The program supports research to advance in materials research. This type of research requires close collaboration of interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary teams and access to cutting edge tools.
The program supports unexpected and time-sensitive research in five priority areas in substance use epidemiology. Applicants can propose time-sensitive research on: (1) sudden and severe emerging drug issues; (2) emerging marijuana trends; (3) prescription drug abuse; (4) medical system issues; and (5) criminal or juvenile justice opportunities relating to drug abuse and access and provision of health care service.
The program supports networks to offer legal assistance to older Americans with economic and social need. The grantees will improve the quality, effectiveness, accessibility and availability of the full-range of legal assistance, from legal advice through representation to older adults.
The program promotes the wellness of young children, from birth to 8 years of age, by addressing the social, emotional, cognitive, physical and behavioral aspects of their development. Specifically, Project LAUNCH grants are designed to: build the capacities of adult caregivers of young children to promote healthy social and emotional development; prevent mental, emotional and behavioral disorders; and identify and address behavioral concerns before they develop into serious emotional disturbances.
The program helps develop viable Indian and Alaska Native communities, including the creation of decent housing, suitable living environments, and economic opportunities primarily for persons with low- and moderate-incomes.
The program improves mental health outcomes for children and youth, birth through age 21, with serious emotional disturbance, and their families. States will provide mental health and related recovery support services to children and youth with SED and those with early signs and symptoms of serious mental illness , including first episode psychosis.
A fellow uses these funds to pursue advanced humanities research of value to scholars and general audiences. Recipients usually produce articles, monographs, books, digital materials, archaeological site reports, translations, editions, or other scholarly resources in the humanities.
his program improves the effectiveness of certain social services. The federal government will pay for a project only if predetermined project outcomes have been met and validated by an independent evaluator, a system called a “pay for results partnership.”
The program supports agriscience and agribusiness education. Goals include: (1) strengthening K-12 and college and university agriculture education to ensure a qualified agricultural sciences workforce; and (2) promoting linkages among secondary, two-year postsecondary and higher education programs in the food and agricultural sciences to encourage advanced degree completion.
The program addresses high priority issues related to pests and their management using comprehensive approaches at the state, regional and national levels. Projects should offer approaches that focus on increasing food security and are economically viable, environmentally sound and will help protect human health.
The program supports genetic services to better prevent and control cancer. The primary goals are to increase screening of cancer family history and the use of genetic counseling and testing for Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer and Lynch Syndrome among individuals meeting recommendations for referral.
program will develop population-based surveillance systems and data linkages for persons with congenital heart defects using non-research CDC cooperative agreements. NIH estimates twos million people in the United States are living with a CHD, yet little is known about their long-term outcomes. The program’s goal is to collect high-quality data to improve the public’s understanding of the epidemiology and public health significance of CHDs.
The program support states in preventing SNAP recipient fraud through using the procedures outlined in the SNAP Fraud Framework. Successful applications will specifically incorporate one or more of these procedures in their proposals. SNAP offers nutrition assistance to millions of eligible, low-income individuals and families and provides economic benefits to communities.
The program supports research projects to advance quantum information science and engineering. The institutes must focus on quantum computation, communication, simulation and sensing. The institutes are expected to foster multidisciplinary approaches to specific scientific, technological, educational workforce development goals in these fields.
The program supports research to identify, prevent and reduce white collar crime in the United States. This solicitation focuses on three types of white-collar crime: (1) health care fraud; (2) cyber-crime against individuals; and (3) elder fraud.
The program supports research and development projects using AI to improve the successful reentry of offenders under community supervision. Ideally, the funding will result in fielded AI solutions that remain in use with community supervision agencies at the completion of a project.
The program supports colleges and universities in creating new tenure-track faculty positions in the space sciences. The goal is to ensure the health and vitality of solar and space sciences on university teaching faculties.
The program supports low income taxpayer clinics. Clinics must serve low-income individuals who have a tax controversy with the IRS or provide outreach and education to taxpayers who speak English as a second language.
These programs help grantees implement the Sex Offender Registration & Notification Act. SORNA protects the public from convicted sex offenders by establishing a comprehensive national system for the registration and notification of these individuals.
The DLT program improves access to education, training and healthcare resources for people in rural areas. This competition will help rural communities address the opioid epidemic through distance learning and telemedicine initiatives focusing on treatment, prevention and recovery.
The program supports replicating teenage pregnancy reduction programs proven effective through rigorous evaluation. These projects will identify how to bring effective programs to scale and build the knowledge base on understanding what elements are important to broad program success.
The program supports research and program evaluation projects to reduce street gang activity and violence in the United States. NIJ expects the grantees to produce findings with high practical utility for gang prevention, intervention, enforcement or reentry strategies.
The program supports research to improve knowledge of intimate partner and dating violence, stalking and sexual violence to prevent and respond to these crimes. Applicants can propose studies to reduce violent crime, respond to victimization, protect police officers and enhance investigations and prosecution of domestic violence crimes.
The program supports services in detention and correctional facilities for incarcerated individuals who have children younger than age 18. Program activities include: (1) developing strategies to improve communication between the child and his or her incarcerated parent while maintaining safe facilities; (2) providing transitional reentry services incorporating a focus on parental responsibility for incarcerated parents; and (3) ensuring the youth receive positive youth development services.
The program supports research on evidence-based tools, protocols and policies for law enforcement and other criminal justice agencies to address drug trafficking, drug markets and drug-related violence. The research focuses are criminal investigation, prosecution, drug intelligence and community surveillance relevant to narcotics law enforcement, forensic science and medicolegal death investigation. The priority topics are: (1) fentanyl and its illicit analogues; (2) methamphetamine; and (3) illegal marijuana markets.
Despite federal funding efforts, viral hepatitis (Hepatitis B) continues to be a serious threat to the health of Americans. This competition supports seven collaborative partnerships between community-based nonprofits, health departments and community health centers, to scale-up testing and care services and ultimately reach HHS’ goal to eliminate Hepatitis B.
The program supports research on the impact of environmental exposures impact humans at the cellular level. The objective is to improve treatment for diseases caused by environmental exposures.
The program supports research education activities in mission areas of NIH’s National Human Genome Research Institute. The over-arching goal is to develop advanced level courses to disseminate new knowledge, techniques, methods and analyses.
These funds go to ensure rural communities have broadband services to foster economic growth and enhance educational, health care and public safety services. Applicants from extremely rural areas will receive preference.
These grants improve access to education, training and healthcare resources for people in rural areas. The DLT Program provides financial assistance to encourage and improve telemedicine services and distance learning services in rural areas through the use of telecommunications, computer networks and related advanced technologies to be used by students, teachers, medical professionals and rural residents.
The program supports research on soil ecosystems. The objective is to transform existing capabilities in understanding dynamic, near-surface soil processes through advances in sensor systems and modeling.
The new program will accelerate training in critical skill areas for the engineering and advanced manufacturing workforce. It supports research to create online curricula providing learners at various levels with skills in five focal areas: (1) model-based systems engineering; (2) software engineering; (3) mechatronics; (4) data science; and (5) artificial intelligence.
The program assists operational adult drug treatment court programs in improving program practices. BJA envisions a collaborative model of cooperating partners to assist operational courts with their individual goals.
The program provides prosecutors with information, resources and training and technical assistance to develop effective strategies and programs to address and prosecute individuals who commit violent crime. BJA encourages prosecutors to use data in the development of their violent crime strategies and programs. Grantees will: test promising crime prevention, response and reduction practices; implement evidence-based interventions; improve the effectiveness and efficiency of prosecutors’ processes and procedures; and establish sustainable partnerships with researchers to evaluate their effectiveness.
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