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The purpose of this Notice is to provide guidance to the extramural research community for the implementation of the Use of a Single Institutional Review Board for Cooperative Research under the Revised Common Rule at 45 CFR 46.114(b).
This website provides links to funding opportunities generated by NCCOR members and others, such as universities and nonprofit organizations
The NIH Data Book (NDB) provides basic summary statistics on extramural grants and contract awards, grant applications, the organizations that NIH supports, the trainees and fellows supported through NIH programs, and the national biomedical workforce.
AHRQ will support two types of institutional research training and career development grants in FY 2010. These projects will focus on preparing new investigators to conduct comparative effectiveness research.
The APA-IUPsyS Global Mental Health Fellowship provides a unique opportunity for a psychologist to contribute to the work of World Health Organization (WHO), in the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse (MSD) for a period of one year. The fellow will focus on one or more issues related to the WHO Mental Health Action Plan.
Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for unpaid APHA internships that offer practical work experience.
The Association for Prevention Teaching and Research (APTR) offers field placements for preventive medicine residents and primary care residents with the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) Program, based at the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). The clinical preventive medicine rotation at AHRQ gives Preventive Medicine and Primary Care residents an in-depth experience in the process of developing evidence-based recommendations.
Fellowship opportunities in public health and preventive medicine interest areas are available with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) through the APTR Preventive Medicine and Public Health Fellowship Program.
The two-year fellowships at ARG provide research training in the study of alcohol and drug use and problems, and are oriented toward the pursuit of basic and applied socio-behavioral and epidemiological research. Research is focused on the study of the prevalence, distribution, etiology, and treatment of alcohol abuse, alcohol dependence, alcohol-related problems, drug use, and drug-related problems. Health disparities are a central theme of both the training program and ARG broadly.
This fellowship program seeks to apply the content expertise, mentoring, and educational infrastructure at selected COIN sites to provide advanced interprofessional training opportunities for physicians and associated health professionals in innovative health services research, implementation science, and healthcare system improvement.
The purpose of this individual postdoctoral research training fellowship is to enhance the research training of promising postdoctoral candidates who have the potential to become productive, independent investigators in health services research, with a research interest in areas and priorities relevant to the mission of AHRQ.
The overall purpose of the ABEM Emergency Medicine Fellowship is to provide talented, early-career health science scholars in emergency medicine with the opportunity to experience and participate in evidence-based healthcare or public health studies that improve the care and access to care of patients in domestic and global health care systems.
The Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program supports developing a better healthcare workforce for older adults by integrating geriatrics with primary care, maximizing older adult and family engagement in health and care, and transforming the healthcare system.
The Center provides funding and on-site mentorship for Native masters and doctoral students in public health, medicine, and nursing at Johns Hopkins University. Scholarship support is based on availability of funding and may include support, in full or in part, for tuition, stipend, books and tutoring services.
Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity is a one-year global fellowship program based at the George Washington University Health Workforce Institute in Washington, DC to develop global leaders who understand the foundations of health inequity and have the knowledge, skills, and courage to build more equitable organizations and communities.
CBO summer internships provide an excellent opportunity for graduate students in economics, public policy, health policy, or finance to participate in CBO's analysis and to observe budget and economic policymaking at close hand. These paid internships are located in Washington, D.C. and normally last 10 weeks.
Information about a national leadership development program for practitioners from diverse ﬁelds of health care.
This elective is intended for students who are interested in population-level health services research and disability-related public health issues. Previous coursework in research methods is helpful, but not required. Selection is based upon evidence of motivation to explore a breadth of topics included in health services research and appreciate potential policy implications. Applicants must possess good standing in medical school.
Culture of Health Leaders is a three-year leadership development opportunity for people working in every ﬁeld and profession who want to use their inﬂuence to advance health and equity.
The Delivery System Science Fellowship provides a year-long professional development opportunity for highly qualified, doctorally-prepared individuals to gain more applied experience in a delivery system setting. The goal of the DSSF Fellowship is to provide hands-on training and professional opportunities for highly qualified researchers with a background in health services research (HSR) or related fields to enhance analytic skills and ultimately increase the capacity of the HSR workforce.
The CDC E-learning Institute (ELI) is designed to cultivate skills of public health training professionals with limited experience designing or developing e-learning products. Through partnership with the Public Health FoundationExternal, ELI is a six-month online fellowship that offers access to CDC-developed materials and subject matter experts, as well as the opportunity to learn from peers in a positive, experiential environment.
Two-year fellowship program that provides an opportunity for health professionals and scientists to receive training and experience at the FDA.
Commonwealth Fund fellowship programs are designed to give promising young researchers the opportunity for in-depth study of various health care policy topics, working with investigators, policy analysts, government officials, and others in a number of U.S. and international settings.
The purpose of the Gilbert S. Omenn Fellowship is to enable talented, early-career scholars combining biomedical science and population health to participate actively in health- and medicine-related study process of the National Academies, promoting the integration of public health and medicine-both scientifically and through practice and policy.
The purpose of the Greenwall Fellowship in Bioethics is to provide talented, early-career bioethics scholars with the opportunity to experience and participate in evidence-based healthcare or public health studies and policy-making process that improve the care and access to care of patients in domestic and global health care systems.
Program provides training at the postdoctoral level in interdisciplinary research that addresses disparities in health status and health outcomes among minority populations with an emphasis on maternal/child, adolescent and family health.
A program that provides training at the postdoctoral level in interdisciplinary research that addresses disparities in health status and health outcomes among minority populations with an emphasis on maternal/child, adolescent and family health.
As a core area of the Center for the Study of Asian American Health, HDRTP provides training, outreach, and research opportunities for students and health professionals to gain knowledge and skills to address Asian American health disparities.
The Health Equity Internship Program was created to support the diversification of the public health and health-related workforce. Federal, regional, state and local health agencies provide real-world work experience to undergraduate and graduate students for 12 weeks to complete health equity projects in the areas of HIV, Cancer, Obesity, Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, Lupus, Nutrition, Mental Health, Program Planning, Health Policy, Tobacco, Injury/Violence Prevention, Aging and more.
A leadership development opportunity for second-year full-time doctoral students from underrepresented populations and/or disadvantaged backgrounds, those who want to apply their research to advance health and equity, and their innovation to help build a Culture of Health.
Program offers two different tracks for individual placement: (1) a residential track that includes a nine-to-12-month placement in Washington, D.C. or at a state agency; (2) a non-residential track that includes a health policy project and brief placement(s) throughout the year at relevant sites. The project may be focused at a global, federal, state or community level.
A three-year leadership development opportunity for teams of researchers and community partners to use the power of applied research-informing and supporting critical work being done in communities-to accelerate that work and advance health and equity.
The purpose of the Puffer/ABFM Fellowship at the NAM is to enable talented, early-career health policy and science scholars in family medicine to participate actively in health- and medicine-related work of the National Academies and to further their careers as future leaders in the field.
A 12-week doctoral fellowship where fellows will work on their own independent research project that intersects with one of MPR's focus areas, including behavioral health, care delivery, Medicaid and CHIP, population health, quality measurement, and state health policy.
This fellowship ia a two-week program is designed to better inform residents about reimbursement and medical policy issues, including development of new CPT codes, the valuation process, national and local Medicare coverage of radiology and radiation oncology procedures, and coverage by third-party payers and managed care organizations.
Interactive job board for online employment connections with a focus on local health departments and public health professions. Employers can post jobs online and search for qualified candidates. Job seekers can learn about employers and employment opportunities in public health, post resumes, browse and view available jobs.
The NAM Fellowship program allows early-career health science scholars to participate in evidence-based health care or public health studies that affect the health of the American people.
A one-year fellowship designed to encourage the use of NCHS data systems and programs by the health services research community in response to current health policy questions, and provide a basis for future health policy. Each year, the program recruits one (1) fellow (preferably a senior investigator at the associate professor level, tenured or non-tenured) from the field of health services and policy research to conduct research on-site at NCHS for up to twelve months using the NCHS restricted data files, especially taking advantage of the Center’s linked data files.
A year-long, part-time funded program at the National Cancer Institute. The program seeks to provide scientists working in the field of health services or healthcare delivery research with protected time to develop new research directions that advance both their own career goals and the field more broadly.
Trains primary care physicians for academic careers with an emphasis on research.
The National Leadership Academy for the Public's Health (NLAPH) began in 2011 to provide training to four-person multi-sector teams from across the country to advance their leadership skills and achieve health equity in their community. The one-year program uses an experiential learning process including webinars, a multi-day retreat, coaching support, peer networking, and an applied population health project.
A two-year, post-doctoral fellowship program has been announced. The fellowship would expose fellows to conducting policy research in non-academic environments.
Program exposes health professions students to influential public health professionals and prepares them to be leaders in addressing population health challenges at the national and community level. APTR selects up to 40 students each year from health professions schools who exhibit a desire to learn and integrate public health into their future clinical practice.
Opportunity for experienced health professionals and behavioral and social scientists from academic faculties and nonprofit healthcare organizations to receive a comprehensive orientation with the nation's preeminent health policy leaders followed by a full-time work assignment on Capital Hill.
This fellowship program is directed at senior scholars, and is intended to offer participants the opportunity to work on AcademyHealth programs in Washington, D.C.
The Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP) is a free summer enrichment program focused on improving access to information and resources for college students interested in the health professions.
This Fellowship is designed to prepare for physicians for leadership roles in formulating and promoting health policies and practices that improve the access to high quality care at the national, state, and/or local levels for the minority, disadvantaged, and most vulnerable populations.
This program provides stipends for outstanding medical, dental, public health, public policy, and graduate nursing students to conduct summer research projects on some aspect of health care delivery transformation for vulnerable populations and/or early childhood health and development, with an emphasis on policy implications.
Mission is to offer scholars opportunities to be leaders who can apply knowledge and methods of health care improvement to the care of veterans; innovate and continually improve health care; teach health professionals about health care improvement; and, perform research and develop new knowledge for the ongoing improvement of the quality and value of health care services.
The Fellowship Program is a two-year service and training program designed for masters prepared individuals in public health and allied sciences.
YHEMOP provides Health Equity Fellowships to undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students interested in a career in health. These fellowships provide hands on, "in the field" learning opportunities through short-term placements in diverse organizations or institutions that promote health equity and/or addresses health disparities.
The California Endowment makes grants to organizations and institutions that directly benefit the health and well-being of Californians. Support is provided to nonprofit organizations with a valid tax exemption status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and that are classified as a public charity and not as a "private foundation" under Section 509(a). If a proposal is from an unincorporated collaboration or community project, tax exemption verification and a letter of agreement signed by a lead applicant agency that is eligible for funding are required.
This resource is designed to assist applicants and grantees by providing guidelines, answers to frequently asked questions, and related forms.
CIHR provides funding opportunities for four themes of health research including health systems services, social, cultural, environmental and population health.
NNPHI offers direct funding opportunities (as available) for NNPHI members, as well as public health systems partners for national, state, and local public health system initiatives.
Listing of opportunities offered by the NY Department of Health.
Summaries of funding programs provided by RAC.
The Trust issues requests for proposals (RFP) and welcomes responses from nonprofit organizations and governmental entities across Colorado.
The Fund supports the development of model projects, sponsors research to analyze systemic problems, and fosters innovative solutions. Beneficiaries of the Fund's grants include not-for-profit and public hospitals, nursing homes, and health care, academic, and public interest organizations.
Alliance Healthcare Foundation's grant-making activities focus strategically on funding organizations whose programs benefit those under 250% of poverty, the uninsured and underinsured, children and the homeless.
The NIHCM Foundation Health Care Research Award recognizes outstanding published work from researchers furthering innovation in health care financing, delivery and organization or the implementation of health care policy.
Candid is compiling a list of funds specifically established in the wake of coronavirus. The list focuses on funds hosted at US-based foundations that serve nonprofits, though others outside of this criteria may appear as well.
DASH CIC-START aims to help multi-sector collaborations catalyze their efforts to share and use data to improve health and build a culture of health in their communities. Up to 15 CIC-START contracts of up to $25,000 will be available to local collaborations yearly to support targeted, short-term activities that build skills and capacity at the community or regional level.
Program provides funding for advanced multi-sector community health data sharing initiatives.
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation is a private foundation located in California that invests in and takes smart risks with innovative people and organizations to improve the lives of children, enable the creative pursuit of science, advance reproductive health, and conserve and restore earth's natural systems.
These awards support projects that encourage active integration of patients, caregivers, clinicians, and other healthcare stakeholders as integral members of the patient-centered outcomes research/clinical effectiveness research (PCOR/CER) enterprise.
The program will fund innovative studies to address the gaps in knowledge on health and well-being, with a particular focus health equity.
Doctoral and faculty grants to fund studies to develop, refine, evaluate, or disseminate innovative interventions designed to prevent or ameliorate major social, psychological, behavioral or public health problems affecting children, adults, couples, families, or communities, or studies that have the potential for adding significantly to knowledge about such problems.
The latest funding opportunities from RWJF.
The Healthcare Connect Fund (HCF) Program provides a 65% discount on eligible broadband connectivity expenses for eligible rural health care providers.
Investigator Awards in Health Policy Research supports researchers whose crosscutting and innovative ideas promise to contribute meaningfully to improving health and health care policy. The program provides one of the few funding opportunities in the United States for investigator-initiated projects that are broad in scope, innovative in approach, and have national policy relevance.
The Foundation provides grant support in areas that include education for the care of underserved populations.
NIHCM Foundation supports innovative investigator-initiated research with high potential to inform improvements to the U.S. health care system. Projects must advance the existing knowledge base in the areas of health care financing, delivery, management and/or policy.
Available in a map, csv, or pdf format, the website provides a listing of currently funded PCORI projects.
Pew invests in programmatic work to solve today's most challenging problems including improving policy, informing the public and stimulating civic life.
Pioneering Ideas: Exploring the Future to Build a Culture of Health seeks proposals that are primed to influence health equity in the future. RWJF is interested in ideas that address any of these four areas of focus: Future of Evidence; Future of Social Interaction; Future of Food; Future of Work. Additionally, RWJF welcomes ideas that might fall outside of these four focus areas, but which offer unique approaches to advancing health equity and progress toward a Culture of Health.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation provides grants for projects that advance their mission to improve the health and health care of all Americans. The database lists currently awarded grants, and links to a database of past grants.
The Telecommunications (Telecom) Program provides reduced rates to rural health care providers (HCPs) for telecommunications and voice services for the use of telemedicine and telehealth.
Provides funding for cross-collaboration between health systems, health departments, and non-profit community organizations to improve health in their communities.
The Fund supports independent research on health and social issues and makes grants to improve health care practice and policy. We are dedicated to helping people become more informed about their health care and improving care for vulnerable populations such as children, the elderly, low-income families, minorities, and the uninsured.
Health programming focuses explicitly on improving individual and community health, and improving access to and the quality of health care.
The Baxter International Foundation has created The William B. Graham Prize for Health Services Research. The $50,000 annual award will be administered by The Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA) and given to a researcher who has made contributions to improving the health of the public worldwide. Specifically, the award will recognize health services research that has a lasting impact on the healthcare system and the way healthcare is delivered.
The Foundation supports work to improve the settings of youth ages 8 to 25 in the United States. It funds research, and service improvements that emphasize understanding and improving youth's everyday settings such as families, peer groups, schools, youth-serving organizations, and neighborhoods.
HRQ seeks to support conferences that help to further its mission to produce evidence to make health care safer, higher quality, more accessible, equitable and affordable, and to work with HHS and other partners to make sure that the evidence is understood and used
AHRQ supports a broad base of scientific research to promote improvements in clinical and health system practices, including the prevention of diseases and other health conditions.
This FOA solicits individual Mentored Clinical Scientist Research Career Development (K08) grant applications from applicant organizations. The overall goal of AHRQ-supported career development programs is to help ensure that a diverse pool of highly trained health services researchers are available in adequate numbers and in appropriate research areas to address the mission and priorities of AHRQ.
Searchable database of grants funded by AHRQ.
The purpose of this initiative is to support research to design and implement effective interventions to enhance health advantages and reduce the health disparities among US immigrant populations.
The purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement is to support innovative research to understand factors uniquely associated with the immigration experience that contribute to health disparities or health advantages among U.S. immigrant populations.
This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) invites applications that seek to improve the availability, quality, and utility of data and measures that capture multimorbidity or multiple chronic conditions (MCCs) and the methods for analyzing multimorbidity data.
The purpose of this funding opportunity announcement (FOA) is to invite R03 applications to support archiving and documenting existing data sets in order to enable secondary analysis of these data by the scientific community. The priority of this program is to archive data sets within the scientific mission of the NICHD; highest priority is to archive data collected with NICHD support.
Government-wide compendium of all federal programs, projects, services, and activities that provide assistance or benefits to the American public. Users can contact the office that administers a program for application instructions.
Current funding opportunities from NIH Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) are listed on this website.
Information on grants and business opportunities with the CDC.
Cancer control funding opportunities including research involving surveillance, epidemiology, health services, behavioral science and cancer survivorship.
This website provides access to CMS Research & Demonstration grants, for example, the Hispanic Health Services Research grant program and the Historically Black Colleges and Universities grant.
Challenge.gov is a listing of challenge and prize competitions, all of which are run by more than 100 agencies (and more than 170 congressional offices) across federal government. These include technical, scientific, ideation, and creative competitions where the U.S. government seeks innovative solutions from the public, bringing the best ideas and talent together to solve mission-centric problems.
The CTSA Program is designed to develop innovative solutions that will improve the efficiency, quality and impact of the process for turning observations in the laboratory, clinic and community into interventions that improve the health of individuals and the public
Extramural prevention grants, intramural projects, and meetings and workshops to NIH Institutes and Centers (ICs) as well as to other agencies and offices are available for application.
Provides a brief description and key elements of all award mechanisms.
The National Library of Medicine seeks applications for novel informatics and data science approaches that can help individuals gather, manage and use data and information about their personal health. A goal of this program is to advance research and application by patients and the research community through broadly sharing the results via publication, and through open source mechanisms for data or resource sharing.
This video explains the grant application process.
This page provides information on Veterans Administration HSR&D funding programs and research solicitations.
A grant to fund applications to develop, test, and evaluate measures of shared decision making between clinicians and patients that can be used to conduct research in clinical settings.
This FO would support efforts to identify, develop, test, evaluate and/or refine strategies to disseminate and implement evidence-based practices into public health, clinical practice, and community settings
Funding for applications that will identify, develop, test, evaluate and/or refine strategies to disseminate and implement evidence-based practices (e.g. behavioral interventions; prevention, early detection, diagnostic, treatment and disease management interventions; quality improvement programs) into public health, clinical practice, and community settings. In addition, studies to advance dissemination and implementation research methods and measures are encouraged.
This FO would support efforts to identify, develop, test, evaluate and/or refine strategies to disseminate and implement evidence-based practices into public health, clinical practice, and community settings
Grants are available for fundamental and applied research in biomedical informatics and bioinformatics.
The NIH invites qualified health professionals to engage in contracts to participate research aimed at reducing health disparities for two years or more, to apply for participation in the extramural LRP.
AHRQ grant offerings for programmatic research priority areas are listed on this website.
The Office of Minority Health provides support to agencies and organizations in the public and private sectors to eliminate health disparities among racial and ethnic minority populations.
NTIA administers grant programs that further the deployment and use of broadband and other technologies in America, including funding for improved education, public safety, and health care.
Searchable information from all Federal grant-making agencies.
Comprising six bureaus and 12 offices, HRSA provides leadership and financial support to health care providers in every state and U.S. territory. HRSA grantees provide health care to uninsured people, people living with HIV/AIDS, and pregnant women, mothers and children. They train health professionals and improve systems of care in rural communities.
The purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement is to encourage innovative health services research that can directly and demonstrably contribute to the improvement of minority health and/or the reduction of health disparities at the health care system-level as well as within clinical settings.
The goal of this FOA is to promote research that identifies and enhances processes that promote sustainable positive behavior or changes social and cultural norms that influence health and future health behaviors.
The purpose of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' Hispanic Grant Program is to implement Hispanic American health services research activities to meet the needs of diverse CMS beneficiary populations.
This site is an online technical assistance resource, offering webinars, application and submission guidance, as well as tips for writing successful proposals to HRSA.
This Funding Opportunity Announcement solicits applications on health disparities and health services-related research focusing on: 1.) access to treatment; 2.) making treatment more appealing; 3.) costs; 4.) dissemination and implementation. All Applications are expected to emphasize health disparities in addition to the other four areas of focus mentioned abov
Grant opportunities within the IHS.
AHRQ is funding grants to conduct Large Health Services Research Demonstration and Dissemination Projects (R18) focused on Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria (CARB) in the following ways: by promoting appropriate antibiotic use, reducing the transmission of resistant bacteria, and preventing healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) in the first place.
A subset of the NIH RePORT system, this utility allows you to input the text of a relevant project to search for similar funding throughout the NIH system.
The purpose of the initiative is to support multidisciplinary research to understand the underlying etiologic factors and mechanisms that contribute to population-level disparities in chronic liver diseases and liver cancer in the U.S.
Funding opportunities for libraries and partners in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.
Link to the NIH Guide for grants and contracts.
Provides links to funding opportunities as well as grant application basics.
The NIH recognizes the value of supporting scientific meetings that are relevant to its scientific mission and to the public health. A scientific meeting is defined as a gathering, symposium, seminar, conference, workshop, or any other organized, formal meeting where persons assemble to coordinate, exchange, and disseminate information or to explore or clarify a defined subject, problem, or area of knowledge.
Links to NLM extramural grant programs, including career development and training support.
Competitive grants and cooperative agreements to support food and agricultural research, education, and extension programs.
The goal of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is to support the development of new and innovative tools and methods for more efficient, detailed, timely, and accurate data collection by cancer registries.
Health care providers who are located in geographic areas that are defined as Rural are eligible to apply for Rural Health Grants
Grants that focus on building resilience and facilitating recovery for people with or at risk for mental or substance use disorders.
Funding to support research that advances compounds towards FDA approval by leveraging NIDA funds with the strengths and resources of outside organizations, such as for-profit and not-for-profit entities, including academic institutions, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, private and public foundations, and small businesses.
The purpose of this funding opportunity is to encourage research that will improve and increase the use of evidence-based interventions in end-of-life and palliative care (EOLPC) for American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) individuals with advanced illness and their families and communities.
This FOA is designed to support research focused on understanding and addressing disparities in surgical care and outcomes, in minority and health disparity populations.
The purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement is to invite applications on the influence and intersection of sex and gender in health and disease including: (1) research applications that examine sex and gender factors and their intersection in understanding health and disease; and (2) research that addresses one of the five objectives from Strategic Goal 1 of the new 2019-2023 Trans-NIH Strategic Plan.
Dedicated exclusively to advancing and promoting the health care development profession. Provides fundraising education and information.
The Center delivers knowledge, transparency, and expert guidance to fundraisers and grantmakers solving social problems through philanthropy.
Nonprofit, educational organization dedicated to helping foundations and corporate giving programs improve the health of all people. Its mission is to foster communication and collaboration among grantmakers and others, and to help strengthen the grantmaking community's knowledge, skills, and effectiveness.
Designed for beginning grant proposal writers, this class presents a general overview of the grant and funding processes as well as the level of detail required in a successful proposal.