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					                     Health and Mental Health Funding Opportunities
                                    March 14, 2011

1. Program: Child Support Enforcement: Special Improvement Project (SIP) Grants

Agency: Administration for Children and Families

Next Deadline: Apr 19, 2011 (tentative)

Announcement expected soon. Supports innovative improvement projects that are intended to
add knowledge and promote objectives of the Child Support Enforcement Program.
Approximately $300,000 is available in FY 11 to support three projects that demonstrate
strategies which educate and involve both parents in child support enforcement (CSE) processes
and coordinate referral of both parents to needed non-CSE services funded by other program
resources such as workforce development. Colleges & universities eligible to apply. See
http://tinyurl.com/4kd8ww7 for details.

E-mail: .jean.robinson@acf.hhs.gov

CFDA Number: 93.601

Contact:             Jean Robinson, Program Officer Office of Child Support Enforcement
                     370 L'Enfant Promenade, SW
                     Washington, DC 20447             202/401-5330
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2. Program: Health Services Research Projects

Agency: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

Supports ongoing extramural grant applications (R01) for research, demonstration,
dissemination, and evaluation projects to: support improvements in health outcomes (improve
decision-making at all levels of the health care system; in particular, what works, for whom,
when, and at what cost); strengthen quality measurement and improvement; and improve
access, foster appropriate use, and reduce unnecessary health care expenditures. Includes
special focus on health care disparities. PA expires 1/8/12. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-09-070.html for details.

E-mail: francis.chesley@ahrq.hhs.gov

CFDA Number: 93.226

Contact:        Francis Chesley, Director, Office of Extramural Research
                540 Gaither Road, 6th Floor
                Rockville, MD 20850
                301/427-1449

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3. Program: Improving Health Care Quality through Health Information Technology

Agency: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Next Deadline: Jun 16, 2011

Supports small grant applications (R03) on a wide variety of research designs in order to
improve quality, safety, effectiveness and efficiency of health care through health IT.
Applications must focus on the following settings: ambulatory setting; transitions in care
between ambulatory settings; or transitions in care between an ambulatory setting and non-
ambulatory setting. Designs include: small pilot and feasibility or self-contained health IT
research projects; secondary data analysis; and economic analyses of health IT. Expires
11/17/11. See http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-08-268.html details.

E-mail: Angela.Lavanderos@ahrq.hhs.gov

CFDA Number: 93.279

Contact:            Angela Lavanderos, Program Officer Center for Primary Care & Prevention
                    540 Gaither Road
                    Rockville, MD 20850
                    301/427-1505

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4. Program: Small Research Grant Program

Agency: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Next Deadline: Jun 16, 2011

Supports small grants (R03) for different types of health services research projects including
pilot and feasibility studies; secondary analysis of existing data; small, self-contained research
projects; development of research methodology; and, development of new research
technology. AHRQ is interested in research involving collaborative efforts between researchers
and medical and public health or healthcare providers, purchasers or payer organizations.
Awards offer up to $100,000 for 24 months. Expires 3/17/14. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-10-168.html for details & other contacts.

E-mail: Angela.Lavanderos@ahrq.hhs.gov

CFDA Number: 93.226

Contact:            Angela Lavanderos, Health Information Technology
                    Center for Primary Care
                    540 Gaither Road
                    Rockville, MD 20850
                    301/427-1505

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5. Program: Research Grants

Agency: Alternatives Research & Development Foundation

Next Deadline: May 02, 2011

Provides up to $40,000 for individual projects at U.S. colleges and universities that develop
effective alternatives to the traditional methods of using laboratory animals in basic research,
testing, and education. Preference given to projects that use human rather than non-human
vertebrate tissue; do not use serum or medium supplements obtained from non-human
vertebrates; & can be completed in one year. Emphasis is on application, not theory. See
http://www.ardf-online.org/ for details.

E-mail: grants@ardf-online.org

Contact:            Program Office
                    801 Old York Road
                    Suite 316
                    Jenkintown, PA 19046
                    215/887-8076

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6. Program: Graduate Research Scholarships/Student Travel Awards

Agency: American Psychological Association

Next Deadline: Apr 01, 2011

Many kinds of grants available. Graduate students in good standing may apply. Includes APA
Student Travel Awards (4/1/11) ; Basic Psychological Science Research Grant (5/13/11); Early
Graduate Student Researcher Award (9/15/11); APA/APAGS Award for Distinguished Graduate
Student In Professional Psychology (6/1/11) & Dissertation research awards (9/15/11) . See
http://www.apa.org/about/awards/index.aspx (use keyword search) for details.

E-mail: scistudent@apa.org or nsinger@apa.org

Contact:            Nicolle Singer, Science Programs Associate
                    750 First Street, NE
                    Washington, DC 20002-4242
                    202/336-5954




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7. Program: Research Grants and Graduate Student Scholarships

Agency: American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation

Next Deadline: Apr 29, 2011

Supports research and graduate scholarships in audiology and speech-language pathology.
Programs include Clinical Research Grant (no competition 2011); New Century Scholars
Research Grant (4/29/11); New Investigator Research Grants (5/6/11); Student Research Grant
in Audiology and Student Research Grant in Early Childhood Language Development (application
period opens soon); and New Century Scholars Doctoral Scholarship (last deadline:4/26/10).
Other programs are available. See http://www.ashfoundation.org/grants/default.htm for
details.

E-mail: foundationprograms@asha.org

Contact:             Programs Assistant
                     2200 Research Boulevard
                     Rockville, MD 20850-3289
                     301/296-8703
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8. Program: Small Grants in Occupational Safety and Health Research

Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Next Deadline: Jun 16, 2011

Supports research (R03) to identify and investigate relationships between working conditions
and associated occupational diseases and injuries; to evaluate hazards at work sites; and to
develop new protective equipment, engineering control technology, and work practices.
Awards provide up to $50,000 per year for up to two years. PA expires 9/8/12. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-09-138.html for details.

E-mail: VPotula@cdc.gov

CFDA Number: 93.262

Contact:           Viji Potula, Scientific Program Officer
                   NIOSH
                   1600 Clifton Road, SW
                   Atlanta, GA 30329-4018
                   404/498-2551




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9. Program: Research Grants

Agency: Gerber Foundation

Next Deadline: Jun 01, 2011

Supports specific nutrition-related interventions to improve infant health and development
from first year before birth to age three. Projects should have a specific nutrition focus with
defined outcome parameters. Preference given to projects with national or regional impact that
are sufficiently focused to make a difference in field of interest. A maximum of $20,000 per
project will be awarded under the Novice Researcher Award program Deadlines refer to
required concept papers; full proposals due 2/15 and 8/15 by invitation only. See
http://www.gerberfoundation.org/ for details.

E-mail: Cobits@ncresa.org

Contact:             Catherine Obits, Program Manager
                     4747 West 48th Street
                     Suite 153
                     Fremont, MI 49412-8119
                     231/924-3175
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10. Program: Grants for Inclusion of Youth with Disabilities

Agency: Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation

Next Deadline: Jun 01, 2011

Supports projects that advance the independence, productivity & community inclusion of young
people with disabilities. Projects should have broad scope & the potential for replication
nationally. Applicants are urged to develop partnerships with other organizations & involve
people with disabilities in planning & implementation. Required concept papers may be
submitted online at any time, but must be received by 6/1 to be considered for funding the
following year. Applicants are strongly discouraged from phoning during the application process.
See http://www.meaf.org/grants.php

Contact:        Colleen Maher, Program Officer
                1560 Wilson Boulevard
                Suite 1150
                Arlington, VA 22209
                703/276-8240




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11. Program: Academic Research Enhancement Award (AREA)

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 25, 2011

Supports renewable awards (R15) up to $300,000/3 years for projects in biomedical &
behavioral sciences conducted by faculty & students in health professional schools, & other
academic components that have not been major recipients of NIH funds. Purpose is to
strengthen institutional research environment & support active involvement of undergraduate
(preferred) & graduate students in research. Reviewers consider whether the project will expose
students to meritorious research. Students may be paid full time during summer &/or part-time
during the semester. See http://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/area.htm

E-mail: CHINJ@nigms.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.113

Contact:             Jean Chin, Program Director
                     Nat. Institute of General Medical Sciences
                     45 Center Drive
                     Bethesda, MD 20892-6200
                     301/594-2485
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12. Program: Methodology and Measurement in the Behavioral and Social Sciences

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

OBSSR & many NIH institutes support research (R01; R03; R21) that will improve quality &
scientific power of data collected in the behavioral & social sciences, relevant to the missions of
the participating NIH ICs. Encourages applications addressing four general areas: research
design, data collection techniques, measurement & data analysis. Multidisciplinary &
interdisciplinary approaches are strongly encouraged. Also of interest: more effective behavioral
treatments for patients with multiple chronic health conditions. Expires 9/8/11. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-08-212.html for R01 details.

E-mail: olsterd@od.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.866

Contact:         Deborah H. Olster, Deputy Director
                 OBSSR
                 31 Center Drive
                 Bethesda, MD 20892-2027
                 301/402-1147

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13. Program: Social Network Analysis and Health

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: May 11, 2011

OBSSR and many NIH institutes support research (R01; R21) to: generate new theories to
enhance the capabilities and value of Social Network Analysis (SNA); address fundamental
questions about social interactions and processes in social networks; address fundamental
questions about social networks in relation to health and health-related behaviors; and develop
innovative methodologies and technologies to facilitate, improve and expand the capabilities of
SNA. Expires 5/12/12. See http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-10-145.html

E-mail: MandalR@mail.nih.gov

Contact:             Rachel J. Mandal, Program Officer
                     Office of Behavioral & Social Science Research
                     31 Center Drive
                     Bethesda, MD 20892-2027
                     301/402-9416
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14. Program: Using Systems Science Methodologies to Protect & Improve Population Health

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 16, 2011

OBSSR & many NIH institutes support research (R21) that propose to apply one or more system
science methodologies to public health & health care systems problems & contribute to
effective decision making around development & prioritization of policies, interventions &
programs to improve population health. Applicants encouraged to submit projects that tackle
policy resistant health problems using a systems science methodology. Direct costs are limited
to $275,000 over an R21 two-year period. Expires 9/8/11. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-08-224.html

E-mail: mabryp@od.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.399

Contact:         Patricia Mabry, Program Officer
                 OBSSR
                 31 Center Drive
                 Bethesda, MD 20892-0183
                 301/402-1753



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15. Program: International Research Ethics Education and Curriculum Development Award

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: May 10, 2011

FIC, NIAID, NIMH, NHGRI, NICHD & NIBIB support Research Education Grant (R25) applications
proposing to develop masters level curricula and provide educational opportunities for
developing country academics, researchers and health professionals in ethics related to
performing research involving human subjects in international resource poor settings. Limited
submission: one application per institution. Expires 5/11/12. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-10-174.html for details.

E-mail: sinab@mail.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.989

Contact:             Barbara Sina, Division of International
                     Training and Research
                     Fogarty International Center
                     Building 31
                     Bethesda, MD 20892-2220
                     301/402-9467
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16. Program: Geographic & Contextual Influences on Energy Balance

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

NCI, NHLBI, NINR, NICHD & OBSSR support research (R01; R21) that propose hypothesis-driven
projects exploring associations between the built environment, other contextual features of
where people live & work & health behaviors related to energy balance. Projects should use
population level data from health surveys & other large health studies & should be designed to
include contextual variables at diverse levels of geographic aggregation to such studies on
behaviors that affect individual energy balance & thereby health. Expires 9/8/11. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-08-192.html for R01 details.

E-mail: berrigad@mail.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.859

Contact:         David Berrigan, Applied Research Program
                 National Cancer Institute
                 6130 Executive Blvd
                 Bethesda, MD 20892-7344
                 301/451-4301

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17. Program: Impact of Health Communication Strategies on Dietary Behaviors

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

NCI, several NIH institutes plus OBSSR, FDA & CDC support research (R01; R21) focused on the
development & implementation of effective communication strategies related to diet and
health. Applicants are required to propose studies utilizing a communications research strategy
for dietary behavior that can integrate at least 2 of the 3 primary levels (individual,
community/environment, policy) within an ecological framework. Observational and
intervention studies are equally encouraged. Expires 9/8/11. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-08-239.html for R01 details.

E-mail: collinsta@mail.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.279

Contact:             Tanya Agurs-Collins, Program Officer National Cancer Institute
                     6130 Executive Blvd
                     Bethesda, MD 20892-733
                     301/594-6637
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18. Program: Education Research in Sleep Health and Sleep-Circadian Biology

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 02, 2011

Supports research education (R25) projects that support scientific advances in sleep health and
circadian and sleep biology. Proposed projects may include the development of innovative
education tools, platforms and programs that will transfer health information and scientific
advances in sleep and circadian biology to research scientists, health care providers, educators
from diverse disciplines, and to specific populations including youth, older adults, women, racial
and ethnic minorities, and veterans. F&A costs are reimbursed at 8%. Expires 2/2/13. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-11-098.html

E-mail: lewinds@nhlbi.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.273

Contact:        Daniel S. Lewin, Director, Sleep
                Disorders Medicine
                National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
                6701 Rockledge Drive
                Bethesda, MD 20892-7952
                301/443-4027

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19. Program: Nutrition & Physical Activity Research to Promote Cardio & Pulmonary Health

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

NHLBI, NCCAM & NINR support research (R01; R21) on the role of nutrition & physical activity in
the development, prevention & management of cardiovascular or pulmonary diseases. Of
special interest are studies to improve knowledge of contribution of diet & physical activity to
these conditions & how sleep influences these relationships; increase evidence base for refining
public health recommendations & clinical guidelines regarding these lifestyle behaviors; &
develop & test strategies to improve adoption of these recommendations. Expires 9/8/12. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-09-243.html for R01 details.

E-mail: loriac@nhlbi.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.837

 Contact:            Catherine (Cay) Loria, Prevention and
                     Population Sciences
                     National Heart, Lung & Blood Institute
                     6701 Rockledge Drive
                     Bethesda, MD 20817
                     301/435-0702
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20. Program: Behavioral and Social Research on Aging

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

BSR's research program supports investigator initiated social & behavioral research & training
on aging processes & the place of older people in society. BSR is administratively organized into
two branches: Individual Behavioral Processes; & Population and Social Processes, with
substantial interactions between them. An additional section is devoted to Research Resources
and Development. Unsolicited applications accepted on any relevant topic. See
http://tinyurl.com/326c2ap for details.

E-mail: haagaj@mail.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.866

Contact:         John Haaga, Deputy Director
                 National Institute on Aging
                 7201 Wisconsin Ave., Room 533
                 Bethesda, MD 20892-9205
                 301/496-3131

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21. Program: Bioenergetics, Fatigability, and Activity Limitations in Aging

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

NIA, NHLBI, NINR, ODS & ORWH support resarch on bioenergetic factors underlying increased
fatigability & activity limitations in aging. Encourages applications that propose to elucidate
alterations in bioenergetics related to increased fatigue & activity limitations; develop and
evaluate improved measures of fatigability related to bioenergetics; and evaluate interventions
for increased fatigability and activity limitations that target alterations in bioenergetics and lead
to improved quality of life. Expires 9/8/12. See http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-
09-190.html for R01 details.

E-mail: eldadahb@nia.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.865

Contact:             Basil Eldadah, Program Officer
                     National Institute on Aging
                     7201 Wisconsin Avenue
                     Bethesda, MD 20892-9205
                     301/496-6761
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22. Program: Family and Interpersonal Relationships in an Aging Context

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

Supports R01 research grant applications on aging and the family to expand understanding of
the role of families and interpersonal relationships in the health and wellbeing of older people.
Of interest is increasing scientific knowledge on the effects of family and interpersonal
relationships on behavioral and social processes relevant to aging; and on how these processes
change over the life course and across cohorts. Expires 5/8/14. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-128.html

E-mail: spottse@mail.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.989

Contact:          Erica L. Spotts, Office of the Director
                  National Institute on Aging
                  Bethesda, MD 20892
                  301/496-3136



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23. Program: Links Between Psychosocial Stress, Aging, the Brain and the Body

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

NIA & NCI support multidisciplinary & interdisciplinary research (R01) to understand mechanistic
links between psychosocial stress & health in aging & how the aging process & age- related
diseases affect responses to psychosocial stressors. Focus includes aging & neural mechanism
response to psychosocial stress; characterizing behavioral, psychological & social mechanisms &
pathways involved in transducing psychosocial stressors into health outcomes; & how stressors
modulate physiological process underlying life- pan, immune mechanisms & metabolism.
Expires 9/8/12. See http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-09-216.html

CFDA Number: 93.242

Contact:             Suzana S. Petanceska, Division of
                     Neuroscience
                     National Institute on Aging
                     7201 Wisconsin Avenue
                     Bethesda, MD 20892-9205
                     301/496-9350
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24. Program: Secondary Analyses of Social and Behavioral Datasets in Aging

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 16, 2011

Supports small grant (R03) applications to conduct secondary analysis of social behavioral data
in aging. NIA's interests include: secondary analysis of data related to dynamics of health and
disability, cognition, psychosocial and sociodemographic factors, genetics, and biomarkers,
long term care, caregiving, behavioral medicine, retirement, economic status; and pilot research
on under-utilized databases. The R03 is intended to support small research projects that can be
carried out in a short period of time with limited resources. Expires 5/8/12. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-10-139.html

E-mail: bhattacharyyap@mail.nih.gov

Contact:         Partha Bhattacharyya, Program Officer
                 National Institute on Aging
                 7201 Winconsin Avenue
                 Bethesda, MD 20892-9205
                 301/496-3131




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25. Program: Translational Research to Help Older Adults Maintain Their Health/Independence

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

NIA and the Administration on Aging support translational research that moves evidence-based
research findings toward development of new interventions, programs, policies, practices and
tools that can be used by community-based organizations to help elderly individuals remain
healthy and independent, and living in their own homes and communities. Goal is to support
collaborations between academic research centers and community-based organizations with
expertise serving the elderly. Expires 5/8/14. See http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-
files/PA-11-123.html

CFDA Number: 93.866

Contact:             Basil Eldadah, Program Officer
                     National Institute on Aging
                     7201 Wisconsin Avenue
                     Bethesda, MD 20892-9205
                     301/496-6761
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26. Program: Understanding and Promoting Health Literacy

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

Many NIH institutes, OBSSR and AHRQ support research (R01; R03; R21) on health literacy
across the lifespan and on health literacy concepts, theory and interventions. Health literacy is
defined as the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process and understand
basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions.
Applications should be relevant to both the general objectives of the FOA and to the specific
research interests of at least one of the participating organizations. Expires 5/8/13. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-10-133.html for R01 details & other contacts.

E-mail: kingjo@nia.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.113

Contact:          Jonathan King, Program Officer
                  National Institute on Aging
                  7201 Wisconsin Avenue
                  Bethesda, MD 20892-9205
                  301/402-4156



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27. Program: Alcohol Marketing and Youth Drinking

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

Supports research (R01) that investigates the factors that mediate and moderate the impact of
alcohol advertising and other alcohol promotions on youth (12-20) drinking. NIAAA interests
include: direct causal relationships between exposure to various forms of alcohol marketing and
alcohol- related attitudes/behaviors among youth; & social and psychological processes or
mechanisms that might underlie the effects of alcohol advertising and other promotions on
youth drinking. Expires 5/8/14. See http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-015.html
for details.

E-mail: whitea4@mail.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.273

 Contact:            Aaron White, Program Officer
                     Nat Inst on Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism
                     5635 Fishers Lane
                     Bethesda, MD 20892-9304
                     301/451-5943
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28. Program: Alcohol, Decision-Making, and Adolescent Brain Development

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

Supports research (R01; R21) to study decision-making processes in adolescents as they relate
to drinking behavior, and the role of neural circuitry development in adolescent decision-making
and alcohol abuse and dependence. Alcohol remains the most commonly abused substance
among adolescents. However, little is known about cognitive, emotional & social factors that
may contribute to high rates of adolescent drinking. Expires 5/8/12. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-09-097.html for R01 details.

E-mail: jmatochi@mail.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.273

Contact:        John Matochik, Program Officer
                NIAAA
                5635 Fishers Lane
                Bethesda, MD 20892-9304
                301/451-7319


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29. Program: Community-Based Partnerships for Childhood Obesity Prevention and Control

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 16, 2011

NICHD, NCI, OBSSR & CDC support childhood obesity research (R03; R21) by fostering the
formation of local, state, or regional teams consisting of researchers, policymakers & other
stakeholders (e.g., community representatives, public health practitioners or officials,
educators) to identify research questions & hypotheses, design & implement relevant research
& translate the research into evidence relevant to potential policy efforts in this area. Expires
5/8/12. See http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-09-140.html for R03 details & other
contacts.

E-mail: huangter@mail.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.865

Contact:             Terry Huang, Program Officer
                     NICHD
                     6100 Executive Boulevard
                     Bethesda, MD 20892-7510
                     301/594-1846
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30. Program: Contextual Approaches to Prevention of Unintended Pregnancy

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

Supports research (R01; R21) on the prevention of unintended pregnancies in the U.S. Focus is
on research that will inform interventions addressing cultural & structural factors that produce
high rates of unintended pregnancy across the reproductive age span, especially in low-income
populations. Wide range of interventions are supported, from clinical interventions to
interventions that influence cultural, economic, social, structural &/or policy factors contributing
to unintended pregnancy. PA expires 1/8/12. See http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-
files/PA-09-014.html for R01 details.

E-mail: newcomes@mail.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.865

Contact:          Susan Newcomer, Program Officer
                  NICHD
                  6100 Executive Blvd.
                  Bethesda, MD 20892-7510
                  301/435-6981

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31. Program: Research on Teen Dating Violence

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

NICHD, NIDA, NIAAA & the Office for Research on Women's Health support research (R01; R21)
that proposes to conduct behavioral and/or biomedical research aimed at better understanding
the etiologies and precursors for, reducing risk for, and incidence of, teen dating violence.
Research is also sought that examines the linkages and gaps among perceptions of appropriate
responses to teen dating violence from service providers, the criminal justice system, teens
themselves, victims, perpetrators and bystanders. Expires 9/8/12. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-09-169.html for R01 details.

E-mail: newcomes@mail.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.864

Contact:             Susan Newcomer, Program Officer
                     Nat. Inst. of Child Health & Human Development
                     6100 Executive Blvd
                     Bethesda, MD 20892-7510
                     301/435-6981
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32. Program: School Nutrition and Physical Activity Policies

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

NICHD, NCI, NHLBI, OBSSR and CDC support research to: foster multidisciplinary research to
evaluate how policies (fed, state & school district levels) influence school physical activity &
nutrition environments, youths' obesogenic behaviors (e.g., nutrition & physical activity
behaviors) & weight outcomes; & to examine how schools implement these policies to better
understand the effect of school nutrition & physical activity polices on the home, community
environment & body weight. Expires 1/8/13. See http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-
10-052.html for R01 details.

E-mail: espositl@mail.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.286

Contact:        Layla Esposito, Program Officer
                Nat. Inst. of Child Health & Human Development
                6100 Executive Boulevard
                Bethesda, MD 20892
                301/435-6888

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33. Program: Economics of Treatment and Prevention Services for Drug & Alcohol Abuse

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

NIDA & NIAAA support applications (R01; R03; R21) on the economics of prevention &
treatment services for drug & alcohol abuse. Projects might include research on financing &
purchasing of drug & alcohol treatment & prevention services, studies of health insurance &
payment mechanisms; economic incentives used to improve the quality & economic efficiency
of treatment & prevention services; alternative delivery systems & managed care; or cost-
benefit, cost-effectiveness, &/or cost-utility analyses. Expires 9/8/11. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-08-174.html for R01 details & other contacts.

E-mail: duffys@nida.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.838

Contact:             Sarah Duffy, Program Officer
                     National Institute on Drug Abuse
                     6001 Executive Boulevard
                     Bethesda, MD 20892
                     301/451-4998
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34. Program: Diet Composition and Energy Balance

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

NIDDK & several NIH institutes support research (R01; R03; R21) investigating the role of diet
composition in energy balance, including studies in both animals & humans. Both short &
longer-term studies are encouraged, ranging from basic studies investigating the impact of
micro-or macronutrient composition on appetite, metabolism & energy expenditure through
clinical studies evaluating the efficacy of diets differing in micro- or macronutrient composition,
absorption, dietary variety, or energy density for weight loss or weight maintenance. Expires
5/8/13. See http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-10-152.html for R01 details & other
contacts.

Email: sy29f@nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.847

Contact:         Susan Z. Yanovski, Program Officer NIDDK
                 6707 Democracy Boulevard
                 Bethesda, MD 20892-5450
                 301/594-8882

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35. Program: Home/Family Based Approaches to Prevent/Manage Obesity in Early Childhood

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

NIDDK, NHLBI, NICHD & OBSSR support research (R01; R21) that propose randomized clinical
trials testing novel home- or family-based interventions for the prevention or management of
obesity in children age 0-6. Can use behavioral (including dietary & physical activity),
environmental, or other relevant approaches. Applications should emphasize role of home
environment & influence of extended family members & parents (including
guardians/substantial care-providers) within the child's home environment. Expires 5/8/13. See
http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-10-127.html for R01 details & other contacts.

E-mail: Robert.Kuczmarski@nih.gov

Contact:             Robert Kuczmarski,
                     NIDDK
                     6707 Democracy Boulevard
                     Bethesda, MD 20892-5450
                     301/451-8354
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36. Program: Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

NIMH & many other NIH institutes & OBSSR support research (R01; R03: R21) to develop &
refine effective methods, structures & strategies to disseminate & implement research-tested
health behavior change interventions & evidence-based prevention, early detection, diagnostic,
treatment & quality of life improvement services into public health & clinical practice settings.
Focus is on overcoming barriers to the adaptation of evidence-based interventions that previous
research has shown effective, but not widely used. PA expires 1/8/13. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-10-038.html for R01details & other contacts.

E-mail: cgordon1@mail.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.242

Contact:           Chris Gordon, AIDS and Health and Behavior Research
                   National Institute of Mental Health
                   6001 Executive Boulevard
                   Bethesda, MD 20892-9619
                   301/443-1613



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37. Program: Women's Mental Health and Sex/Gender Differences Research

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Next Deadline: Jun 05, 2011

Supports research (R01; R21) to study women's mental health & sex/gender differences in
mental health. A pattern of disparities in the epidemiology of mental disorders in males &
females provides indirect evidence of genetic, hormonal, biological, social, cultural &
developmental factors in etiology & course. NIMH seeks to increase understanding of the
significance of sex/gender differences in mental health outcomes. Expires 5/8/12. See
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-09-108.html for R01 details.

E-mail: olearyk@mail.nih.gov

CFDA Number: 93.242

Contact:             Kathleen M. O'Leary, Office for Special Populations
                     National Institute of Mental Health
                     6001 Executive Blvd
                     Bethesda, MD 20892-9659
                     301/443-3945
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38. Program: Distance Learning and Telemedicine Program (DLT)

Agency: U.S. Department of Agriculture

Next Deadline: Apr 25, 2011

Provides loans and grants to encourage and improve telemedicine and distance learning services
in rural areas through the use of telecommunications, computer networks, and related
advanced technologies by students, teachers, medical professionals, and rural residents.
Colleges and universities are eligible to apply if they currently deliver or propose to deliver
distance learning or telemedicine services for the term of the grant. See
http://www.rurdev.usda.gov/UTP_DLT.html for details.

E-mail: sam.morgan@wdc.usda.gov

CFDA Number: 10.855

Contact:         Sam Morgan, Management Analyst
                 Rural Utilities Service
                 1400 Independence Avenue, SW
                 Washington, DC 20250-1550
                 202/205-3733



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39. Program: Research on Violence and Victimization Across the Life-Span

Agency: U.S. Department of Justice

Next Deadline: Apr 06, 2011

Supports research and evaluation proposals to address basic research on violence and
victimization across the life-span, special topics on violence and victimization (teen dating
violence, sexual violence, stalking, domestic violence, and offender interventions) and elder
mistreatment. In FY 11, $5 million may be available for up to 10 awards. See
http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij/funding/current.htm for details.

E-mail: carrie.mulford@usdoj.gov.

CFDA Number: 16.560

Contact:        Carrie Mulford, Social Science Analyst
                810 7th Street, NW
                Washington, DC 20531
                202/307-2959




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