The All of Us is promoting two new funding opportunities designed to support data analysis using the Researcher Workbench

May 23, 2022 - 09:10PM - by Brian Aloisi

All of Us commits up to $2 mil. for NIH-wide data analysis

The All of Us Research Program is working with 29 institutes, centers and offices from across the National Institutes of Health to support analysis using the All of Us Researcher Workbench. Current NIH awardees with active projects supported by participating institutes, centers, or offices may submit applications to be considered for supplemental funding available through this Notice of Special Interest.All of Us awards are not eligible for this funding. Please see “Notice of Special Interest: Administrative Supplements to Advance Precision Medicine Using the All of Us Research Program’s Data” for more details. Applications will be accepted until July 5, 2022. 

NIMHD seeks All of Us pilot project applications from Research Centers in Minority Institutions: The National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities has invited Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) U54 awardees to submit applications for administrative supplemental funding to support pilot research projects utilizing the All of Us dataset. The health equity focused projects must be led by post-doctoral fellows, junior faculty, or other early-stage investigators. Please see “Notice of Special Interest (NOSI): Administrative Supplements to Support "All of Us" and Health Disparities-Related Pilot Research Projects at NIMHD-Funded Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI)” for more details on eligibility and the objectives of this funding. Applications are due June 27, 2022.

Today in Nature Medicine: GenoVA Study Report

April 19, 2022 - 05:55PM - by Brian Aloisi

Development of a clinical polygenic risk score assay and reporting workflow

NIH Cloud Platform Interoperability Administrative Coordinating Center

March 18, 2022 - 04:09PM - by Brian Aloisi

The purpose of this announcement is to invite applications from eligible organizations to engage with the NIH in providing technical, administrative, and coordination support for the NIH Cloud Platform Interoperability program (NCPI). The goal of NCPI is to enable a federated data ecosystem that will facilitate researcher-driven analyses of datasets across multiple cloud-based platforms and repositories.

The University of Colorado is studying relationships among different types of outcomes important to health services and implementation practitioners and researchers

March 17, 2022 - 07:52PM - by Brian Aloisi

Our implementation science team at the University of Colorado is studying relationships among different types of outcomes important to health services and implementation practitioners and researchers. Most health service and D&I frameworks consider multiple types of outcomes but there has been little research on their connections.

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