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Anatomy of a New Federal Program

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Not long ago, NIH invited 250 of the best scientific minds from universities across the country to advise on how to start a $120–150 million research project. It ended ten years later in not such a usual way — even for Washington — with a major new initiative at NIH called OppNet, shorthand for Basic Behavioral Science Opportunity Network, the focus of the recent meeting. We both believe its results are going to change the face of health care. ... More>


Groups Call for Scientists to Engage the Body Politic


Federal Funding Agencies at the APS Annual Convention

Submitting grant applications is often a nail-biting, anxiety-causing process. In this uncertain economic climate, it can be more stressful than ever to apply for funding for research projects. The “Federal Funding Opportunities for Psychological Scientists” symposium at the APS 23rd Annual Convention could not have come at a better time. In the symposium, speakers from many federal agencies described their respective agencies and offered suggestions as to where psychological scientists can look for research support.... More>


FY2012 OppNet Funding Opportunity: Sleep and social environment: Basic biopsychosocial processes (R21)

OppNet, NIH’s Basic Behavioral and Social Sciences Research Opportunity Network, has released its first FY2012 funding opportunity: Sleep and social environment: Basic biopsychosocial processes (R21). ... More>


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U.S. Senate FY 2011 Excerpts of Appropriations Report

The scope of behavioral research as seen in many NIH programs such as the National Cancer Institute, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, National Institute of General Medical Sciences and more.... More>