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Title: Funding in Womens Health


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Funding in Womens Health
  • Presented by
  • Linda Crumpler
  • Research Funding Library
  • Office of Research Education
  • Thursday, February 6, 2003

Research Funding Library Gail Borden, Rm
2.210 Phone 747-0541 Email lcrumple_at_utmb.edu
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Pre-award specialists in each of these offices of
Research Services can assist you
  • Office of Clinical Research x73793
  • Human subjects research
  • Technology Management Office x27960
  • Protection of Intellectual Property, technology,
    inventions, small business research
  • Office of Sponsored Programs - x21582
  • Federal and non-federal basic research

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Research Funding Library
  • Yellow Sheet
  • Database searches for matching programs
  • SPIN Funding Database
  • FC Search (Foundation Center database on CD-ROM)
  • Other web-based funding databases
  • Targeted email alerts

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UTMB Research Listserv http//research.utmb.edu/st
arline/listserv.htm
  • Time-sensitive and Invited Funding alerts
  • Regional and Intramural Funding announcements

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SPIN Plus http//www.infoed.org
  • SPIN web-based funding database
  • SMARTS/GENIUS email alert matching service

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SMARTS/GENIUS
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NIH Funding Priorities Initiatives
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NIH
  • Amount of funding earmarked for Womens Health is
    a big piece of the NIH Budget
  • FY2001 2,923.1M
  • FY2002 3,390.1M
  • FY2003 4,120.4M

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Agenda for Research on Womens Health for the
21st Century (1999) made the following
recommendations
  • More women as subjects in clinical trials
  • More research on diversity and differences in
    specific populations of women, and how these
    affect health needs, outcomes, and behaviors
    across the life span.
  • More multidisciplinary research and collaboration

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RESEARCH PRIORITIES - Office of Research on
Womens Health (ORWH)
  • Sex/Gender differences in health and disease and
    therapeutic interventions at the genetic,
    molecular, cellular and functional levels
  • Healthy living and prevention of chronic
    disorders, including the impact of diet, eating
    disorders, and impact of addictions

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ORWH continued
  • Interdisciplinary approaches to chronic
    multi-systemic diseases with multi-factorial
    etiology
  • Mental health and addictive disorders
  • Reproductive health
  • Infections, including STD
  • Care-giving and health-related quality of life
    issues
  • Cancers in women

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RESEARCH PRIORITIES Other NIH Institutes and
Centers
  • NIEHS Reproductive Health, and the impact of
    environmental exposures on special populations
  • NCCAM Health Disparities among women,
    minorities, children and other under-represented
    populations Botanical Interactions in Hormone
    therapy, CAM therapies for cancer
    Phytoestrogens for breast cancer Osteoarthritis
    prevention Traditional medicine in developing
    countries, including womens and childrens
    health research.

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Upcoming Funding Opportunities in Womens Health
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U.S. Army Breast Cancer Research Program Concept
Awards
  • 17M available
  • Electronic (pdf) submission
  • No LOI. Deadline is 03-10-2003
  • 75,000 for one year.
  • Exploratory research

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U.S. Army Ovarian Cancer Research Program
  • 8.5M available
  • Electronic (pdf) submission
  • LOI required by 03-06-2003, DD 04-23-2003
  • New Investigator Award - 300,000 for 3 yrs for
    postdocoral training or faculty up to Assistant
    Professor
  • Idea Development Award - 375,000 for 3 years for
    any academic level
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