Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Available Federal and Non Federal Grants

Federal Grants

Minority Population Specific: $500k or more . . .  
  • Agency for International Development: Sustainable, Community Action and Leadership Enhancement towards Universal Health Care (UHC) through Clinical and Organizational Capacity-Strengthening of Midwives for Maternal, Neonatal, Child Health and Nutrition (MNCHN SCALE-UP) Grant. View Full Announcement
  • Agency for International Development: Advancing Partners Community-based Family Planning Project Grant. View Full Announcement
$500k or more . . .  
  • HHS/National Institutes of Health: Advancing Exceptional Research on HIV/AIDS (R01) Grant. View Full Announcement
  • HHS/National Institutes of Health: Improving Diet and Physical Activity Assessment (R01). View Full Announcement
  • HHS/National Institutes of Health: Research Resource for Human Organs and Tissues (U42) Grant. View Full Announcement
$500k or less . . .  
  • HHS/Health Resources & Services Administration: Integrative Medicine Program (IMP) Grant. View Full Announcement
  • HHS/Health Resources & Services Administration: National coordinating center for Integrative Medicine Grant. View Full Announcement
  • HHS/National Institutes of Health: Establish Sharing of Human Brain Image Data Relevant to Drug Addiction (Admin Supp) Grant. View Full Announcement
  • HHS/National Institutes of Health: Renal Function and Chronic Kidney Disease in Aging (R21) Grant. View Full Announcement

Non Federal Grants

$500k or less . . . 
  • Greater Rochester Health Foundation: 2013 Opportunity Grants to support projects with maximum potential to positively impact the community's health in the areas of prevention and health care delivery. Learn More Exit Disclaimer
Kendal Charitable Funds: Promising Innovations Grant supports improvements in serving older adults. View Full Announcement

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