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OppNet Request for Applications: Mechanistic pathways linking psychosocial stress and behavior (R01)

OppNet, NIH’s Basic Behavioral and Social Science Opportunity Network, just released a new RFA for three-year research projects: Mechanistic pathways linking psychosocial stress and behavior (R01) This OppNet Funding Opportunity […]... More>


Observer Article

The Picture for Behavioral Research: An In-depth Look at the FY 2005 Federal Budget

In February, the White House released its federal budget request for the fiscal year 2005. The figures for behavioral and psychological science research funding are expected to increase, but the […]... More>


Observation

Bailout Envy

The following is part of the Observer’s series of occasional conversations with a veteran participant in science and government relations, Dr. Grant Swinger, Director of the Center for the Absorption […]... More>


Observer Article

A Rightful Place for Science. But Where Is It?

“We’ll restore science to its rightful place…” President Barack Obama, Inaugural Address. Where is that place? The President didn’t say, which is fair enough, given that inaugural addresses mainly consist […]... More>


Observer Article

Stimulus Package Provides Bonanza for NIH

Dread of disease and hope for cures have long been the political propellants for generous support of the National Institutes of Health. The old trio has now been joined by […]... More>