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The program supports unexpected and time-sensitive research in five priority areas in substance use epidemiology. Applicants can propose time-sensitive research on: (1) sudden and severe emerging drug issues; (2) emerging marijuana trends; (3) prescription drug abuse; (4) medical system issues; and (5) criminal or juvenile justice opportunities relating to drug abuse and access and provision of health care service.
Despite federal funding efforts, viral hepatitis (Hepatitis B) continues to be a serious threat to the health of Americans. This competition supports seven collaborative partnerships between community-based nonprofits, health departments and community health centers, to scale-up testing and care services and ultimately reach HHS’ goal to eliminate Hepatitis B.
The program supports research on the impact of environmental exposures impact humans at the cellular level. The objective is to improve treatment for diseases caused by environmental exposures.
The program supports research education activities in mission areas of NIH’s National Human Genome Research Institute. The over-arching goal is to develop advanced level courses to disseminate new knowledge, techniques, methods and analyses.
These funds go to ensure rural communities have broadband services to foster economic growth and enhance educational, health care and public safety services. Applicants from extremely rural areas will receive preference.
The program tests whether payments for integrated service delivery across behavioral health, physical health and other child services reduces Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program expenditures and improves the quality of care for covered children. The InCK model will assist states and local communities in addressing priority health concerns for children, such as behavioral health challenges, including opioid and other substance use, and the effects of opioid use on families.
The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative targets the most significant environmental problems in the Great Lakes ecosystem by funding and implementing federal projects that address these problems.
NIH’s National Institute of Mental Health seeks applications for pilot projects to evaluate interventions to improve ADHD treatment for children, adolescents and young adults. An emphasis is placed on trials going beyond seeking incremental gains in intervention effects, and instead taking a theory-driven, empirical approach to applying modifications.
The program supports educational activities to enhance the training of the biomedical, behavioral and clinical cancer research workforces. It is a part of an initiative to establish the “NCI Awardee Skills Development Consortium” to provide opportunities for current NCI grantees to enhance their skills in areas critical to successful independent academic cancer research careers.
Through this competition, NIH’s Agency for Health Care Research and Quality will create Patient Safety Learning Laboratories. These learning laboratories will be places and networks where transdisciplinary teams identify closely related threats to diagnostic or treatment efforts associated with a high burden of harm and cost.
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