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The NCRR Division for Biomedical Technology Research and Research Resources (DBTRRR) supports infrastructure development in the areas of new and existing instrumentation, software development, and biomedical technology in three broad funding categories:

 
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These items are organized by NCRR programs and are linked to the NIH Guide. (Explanation of RFAs, PAs, and NOTs)

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Arrow BulletGuidelines for Biomedical Technology Programs - January 1999 describe the purpose, scope, and nature of each DBTRRR funding program: Biomedical Technology Resource Centers Program, Investigator-Initiated Research Project Grants, Shared Instrumentation Grants Program, High-End Instrumentation Program, Small Business Innovation Research, and Small Business Technology Transfer.
Arrow BulletReview Guidelines for Biomedical Technology Resource Center (P41) Applications - July 2002 summarize the structure and mission of P41 research resource centers and describe the unique criteria and procedures for review of these applications.
 
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Arrow BulletBiomedical Technology Research Resources Directory provides contact information and lists the locations of Biomedical Technology Resource Centers.
 
Fact Sheets about Biomedical Technology Programs
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Arrow BulletHigh-End Instrumentation Grants
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Reports
Data and Collaboratories in the Biomedical Research Community - September 2002
Computational Cell Biology - Challenges and Opportunities for an Emerging Field - March 2001
NCRR Biomedical Collaboratories Workshop Report - October 2000
Report of the Bioinformatics Working Group of the National Advisory Research Resources Council - June 2000
In Vivo Microscopy: Technology and Applications - March 1999
Evaluation of the NIH Shared Instrumentation Grant (SIG) Program: Reports From Users - June 1996
 
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NCRR, NIGMS, and DOE Fund "SPEAR3" Synchrotron Radiation Source The SPEAR3 project, located at the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory, was dedicated on January 29, 2004. Jointly funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Energy, SPEAR3 was called "a light source that will enlarge our ability to see new things with a brightness 100,000 times better than we had before." - January 2004
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Biomedical Technologies Professional Meetings/Workshops
  
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Arrow Bullet Inactive Biomedical Technology RFAs, PAs, and NOTs

 

 

For further information, contact:

Director, Division for Biomedical Technology Research and Research Resources
National Center for Research Resources
National Institutes of Health
One Democracy Plaza, Room 962
6701 Democracy Boulevard, MSC 4874
Bethesda, Maryland 20892-4874
Telephone: 301-435-0755
FAX: 301-480-3659
e-mail: BTADIR@mail.nih.gov

 

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