NLM Announces Institutional Training Grants for Informatics Research
Letter of Intent Receipt Date: May 25, 2001
Application Receipt Date: June 22, 2001
The National Library of Medicine is inviting training grant applications in a single competition for support of pre-doctoral and post-doctoral training programs in informatics research. Domestic, non-profit, private or public institutions, individually or as a cooperative, may apply.
Applications may be for the creation of new training centers or for the renewal of existing NLM training program grants. Such training will help meet a growing need for investigators and leaders trained in biomedical computing and prepared to address information management issues in one or more health-relevant domains, including health care delivery, basic biomedical research, clinical and health services research, public health, and professional education. Graduates of the NLM-supported programs should be able to conduct basic or applied research at the intersection of biology and medicine with computer and cognitive sciences, and are expected to be familiar with the use and potential of modern information technology.
The complete announcement is at //grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-LM-01-001.html