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Injury Center Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs)

CE05-021 - Grants for New Investigator Training Awards

Initial Fiscal Year: 2005
Program: ERPO
FOA Number: CE05-021
FOA Title: Grants for New Investigator Training Awards

Purpose

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announces the availability of fiscal year (FY) 2005 funds for grants for new investigator training awards in four research areas: unintentional injury prevention, violence-related injury prevention, injury-related acute care/mass trauma research, and injury-related biomechanics research. This program addresses the “Healthy People 2010" focus areas of Injury and Violence Prevention.
The purposes of this program are to:
- Solicit research applications that address the priorities reflected under the heading, “Research Objectives”.
- Encourage professionals from a wide spectrum of disciplines to conduct research aimed at preventing and controlling injuries more effectively.
- Support injury research by new investigators who are doctoral-level graduates and who have not previously received injury-related CDC R49 or their equivalent grants.
- Build the scientific base for the prevention and control of unintentional- and violence-related injuries, disabilities, and deaths.
- Encourage qualified applicants who are beginning to focus on injury-related research.

Awarded Projects

Project Title: When Baby Cries: The Role of Hostility-Related Schema in Physical Abuse Risk
Grant Number: 1-R49-CE000654-01
Project Period: 8/31/05-8/30/06

Project Title: Gender-Specific Neck Musculoskeletal Models for Analyzing Whiplash Injury
Grant Number: 1-R49-CE000660-01
Project Period: 8/30/05-8/29/06

Project Title: Control and Quantitation of Pulmonary Contusion
Grant Number: 1-R49-CE000664-01
Project Period: 9/30/05-9/29/06

Project Title: Individual and Neighborhood Factors Associated with Intimate Partner Violence Risk
Grant Number: 1-R49-CE000670-01
Project Period: 9/1/05-8/31/06

Project Title: High School Sports Injury Surveillance - Collecting Incidence and Exposure Data
Grant Number: 1-R49-CE000674-01
Project Period: 8/30/05-8/29/06

Project Title: Evaluating New Tools to Link Pre-hospital and Hospital Injury Surveillance Data
Grant Number: 1-R49-CE000679-01
Project Period: 8/30/05-8/29/06

Project Title: Brief Intervention to Increase Safety Belt Use Among Emergency Department Patients
Grant Number: 1-R49-CE000681-01
Project Period: 8/30/05-8/29/06


 

 
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