PA-18-790 from the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts. This funding opportunity announcement (FOA) encourages a wide range of collaborative research projects related to patient safety in the context of perinatal, neonatal and pediatric care both in routine hospital settings and in intensive care units. The FOA welcomes applications related to (but not limited to): the epidemiology of various domains of medical errors and consequent patient harm; assessing the factors at various levels that contribute to such errors; and intervention strategies at individual, systems, and institutional-levels to help reduce and eliminate medical errors. It is anticipated that knowledge gained from these projects will help develop strategies to deliver highest quality of healthcare to all newborn infants and children with utmost safety and effectiveness.

BRAIN Initiative: Exploratory Team-Research BRAIN Circuit Programs - eTeamBCP (U01 Clinical Trial Not Allowed)

Funding Opportunity RFA-NS-18-029 from the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts. The purpose of this FOA is to promote the integration of experimental, analytic, and theoretical capabilities for large-scale analysis of neural systems and circuits. This FOA seeks applications for exploratory research studies that use new and emerging methods for large scale recording and manipulation of neural circuits across multiple brain regions. Applications should propose to elucidate the contributions of dynamic circuit activity to a specific behavioral or neural system. Applications should seek to understand circuits of the central nervous system by systematically controlling stimuli and/or behavior while actively recording and/or manipulating relevant dynamic patterns of neural activity and by measuring the resulting behaviors and/or perceptions. Studies should incorporate rich information on cell-types, on circuit functionality and connectivity, and should be performed in conjunction with sophisticated analysis of complex, ethologically relevant behaviors. Applications should propose teams of investigators that seek to cross boundaries of interdisciplinary collaboration by bridging fields and linking theory and data analysis to experimental design. Exploratory studies supported by this FOA are intended to develop experimental capabilities and quantitative, theoretical frameworks in preparation for a future competition for larger-scale, multi-component, Team-Research BRAIN Circuit Programs (U19).

Cooperative Agreement to Support Regulatory Research Related to the 2018 Prescription Drug User Fee Act and the 21st Century Cures Act (U19)

Funding Opportunity RFA-FD-18-025 from the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts. The primary objective of this effort is to provide supporting research, identify key issues, and convene appropriate subject matter experts to help inform major initiatives for process improvement and regulatory science related to FDA commitments under the 2018 reauthorization of the Prescription Drug User Fee Act (PDUFA VI) and the 21st Century Cures Act legislation.

Cardiothoracic Surgical Trials Network (CTSN) Linked Clinical Research Centers (UM1 Clinical Trial Not Allowed )

Funding Opportunity RFA-HL-19-009 from the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts. The Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) invites applications from qualified institutions willing to participate with NHLBI in the Cardiothoracic Surgical Trials Network (CTSN) as Linked Clinical Research Centers (LCRCs). The LCRCs will: (1) conduct collaborative randomized controlled trials (RCTs) and studies that evaluate cross specialty team-based care, interventions and novel therapies in the context of cardiac surgery but with broader relevance to cardiology and neurology; (2) utilize these findings to improve patient outcomes, and influence clinical practice, with benefits that are translatable to the general population; (3) conduct implementation research alongside RCTs to understand the best strategies for optimal uptake and sustainability and to bolster translation in areas of high disease burden; and (4) foster the next generation of clinical and implementation researchers.

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