Centers to Improve Delivery of Pediatric Health Services

Agency: Nat’l Institutes of Health (HHS); Program: Clinical Sites for the IDeA States Pediatric Clinical Trials Network (UG1) (CFDA 93.113) (Funding Opportunity Number: RFA-OD-16-001); Eligibility: Schools, governments, public and private institutions of higher education, faith- or community-based organizations; minority serving institutions, for-profits, including small business and nonprofits; Funding: $30 million for up to 15 grants (no match required); Deadline: April 15.

Summary: Grants support a network of institutional research capacity building programs from entities in Institutional Development Award (IDeA)-eligible states that support pediatric clinical trials. The IDeA States Pediatric Clinical Trials Network is being created to investigate all diseases and conditions relevant to the pediatric population, but priority will be given to the Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes Program. This will include: 1) upper and lower airway disease; 2) obesity; 3) pre-, peri-, and postnatal outcomes; and 4) neurodevelopment.

Info: (NOFA);  Bryan Clark, 301-435-6975, Email:

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