New Approaches for Measuring Brain Changes Across Longer Timespans (R01 Clinical Trial Optional)

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Yes
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Posted
Published Date
March 19th, 2024
Close Date
May 7th, 2027
Opportunity No.
PAR-24-160

Agency

National Institutes of Health (HHS-NIH11)

Eligible Applicants

Others

Funding Category

Income Security and Social Services

Funding Instrument

Grant

Opportunity Category

Discretionary

Cost Sharing or Matching Requirement

Yes

Summary

The National Institutes of Health is offering a grant opportunity titled "New Approaches for Measuring Brain Changes Across Longer Timespans (R01 Clinical Trial Optional)". This grant aims to encourage multidisciplinary investigators to develop new approaches or apply existing approaches in novel ways to measure brain activity, connectivity, genomics, or other aspects across the age spectrum of neurodevelopment. The goal is to extend our understanding of brain development and aging, including studies of the neurodevelopmental origins of later health and disease. The research can include healthy human participants of any age, specific clinical groups, and/or animal research. The studies can focus on longitudinal neuroanatomical or functional changes at any level, including genetics/genomics, single cells, connectomics, neural population activity patterns, and others. The funding opportunity intends to encourage technological and conceptual innovation to improve repeated measures across longer epochs of the lifespan, to better predict outcomes at later ages. For more information, visit the grant opportunity page.

Description

The purpose of this funding opportunity is to encourage multidisciplinary investigators to develop new approaches or apply existing approaches in novel ways to measure brain activity, connectivity, genomics, or other aspects across the age spectrum of neurodevelopment. The overarching goal is to extend our understanding of brain development and aging, including studies of the neurodevelopmental origins of later health and disease. Research can include healthy human participants of any age, specific clinical groups such as those with cognitive, motor, or affective regulation challenges, and/or animal research on these domains of function. The studies can focus on longitudinal neuroanatomical or functional changes at any level, including genetics/genomics, single cells, connectomics, neural population activity patterns, and others. This funding opportunity is intended to encourage technological and conceptual innovation to improve repeated measures across longer epochs of the lifespan, to better predict outcomes at later ages.

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