NINR invites applications to establish Centers of Excellence for Symptom Science Research (P30). This funding opportunity announcement supports applications to develop interdisciplinary biobehavioral research capacity in symptom science research.
NINR invites applications to establish Centers of Excellence for Symptom Science Research (P20): Building Research Teams for the Future. This funding opportunity announcement supports applications to develop interdisciplinary biobehavioral research capacity in symptom science research.
About the NINR Research Centers Program:
The NINR Research Centers program is designed to increase research capability and expand the science of investigators working on multiple projects by promoting collaboration between groups and across institutions, through the use of shared resources and expertise. These settings promote the development of skilled new investigators dedicated to interdisciplinary research. The collaborative approach to research typified in Centers has been found to be valuable in producing results that become the evidence base for practice. In 2004, the Committee for the Assessment of NIH Centers of Excellence Programs reviewed NIH Centers programs and stated in an IOM report that, “Extramural centers offer an attractive mechanism for supporting research that benefits from a multidisciplinary, team-based approach, especially research aimed at understanding complex biomedical systems, and for translating basic scientific discoveries into useful clinical applications.”
Centers Program Contact:
Dr. Donna Jo ("DJ") McCloskey
Frequently Asked Questions about the NINR Research Centers Program and Program Projects
For more specific inquiries, please call or email the NINR Program Project or Center Contacts listed above.