FIC ARRA RFA for Global Human Subjects Research Oversight

This one just has Fogarty ( and its typical pittance for budget) plus NIAID, NIDA, & NIMH.

Program to Enhance NIH-supported Global Health Research Involving Human Subjects (S07)
LOI Receipt Date: February 22, 2010
Application Receipt Date: March 22, 2010

FOA invites applications from US institutions for one year of support for resources & activities that will strengthen oversight of NIH-supported human subjects research conducted collaboratively with institutions in low- to middle-income countries.

Direct costs may not exceed $50,000 for a one-year project period … NO F&A (indirect) COSTS ALLOWED … 12-13 awards anticipated.

12-p Research Strategy narrative

Applications will be supported to develop collaborative processes and training as well as jointly used tools and systems to address the specific needs and capabilities for improved review and monitoring of protocols for NIH-supported research conducted at a developing country institution. The grants will provide one year of support for an applicant US IRB to collaborate with a developing country counterpart IRB that reviews some of the same NIH research protocols to do any of the following:

  • Develop sustainable electronic systems, procedures and communication methods to facilitate collaboration on review and monitoring of protocols sent to both IRBs;
  • Increase administrative, scientific, socio-cultural and ethical competencies of IRB members and staff related to research reviewed by both IRBs through joint workshops, short-term exchange and training activities;
  • Create sustainable international research ethics training resources for global health researchers at both institutions to improve research protocols and practices involving human subjects in the collaborating developing country.

Scientific/Research Contact:
Barbara Sina, PhD
Telephone: (301) 402-9467
Email (preferred): sinab@mail.nih.gov

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