NIH Funding Opportunites

NIH NHLBI BLOODSAFE: Research to enhance availability of safe blood for patients with severe anemia and hemorrhagic conditions in low or lower-middle income countries (LLMICs) in Sub-Saharan Africa (UG3/UH3 Clinical Trial Optional) (RFA-HL-20-009)

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
Eligibility: The primary PD/PI must have a academic appointment at an institution in a low income or lower-middle income country (by the World Bank criteria) in Sub-Saharan Africa. This academic affiliation must constitute at least 50% of the PD/PI full time professional effort in the past 2 years Ensuring that children with malaria or sickle cell disease and pregnant women who suffer from obstetric hemorrhage have access to safe transfusion therapies is of high programmatic interest. BLOODSAFE will support projects that develop and test feasible, effective and sustainable strategies to increase the number of safe blood donors, to improve quality and safety of blood supplies, and to enhance blood delivery to patients in need, especially in remote settings.

Application Receipt Date(s)-revised : June 11, 2019

Program announcement:
https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-HL-20-009.html

See NIH Notice (NOT-HL-19-706)-impacts the budget forms.

The application forms package originally posted with this Funding Opportunity Announcement mistakenly included an R&R Budget form which limits an application to only 5 budget periods. RFA-HL-20-009 allows for up to 6 budget periods.
To address this issue, a new application forms package which can accomodate 6 budget periods has been posted in Grants.gov identified by a Competition ID of ‘FORMS-E-REVISED’. If you initiated an application using the original (FORMS-E) package, you must move the application information to the FORMS-E-REVISED application package to successfully submit. If you are not sure which application package you are using, check out this resource.Note: ASSIST, Workspace and many institutional system-to-system solutions allow application data to be easily copied from one application package to another. In this case, the “copy” feature will move all but your budget data to the form package. Contact appropriate support team for assistance (ASSIST – eRA Service Desk; Workspace – Grants.gov Contact Center).

NIH NLBI BLOODSAFE: Research to enhance availability of safe blood for patients with severe anemia and hemorrhagic conditions in low or lower-middle income countries (LLMICs) in Sub-Saharan Africa - Data Coordinating Center (DCC) (U24 Clinical Trial Not Allowed) (RFA-HL-20-010)

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
Eligibility: The primary PD/PI must have a academic appointment at an institution in a low income or lower-middle income country (by the World Bank criteria) in Sub-Saharan Africa. This academic affiliation must constitute at least 50% of the PD/PI full time professional effort in the past 2 years. Ensuring that children with malaria or sickle cell disease and pregnant women who suffer from obstetric hemorrhage have access to safe transfusion therapies is of high programmatic interest. BLOODSAFE will support projects that develop and test feasible, effective and sustainable strategies to increase the number of safe blood donors, to improve quality and safety of blood supplies, and to enhance blood delivery to patients in need, especially in remote settings.

Application Receipt Date(s)-revised: June 11, 2019

Program announcement:
https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-HL-20-010.html

See NIH Notice (NOT-HL-19-707)-impacts the budget forms for this FOA.
The application forms package originally posted with this Funding Opportunity Announcement mistakenly included an R&R Budget form which limits an application to only 5 budget periods. RFA-HL-20-010 allows for up to 6 budget periods.
To address this issue, a new application forms package which can accomodate 6 budget periods has been posted in Grants.gov identified by a Competition ID of ‘FORMS-E-REVISED’. If you initiated an application using the original (FORMS-E) package, you must move the application information to the FORMS-E-REVISED application package to successfully submit. If you are not sure which application package you are using, check out this resource.Note: ASSIST, Workspace and many institutional system-to-system solutions allow application data to be easily copied from one application package to another. In this case, the “copy” feature will move all but your budget data to the form package. Contact appropriate support team for assistance (ASSIST – eRA Service Desk; Workspace – Grants.gov Contact Center).