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Use-Oriented Basic Research: Change Mechanisms of Behavioral Social Interventions (Admin Supp) - PA-12-119

Organization: Roadmap 

Posting Date: 03-19-2012 

Expiration Date: 05-16-2012 

Activity Code: (Admin Supp) P01 P20 P30 P50 R01 R15 R21 R33 R34 R37 U01 U54 

Summary: This initiative is funded through the NIH Common Fund, which supports cross-cutting programs that are expected to have exceptionally high impact. This announcement was developed by a Common Fund program called the Science of Behavior Change (SOBC) (http://commonfund.nih.gov/behaviorchange/). The SOBC program seeks to promote research across disciplines on the initiation, personalization, and maintenance of behavior change that leads to an improved understanding of the underlying principles of behavior change. Like all Common Fund initiatives, this SOBC initiative invites investigators to develop bold, innovative, and potentially risky approaches to address problems that may seem intractable or to seize new opportunities that offer the potential for rapid progress. One seemingly intractable problem is the gap between practice and research, in which treatments shown to be efficacious under controlled conditions are not adopted for use, or are unsustainable, in practice settings. There is debate in the behavioral and social sciences fields about how best to bridge this gap, with some investigators focusing on modifying the intervention, and others focusing on modifying the delivery system.  

Using Immunization Information Systems to Increase Childhood Immunization Coverage - RFA-IP-06-007

Organization: NIP 

Posting Date: 02-14-2006 

Expiration Date: 04-11-2006 

Activity Code: U01 

Summary: The National Immunization Program (NIP) is soliciting investigator-initiated research that will help determine the cost-effectiveness of using centralized Immunization Information Systems (IIS) to generate reminder and recall notices for children due or overdue for vaccinations. Applicants must address the research objectives listed in this RFA. Applicants that fail to address all of the research objectives will be considered non-responsive. Responsiveness review will be conducted by the Scientific Program Administrator (SPA), NIP.  

Using Metabolomics to Investigate Biological Pathways and Networks (R01) - RFA-RM-06-010

Organization: Roadmap 

Posting Date: 06-20-2006 

Expiration Date: 10-21-2006 

Activity Code: R01 

Summary: -This initiative seeks to encourage the use of innovative metabolomics technologies to establish methods and model systems for advancing the understanding of biological pathways and networks; their temporal and spatial resolution; and their regulation in health and disease states. -The total amount to be awarded is up to 3.8 million in FY07 -The anticipated number of awards will be from 7-10. -The Research Project Grant (R01) mechanism will be used. -Eligible organizations include non-profit or for profit organizations. -Eligible principal investigators include any technically qualified researchers. -Applicants may submit more than one application, provided they are scientifically distinct. -See Section IV.1 for application materials. 

Using Omics to Define Human Placental Development and Function Across Pregnancy (R01) - RFA-HD-16-036

Organization: NICHD 

Posting Date: 09-17-2015 

Expiration Date: 12-19-2015 

Activity Code: R01 

Summary: This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) invites grant applications for research directed at the development of omics profiles reflecting human placental development and function across gestation. A goal of this FOA is also to create a community resource of research resources that are broadly available and shared with the research community for providing a foundation for further integration with other novel technologies being developed to advance safe, real time placental assessment in vivo, as well as for providing large amounts of complex data and associated metadata to the research community to further advance and accelerate research in the field.  

Using Omics to Define Human Placental Development and Function Across Pregnancy (R21) - RFA-HD-16-037

Organization: NICHD 

Posting Date: 09-17-2015 

Expiration Date: 12-19-2015 

Activity Code: R21 

Summary: This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) invites grant applications for research directed at the development of omics profiles reflecting human placental development and function across gestation.A goal of this FOA is to create a community resource of research resources that are broadly available and shared with the research community for providing a foundation for further integration with other novel technologies being developed to advance safe, real time placental assessment in vivo, as well as for providing large amounts of complex data and associated metadata to the research community to further advance and accelerate research in the field.  

Using Proven Factors in Risk Prevention to Promote Protection from HIV Transmission (R01) - RFA-HD-08-010

Organization: NICHD 

Posting Date: 08-28-2008 

Expiration Date: 12-12-2008 

Activity Code: R01 

Summary: -Purpose. This FOA issued by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Institutes of Health, solicits investigator initiated research applications from institutions/organizations that propose to develop, implement, and evaluate new or improved HIV prevention programs that incorporate proven factors from social and sexual development, positive youth development, sexual risk behavior, and drug prevention programs for use in high-risk, urban American minority preadolescents or early adolescents (approximate ages 9-14).  -Mechanism of Support. This FOA will utilize the Research Project Grant (R01) grant mechanism. -Funds Available and Anticipated Number of Awards. The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development has set aside $2,500,000 for this FOA and anticipates awarding 5-7 grants. 

Using Social Media to Understand and Address Substance Use and Addiction (R01) - RFA-CA-14-008

Organization: NCI 

Posting Date: 01-03-2014 

Expiration Date: 03-26-2014 

Activity Code: R01 

Summary: This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is part of a trans-NIH initiative known as Collaborative Research on Addiction (CRAN). The goal of this FOA is to inspire and support research projects investigating the role of social media in risk behaviors associated with the use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs (hereafter referred to as "ATOD") and projects using social media to ameliorate such behaviors. Each research project proposed in response to this FOA must be focused on one of the two distinct areas: 1) observational research using social media interactions as surveillance tools to aid in the understanding of the epidemiology, risk factors, attitudes, and behaviors associated with ATOD use and addiction, or 2) intervention research measuring the reach, engagement, and behavioral and health impact of social media-based interventions for the screening, prevention, and treatment, of ATOD use and addiction. Original research preliminary data are not required but all projects are expected to be supported by a strong rationale that is based on integrating to the extent possible the available relevant information from various sources.  

Using Social Media to Understand and Address Substance Use and Addiction (R21) - RFA-CA-14-009

Organization: NCI 

Posting Date: 01-03-2014 

Expiration Date: 03-26-2014 

Activity Code: R21 

Summary: This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is part of a trans-NIH initiative known as Collaborative Research on Addiction (CRAN). The goal of this FOA is to inspire and support research projects investigating the role of social media in risk behaviors associated with the use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs (hereafter referred to as "ATOD") and projects using social media to ameliorate such behaviors. Each research project proposed in response to this FOA must be focused on one of the two distinct areas: 1) observational research using social media interactions as surveillance tools to aid in the understanding of the epidemiology, risk factors, attitudes, and behaviors associated with ATOD use and addiction, or 2) intervention research measuring the reach, engagement, and behavioral and health impact of social media-based interventions for the screening, prevention, and treatment of ATOD use and addiction.  

Using Systems Science Methodologies to Protect and Improve Population Health (R21) - PAR-08-224

Organization: OBSSR 

Posting Date: 08-01-2008 

Expiration Date: 09-08-2011 

Activity Code: R21 

Summary: Purpose. This funding opportunity announcement (FOA) is being issued by the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) with participation from the following NIH components: FIC, NCI, NIA, NICHD, NCCAM, NHLBI, NIEHS, NIMH, NIAAA, NIDCR, NIDA, ODP, and ODS. This FOA solicits Exploratory/Developmental (R21) applications from institutions/organizations that propose to apply one or more specific system science methodologies (identified in Section I.1 Background, of this announcement) to public health and health care systems problems and contribute knowledge that will enhance effective decision making around the development of and prioritization of policies, interventions, and programs to improve population health, especially where resources are limited and only a limited number of programs/policies/interventions can be implemented.Applicants are encouraged to submit projects that tackle policy resistant health problems (i.e., ones in which the effects of planned interventions, programs or policies tend to be delayed, diluted or defeated by responses of the system to the intervention itself) using a systems science methodology. 

Using Technology to Augment the Effectiveness of Parenting Programs in the Prevention of Child Maltreatment - RFA-CE-06-006

Organization: NCIPC 

Posting Date: 12-23-2005 

Expiration Date: 03-20-2006 

Activity Code: U49 

Summary: NCIPC is soliciting research applications that will help advance our knowledge of the role of technology in improving parenting programs and outcomes. Specific proposals are being sought that take a previously demonstrated efficacious or effective parenting program and examine the effects of information and communication technology (e.g. cell phones, internet, video conferencing, web cameras, etc.) on program outcomes, fidelity, enrollment and attrition rates, and cost-effectiveness in reducing child maltreatment. 

Using the NIMH Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) Approach to Understand Psychosis (R01) - PAR-16-136

Organization: NIMH 

Posting Date: 03-17-2016 

Expiration Date: 03-06-2017 

Activity Code: R01 

Summary: NIMH seeks applications which propose research studies that will use the NIMH's Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) framework to advance scientific understanding of neurobehavioral mechanisms related to psychotic symptoms (hallucinations, delusions, disorganized behavior, and thought disorder). 

Using the NIMH Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) Approach to Understand Psychosis (R21) - PAR-16-135

Organization: NIMH 

Posting Date: 03-17-2016 

Expiration Date: 03-17-2017 

Activity Code: R21 

Summary: NIMH seeks applications which propose research studies that will use the NIMH's Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) framework to advance scientific understanding of neurobehavioral mechanisms related to psychotic symptoms (hallucinations, delusions, disorganized behavior, and thought disorder).  

Utilization of a Human Lung Tissue Resource for Vascular Research (R03) - RFA-HL-11-032

Organization: NHLBI 

Posting Date: 10-12-2010 

Expiration Date: 10-15-2011 

Activity Code: R03 

Summary: This funding opportunity announcement (FOA) solicits research grant applications from organizations that propose to conduct human tissue- and cell-based vascular research. The primary goal of this initiative is to promote research that will advance translational efforts in lung vascular disease. This program makes available human biospecimens collected by the Pulmonary Hypertension Breakthrough Initiative (PHBI). Biospecimens may be used to investigate mechanistic research questions in lung vascular biology, including validating hypotheses of pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) pathogenesis. Innovative use of biospecimens for addressing general vascular biology research questions is encouraged.  

Utilizing Health Information Technology (IT) to Improve Health Care Quality (R18) - PAR-08-270

Organization: AHRQ 

Posting Date: 09-25-2008 

Expiration Date: 05-08-2011 

Activity Code: R18 

Summary: Purpose.The purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is to support health information technology (IT) demonstration projects that evaluate factors associated with successful implementation and utilization of health IT in order to improve the quality, safety, effectiveness and efficiency of health care in ambulatory settings and in the transitions between care settings.The use of health IT has been demonstrated to improve health care in various large health care delivery systems.Yet, there has been limited diffusion and evaluation of the implementation and utility of health IT in ambulatory care settings and in transitions between care settings.This FOA supports real world demonstration projects that evaluate factors (facilitators and barriers) associated with successful health IT implementation and use and ultimately improve health care outcomes.As appropriate, facilitators and barriers to health IT implementation may include adequacy of engagement and training of health care staff, patients, and family in the use of health IT; characteristics of the health care setting; organizational processes and practices; workflow; adequacy of health IT implementation plan; nature of technical support of health IT; integration of new health IT with pre-existing health IT, and other factors.Applications responding to this FOA must seek to evaluate and demonstrate how to optimize functionality of existing health IT; implement health IT in new settings or with new providers and patient populations; or, demonstrate sustainability of health IT. 

Utilizing the PLCO Biospecimens Resource to Bridge Gaps in Cancer Etiology and Early Detection Research (U01) - PAR-13-036

Organization: NCI 

Posting Date: 12-06-2012 

Expiration Date: 06-20-2015 

Activity Code: U01 

Summary: Utilizing the PLCO Biospecimens Resource to Bridge Gaps in Cancer Etiology and Early Detection Research (U01)  

VACCINE AND IMMUNE THERAPY FOR ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE - RFA-AG-01-003

Organization: NIA 

Posting Date: 12-06-2000 

Expiration Date: 02-21-2001 

Activity Code: R01 

Summary: In July of 2000 it was announced that the NIH would set aside $50 million over five years to support research on new ways to treat Alzheimer's disease, an ongoing commitment, by targeting the production of disease-associated processes, such as formation of amyloid plaques and neurofibrillary tangles with a special emphasis on the development of a vaccine to prevent the disease. This RFA is intended to assist in the development of immunological preventive and treatment strategies for Alzheimer’s disease. As part of the overall initiative, several related program announcements, with set-asides, are also being developed.  

VACCINE IMMUNOLOGY BASIC RESEARCH CENTERS - RFA-AI-99-008

Organization: NIAID 

Posting Date: 05-13-1999 

Expiration Date: 11-25-1999 

Activity Code: P01 

Summary: The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), National Institutes of Health (NIH), invites applications for program project grants that address fundamental immune mechanisms as a basis for effective human vaccine development. Each program project should focus on a specific human infectious disease of public health importance, excluding the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and its sequelae. Project teams should include expertise in basic immunology, clinical research, and in the biology of the pathogenic organism. This program seeks to support interdisciplinary approaches to discover, define, and analyze protective immune mechanisms in humans. Utilization of insights and approaches from recent advances in basic immunobiology in order to analyze immune responses to vaccination and infection should facilitate the identification of new targets and strategies for effective vaccines.  

VAGINAL IMMUNOLOGY: INTERACTION WITH INTRAVAGINAL PRODUCTS - RFA-HD-94-017

Organization: NICHD 

Posting Date: 03-25-1994 

Expiration Date: 07-28-1994 

Activity Code: R01 

Summary: The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) invites research grant applications for the support of basic and applied research to evaluate the affect of intravaginal products, treatments, and spermicides on vaginal immunology. An important part of the mission of the NICHD is to gain new knowledge about human reproduction, especially those that may lead to new approaches to contraception. This Request for Applications (RFA) is intended to address that charge.  

VAGINAL PHYSIOLOGY: INTERACTION WITH INTRAVAGINAL PRODUCTS - RFA-HD-94-018

Organization: NICHD 

Posting Date: 03-25-1994 

Expiration Date: 07-28-1994 

Activity Code: R01 

Summary: The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) invites research grant applications for the support of basic and applied research to evaluate the affect of intravaginal products, treatments and spermicides on vaginal physiology. An important part of the mission of NICHD is to gain new knowledge about human reproduction, especially those that may lead to new approaches to contraception. This Request for Applications (RFA) is intended to address that charge.  

VALIDATION OF CHILD MENTAL HEALTH DIAGNOSTIC MEASURES - RFA-MH-02-005

Organization: NIMH 

Posting Date: 08-13-2001 

Expiration Date: 12-15-2001 

Activity Code: R01 

Summary: The purpose of this Request For Applications (RFA) is to invite applications examining the psychometric characteristics of existing diagnostic instruments for assessing the mental health of children and adolescents. Valid and reliable diagnostic tools are essential in order to document the prevalence of mental disorders in child and adolescent populations and to describe the clustering and comorbidity of symptomatology in key developmental stages. A number of assessment instruments have been developed which include structured and semi-structured diagnostic interviews and dimensional measures of psychopathology. State-of-the-art validation studies of these instruments are needed to provide accurate psychometric data on their performance in clinical as well as community-based research studies. Applications for studies that examine the usefulness of mental health screening instruments and studies that expand on ongoing clinical or community-based samples are particularly encouraged.  

VANADIUM SALTS IN THE CLINICAL TREATMENT OF DIABETES MELLITUS - RFA-DK-93-011

Organization: NIDDK 

Posting Date: 11-20-1992 

Expiration Date: 03-18-1993 

Activity Code: R01 

Summary: The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) invites investigator-initiated research grant applications to study the effects of vanadium salts as potential therapeutic agents for the treatment of diabetes mellitus. A significant amount of prior research in experimental animals, isolated tissues, and cell preparations has strongly suggested that various forms of vanadium have a beneficial impact on the abnormal metabolic state associated with this disease. This solicitation intends to support preliminary studies of efficacy, dosimetry, and toxicity in human subjects with diabetes.  

VASCULAR AND HEMATOPOIETIC DEVELOPMENT AND DISEASE - PA-98-035

Organization: NHLBI 

Posting Date: 03-06-1998 

Expiration Date: 03-06-2001 

Activity Code: R01 

Summary: This initiative is focused on the definition of critical processes that direct differentiation and organization of the vascular system with specific emphasis on factors that specify the diverse phenotypes of endothelial, blood, and vascular smooth muscle cells. It encourages innovative approaches to identify and characterize precursor cells, studies to elucidate the regulatory mechanisms which determine and maintain the diverse phenotypes, and strategies to define how these developmental mechanisms might be involved in pathological conditions of the mature animal. The ultimate goal is to provide the foundation for new therapies to treat cardiovascular, lung and blood diseases based on morphogenetic principles.  

VASCULAR DISEASE ACADEMIC AWARD - RFA-HL-94-015

Organization: NHLBI 

Posting Date: 06-24-1994 

Expiration Date: 01-13-1995 

Activity Code: K07 

Summary: The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) of the National Institutes of Health announces the fourth national competition for Vascular Disease Academic Awards. These awards have the dual purpose of encouraging the development and/or improving the quality of the clinical, educational, and research programs in vascular disease and of encouraging the professional development of the awardee so that he or she can serve as the focal point for multidisciplinary interactions in the field of vascular medicine.  

VESTIBULAR REFLEXES DURING NATURAL MOTION - PA-93-066

Organization: NIDCD 

Posting Date: 03-19-1993 

Expiration Date: 03-19-1996 

Activity Code: R01 

Summary: The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) and the National Eye Institute (NEI) invite applications for the support of basic and applied studies seeking to characterize the vestibular reflexes that maintain binocular fixation on visual targets during locomotion and other volitional movements of the head and body. The NIDCD and the NEI share an interest in this area. The vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) is, at present, the most direct and accessible probe of vestibular function. This initiative seeks to establish the fundamental knowledge base that will lead to the development of clinical test protocols for assessing the vestibular system in vivo during natural motion.  

VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: EVALUATING HEALTH CARE INTERVENTIONS - RFA-HS-00-006

Organization: AHRQ 

Posting Date: 02-16-2000 

Expiration Date: 04-28-2000 

Activity Code: R01 

Summary: The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), formerly known as the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR), invites grant applications to conduct research on the outcomes, effectiveness and cost effectiveness of programs for early identification and treatment of domestic violence against women. The goals of this RFA are to develop new knowledge in the prevention of domestic violence, improve the identification of female patients at risk, and to evaluate outcomes and effectiveness of health care interventions designed to treat domestic violence victims.  

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