Looking for the table of all the NIH ARRA funding opportunities released to date? Link to the updated table here. The table is updated as new opportunities are announced. You can save this link to your bookmarks for future reference or access the lastest version of the table on this website by clicking on the ‘economic stimulus’ category [on the right] to find the most recent post.
Posts Tagged ‘economic stimulus’
Proposals due May 11th, 2009 A new opportunity as a result of the stimulus funds has just emerged – The newly announced Pacific Northwest Regional Center of Excellence (PNWRCE) at VGTI is seeking proposals from OHSU investigators and beyond in response to NIH ARRA stimulus funds. The NIH has special funds set aside through their Regional Center of Excellence program to fund projects through PNWRCE, an OHSU center focused on biodefense and emerging infectious disease … Read More
If you are planning on applying for NIH ARRA competitive revision funding from your institute, here are a few updates about the application process at OHSU. Application Submission If your parent grant was an electronic submission, and it was submitted through InfoEd, you can submit your competitive revision application through InfoEd as well. Previously, Research Grants and Contracts (RGC), OHSU’s pre-award office, didn’t think InfoEd would be able to support the competitive revision submission, but this is … Read More
Funding Focus: ARRA Administrative Supplements: What to know before you apply (Thurs., April 9 @12 p.m.)
Thursday, April 9th from 12:00pm – 1:00pm, MacHall 2201 Join us for this month’s Funding Focus: ARRA Administrative Supplements: What to know before you apply. This forum will be held on Thursday, April 9th, 2009 from 12:00 pm – 1:00pm in MacHall 2201. It’s open to all faculty, researchers, students, and research administrators at OHSU. The American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds are stimulating a buzz around campus. In addition to generating a lot … Read More
If you missed the brownbag seminar about comparative effectiveness research within the confines of the NIH ARRA funds, you can access the slides presented here. The seminar explained the scope of comparative effectiveness research, reviewed current funding opportunities, and offered investigators ideas about how to frame their research ideas within this scope. If you have follow-up questions regarding specific language to use in your grant proposal or further information about comparative effective research definitions, please … Read More
If you have an R01, you might be interested in a special competitive revision that allows you to utilize NCRR center resources, such as those from OCTRI and ONPRC, to expand the aims of your original application. The supplements are due April 21 (2 years of funding) and July 10 (1 year of funding), with maximum awards of $300,000 in direct costs–though some institutes and centers might have other restrictions that would limit what you … Read More
Tuesday, March 31 @ noon in Mac Hall 3198 The stimulus package allocates over $1 billion to comparative effectiveness research. Comparative effectiveness research is a broad category, and many clinical researchers can frame their work within it. OCTRI is sponsoring a panel discussion that will: explain the scope of comparative effectiveness research; review current funding opportunities; offer investigators ideas about how to frame their research ideas within this scope. Panelists include: – Mark Helfand, MD, … Read More
The Proposed Project Questionnaire (PPQ) form that is required for all OHSU grant submissions has been updated to include a checkbox at the top left side for identifying applications and supplements in response to ARRA stimulus funding announcements. All investigators should use the new PPQ starting immediately, whether you are applying for stimulus funds or not. You can access the form in Word and Adobe formats. http://www.ohsu.edu/research/rda/forms.shtml#ap Reporting requirements on funds obtained as a result … Read More
Tuesday, March 31 @ noon in Mac Hall 3198 The stimulus package allocates over $1 billion to comparative effectiveness research. Comparative effectiveness research is a broad category, and many clinical researchers can frame their work within it. OCTRI is sponsoring a seminar that will: explain the scope of comparative effectiveness research; review current funding opportunities; offer investigators ideas about how to frame their research ideas within this scope. The seminar will feature a brief presentation … Read More
Recovery-Act-related funding opportunities are being announced daily, and it’s hard to keep track of them. So we’ve put them in a handy table for you: the ARRA Economic Stimulus – NIH announcements document. We will continue to update this table as new opportunities are released; check the Research News website for future updates. Please contact email@example.com for questions.