Federal & Foundation Assistance Monitor

Federal Funding

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Studies to Focus on Chemobrain

The program funds research on cognitive impairment following cancer treatment, often referred to as chemobrain. NIH believes better understanding of the cognitive changes following exposure to chemotherapy and treatments can improve survivorship care plans.

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$160M to Create Charter Schools

This specific program awards grants to state educational agencies on a competitive basis to enable them to conduct charter school programs in their states.

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Refugees to Set Goals

The grantees will establish and manage IDAs for low-income refugees, who will set specific saving goals. These include home ownership, business capitalization, vehicles for educational or work purposes, professional certification and education.

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Institutions to Strengthen Humanities Programs

These programs strengthen and enrich humanities education at HBCUs, HSIs and tribal colleges and universities. Funds can be used to enhance existing or develop new humanities programs.

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Scholarships to Improve STEM Workforce

The program encourages talented STEM college students and professionals to become K-12 mathematics and science teachers. Colleges, universities and nonprofits receive the funding and use it to support scholarships, stipends and academic programs for undergraduate and graduate STEM students, who must commit to teaching in high-need K-12 school districts.

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Research to Involve Pediatric Measures

The program supports research that includes new child health quality measures developed by the Pediatric Quality Measures Program-Centers of Excellence.

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Studies to Target Viral Rebound

The program supports research on understanding specific mechanisms, biomarkers, and pathways associated with rebound of HIV in the blood. Research should focus on viral rebound in patients who have received some type of treatment or intervention.

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Underrepresented to Receive Experience

NIDDK supports educational activities that enhance the diversity of the biomedical, behavioral and clinical research workforce. STEP-UP supports national summer research experience programs for both high school and undergraduate students for eight to ten weeks.

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Research to Focus on HIV Vaccine

The program supports research that uses Messenger RNA to develop an HIV vaccine. Such technologies should have commercial potential.

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Tribes to Assess Health Care

The program supports tribes in identifying relevant health status indicators and priorities using sound epidemiologic principles. Proposals must incorporate the grantee’s desired objectives and demonstrate at minimum, four of the seven Tribal Epidemiology Center core functional areas as outlined in the Indian Health Care Improvement Act.

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