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In this Section
- Funding Opportunities
- Application Process
- Applications Requesting $500,000 or More in Direct Costs
- NIAAA Award Contacts
- NIAAA T32 Supplemental Information
- Special Emphasis Panels
- Supplemental Instructions for Preparing an Alcohol Research Center Grant Application
- NIAAA Board of Scientific Counselors
- NIAAA Scientific Review Group Rosters
- Appeals of Scientific Peer Review
- Schedule of Scientific Review Group Meetings
- Information on Post-Submission Materials for P50 & P60 ARC Grant Applications
- NIAAA Requirements for Electronic Submission of Administrative Supplement Applications
- Resources for Applicants
- NIAAA Statement on Research Priorities and Procedures
- Management & Reporting
Funding Opportunities for International Research
NIAAA promotes international research by encouraging international collaborations between alcohol research investigators within the United States and foreign institutions. The research topics cover the full spectrum of alcohol research from basic science to clinical, public health and health services research, including HIV/AIDS.
The applicants are encouraged to visit these links for additional information about NIAAA’s International Programs.
PAR-11-182: International Research Collaboration on Alcohol and Alcoholism (U01). The objective of this funding opportunity announcement (FOA) is to foster international collaborations between alcohol research investigators within the United States and investigators outside of the United States. The goal of the program is to facilitate, through international collaborations, advancements in the understanding of alcohol problems and the clinical and public health approaches to their solutions.
PAR-13-011: Brain Tissue Resource Center for Alcohol Research (R28). The purpose of this FOA to support existing foreign resource centers to develop brain tissue banks for the benefit of US investigators.
NIAAA-Issued FOA’s: This lists a number of FOA that foreign institutions may apply.
For additional information, foreign applicants are encouraged to contact the Program Officers listed in the FOA or the following individuals:
NIAAA International Program
Dr. Peggy Murray
NIAAA HIV/AIDS Program
Dr. Kendall Bryant