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Research Supplements to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research - Established Researchers Who Become Disabled
This supplement enables principal investigators with eligible NHLBI research grants/contracts who become disabled to obtain additional support to continue their research. Funds may be requested for reasonable accommodations to permit completion of the currently funded research project. Requests may support special equipment, an assistant, or other modifications to facilitate reasonable accommodation to a disabling injury or illness that has occurred during the current project period. The total amount of support requested under this supplement must be reasonable in relationship to the direct costs of the parent award and the Established Investigator's role and effort on the project.
Research Supplements to Promote Diversity Web links:
The NHLBI Website also lists training programs under the category Request for Applications/Proposals & Program Announcements with the application receipt date.
Who is eligible? All principal investigators at U.S. institutions with eligible NHLBI research grants/contracts who become disabled during the current project period.
The opportunities? Research
Duration of support? Established investigators on NIH research or program project grants or contracts who become disabled during the current project period may request funds for reasonable accommodations to permit completion of the currently funded research project.
Where? At the principal investigator's institution
Applications due? Applications should arrive at least three months before the requested start date, to allow time for review as awards are made five times per year (December, February, April, June, and August).
Note: Applications requesting support by the end of the fiscal year must be received by May 31. Please check the Guidelines for application receipt and award start schedule.
Support: May request support for special equipment, an assistant, or other modifications to facilitate reasonable accommodation to a disabling injury or illness that has occurred during the current project. The accommodations requested under this program must be directly related to the performance of the proposed role on the research project and must be appropriate to the disabilities of the individual.
How to apply: Principal investigators should contact the NHLBI program administrator who administers the parent grant/contract or:
Nara Gavini, Ph.D.
Revised: May 2014