FYI from the NHLBI Index

 

May 2011: Vol. 12, Issue 1
Research and Resources


NHLBI Research Initiatives

  • Research on Ethical Issues in Biomedical, Social, and Behavioral Research (R01 and R21)
  • Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) Institutional Research Training Grants (Parent T32 and T35)
  • Nutrition and Diet in the Causation, Prevention, and Management of Heart Failure (R21)
  • The Effect of Racial and Ethnic Discrimination/Bias on Health Care Delivery (R01 and R21)
  • Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in Biology and Medicine (R01 and R21)
  • Phase II Clinical Trials of Novel Therapies for Lung Diseases (UM1)
  • Development and Testing of a Case Finding Methodology in COPD (R01)
  • Life After Linkage: The Future of Family Studies (R01)
  • Anchoring Metabolomic Changes to Phenotype (P20)
  • Basic Research in Calcific Aortic Valve Disease (R01)
  • Short-Term Institutional Training Grant for Clinician Scientists in Pediatric Respiratory, Sleep and Hematology/Transfusion Medicine (T35)
  • Pulmonary Vascular-Right Ventricular Axis Research Program (R01)

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NHLBI Research Initiatives

From time to time, the NHLBI invites investigators to submit grant applications or contract proposals for specific research programs. We are soliciting applications for the new programs described below. Please visit the URL listed with each program to obtain information about application dates and deadlines. For full details of these and other current research initiatives, visit www.nhlbi.nih.gov/funding/inits/index.htm.


Research on Ethical Issues in Biomedical, Social, and Behavioral Research (R01 and R21)

  • Initiative Number: PA-11-180 and PA-11-182
  • Objective: Study high-priority bioethical challenges and issues associated with biomedical, social, and behavioral research.

Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) Institutional Research Training Grants (Parent T32 and T35)

  • Initiative Number: PA-11-184 and PA-11-185
  • Objective: Enhance research training opportunities for predoctoral and postdoctoral level individuals interested in careers in biomedical, behavioral and clinical research.

Nutrition and Diet in the Causation, Prevention, and Management of Heart Failure (R21)

  • Initiative Number: PA-11-165 and PA-11-166
  • Objective: Develop nutritional management and preventive measures for patients in various stages of heart failure and for high-risk individuals.

The Effect of Racial and Ethnic Discrimination/Bias on Health Care Delivery (R01 and R21)

  • Initiative Number: PA-11-162 and PA-11-163
  • Objective: Improve the measurement of racial/ethnic discrimination in health-care delivery systems, enhance understanding of its influence, and reduce its prevalence in the United States.

Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in Biology and Medicine (R01 and R21)

  • Initiative Number: PA-11-148 and PA-11-149
  • Objective: Support cutting-edge nanoscience and nanotechnology research for the diagnosis, treatment, and management of an array of diseases and traumatic injuries.

Phase II Clinical Trials of Novel Therapies for Lung Diseases (UM1)

  • Initiative Number: RFA-HL-12-022
  • Objective: Test novel interventions that could change significantly the clinical management of a lung disease or a sleep-related cardiopulmonary disorder.

Development and Testing of a Case Finding Methodology in COPD (R01)

  • Initiative Number: RFA-HL-12-011
  • Objective: : Design and test tools to identify individuals at high risk for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and its exacerbations.

Life After Linkage: The Future of Family Studies (R01)

  • Initiative Number: RFA-HL-12-007
  • Objective: Integrate new molecular data with existing genotype and phenotype data in families to identify and characterize genes influencing complex disorders.

Anchoring Metabolomic Changes to Phenotype (P20)

  • Initiative Number: RFA-HL-12-009
  • Objective: Conduct metabolomic phenotyping of existing cohorts to gain mechanistic understanding of the molecular determinants contributing to cardiovascular and lung disease phenotypes.

Basic Research in Calcific Aortic Valve Disease (R01)

  • Initiative Number: RFA-HL-12-015
  • Objective: Encourage innovative molecular and physiological research leading to early diagnosis or effective medical therapy for calcific aortic valve disease.

Short-Term Institutional Training Grant for Clinician Scientists in Pediatric Respiratory, Sleep and Hematology/Transfusion Medicine (T35)

  • Initiative Number: RFA-HL-12-017
  • Objective: Develop and enhance research training opportunities in basic or clinical research in pediatric respiratory, sleep, hematology, and transfusion medicine.

Pulmonary Vascular-Right Ventricular Axis Research Program (R01)

  • Initiative Number: RFA-HL-12-021
  • Objective: Study right ventricular function/dysfunction in order to improve diagnostics and therapeutics.







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We are always interested in receiving comments and suggestions from the community. If you or your organizations have questions for me or for the Institute, please contact me at shurinsb@nhlbi.nih.gov or Dr. Carl Roth at rothc@nhlbi.nih.gov.


Susan B. Shurin, M.D.
Acting Director, NHLBI

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