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NIH Guide: ADDITIONAL NIDA SUPPORT MECHANISM

ADDITIONAL NIDA SUPPORT MECHANISM

NIH GUIDE, Volume 23, Number 15, April 15, 1994



P.T. 34



Keywords:

  Grants Administration/Policy+ 

  Clinical Medicine, General 

  Drugs/Drug Abuse 



National Institute on Drug Abuse



Effective with the June 1, 1994, receipt date, the National Institute

on Drug Abuse (NIDA) will accept applications utilizing the

Cooperative Clinical Research (R10) mechanism.  The R10 mechanism is

used to support clinical evaluation of various methods of therapy

and/or prevention in specific disease areas.  These represent

cooperative programs between participating institutions and principal

investigators and are usually conducted under established protocols.



INQUIRIES



Further information may be obtained from:



Ms. Eleanor Friedenberg

Office of Extramural Program Review

National Institute on Drug Abuse

5600 Fishers Lane

Rockville, MD  20857

Telephone:  (301) 443-2755



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