August 13, 2020
PAR-20-179 - Advancing Research to Develop Improved Measures and Methods for Understanding Multimorbidity (R01 Clinical Trial Optional)
PAR-20-180 - Identifying Innovative Mechanisms or Interventions that Target Multimorbidity and Its Consequences (R01 Clinical Trial Optional)
Division of Program Coordination, Planning and Strategic Initiatives, Office of Disease Prevention (ODP)
The NIH Office of Disease Prevention (ODP) and the participating NIH Institutes and Centers are sponsoring a technical assistance webinar that will be held on Tuesday, September 1, 2020, from 12:30 – 2:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) for all prospective applicants interested in the following Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs):
This webinar will provide an overview of the two NIH Multimorbidity FOAs. These FOAs are soliciting innovative research to better understand, measure, and intervene on multimorbidity, or multiple chronic conditions.
During the webinar, staff from the NIH will provide an overview of the FOAs and answer questions from prospective applicants. Participation in the webinar is not a prerequisite to applying. All interested individuals will need to register in advance to participate in the webinar. Registration information can be accessed on the Multimorbidity Funding Opportunity Announcements Technical Assistance Webinar webpage.
We highly encourage prospective applicants to submit general questions in advance by emailing email@example.com. We will prioritize these questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar. While an effort will be made to include all questions in the webinar, it is possible that not all questions will be addressed during the event due to time constraints.
Prospective applicants who are unable to participate in the webinar are encouraged to view the recorded webinar video, presentation slides, and frequently asked questions. All of these materials will be posted on the ODP website approximately 1 week after the event.
If you have questions about the webinar, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Melissa C. Green Parker, PhD
Office of Disease Prevention (ODP)