Secondary Analyses and Archiving of Social and Behavioral Datasets in Aging
The National Institute on Aging (NIA) recently issued two R03 grant announcements. R03 grants support small research projects that can be carried out in a short period of time with limited resources.
The announcements are soliciting applications for (1) secondary analysis of data on aging in the areas of psychology, behavioral genetics, economics, demography, or (2) archiving and dissemination of data sets. These two announcements have two separate funds of $1,000,000 each as well as separate reviews and due dates.
R03 RFA AG13-004 Secondary Analyses and Archiving of Social and Behavioral Datasets in Aging (R03): Researchers can request up to $50K in direct cost per year for only one year.
R03 RFA AG13-009 Secondary Analyses and Archiving of Social and Behavioral Datasets in Aging (R03): Researchers can request up to $100K per year in direct cost per year for up to two years; researchers can request up to $200K in direct cost over two year period.
Applicants are allowed to submit multiple applications to both announcements as long as the aims are distinct. NIH will not accept any application in response to either RFA that is essentially the same as one currently pending initial peer review unless the applicant withdraws the pending application.
If you submitted an R03 application to NIH previously and the review is complete and it was not funded you can re-submit the application as a “new” application to either of the RFAs.
Please direct questions to Dr. Partha Bhattacharyya at 301-496-3131 or at email@example.com.
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