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NIMHD Research Endowment Grants for Higher Education

Posted by on March 16th, 2017 Posted in: Minority Health Concerns, Public Health, Scholarships and Grants
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The purpose of this program is is to strengthen the research and training capacity/infrastructure at eligible institutions of higher education to facilitate minority health and health disparities research. The NIMHD Endowment Program for Increasing Research and Institutional Resources grants are made to create a permanent institutional endowment fund to support institutional resources and research capacity building…The NIMHD Research Endowment Program does not directly support research projects itself. Specific activities may be designed to include, but are not limited to:

  • Strengthen the research infrastructure through the development and enhancement of information systems and technology that support research capacity;
  • Enhance the academic environment by creating challenging courses in such topics as research methodology and health disparities as additions to the curriculum; and
  • Enhance the recruitment and retention of established scientific faculty with exceptional expertise in the clinical, population, behavioral, and social sciences or facilitate the recruitment of new scientists in these disciplines.

Text from Grants.gov FOA RFA-MD-17-004

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