Presentation on theme: "Research Training Programs at the NIH Marya Levintova, Ph.D. International Program Officer for Russia, Eurasia and Arctic Affairs Division of International."— Presentation transcript:
Research Training Programs at the NIH Marya Levintova, Ph.D. International Program Officer for Russia, Eurasia and Arctic Affairs Division of International Relations Fogarty International Center National Institutes of Health January 31, 2011
NIH Grant Programs NIH funds grants, cooperative agreements, and contracts that support the advancement of fundamental knowledge about the nature and behavior of living systems to meet the NIH Mission Research Grants Career Development Awards Institutional Research Training Grants Fellowships Educational Student Loan Repayment Awards Small Business Awards (SBIR/STTR)
NIH Research Grants in Georgia NIAID – AIDS research University of North Caroline Chapel Hill + Union of Alternative Georgia – David Otiashvili NIDA – Drug abuse treatment University of Pennsylvania + Uranti Methanode Program, Addiction Research Center – David Otiashvili Research Triangle Institute + Addiction Research Center and Union Alternative Georgia – Irma Kiradze FIC – Bioethics Union Graduate College + Tbilisi State Medical University – George Kamakamidze
FIC Training Grants in Georgia AIDS International Training Research Program (AITRP) SUNY Downstate Medical Center (USA)/Infectious Diseases, AIDS and Clinical Immunology Research Center (Georgia) Funded since 1993 Training includes: US Masters of Science in Epidemiology, Biostats, and Health Policy Short-term in-country annual infectious disease workshops Blood banking/transfusion medicine Research training in socio-behavioral aspects of substance abuse and HIV/AIDS
FIC Training Grants in Georgia cont. AIDS International Training Research Program (AITRP) Emory University School of Medicine (USA)/Georgia AIDS & Clinical Immunology Research Center (Georgia) Funded since 1998 Training includes: Long, medium and short-term training HIV/AIDS research Development of collaborative research projects In-country capacity building
FIC Training Grants in Georgia cont. Global Infectious Diseases (GID) Emory University (USA)/National Center for Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases (Georgia) Funded since 2005 Training includes: Clinical research Translational research Laboratory research Treatment Prevention Control
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