Federal research funding opportunities for psychology
Listed below are new funding announcements from federal agencies for support of research and training in areas that include psychological science. All types of funding opportunities are represented, including grants, fellowships, career development awards, cooperative agreements, contracts and small business awards.
Federal funding opportunities can also be found at grants.gov.
See last month’s list.
National Science Foundation
Department of Health and Human Services
National Institutes of Health
NIH Director's Transformative Research Awards (R01)
NIH Support for Conferences and Scientific Meetings (Parent R13/U13)
Institutional Clinical and Translational Science Award (U54)
Juvenile Protective Factors and Their Effects on Aging (R01)
Research on Children in Military Families: The Impact of Parental Military Deployment and Reintegration on Child and Family Functioning (R13)
(NICHD, NIDA, OBSSR, ORWH)
Cohort Studies of HIV/AIDS and Substance Use (U01)
IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) [P20]
Biobehavioral Research Awards for Innovative New Scientists (BRAINS) (R01)
Dimensional Approaches to Research Classification in Psychiatric Disorders (R01)
Research on Psychopathology In Intellectual Disabilities (R01)
Women's Mental Health During Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period (R21)
(NIMH, NICHD, NIDA)
Women's Mental Health During Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period (R01)
(NIMH, NICHD, NIDA)
Advancing Community-level Approaches to Reduce HIV Infection in Highly Impacted Communities (R01)
Advancing Community-level Approaches to Reduce HIV Infection in Highly Impacted Communities (R21)
Advancing Community-level Approaches to Reduce HIV Infection in Highly Impacted Communities (R34)
NIMHD Transdisciplinary Collaborative Centers for Health Disparities Research (U54)
Health Resources & Services Administration
Department of Education
Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) (PDF, 378KB)
[see Human Research]
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