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Occupational Safety and Health Education and Research Centers (T42) - PAR-15-303

Organization: CDC 

Posting Date: 07-21-2015 

Expiration Date: 10-21-2019 

Activity Code: T42 

Summary: The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), invites grant applications for funding Education and Research Centers (ERCs) that are focused on occupational safety and health training, research training, education and outreach. NIOSH is mandated to provide an adequate supply of qualified personnel to carry out the purposes of the Occupational Safety and Health Act, and the ERCs are one of the principal means for meeting this mandate. ERCs are academic institutions that provide high-quality interdisciplinary graduate training, research training, continuing education, and outreach in the core occupational safety and health disciplines of industrial hygiene (IH), occupational health nursing (OHN), occupational medicine residency (OMR), and occupational safety (OS), as well as closely related allied disciplines. Research and research training are integral components of ERCs, with ERC faculty and NIOSH trainees conducting research on issues related to the NIOSH National Occupational Research Agenda (NORA). The ERCs also serve as regional resources for industry, labor, government, and the public. 

Clinical Studies of Safety and Effectiveness of Orphan Products Research Project Grant (R01) - RFA-FD-15-001

Organization: FDA 

Posting Date: 10-20-2014 

Expiration Date: 02-08-2018 

Activity Code: R01 

Summary: The goal of FDA's OPD grant program is to support the clinical development of products for use in rare diseases or conditions where no current therapy exists or where the product being developed will be superior to the existing therapy. FDA provides grants for clinical studies on safety and/or effectiveness that will either result in, or substantially contribute to, market approval of these products. Applicants must include in the application's Background and Significance section documentation to support the assertion that the orphan disease or condition to be studied is a rare disease or condition and an explanation of how the proposed study will either help support product approval or provide essential data needed for product development.  

Enhancing Regulatory Science for the Risk Based Assessment of Emerging Manufacturing Technologies (U01) - PAR-15-187

Organization: FDA 

Posting Date: 04-17-2015 

Expiration Date: 05-01-2019 

Activity Code: U01 

Summary: The goal of this program is to support the advancement of regulatory science that can facilitate the implementation and the assessment of emerging manufacturing technology in the pharmaceutical sector. Emerging manufacturing technology can be viewed as a technology that has the potential to modernize the pharmaceutical manufacturing body of knowledge to support more robust, predictable, and/or cost-effective processes and with which the FDA has limited review or inspection experiences, due to its relative novelty. Examples of such elements include an innovative or novel: (1) product manufacturing technology, such as the dosage form; (2) manufacturing process (e.g., design, scale-up, and/or commercial scale); and/or (3) testing technology.  

Integrated Food Defense & Emergency Response Cooperative Agreement Program IFD&ER (U18) - RFA-FD-15-022

Organization: FDA 

Posting Date: 05-04-2015 

Expiration Date: 04-03-2019 

Activity Code: U18 

Summary: The Integrated Food Defense & Emergency Response Cooperative Agreement Program (IFD&ER CAP) grant awards are designed to generate food defense tools and resources that are easily replicated and can complement, aid in the development of, and/or improve State, local, Tribal and territorial (SLTT) food defense programs through unique, innovative, and reproducible projects . The known overlap between food safety (unintentional contamination) and food defense (intentional contamination) is extensive. And the pools of resources available are vast and sometimes difficult to locate and implement. As the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) recognizes the evolution of the relationship between food safety and food defense, it is critical that these programs be integrated to the maximum extent possible in order to ensure the most efficient use of resources, as well as to optimize responses to incidents and events. 

Integrated Food Safety System Online Collaboration Development (U18) - RFA-FD-15-024

Organization: FDA 

Posting Date: 05-06-2015 

Expiration Date: 07-16-2105 

Activity Code: U18 

Summary: The Office of Regulatory Affairs, in coordination with FDAs Office of Foods, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, and Center for Veterinary Medicine, is soliciting a cooperative grant proposal to expedite program development to support critical federal-state collaboration necessary to plan and implement an integrated food safety system. 

NARMS Cooperative Agreement Program to Enhance and Strengthen Antibiotic Resistance Surveillance in Retail Food Specimens (U01) - PAR-16-099

Organization: FDA 

Posting Date: 02-12-2016 

Expiration Date: 05-02-2020 

Activity Code: U01 

Summary: This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) issued by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM), builds upon the National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System (NARMS) which was initiated in 1996 as one of the key activities in a national action plan to combat antibiotic resistance threats. The purpose of this FOA is 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. 

Vet-LIRN Cooperative Agreement Program to Develop and Validate Testing Methods for Food Irradiation Specific Markers in Animal Feeds and Treats (U18) - PAR-16-132

Organization: FDA 

Posting Date: 03-15-2016 

Expiration Date: 05-02-2018 

Activity Code: U18 

Summary: Food irradiation is a food preservation method which is used in many countries, both in human and animal food manufacturing. Treating food with irradiation results in large reduction in microbial contamination and insect pests. It is also useful in slowing ripening of fruit and for inhibiting sprouting of plant products.In USA, the FDA regulates all aspects of irradiation, such as irradiation dose, product type, and labeling requirements.The use of irradiation requires development of analytical methods capable to determine the irradiation status of wide variety of foods, in order to ensure that food is properly labeled, as well as to insure that products were properly handled during irradiation process.Current FDA regulations allow a maximum absorbed dose of 50 kGy in animal feed, pet food, and treats that are irradiated to reduce microbial and insect pest contamination.There are however, very few tests, with limited application, to quantify the actual dose used when irradiating animal food products. Depending on the type of food, various methods are available to detect food irradiation. For fatty foods, the major methods are based on chemical determination of compounds formed from the irradiation of lipids (hydrocarbons and 2-alkylcyclobutanones). It is believed that 2-alkylcyclobutanones (2-ACBs) are formed in food only by irradiation, and they are considered as markers for detecting the irradiation in food.Electron spin resonance (ESP) spectroscopy detects irradiation induced paramagnetic centers (e.g. radicals). This method is applicable for detection of irradiated foods containing bone, cellulose or crystalline sugar. Thermoluminescence is a method applicable to those foods from which a sufficient amount of silicate minerals can be isolated. Photostimulated luminescence is a different method, which can be applied to detect irradiation of any food which contains mineral debris. DNA comet assay can be used to detect irradiation of any food containing DNA, with several limitations. Different microbiological methods are also available, but can only be used as a screening tool. 

State and Territory Cooperative Agreement to Enhance Produce Safety in Preparation of Implementation of FDA's Rule: Standards for the Growing, Harvesting, Packing, & Holding of Produce for Human Consumption (U18) - PAR-16-137

Organization: FDA 

Posting Date: 03-17-2016 

Expiration Date: 04-04-2019 

Activity Code: U18 

Summary: The overall purpose of this FOA is to establish or enhance State and Territory Produce Safety Programs to encourage the safe production of fresh fruits and vegetables and to promote compliance with the requirements of FDAs Regulation Standards for the Growing, Harvesting, Packing, and Holding of Produce for Human Consumption (commonly referred to as the Produce Safety Rule). 

Collaborating Centers of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation (U01) - RFA-FD-16-036

Organization: FDA 

Posting Date: 04-20-2016 

Expiration Date: 05-23-2020 

Activity Code: U01 

Summary: As part of FDA's Advancing Regulatory Science Initiative, the Office of the Chief Scientist supports innovation aimed at development of new tools, standards, and approaches to assess the safety, efficacy, quality, and performance of FDA-regulated products. This funding opportunity will provide support for one or more Centers of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation (CERSIs), which will serve to advance the Agency's regulatory science goals through cutting-edge research, state-of -the-art training/educational programs and collaborative interactions including scientific exchanges, workshops and seminars. This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) will provide support, depending on availability of FDA funding, for: 1) competing continuation of existing CERSIs and 2) establishment of one or more new CERSIs. 

FDA Scientific Conference Grant Program (R13) - PAR-16-378

Organization: FDA 

Posting Date: 07-27-2016 

Expiration Date: 10-12-2019 

Activity Code: R13 

Summary: The purpose of the FDA (R13) Scientific Conference Grant Program is to facilitate the provision of federal financial assistance in support of small conferences and scientific meetings clearly aligned with the FDA mission. The FDA recognizes the value of supporting high quality, small conferences and scientific meetings relevant to its mission and to the public health. A small conference or scientific meeting is defined as a symposium, seminar, workshop, or any formal meeting, whether conducted face-to-face or virtually to exchange information and explore a defined subject, issue, or area of concern impacting the public's health within the scope of the FDA's mission. Permission to submit a conference grant application does not assure funding or funding at the level requested. FDA will not issue a conference grant award unless it can be issued before the conference start date.  

CVM Vet-LIRN Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory Program (U18) - PAR-17-141

Organization: FDA 

Posting Date: 01-27-2017 

Expiration Date: 02-16-2019 

Activity Code: U18 

Summary: The purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is to solicit applications from institutions/ organizations for inclusion into FDA's Veterinary Laboratory Investigation and Response Network Cooperative Agreement Program for Veterinary Diagnostic laboratories. This cooperative agreement program is intended to build domestic laboratory capacity as put forth in the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), by developing the Vet-LIRN laboratory Network capabilities and capacity to investigate potential animal foodborne illness outbreaks. 

Maintenance and Enhancement of ISO/IEC 17025 Accreditation and Whole Genome Sequencing for State Food Testing Laboratories (U18) - RFA-FD-17-010

Organization: FDA 

Posting Date: 02-27-2017 

Expiration Date: 04-18-2018 

Activity Code: U18 

Summary: The intended outcome of this cooperative agreement is to advance the goal of a national food safety system by supporting and enhancing state food laboratory activities including: 1) Ensuring microbiological and chemical food analyses performed on behalf of the State manufactured food regulatory programs are conducted within the scope of an International Organization for Standardization (ISO)/ International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 17025 accredited laboratory; 2) Strengthening the collaboration between the laboratories and State manufactured food regulatory programs; 3) Increasing the number of State samples collected and analyzed for surveillance purposes annually; 4) Developing a stronger international rapid surveillance system for pathogen traceback through the GenomeTrackr network using a minimum set of metadata fields for all food and environmental isolates; and 5) Providing additional support to the State food laboratories through an outside association to offer trainings, workshops, and educational resources to both awardees under this cooperative agreement and to unfunded laboratories seeking ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation.  

Flexible Funding Model - Infrastructure Development and Maintenance for State Manufactured Food Regulatory Programs (U18) - RFA-FD-18-001

Organization: FDA 

Posting Date: 10-31-2017 

Expiration Date: 12-02-2021 

Activity Code: U18 

Summary: The intended outcome of this FOA is to advance efforts for a nationally integrated food safety system (IFSS) by supporting Manufactured Food Regulatory Program Standards (MFRPS), Rapid Response Teams (RRT) and Food Protection Task Force (FPTF) programs, as well as special projects. For the purposes of this FOA, the term State encompasses all eligible organizations as defined in Section 3. 

Pediatric Device Consortia Grants Program (P50) - RFA-FD-18-004

Organization: FDA 

Posting Date: 01-12-2018 

Expiration Date: 03-08-2018 

Activity Code: P50 

Summary: The intended goal of this FOA is to facilitate the development, production, and distribution of pediatric medical devices. Although the FOA is issued by the FDA's Office of Orphan Products Development, the grant application is intended to encompass devices for all pediatric diseases and conditions, not just those that are rare. Applicants will request funding to serve as a nonprofit consortium to provide expert advising and support services to innovators of pediatric medical devices. The advising and services will focus on the total product life cycle for medical devices from concept, through pre-market development, to commercialization, and replacement by subsequent generation of devices. In addition, consortia should also provide expertise on evidence generation, including use of real world evidence, for pediatric device development. The pediatric population (i.e., neonates, infants, children, and adolescents) for medical devices is defined as individuals who are younger than 22 years of age (that is, from birth through the twenty-first year of life not including the twenty-second birthday) at the time of diagnosis or treatment. 

International Research Ethics Education and Curriculum Development Award (R25) - PAR-16-081

Organization: FIC 

Posting Date: 01-13-2016 

Expiration Date: 05-18-2018 

Activity Code: R25 

Summary: The NIH Research Education Program (R25) supports research education activities in the mission areas of the NIH. The goal of this FIC R25 program is to support educational activities that foster a better understanding of biomedical, behavioral and clinical research and its implications, by strengthening research ethics capacity in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) through increasing the number of LMIC research intensive institutions that can provide advanced education in research ethics. Programs supported by this initiative will equip scientists, health professionals and academics in these countries with in-depth knowledge of the ethical principles, processes and policies related to international clinical and public health research. Programs should be designed to strengthen the critical competencies needed to provide research ethics education, ethical review leadership and expert consultation to LMIC researchers, their institutions, governments and international research organizations.  

Fogarty HIV Research Training Program for Low-and Middle-Income Country Institutions (D43) - PAR-16-279

Organization: FIC 

Posting Date: 05-23-2016 

Expiration Date: 08-24-2018 

Activity Code: D43 

Summary: The purpose of this FOA is to encourage applications for research training programs to strengthen the scientific capacity of institutions in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) to conduct HIV research relevant to the evolving HIV epidemic in their country. 

Planning Grant for Fogarty HIV Research Training Program for Low-and Middle-Income Country Institutions (D71) - PAR-16-281

Organization: FIC 

Posting Date: 05-23-2016 

Expiration Date: 08-24-2018 

Activity Code: D71 

Summary: The Fogarty HIV Research Training Program supports research training that strengthens HIV research capacity of institutions in low-and middle-income countries (LMIC). This FOA offers an opportunity for LMIC institutions to submit a planning grant application to participate in the Fogarty HIV Research Training Program. These applications must propose a plan to develop a research training program and the subsequent application that will be submitted in response to the companion D43 FOA (PAR-16-279). The planned research training program should strengthen research capacity in a defined high priority HIV scientific area (NOT-OD-15-137) at a specific LMIC institution or at LMIC sites in an established HIV research network.  

Infrastructure Development Training Programs for Critical HIV Research at Low-and Middle-Income Country Institutions (G11) - PAR-16-280

Organization: FIC 

Posting Date: 05-23-2016 

Expiration Date: 08-24-2018 

Activity Code: G11 

Summary: The overall goal of the Fogarty International Center (FIC) HIV Research Training Program is to strengthen the scientific capacity of institutions in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) to conduct HIV research on the evolving HIV epidemic in their countries. 

Mobile Health: Technology and Outcomes in Low and Middle Income Countries (R21) - PAR-16-292

Organization: FIC 

Posting Date: 05-26-2016 

Expiration Date: 09-01-2018 

Activity Code: R21 

Summary: The purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is to encourage exploratory/developmental research applications that propose to conduct 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. 

International Bioethics Research Training Program (D43) - PAR-16-454

Organization: FIC 

Posting Date: 09-29-2016 

Expiration Date: 05-18-2018 

Activity Code: D43 

Summary: The overall goal of this initiative is to support the development of a sustainable critical mass of bioethics scholars in low and middle income country (LMIC) research intensive institutions with the capabilities to conduct original empirical or conceptual ethics research that addresses challenging issues in health research and research policy in these countries as well as provide research ethics leadership to their institutions, governments and international research organizations. FIC will support LMIC-U.S. collaborative institutional bioethics doctoral and postdoctoral research training programs that incorporate didactic, mentored research and training components to prepare a number of individuals with ethics expertise for positions of scholarship and leadership in health research institutions in the LMIC.  

Emerging Global Leader Award (K43) - PAR-17-001

Organization: FIC 

Posting Date: 10-04-2016 

Expiration Date: 12-15-2018 

Activity Code: K43 

Summary: The purpose of the Fogarty Emerging Global Leader Award is to provide research support and protected time (three to five years) to an early career research scientist from a low- or middle-income country (LMIC) who holds a junior faculty position at an LMIC academic or research institution, as defined by the World Bank (http://data.worldbank.org/about/country-classifications/country-and-lending-groups, including low-income, lower-middle-income, and upper-middle-income countries). This intensive, mentored research career development experience is expected to lead to an independently funded research career at the LMIC institution or in another LMIC. This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) invites applications from LMIC scientists from any health-related discipline who propose career development activities and a research project that is relevant to the health priorities of their country under the mentorship of LMIC and U.S. mentors. 

Global Infectious Disease Research Training Program (D43) - PAR-17-057

Organization: FIC 

Posting Date: 11-17-2016 

Expiration Date: 07-26-2019 

Activity Code: D43 

Summary: This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) encourages applications for the Global Infectious Disease (GID) Research Training Program from U.S. and low- and middle-income country (LMIC) institutions. The application should propose a collaborative training program that will strengthen the capacity of an LMIC institution to conduct infectious disease research. FIC will support research-training programs that focus on major endemic or life-threatening emerging infectious diseases, neglected tropical diseases, infections that frequently occur as co-infections in HIV infected individuals or infections associated with non-communicable disease conditions of public health importance in LMICs.  

Planning Grant for Global Infectious Disease Research Training Program (D71) - PAR-17-058

Organization: FIC 

Posting Date: 11-17-2016 

Expiration Date: 07-26-2019 

Activity Code: D71 

Summary: This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) encourages applications for a planning grant from institutions in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) to design a Global Infectious Disease (GID) Research Training Program in collaboration with U.S. institutions. The application should propose a collaborative process to design a training program that will strengthen the capacity of the LMIC institution to conduct infectious disease research. Planning grants should describe a detailed vision for a research-training program that focuses on a major endemic or life-threatening emerging infectious disease, neglected tropical disease, infections that frequently occur as a co-infection in HIV infected individuals or infections associated with non-communicable disease conditions of public health importance in LMICs.  

Planning for Non-Communicable Diseases and Disorders Research Training Programs in Low and Middle Income Countries (D71) - PAR-17-097

Organization: FIC 

Posting Date: 12-22-2016 

Expiration Date: 03-15-2019 

Activity Code: D71 

Summary: This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) for research training program planning invites submissions from low- and middle-income country (LMIC) institution(s) with existing research and research training capacity in chronic, non-communicable diseases and disorders (NCDs). These institutions must propose to assess needs and develop a plan for a research training program within the LMIC(s) that will further strengthen the capacity of LMIC individuals, institution(s) and country(ies) to identify NCD priorities and conduct NCD research across the lifespan. The application from the LMIC institution(s) may include collaboration with United States (U.S) institutions and other LMIC institutions as justified and appropriate.  

Global Brain and Nervous System Disorders Research Across the Lifespan (R21) - PAR-17-313

Organization: FIC 

Posting Date: 06-13-2017 

Expiration Date: 11-08-2019 

Activity Code: R21 

Summary: This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) encourages exploratory/developmental research grant applications, proposing the development of innovative, collaborative research projects on brain and other nervous system function and disorders throughout life, relevant to low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Research on neurological, mental, behavioral, alcohol and substance use disorders may span the full range of science from basic to implementation research. Scientists in the United States (U.S.) or upper-middle income countries (UMICs) are eligible to partner with scientists in LMIC institutions. 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 used are as defined by the World Bank at http://data.worldbank.org/about/country-classifications/country-and-lending-groups. 

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