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Slide1:  Hortencia M. Hornbeak, Ph.D. Associate Director for Review and Policy National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases National Institutes of Health Department of Health and Human Services Opportunities for Expanding US-Central and Eastern European (CEE) Research Collaboration Slide2:  Topics for Discussion Today NIH Background Information Mission Grants Process NIH Grants Involving Central and Eastern European Countries Extramural Research Grants Extramural Training Grants Grant Support Estonia Latvia Lithuania Looking to the Future Useful Research Funding Agency Links Slide3:  NIH Background Information Mission Grants Process Slide4:  U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Slide5:  Office of the Director National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases National Cancer Institute National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research National Institute on Drug Abuse National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences National Institute on Aging National Institute of Child Health and Human Development National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders National Eye Institute National Human Genome Research Institute National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute National Institute of Mental Health National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke National Institute of General Medical Sciences National Institute of Nursing Research National Library of Medicine Center for Information Technology Center for Scientific Review National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases National Center for Research Resources Clinical Center National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering Fogarty International Center The NIH Mission:  The NIH Mission “To uncover new knowledge that will lead to better health for everyone.” NIH fulfills its mission by::  NIH fulfills its mission by: Conducting research in its own laboratories. Supporting research scientists and research institutions throughout the world. Training research investigators. Fostering communication of medical and health sciences information. NIH Research & Training Support Mechanisms:  NIH Research & Training Support Mechanisms Domestic Award with a Foreign Component, including FIRCA (common) Direct Award to a foreign institution (rare, but increasing) Research Training R01, R03, R21, D43 Slide9:  NIH Evaluation Process of Applications Scientific Review Institute Advisory Councils NIH Grantees Ideas from Individual Scientists Applications are evaluated in peer review system. Scientists and public members examine the institute portfolio. Assess programs Approve applications Provide policy advice Each year, NIH receives approximately 68,000 research project grant applications. Approximately 25 percent of NIH applicants gain research funding. Slide10:  NIH Research Priorities Setting : Every Voice Counts Some Considerations for NIH-funded Research:  Some Considerations for NIH-funded Research Balance among laboratory research, clinical research, and epidemiological research. Protection of human and animal research subjects. Dissemination of research results. Technology transfer. Research integrity and scientific accountability. NIH Research Grants:  NIH Research Grants A foreign scientist is eligible to apply as Principal Investigator (PI) or co-investigator to pursue research in any area normally funded by NIH. NIH Research Grants (cont’d):  NIH Research Grants (cont’d) The foreign Principal Investigator (PI) must demonstrate a special opportunity to further health research not readily available in the U.S. Special opportunities include: expertise or access to equipment, resources, or populations not available in the U.S. Slide14:  NIH International Research Expenditures Dollars Fiscal Years 1994 to 2000 Slide15:  NIH Grants Involving Central and Eastern European (CEE) Partners Extramural Research Grants Extramural Training Grants NIH Grants Involving Central and Eastern European (CEE) Partners:  NIH Grants Involving Central and Eastern European (CEE) Partners NIH currently supports more than 150 collaborative research and training projects involving CEE (including a number of multi-site trials), demonstrating: A significant investment of funding, expertise Reflects the top public health priorities and competitive strengths of the leading research and academic institutions in CEE Foster an informal network in the life sciences Slide18:  Global Health Research Initiative Program International Research Scientist Career Development Maternal & Child Health FIRCA Program Population & Demography Environment & Ecology Mental Health / Stigma Research Tobacco Prevention & Control Health & Economic Development Bioinformatics Bioethics Genetics Clinical / Operational / Health Services Research Environmental & Occupational Health HIV / Malaria / TB & Other EIDs Biodiversity Platform — Mission Responsible Medical Reporting Demography & Other Social Sciences Nutrition Brain Initiative Vector Biology & Arbovirology Scientific Foundation Communicable Diseases & Environment New Initiatives Non-Communicable Diseases Fogarty International Center Division of International Training and Research:  Research and Training Opportunities Low- and middle-income countries eligible: Extramural Research Grants — 11 Programs Extramural Training Grants — 13 Programs Fogarty International Center Division of International Training and Research Slide20:  Extramural Research Grants Slide21:  Fogarty International Research Collaboration Award (FIRCA) Stigma and Global Health Research Program Brain Disorders in the Developing World: Research Across the Lifespan International Tobacco and Health Research and Capacity Building Health Environment and Economic Development (HEED) Ecology of Infectious Diseases Global Health Research Initiative Program for New Foreign Investigators (GRIP) International Cooperative Biodiversity Groups (ICBG) International Studies on Health and Economic Development Fogarty International Center Research Grant Programs Slide22:  Fogarty International Research Collaboration Award (FIRCA) Supports international research partnerships between NIH-supported U.S. scientists and collaborators in developing nations and countries in transition. Provides $32,000 per year (up to 3 years) for equipment and supplies for foreign lab, travel, and stipend for the foreign PI. CRISP database lists current NIH projects http:/www.nih.gov/grants/award/crisp.htm Stigma and Global Health Research Program :  Stigma and Global Health Research Program Stigma prevents seeking prevention and care and participating in research that could lead to effective interventions. Goal: to stimulate interdisciplinary research on the etiology and role of stigma in health, and to develop evidence-based interventions to prevent or reduce its negative effects on the health of individuals, groups and societies. Partners include NCMHD, NHGRI, NIAAA, NIAID, NIDCR, NIDA, NIMH, NINDS, OAR, OBSSR, ORWH, HRSA, Canadian IHR. Stigma and Global Health Research Program: Grantees in CEE:  Stigma and Global Health Research Program: Grantees in CEE Indiana University, Bloomington, is working with partners in 15 countries to examine the levels and correlates of the stigma of major depression, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder from a cross-national perspective. The foreign collaborators are from institutions in Argentina, Australia, Bangladesh, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Japan, New Zealand, The Philippines, South Africa, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Brain Disorders: Research Across the Life Cycle :  Brain Disorders: Research Across the Life Cycle Enormous burden of disease posed by mental illness and brain disorders. Phase I: 2-year planning grants to assess needs, develop collaborations and necessary resources, conduct feasibility and pilot studies. Phase II: RFA will be issued in 2005 for RO1s. Long-term goal: build sustainable research capacity in neurological/ developmental impairment. Partners: NIA, NIAAA, NICHD, NIDA, NIEHS, NEI, NIMH, NINDS, ODS, and Canada and Mexico Brain Disorders Program: Grantees in CEE :  Brain Disorders Program: Grantees in CEE Yale University, is working with colleagues at Ankara University, Turkey, to develop infrastructure and strengthen the capacity to conduct research in Turkey on the recognition, prevention, and treatment of developmental problems and disabilities in children. University of Illinois, Chicago, is collaborating with colleagues at St. Naum State University Hospital of Neu, Sofia, Bulgaria, to develop a program of studies with the long-term goals of examining neurocognitive aspects of brain function in drug addicts, with and without a diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder/psychopathy. International Tobacco and Health Research and Capacity Building :  International Tobacco and Health Research and Capacity Building WHO: Tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable death and disability in adults globally. By 2025, predicted 10 M deaths annually, 70% in developing world, straining resource needs. Goal: development of scientific data for decision-making on tobacco issues, to include epidemiological-behavioral, prevention, communication, health services, and policy research of local relevance. Partners include NCI, NHLBI, NICHD, NIDA, NINR, CDC, WHO-TFI, Canadian IHR. Health, Environment, and Economic Development (HEED):  Health, Environment, and Economic Development (HEED) Goal: support interdisciplinary, international research collaborations on the linkages among health, environment, and development in developing nations and countries in transition Developmental grants in 2003, full RO1s in 2005 Strong research capacity building Policy relevance and dissemination plans Evaluation of impacts Partners include NIEHS, NICHD, NIDA, OBSSR, USGS Slide29:  HIV/AIDS Research Bioethics Environmental and Occupational Health Clinical, Operational and Health Services Research (ICOHRTA) Building Capacity in Support of ICIDR sites Emerging Infectious Diseases and Tuberculosis Global Infectious Disease Research Training International Cooperative Biodiversity Groups FIC-NLM Medical Informatics Maternal and Child Health Population and Health Malaria Genetics Fogarty International Center Research Training Grant Programs Slide30:  Extramural Training Grants FIC Research Training Grants (D43) :  FIC Research Training Grants (D43) Opportunities for scientists and health professionals from low- and middle-income nations to train at the Ph.D., Masters, and post-doctoral levels while working on international research projects. FIC Research Training Grants:  FIC Research Training Grants Institutional training grant to U.S. universities and non-profit research institutions in response to a specific request for application (RFA). Awardees are current NIH grant recipients with demonstrated research collaboration with foreign research institutions. Purpose: support training of scientists for building of research capacity in developing nations and countries in transition. Support Available Through FIC Training Grants:  Support Available Through FIC Training Grants Masters and Doctoral Degrees * Tuition, Stipends, Travel, Related Expenses Post-doctoral Fellowships * Tuition, Stipends, Travel, Related Expenses Short Courses (in U.S. or In-country) * Tuition, Travel, Per diem Training-related In-country research grants and * Re-entry grants Limited salary, admin support for U.S. university FIC Training Program Characteristics:  FIC Training Program Characteristics Systematic approach Stability and Long-term Commitment Response to Local Needs and Priorities Long-term Mentoring Mutual Reinforcement of Training/Research Empowerment and mutual respect Individual and Institutional Partnerships Advanced In-country Research (upon return) Networking Flexibility Leverage International Training and Research Program in Environmental and Occupational Health (ITREOH):  International Training and Research Program in Environmental and Occupational Health (ITREOH) Training of foreign health scientists, clinicians, epidemiologists, toxicologists, engineers, industrial hygienists, chemists, and allied health workers, with focus on epidemiology and prevention research, environmental monitoring, and engineering control. Partners: NIEHS, NIOSH/CDC ITREOH in CEE:  ITREOH in CEE Center for International Rural and Environmental Health, University of Iowa, Iowa City Focus on environmental epidemiology, acute & chronic respiratory diseases, exposure assessment, ergonomics, and pesticides Slovakia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Romania, Poland State University of NY (SUNY), School of Public Health, Albany Focus on air pollution, hazardous waste management, industrial hygiene, environmental and occupational health policy Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Ukraine ITREOH in CEE (cont’d):  ITREOH in CEE (cont’d) Great Lakes Center for Occupational &  Environmental Safety and Health, University of Illinois,Chicago Focus on epidemiology, exposure assessment (Chernobyl-related health effects) Ukraine, Belarus, Russia Michigan State University, Institute of International Health Focus on environmental toxicology, industrial hygiene, biomedical & environmental engineering, epidemiology Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro International Clinical, Operational, and Health Services Research and Training w/focus on Non-Communicable Diseases (ICOHRTA):  International Clinical, Operational, and Health Services Research and Training w/focus on Non-Communicable Diseases (ICOHRTA) First series of grants focused mostly on mental health and drug abuse-related research training programs. Supports integrated multidisciplinary, clinical, operational, and health services research and training collaborations. Slide39:  International Clinical, Operational, and Health Services Research and Training Award (ICOHRTA) Participating NIH Institutes and Centers Fogarty International Center (FIC) National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) National Institute on Aging (NIA) National Center on Complimentary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) ICOHRTA: http://www.nih.gov/fic/programs/ICOHRTA.html ICOHRTA Sites in CEE:  ICOHRTA Sites in CEE Czech Republic: multidisciplinary research training to clinicians, economists, sociologists, public policy and mental health professionals, with focus on improving mental health care and service delivery. University of California, Berkeley; and Charles University, Prague Poland: research training emphasizing multidisciplinary approaches to the problem of substance abuse, with focus on mental health and alcohol abuse. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; and Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology, Warsaw ICOHRTA Sites in CEE (cont’d):  ICOHRTA Sites in CEE (cont’d) Ukraine: training in clinical, operational, and health services research, with focus on substance abuse treatment, prevention and control of related health problems. University of Alabama, Birmingham; and Pirogov Medical University, Vinnitsa Turkey: training in clinical, prevention, and epidemiological science, with focus on developmental disorders and mental health of children. Children’s Hospital, Boston; and Ankara University International Bioethics Education and Career Development Award :  International Bioethics Education and Career Development Award Romania and Russia: M.A. in Bioethics, including online interactive research ethics course, clinical ethics rotation ,and analysis of case studies in international research ethics, research proposal development. Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland; Colegiul Medicilor (Medical College), Iasi, Romania; St. Petersburg State University, Russia Slide43:  NIH Grants with Estonia NIGMS Novel Oxygenation of Arachidonic Acid (Supplement). Allen Brash, Vanderbilt University Medical Center Nigulas Samuel, Tallinn Technical University FIC Screening for STDs Using Home Sampling in Estonia. Anneli Uuskula, Univeristy of Tartu NIAID Community Programs for Clinical Research on AIDS. Fred Gordon, Social and Scientific Systems Kai Zilmer, West-Tallinn Central Hospital NIAID The Impact of Neurocognitive Deficits and HIV Risk Behaviors on HIV Transmission Among Injection and Non-injection Drug users in Russia and Estonia. John Bartlett, Johns Hopkins University Maarike Harro, Univeristy of Tartu NHLBI Magnesium in Coronaries (MAGIC). Sonja McKinlay, New England Research Institute Jaan Eha, Mustamae Hospital Slide44:  NIH Grants with Latvia FIC Effect of Phosphoinositidies on Cytoskeletal Structure. Paul Janmey, University of Pennsylvania Andrejs Cebers, University of Latvia NHLBI Occluded Artery Trial. Judith S. Hochman, St Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center Uldis Kalnins, P. Stradins Clinical University Hospital NHLBI Magnesium in Coronaries (MAGIC). Sonja McKinlay, New England Research Institute Fjodor Kochkarev, Hospital Bikour Holim, Riga Slide45:  NIH Grants with Lithuania NIAID Community Programs for Clinical Research on AIDS-(CPCRA) International SMART Study. Fred Gordin, Social and Scientific Systems Saulius Chaplinskas, Lithuania AIDS Center NHLBI Magnesium in Coronaries (MAGIC). Sonja McKinlay, New England Research Institute Algimantas Kirkutis, Klaipeda University NIA Health Disparities in Aging Societies in Transition. Stanislava Domarkiene, Kaunas Univeristy of Medicine Looking to the Future :  Looking to the Future “Glue/Bridge” grant to create inter-institutional links and a thematic/multidisciplinary networking structure? CEE Networking Forum? Priority training needs? Translation of research findings Bottom up: community outreach, public education, advocacy, intervention programs, media/PR Top down: involvement of policymakers in research planning, policy development Technology transfer, innovation management Quality epidemiological studies with standard methodologies Clinical research with mentoring Bioethics, human subjects protection, IRB issues Grantsmanship and grant management practices, peer review Slide47:  OTHER ORGANIZATIONS THAT SUPPORT U.S. – CENTRAL and EASTERN EUROPE COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS: Howard Hughes Medical Institute http://www.hhmi.org/grants/ Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) http://www.hfsp.org/home.php NATO http://www.nato.int/science The Wellcome Trust’s International Programme http://www.wellcome.ac.uk/en/1/gra.html Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS) http://www.usuhs.edu The UNDP, World Bank and WHO fund the Special Program for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR) http://www.eepsea.org/en/ev-41309-201-1-DO_TOPIC.html American Foundation for AIDS Research (AmFAR) International Fund Program http://www.amfar.org/cgi-bin/iowa/index.html World AIDS Foundation http://www.apa.org/science/worldaids.html The Heiser Program for Research in Leprosy and Tuberculosis http://www.educationobserver.com/scholarship/ HEISER_PROGRAM_FOR_RESEARCH_IN_ LEPROSY_AND_TUBERCULOSIS.htm Slide48:  The International Foundation, Inc. Phone: (201) 838-4664 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) http://neespi.gsfc.nasa.gov/ National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) http://www.nist.gov/ Rockefeller Foundation Biotechnology Career Fellowships http://www.rockfound.org/display.asp?context=3&collection=6 Netherlands Institute for Health Sciences (NIHES) http://www.nihes.nl Fulbright Scholar Programs http://www.cies.org/ International Brain Research Organization (IBRO) http://www.ibro.info/ Community of Science, Inc. (COS) http://www.cos.com Directory of International Grants and Fellowships in the Health Sciences http://www.nih.gov/fic/news/directory.html GrantsNet http://www.grantsnet.org/ OTHER ORGANIZATIONS THAT SUPPORT U.S. – CENTRAL and EASTERN EUROPE COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS (cont’d): Slide49:  NIH Website: www.nih.gov FIC Website: www.fic.nih.gov NIAID Website: www.niaid.nih.gov Questions? :  Questions? Please contact: Hortencia M. Hornbeak, Ph.D. Telephone: 301.496.8208 Fax: 301.402.2638 Email: hh7q@nih.gov

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