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PDF document icon Flyer for NIH Special seminar.pdf — PDF document, 438 KB (448627 bytes)

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PDF document icon Postdoc on Older Adult Health.pdf — PDF document, 34 KB (34879 bytes)

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Two Posdoctoral Fellows

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PDF document icon Community Engaged Research Flyer_PAA 2019.pdf — PDF document, 1.76 MB (1841840 bytes)

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PDF document icon RFP - Faculty Seed Grant 2019 - Deadline Extended.pdf — PDF document, 153 KB (156926 bytes)

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PDF document icon Postdoc PSC Univ of PA.pdf — PDF document, 41 KB (42158 bytes)

PDF document icon Call for papers PSID 2019 User Conference.pdf — PDF document, 81 KB (83272 bytes)

Hourly RA needed in the Department of Epidemiology

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PhD studentships

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INRS PROFESSOR

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Callforpapers_ALAP

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UPenn PostdocFellow

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RILSA_research staff

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ViennaYearbook

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MNHN-English

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MNHN-French

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NUSPostdoc

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BSPS

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RostockRetreatCall

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HKUSTPHD

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job description

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job application

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Wittgenstein

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Call for Proposals: NSF on Coronavirus

NSF - Open till further notice

NSF Accepting Proposals on Coronavirus. In light of the emergence and spread of COVID-19 in the United States and abroad, the National Science Foundation (NSF) is accepting proposals to conduct non-medical, non-clinical-care research that can be used immediately to explore how to model and understand the spread of COVID-19, to inform and educate about the science of virus transmission and prevention, and to encourage the development of processes and actions to address this global challenge.

For more information see the NSF full letter

NIDI PhD

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NIDI PostDoc

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RILSA_HEAD

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CLIMHB

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American Sociological Association Annual Meeting CfP

ASA - November 8, 2021 through February 9, 2022

American Sociological Association Annual meeting will begin accepting proposals November 8, 2021.

Deadline February 9, 2022, 11:59 p.m. ET

For more information, see the announcement on the ASA website

Promoting Reproductive Health for Adolescents and Adults with Disabilities

NICHD - March 30, 2022

This award supports research that addresses gaps in the understanding of best practices for promoting reproductive health across the transition from adolescence to adulthood for persons with disabilities.

While awareness of health disparities related to race and ethnicity, sex, and gender has increased, awareness of health disparities among persons with disabilities (PWD) has lagged. Systematic reviews and empirical studies have shown that PWD experience disparities in preventive health care. Qualitative research interviewing physicians in general practice reveals that only a minority feel very confident in their abilities to care for PWD. Reproductive health care is particularly problematic. Providers struggle to assign decision-making priority between persons with disabilities and their caregivers. Providers also report discomfort defining the full set of appropriate preventive screening procedures and preventive care options and assessing patients’ ability to participate or use them.

Deadline: March 30, 2022
Letter of intent due February 28, 2022

See the announcement for details

Intersectionality Research, Policy, & Practice Summer Intensive

Intersectionality Training Institute - February 1, 2022

Passionate about intersectionality, social justice and health equity? Excited by the prospect of spending 5-days in Philadelphia, PA with a community of graduate students , researchers of all career stages, and practitioners who share your commitment to using intersectionality as a tool to catalyze health equity? We figured you might be.

Event: July 11-15, 2022

Registration deadline: February 1, 2022

For more information, see the announcement

Fertility Status as a Marker for Overall Health

NIH / NICHD R01 - February 19, 2022

The purpose of this funding opportunity (FOA) is to support research that explores the premise that fertility status can be a marker for overall health. Chronic conditions such as cancer, diabetes, and obesity can impair fertility; however, less is known about the extent to which fertility status can impact or act as a marker for overall health. Data suggest that infertility is not necessarily a unique disease of the reproductive axis but is often physiologically or genetically linked with other diseases and conditions. Recent epidemiologic studies demonstrate links between fertility status in both males and females and various somatic diseases and disorders. Taken together, these data strongly suggest that fertility status can be a window into overall health.

Deadline: February 19, 2022

See announcement for details

Addressing Mental Health Disparities Research Gaps: Aggregating and Mining Existing Data Sets for Secondary Analyses

DHHS R01 - October 18, 2022

Supports R01 research projects that aggregate existing data sets to examine mechanisms by which factors at multiple levels (e.g., policy, society, community, school, family, individual) contribute to, exacerbate, or reduce disparities across development in order to inform understanding of disparities in risk and etiology of mental disorders, to facilitate the development and refinement of preventive and therapeutic interventions for differentially affected individuals, and/or to inform targets and timing of services interventions to address disparities in access, engagement, quality and outcomes of mental health services.

Deadline: October 18, 2022

For more information, see the announcement

NIA Investigator-Initiated Research Projects

National Institute on Aging - September 25, 2022

Supports investigator-initiated research projects addressing scientific areas relevant to NIA's mission. Each application submitted to this program must include at least three related research projects that share a common central theme, focus, and overall objective, in addition to an administrative core to lead the project. The individual research projects should reflect a distinct, separate, scientifically meritorious research effort led by independent investigators who will serve as the project leaders. In addition, the individual projects should be clearly interrelated and synergistic so that the research ideas, efforts, and outcomes of the program will offer a distinct advantage over pursuing the projects separately.

Deadline: September 25, 2022

For more information see the announcement

Understanding Suicide Risk and Protective Factors among Black Youth

NIMHD R01 / R21 - October 19, 2022

Supports R01 and R21 research projects to advance translational research to better understand factors that confer risk and resilience for suicide among Black youth. This program encourages research that is designed to identify neurobiological, behavioral, social, and structural/systemic mechanisms underlying risk and protective factors for suicide among Black youth, with consideration for identification of novel targets for future development of prevention and intervention efforts.

Deadline: October 19, 2022

See the announcements for detailed in formation:

R01 announcement
R21 announcement

8th Annual Berkeley Workshop in Formal Demography

Berkeley Population Center - April 12, 2022

The Eighth Annual Workshop on Formal Demography will be held on June 6-10, 2022, virtually, with funding from the Center on the Economics and Demography of Aging (CEDA) and the Berkeley Population Center. The theme of this course will be COVID-19 and Formal Demography, with explorations into mortality and fertility.

Application deadline: April 12, 2022

Event takes place June 6-10, 2022, online

See the announcement for details

NIH Director’s Pioneer Awards

National Institutes of Health - September 9, 2022

This award supports individual scientists of exceptional creativity who propose highly innovative research projects with the potential to produce a major impact on broad, important areas relevant to the mission of NIH. For the program to support the best possible researchers and research, applications are sought which reflect the full diversity of the nation’s research workforce.

Deadline: September 9, 2022

For complete information, see the announcement

Notice of Intent to Publish FOA

NICHD Maternal and Pediatric Infectious Disease Branch - Summer 2022

The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) intends to promote a new initiative by publishing a Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) to solicit applications to participate in a research program cooperative agreement to support the Prevention and Treatment through a Comprehensive Care Continuum for HIV-affected Adolescents in Resource Constrained Settings Implementation Science Network (PATC3H-IN). The Network will expand successes achieved by PATC3H to new geographic settings with limited implementation science (IS) research capacity and/or at-risk populations who are poorly represented in international adolescent HIV research (e.g., sexual and gender minorities; commercial sex workers; drug users) and stimulate much needed IS research in a neglected area of public health significance: prevention of new HIV infections among adolescents at risk and the identification of, and linkage and retention to care of and long-term viral suppression among youth living with HIV in low-to-middle income countries (LMICs).

FOA will be published during the Summer 2022 with submission deadline in Winter 2022.

See the notice

Coordinating Center for the HIV / AIDS and Substance Use Cohorts Program

NIH / National Institute on Drug Abuse - July 10, 2022

Program to support a coordinating center, which will coordinate research efforts across the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) funded longitudinal cohorts that address emerging and high priority research on HIV/AIDS in the context of substance use and substance use disorders (SUD). The center will serve as:

  • a national data and specimen resource that harmonizes and collects data and biological samples from the NIDA cohorts and affiliated studies, and enables additional research efforts through virtual repositories;
  • a facilitator of current and future research at the intersection of HIV and substance use and SUD; and
  • the central hub for organizing and enabling communication within and outside the NIDA cohort studies program, including annual meetings, advisory and scientific oversight committees.

 

Deadline: July 10, 2022

See the announcement for full details

NIH Director’s Early Independence Awards

NIH Office of Strategic Coordination - August 2, 2022

This award provides an opportunity for exceptional junior scientists to accelerate their entry into an independent research career by forgoing the traditional post-doctoral training period. Though most newly graduated doctoral-level researchers would benefit from post-doctoral training, a small number of outstanding junior investigators are capable of directly launching an independent research career. The Early Independence Award is intended for these select junior investigators, who have already established a record of scientific innovation and research productivity and have demonstrated unusual scientific vision and maturity. Typical post-doctoral training would unnecessarily delay their entry into independent research. The NIH Director’s Early Independence Award also provides an opportunity for institutions to invigorate their research programs by bringing in fresh scientific perspectives of the awardees they host.

To be eligible, investigators, at the time of application, must have received their most recent doctoral degree or completed clinical training within the previous fifteen months or expect to do so within the following twelve months.

Deadline: August 2, 2022

See the announcement for full details

Centers of Excellence in Maternal Health : Intention to Publish FOA

NICHD - July 25, 2022

As part of the Implementing a Maternal health and PRegnancy Outcomes Vision for Everyone (IMPROVE) initiative, the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, on behalf of the NIH Maternal Mortality Task Force, intends to promote a new initiative by publishing Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs) to solicit applications to establish a national network of Maternal Health Research Centers of Excellence. The collaborative FOAs will conduct research to mitigate preventable maternal mortality (MM), decrease severe maternal morbidity (SMM), and promote health equity.

Estimated date of FOA : July 25, 2022

Estimated first application deadline: November 30, 2022

For more information, see the NICHD announcement

Measures and Methods for Research on Family Caregivers for People Living with Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias

NIA R01 / R21 - October 20, 2022

The National Institute on Aging invites responses for two related solicitations for the development of methods and measures for capturing expanded definitions of “family” and related concepts relevant to informal caregiving for people living with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and Alzheimer’s disease-related dementias (ADRD), and for the implementation of these measures in new and existing studies. Solicitation RFA-AG-23-022 invites R01 research projects while proposals for high-risk/high-payoff projects that lack preliminary data may be more appropriate for the companion RFA-AG-23-023, which invites Exploratory/Developmental Research Grant (R21) applications.

Deadline: October 20, 2022

For complete information see the announcements

R01 announcement (RFA-AG-23-022)
R21 announcement (RFA-AG-23-023)

Research Coordinating Center to Support Climate Change and Health Community of Practice

NIH - August 25, 2022

The Climate Change and Health Initiative (CCH) is a NIH-wide research effort established to address the effects/implications of climate change on the health of populations and create the evidence base to inform the response needed to improve health outcomes. To support this initiative NIH seeks applications to create a Research Coordinating Center to support the development of an NIH CCH Community of Practice (COP) by managing and supporting current CCH research and capacity building efforts and supporting the expansion of the COP in the long term. Climate change greatly elevates threats to human health across a wide range of illnesses and injuries. Adverse health impacts include asthma, respiratory airway and pulmonary diseases, cardiovascular disease and stroke, heat-related illness and deaths, allergic hypersensitivities and infectious diseases (notably, water-borne, food-borne, vector-borne, and zoonotic diseases), reproductive, birth outcome, and developmental effects, mental health disorders, and extreme weather-related morbidity and mortality Strong evidence indicates that climate change also disproportionately adversely affects communities that experience social and environmental vulnerabilities.

Deadline: August 25, 2022

See the announcement for details

Research Opportunities for New and "At-Risk" Investigators to Promote Workforce Diversity

NIH / NIDA - September 8, 2022

Three NIH organizations, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, the National Institute on Drug Abuse, and the National Institute of Mental Health, invite applications from New Investigators and At-Risk Investigators from diverse backgrounds - including those from groups underrepresented in the health-related sciences - that propose independent research projects that are within the scientific mission areas of the participating NIH Institutes. Of particular interest is receipt of proposals from:

  1. Individuals from racial and ethnic groups that have been shown by the National Science Foundation to be underrepresented in health-related sciences on a national basis; and
  2. Individuals with disabilities, who are defined as those with a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, as described in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended.

NIH expects efforts to diversify the workforce to lead to the recruitment of the most talented researchers from all groups; to improve the quality of the educational and training environment; to balance and broaden the perspective in setting research priorities; to improve the ability to recruit subjects from minority and other health disparity populations into clinical research protocols; and to improve the Nation's capacity to address and eliminate health disparities.

Deadline: September 8, 2022

For details, see the announcement

Mid-Career Advancement Grants

National Science Foundation - March 1, 2023

Seeks proposals to offer an opportunity for scientists and engineers at the mid-career stage to substantively enhance and advance their research program and career trajectory. Mid-career scientists are at a critical career transition stage where they need to advance their research programs to ensure long-term productivity and creativity but are often constrained by service, teaching, or other activities that limit the amount of time devoted to research. The MCA program provides protected time, resources, and the means to gain new skills through synergistic and mutually beneficial partnerships, typically at an institution other than the candidate's home institution. Partners from outside the Principal Investigator's (PI) own sub-discipline or discipline are encouraged, but not required, to enhance interdisciplinary networking and convergence across science and engineering fields. Research projects that envision new insights on existing problems or identify new problems made accessible with cutting-edge methodology or expertise from other fields are encouraged.

Deadline: March 1, 2023

For information see announcement NSF 22-603

Special Interest: Climate Change and Health

National Institutes of Health - July 8, 2022, etc

Several components of the National Institutes of Health have issued a joint statement regarding roughly four dozen existing, open funding opportunities that there is special interest in receiving proposals that are focused on reducing the health threats posed by climate change across the lifespan; improving the health of people who are at increased risk from or disparately affected by climate change impacts; and building health resilience among individuals, communities, Tribal Nations, and nations around the world, thereby increasing health equity.

In response to this NOSI, topics of interest to NICHD include, but are not limited to, research on:

  • Measurement and surveillance of the impact of climate change on health and NICHD priority populations, including pregnant women, children, and people with disabilities
  • Effects of climate change on population dynamics including fertility, mortality and morbidity, and population movement, distribution, and composition
  • Data collection on how climate change affects the health, development, and productivity of NICHD priority populations using population-based demographic or economic approaches and scientifically valid probability samples
  • Impact of climate change on reproductive health; infertility; and maternal, prenatal, pregnancy, and child health; child development; and disability.
  • Interactions between climate change and land use and their effects on population dynamics and the health of NICHD priority populations
  • The nexus of climate, food systems and health including the impact of climate change on sustainable and resilient food systems and the ability to meet public health goals, including dietary guidance, especially infant feeding practices.
  • The intersection of climate and vector-born disease (susceptibility to and treatment of) and their impacts on outcomes such as migration and nutrition status among NICHD priority populations
  • The impact of climate on pre-existing food insecurity and resulting intervention choices to address child or family malnutrition (over-/under nutrition) particularly in low-resource settings in the United States and globally, as well as reciprocity between food insecurity and climate

The following topic areas are NOT within scope for this NOSI:

  • The impact of climate change on the environment, natural resources, or the economy without a clear link to public health or health-related outcomes.

 

Deadline: various, beginning July 8, 2022

For more information, see the announcement

Research Administrator, UMD FSRDC

U.S. Census Bureau - Open

The UMD Federal Statistical Research Data Center (FSRDC), located at the University of Maryland, is hiring a Research Administrator. The UMD FSRDC provides qualified researchers, with approved projects, the opportunity to perform statistical analyses using confidential/restricted-use microdata from the U.S. Census Bureau and other Federal Agencies. The Administrator’s responsibilities include (though are not limited to):

  • working with researchers on proposal development and project management,
  • ensuring that proposals and projects are properly documented in management and tracking systems,
  • implementing Census Bureau’s policies and procedures concerning data stewardship,
  • participating in network-wide activities that advance the growth and development of the overall FSRDC program,
  • maintaining an active research agenda, and
  • overseeing the day-to-day operations of the FSRDC lab.

 

The position is expected to start in fall 2022, with some flexibility and subject to Federal hiring
processes.

Qualified candidates should have a graduate degree (Masters or Ph.D.) in empirical (data-driven) social science disciplines such as economics, sociology, demography, or applied statistics. Strong writing, communication, and organization skills are a must. Candidates must also demonstrate the ability to coordinate and manage multiple projects, tasks, and deadlines. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume/C.V. (including contact information for at least three professional references), and a sample of professional writing to Dr. Liu Yang (lyang1@umd.edu). Candidates will also be required to undergo the formal Federal hiring process, as well as pass security clearance checks. The selected candidate will become an employee of the U.S. Census Bureau, which manages the FSRDC program. More information about the FSRDC program is available here.

Submit application to

For information about the FSRDC programs, see the Census website.

2022 Data-Intensive Research Conference

Network for Data-Intensive Research on Aging (NDIRA) - July 20-21, 2022

The conference will feature research presentations and discussions focused on the 2022 theme: Contextualizing Work and Health across the Life Course. The featured work leverages large-scale population data to explore issues related to: the work/health interface; family care work; social interconnections; health and health behaviors; and labor market transitions and trajectories.

For more information, see the announcement

Human Networks and Data Science Proposal Deadline

National Science Foundation HNDS-R - July 14, 2022

The Human Networks and Data Science program (HNDS) supports research that enhances understanding of human behavior by leveraging data and network science research across a broad range of topics. HNDS research will identify ways in which dynamic, distributed, and heterogeneous data can provide novel answers to fundamental questions about individual and group behavior. HNDS is especially interested in proposals that provide data-rich insights about human networks to support improved health, prosperity, and security. HNDS-R proposals only

Deadline: July 14, 2022

For information, see NSF announcement

T32 and TL1 Training Grant Administrative Supplements

NIH-OBSSR - July 11, 2022 forward

OBSSR is interested in supporting the integration of health-related behavioral and social sciences (BSS) with other biomedical methodological and scientific disciplines (e.g., genetics, immunology, metabolomics, molecular biology, microbiome, biochemistry, or physiological sciences). The goal is to train a research workforce that has the integrated content expertise and skills to meaningful address gaps in scientific advancement that are not well served by a more siloed approach to research. To support this goal, the OBSSR is soliciting applications for a one-time administrative supplement to existing NIH T32 and TL1 training grants for the enhancement of activities that support the acquisition of expertise and skills that are foundational to conducting multidisciplinary science that integrates BSS with biomedical approaches, methods, paradigms, and outcomes.

Deadlines: July 11, 2022 and forward
Expiration Date: July 12, 2022

For more information, see the announcement