NIDA REI: Racial Equity Visionary Award Program for Research on Substance Use and Racial Equity (DP1 Clinical Trial Optional)

Active
Yes
Status
Posted
Published Date
August 9th, 2022
Close Date
November 14th, 2024
Award Ceiling
$700,000.00
Opportunity No.
RFA-DA-23-026

Agency

National Institutes of Health (HHS-NIH11)

Eligible Applicants

Others

Funding Category

Health

Funding Instrument

Grant

Opportunity Category

Discretionary

Cost Sharing or Matching Requirement

Yes

Summary

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is offering the NIDA REI: Racial Equity Visionary Award Program for Research on Substance Use and Racial Equity (DP1 Clinical Trial Optional) grant. This grant aims to support early career investigators who propose high-impact projects that lead to advances in equity across populations affected by substance use-related harms. The grant is open to applicants from various fields of research, and the research projects should focus on persistent or intractable challenges that drive disparities in medical and other consequences related to substance use and substance use disorder (SUD) across different population groups. The grant does not require cost sharing or matching. The maximum award ceiling is $700,000. The deadline for application submission is November 14, 2024. For more information and to apply, visit the following link: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-DA-23-026.html.

Description

This initiative invites applications for DP1 awards to support exceptionally creative early career investigators who propose high-impact projects that lead to advances in equity across populations affected by substance use-related harms. Investigators who apply may represent various fields of research, but research projects will emphasize persistent or intractable challenges that drive disparities in medical and other consequences related to substance use and SUD across population groups.

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