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Notice of Special Interest: Administrative Supplements on High Priority Topic Areas for NCCIH Grants
The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) announces the availability of funds for one-year Administrative Supplements to promote or support high priority topic areas in NCCIH grants by expanding ongoing basic, translational, technological, or clinical studies in the context of complementary and integrative approaches. Active awards with project end dates in FY 2023 or later are eligible. The award may not be in a terminal no-cost extension or going into a no-cost extension in FY 2022.
As administrative supplements, the work proposed needs to be within the scope of the research or training that is already supported. Center awards and resource awards are most likely to be able to justify these supplements, as they tend to have a broad content scope. Research and training grants are eligible to apply for an administrative supplement if the currently funded award is related to the parent award's funded research (e.g., same intervention, mechanism, and/or outcomes). If a study will be using animal models but the parent award is in human subjects only, or vice versa, the proposed work will be considered as beyond the scope of the parent award.
Applications may be submitted any time and will be reviewed and considered on a rolling basis. To be considered for funding in FY22, applications must be submitted no later than June 1, 2022, by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization.