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Date sent:              Thu, 1 Jun 2000 19:47:31 -0400
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Subject:                9 New Opportunities
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ScienceWise Alert-Premium for Thursday, June 1, 2000


============================================================
Today's ScienceWise Alert-Premium search has found 9 opportunities
that match your Research Interests Profile.  Enclosed below are
the first 20 lines of each matching opportunity.  To view the
complete
text, go to the URL listed immediately below the announcement. To
search
for funding opportunities online, go to:
http://www.sciencewise.com/grantscontracts/grantscontracts.htm
   ======================= Item 1 of 9 =======================

TITLE: PEDIATRIC HEART DISEASE CLINICAL RESEARCH NETWORK - NIH

>
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> RFA: HL-00-013
>
> National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
>
> Letter of Intent Receipt Date: September 20, 2000
> Application Receipt Date: November 20, 2000
>
> PURPOSE
> The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) invites
> applications to participate in the establishment of a Pediatric Heart
> Disease Clinical Research Network (Network) of interactive pediatric
> clinical research centers. This Network will promote the efficient
> evaluation of novel treatment methods and management strategies having
> potential benefit for children with structural congenital heart disease,
> inflammatory heart disease, heart muscle disease, and arrhythmias.
> Pediatric heart disease will be understood here to refer to these
> conditions; specifically excluded for purposes of this focused RFA are
> preventive cardiology issues such as pediatric hypertension and
> dyslipidemias, and adults with congenital heart disease. It is
> anticipated that one outcome of the Network will be to promote rapid
> dissemination of the findings from these clinical studies to the medical
> community. This Request for Applications (RFA) will establish and
> maintain (1) the infrastructure required for a Network of up to six
> clinical centers to perform multiple clinical studies in the focused
> areas of pediatric heart disease, and (2) a Data Coordinating Center

URL : http://alerts.sciencewise.com/swalert/nih/nhl/opp/05262002.HTM
Matching Keywords :
        Clinical Medicine, General
        Specialties of Medical & Allied Fields


   ======================= Item 2 of 9 =======================

TITLE: RESEARCH ON DEPRESSION IN CHILDREN - NIH

>
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> RFA: MH-01-002
>
> Complete Title:  RESEARCH ON DEPRESSION COMORBID WITH EXTERNALIZING
> PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN
>
> National Institute of Mental Health
> National Institute on Drug Abuse
>
> Letter of Intent Receipt Date: August 18, 2000
> Application Receipt Date: September 18, 2000
>
> PURPOSE
> This Request for Applications (RFA) solicits Research Grant Award
> applications from qualified applicants for research on early
> identification of depression (Dysthymic Disorder and/or Major
> Depressive Disorder) comorbid with disruptive behavior problems or
> disorders (persistent antisocial behavior, attention deficit
> hyperactivity disorder, oppositional-defiant disorder, and conduct
> disorder) in children under 12 years of age in pre-school, school,
> pediatric care, and other settings - and for intervention research
> designed to treat or prevent these comorbid conditions. Encouraged is
> research using dimensional (in addition to categorical) approaches to
> identify risk for the development of comorbid depressive and disruptive
> disorders, protective factors, and opportunities for intervention. Also
> of interest are applications relating comorbid depressive and

URL : http://alerts.sciencewise.com/swalert/nih/imh/opp/05262003.HTM
Matching Keywords :
        Behavior & Health
        Children & Youth
        Specialties of Medical & Allied Fields


   ======================= Item 3 of 9 =======================

TITLE: INTERVENTIONS AND PRACTICE RESEARCH PROGRAM - NIH

>
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> PA NUMBER: PAR-00-096
>
> Complete Title: INTERVENTIONS AND PRACTICE RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE
> PROGRAM (IPRISP)
>
> National Institute of Mental Health
>
> PURPOSE
> The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) seeks to expand the
> number of partnerships between typical clinical/services settings and
> academic institutions in order to enhance the national capacity to
> transfer state-of-the-art interventions into those non-academic
> settings. This IP-RISP seeks to foster the scientific interaction of
> mental health intervention/treatment and services researchers with
> typical clinical/services settings, clinicians and patients/clients to:
> (1) study and conduct interventions (treatment, rehabilitative, and
> preventive) in non-academic health care settings; and (2) describe
> practice patterns and care variations in those settings. These two
> scientific aims should also seek to identify and utilize those factors
> (organizational, sociocultural, interpersonal) in day-to-day practice
> settings which may be associated with quality care and optimal outcomes
> for patients and clients.
>
> This program announcement clarifies and supercedes the prior
> announcements for the support of the Interventions Infrastructure

URL : http://alerts.sciencewise.com/swalert/nih/imh/opp/05262004.HTM
Matching Keywords :
        Clinical Medicine, General
        Specialties of Medical & Allied Fields


   ======================= Item 4 of 9 =======================

TITLE: NURSING RESEARCH EXPLORATORY CENTER GRANTS - NIH

>
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> RFA: NR-01-001
>
> National Institute of Nursing Research
>
> Letter of Intent Receipt Date: October 9, 2000
> Application Receipt Date: November 14, 2000
>
> PURPOSE
> The National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) invites applications
> for exploratory center grants in key clinical and basic areas of nursing
> research that establish a scientific basis for the care of individuals
> across the life span. NINR seeks to increase the numbers of
> research-intensive schools of nursing through the Nursing Research
> Exploratory Center grants (P20s). The Exploratory Center Grant, targeted
> to schools of nursing that are developing research programs, will
> augment the research resources in schools of nursing by facilitating the
> growth of infrastructure to centralize resources and facilities in a
> specific area of inquiry that has a beginning base of research funding.
> By developing infrastructure components, funded investigators will have
> the opportunity to enhance their research productivity.
>
> HEALTHY PEOPLE 2010
>
> The Public Health Service (PHS) is committed to achieving the health

URL : http://alerts.sciencewise.com/swalert/nih/inr/opp/05262001.HTM
Matching Keywords :
        Behavior & Health
        Clinical Medicine, General
        Specialties of Medical & Allied Fields


   ======================= Item 5 of 9 =======================

TITLE: MIGRANT EDUCATION NATIONAL HOTLINE (AMENDMENT) - DoED

>
>
>
> COMMERCE BUSINESS DAILY ISSUE OF MAY 31,2000 PSA#2611
> A -- MIGRANT EDUCATION NATIONAL HOTLINE SOL
> ED-00-R-0041 DUE 070700 POC Brenda Smiley, (202) 708-7947.
> "Attached Synopsis of Original Announcement"
> The U.S. Department of Education's Office of Migrant Education (OME) has
> an ongoing requirement for the operation of a toll free 1-800 line. OME
> provides interstate coordination and connectivity for migrant students
> and their educators via venues such as interstate coordination meetings,
> a 1-800 phone number providing interstate information to callers, and
> now is venturing into the early inquiry stages regarding the feasibility
> of an electronic student information system which would provide migrant
> educators information regarding incoming migrant students such as
> academic and health information. This information is vital in ensuring
> the best possible education is made available to migrant students. Only
> Not-for-Profit institutions should apply. "Amendment Details"
> CORRECTION: This action was originally publicized in the CBD dated May
> 3, 2000. Replace the first three sentences of the Description with: "The
> U.S. Department of Education's Office of Migrant Education (OME) has an
> ongoing requirement for the operation of a toll-free telephone line
> network. The purpose of the hotline is to provide a toll-free number and
> network that assists States to identify and recruit migrant children and
> coordinate the delivery of educational and educationally related
> services. The hotline serves as an important mechanism in OME's

URL : http://alerts.sciencewise.com/swalert/doed/opp/05310003.htm
Matching Keywords :
        Education

   ======================= Item 6 of 9 =======================

TITLE: NATIONAL LONGITUDINAL TRANSITION STUDY 2 (NLTS2) - DoED

>
> COMMERCE BUSINESS DAILY ISSUE OF JUNE 1,2000 PSA#2612
> B -- NATIONAL LONGITUDINAL TRANSITION STUDY 2 (NLTS2)
> OPEN BRIEFING ON THE PROGRESS OF THE DESIGN WORK"
> SOL ED-00-R-0050 DUE 081700 POC Pamela J. Weaver at
> (202) 260-0183 or Dorothy Moody at (202) 708-8236. Pending the
> availability of funds, the US Department of Education intends to
> solicit proposals to conduct a study with a four-year base period and
> six one-year options. The purpose of this study is to follow a large,
> nationally representative sample of students in special education who
> are ages 13 through 17 and in at least 7th grade when the sample is
> selected (fall 2000). The general aim is two-fold: 1) to study
> longitudinally the educational, vocational, social, and personal
> achievements of students with disabilities during adolescence and early
> adulthood together with the familial, social, institutional, and
> cultural factors that account for the variability in those outcomes; and
> 2) to use this information to suggest improvements to education policy,
> implementation, and practice. The first National Longitudinal Transition
> Study (NLTS) was conducted in 1985-1990. The second NLTS2 study will
> revisit many of the topics addressed in the first NLTS to evaluate
> progress in the implementation of Individuals with Disabilities
> Education Act (IDEA), as well as examine new issues for secondary-aged
> youth in transition. The Department awarded a task order to a team of
> researchers to design the NLTS2 study. The design task order for NLTS2
> is in effect from October 1999 through March 2001 and accomplishes
> several major formative activities related to this study: 1) the
> development of a conceptual framework; 2) the sample plan; 3)

URL : http://alerts.sciencewise.com/swalert/doed/opp/06010025.htm
Matching Keywords :
        Education

   ======================= Item 7 of 9 =======================

TITLE: SMALLER LEARNING COMMUNITIES GRANT PROGRAM - CORRECTION - DOED

>
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> [Federal Register: May 31, 2000 (Volume 65, Number 105)]
>
> DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
>
> [CFDA No. 84.215L]
>
> Smaller Learning Communities Grant Program Notice Inviting
> Applications for New Awards for Fiscal Year (FY) 2000 Funds; Correction
>
> SUMMARY: On May 17, 2000 a notice inviting applications for new awards
> under the Smaller Learning Communities Grant program was published in
> the Federal Register (65 FR 31386). The notice was a complete
> application package and contained all of the information, application
> forms and instructions necessary to apply for grants under this program.
> One of the forms--Coversheet: Smaller Learning Communities (SLC) Grant
> Program Application Package--was printed incorrectly. Another
> form--Application for Federal Assistance (ED 424)--contained an
> incorrect CFDA number. The correct forms are included with this
> correction notice.
>
> Also, in column two of page 31390, line 41, remove ``Note: ED Form
> 80-0014 is intended for the use of grantees and should not be
> transmitted to the Department.'' This form should be included with your
> application. In column three of the same page (65 FR 31390), there is an
> incorrect website address. Line 31 should read

URL : http://alerts.sciencewise.com/swalert/doed/opp/FR05030001.htm
Matching Keywords :
        Education

   ======================= Item 8 of 9 =======================

TITLE: ADA RESEARCH AWARDS - AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION

>
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> SPONSOR: American Diabetes Association
>
> PURPOSE: This program provides grant support to both new and
> established investigators. Applications will be considered in any area
> that is relevant to the etiology or pathophysiology of diabetes and its
> complications.
>
> DEADLINE: August 1, 2000
>
> SUMMARY: Research Awards
> This program provides grant support to both new and established
> investigators. Applications will be considered in any area that is
> relevant to the etiology or pathophysiology of diabetes and its
> complications.
>
> Funding:
> $20,000-$100,000/year for up to three years for the purchase of
> equipment, supplies, and salary for technical assistance - up to
> $20,000 may be used for the investigator's salary. Up to 15% may be used
> for indirect costs.
>
> Deadlines:
> February 1 for July 1 funding, or August 1 for January 1 funding
>
> ELIGIBILITY

URL : http://alerts.sciencewise.com/swalert/fnd/opp/ada05250003.htm
Matching Keywords :
        Specialties of Medical & Allied Fields


   ======================= Item 9 of 9 =======================

TITLE: CLINICAL RESEARCH STARTER GRANTS - FAER

>
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> SPONSOR: Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research
>
> PURPOSE: Clinical Research Starter Grants provide initial support for
> investigators who will seek to obtain other support to continue their
> projects that focus on scholarly, hypothesis-based clinical studies. For
> FAER program purposes, “clinical research” is defined as
> patient-oriented research, including therapeutic interventions and
> clinical trials, as well as studies in human volunteers, epidemiological
> and biobehavioral studies, outcomes research, health services research,
> and development of new technologies.
>
> DEADLINE: August 15, 2000
>
> SUMMARY: Awards & Grants General Information
> In October 1986, the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA)
> approved the formation of the Foundation for Anesthesia Education and
> Research (FAER). The purpose of FAER is "to stimulate, develop, promote,
> authorize, commission or contract for, and finance education and
> research in subjects germane to the provision of anesthesia care and
> perioperative medicine." As federal funding for scientific research has
> become increasingly competitive, FAER's role in the support and
> development of academic anesthesiologists has grown.
>
> Six types of support are available from FAER. Applications follow NIH
> format, are reviewed by the ASA Committee on Research functioning as a

URL : http://alerts.sciencewise.com/swalert/fnd/opp/faer05260001.htm
Matching Keywords :
        Clinical Medicine, General

        Specialties of Medical & Allied Fields



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