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Clinical Research
 

The NCRR Division for Clinical Research Resources (DCRR) provides funding to biomedical research institutions to establish and maintain specialized clinical research facilities and clinical-grade biomaterials that enable clinical and patient-oriented research. DCRR supports these resources through the following programs:

Announcement: NCRR participates in the NIH Extramural Loan Repayment Programs for Clinical Researchers.

 
 
Requests for Applications (RFAs), Program Announcements (PAs), and Notices (NOTs)Back to Top

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

Arrow Bullet Clinical Research RFAs, PAs, and NOTs
Arrow Bullet Inactive Clinical Research RFAs, PAs, and NOTs
 
Clinical Research Program GuidelinesBack to Top
Arrow Bullet Division for Clinical Research Resources Program Guidelines (Draft - March 17, 2004) describe the DCRR programs, especially the General Clinical Research Centers.
Arrow Bullet Mandatory NIH Medical Education Course: Protection of Human Participants in Research - NIH now requires all investigators who apply for, or receive, NIH funds for research involving people to be educated on human subjects protection. Accordingly, NIH has developed a Web-based, continuing education program on the protection of human participants in research.
 
Publications, Plans, and ReportsBack to Top
Arrow Bullet Clinical Research Resources Directory provides contact information and lists the locations of General Clinical Research Centers (GCRC), the National Gene Vector Laboratories Coordinating Center, the Islet Cell Resource Consortium Administrative and Bioinformatics Coordinating Center, and the Human Tissue and Organ Resource of the National Disease Research Interchange.
 
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Islet Cell Resource Grantsmanship Workshop - February 2001
 
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NIH Funds First National SNP Genotyping Center at Broad Institute NIH announces that it will fund the first national center for high-throughput genotyping dedicated solely to large-scale SNP (single nucleotide polymorphism) analysis at the Eli and Edythe L. Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard University in Cambridge, MA. A five-year cooperative agreement will provide over $14 million to create a high-capacity resource so that U.S. researchers can quickly and cost-effectively carry out large-scale studies of genetic variation in humans and animals to advance disease gene identification. - October 2004
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Clinical Research Professional Meetings/Workshops
 
Other LinksBack to Top
Arrow Bullet Links Related to Clinical Research
 
ArchivesBack to Top
Arrow Bullet Guidelines for the Clinical Research Programs - November 2001
Arrow Bullet Guidelines for the Clinical Research Programs - April 2001 [PDF]
Arrow Bullet Guidelines for the Clinical Research Programs - January 1999
Arrow Bullet Inactive Clinical Research RFAs, PAs, and NOTs
 
 

For further information, contact:

Director, Division for Clinical Research Resources
National Center for Research Resources
National Institutes of Health
One Democracy Plaza, Room 906
6701 Democracy Boulevard, MSC 4874
Bethesda, Maryland 20892-4874
Telephone: 301-435-0790
FAX: 301-480-3661
e-mail: CRADIR@mail.nih.gov

 

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