Letters of Intent Receipt Dates: April 10, 2012
Application Submission/Receipt Dates: May 10, 2012
Applications from foreign organizations and planning grant applications must be from institutions located in countries defined by The World Bank as low income, lower-middle income or upper-middle income. See The World Bank Country and Lending Groups to identify countries with low- or middle-income economies.
Applicants are encouraged to collaborate with Fogarty Research and Research Training programs, or with other NIH grantees working in the developing countries where trainees are recruited. Collaboration with partners is also encouraged.
The purpose of the International Research Ethics Education and Curriculum Development Award is to develop masters level curricula and provide educational opportunities for developing country academics, researchers and health professionals in ethics related to performing research involving human subjects in international resource poor settings. The goal of this initiative is to increase the number of developing country scientists, health professionals and relevant academics with in-depth knowledge of the ethical considerations, concepts and applications in clinical and public health research. It is expected that such master’s level training will enhance the career development of individuals from developing countries, as well as strengthen and sustain the capacity to support ethical clinical and public health research at their home institutions and countries.