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Coordinating Center for NICHD Population Dynamics Centers Research Infrastructure Program, FY 2017 (R24)
The purpose of this funding announcement is to support a coordinating center for the NICHD Population Dynamics Centers Research Infrastructure Programs.
This funding announcement has two primary objectives:
- To improve the translation and dissemination of major peer-reviewed findings, methods, and perspectives from population dynamics research to multiple audiences, including population dynamics scientists, other scientists, and non-scientists such as policy makers, program directors, practitioners, teachers, and students.
- To improve coordination and cooperation across the NICHD Population Dynamics Centers Research Infrastructure Programs in order to enhance the productivity and scientific impact of the NICHD Population Dynamics Centers Research Infrastructure Programs and of population dynamics research overall.
- Letter of Intent Due Date: 30 days prior to the application due date
- Application Due Date(s): December 28, 2016
RFA-HD-17-022 Expiration Date Dec. 29, 2016
Areas of Interest
The population dynamics research findings to be translated and disseminated through support from this funding announcement must be within the scientific mission of NICHD Population Dynamics Branch (PDB). The PDB scientific mission is to support research, research training, and data collection in three areas:
- Demography: The scientific study of human populations, including fertility, mortality and morbidity, migration, population distribution, nuptiality, family demography, population growth and decline, and the causes and consequences of demographic change.
- Population health: Research on human health, productivity, behavior, and development at the population level, using population representative samples, policy or natural experiments, or statistical simulations of populations.
- Reproductive health: Behavioral and social science research on family planning, infertility, sexually transmitted diseases and HIV/AIDS.
Applicants must demonstrate scientific expertise in all three areas.
Research focusing primarily on elderly populations and individuals is not within the scope of this initiative.
Application budgets may not exceed $120,000 direct costs annually.
The total project period for an application submitted in response to this FOA may not exceed five years.