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2013 Special Interest Projects (SIPs) Program Announcement Available

The CDC’s Prevention Research Centers (PRCs) Program announces the Special Interest Projects (SIPs) Competitive Supplements (# RFA-DP-09-0010303SUPP13 published as RFA-DP-09-001). The purpose of this announcement is to support supplemental health promotion and disease prevention research projects that (1) focus on the major causes of death and disability, (2) improve public health practice within communities, and (3) cultivate effective state and local public health programs. A major focus of these supplements is to design, test, and disseminate effective prevention research strategies.

Please note, however, that only those applicants selected as Prevention Research Centers under Program Announcement DP-09-001 are eligible for the SIPs funding. That is, SIP applications selected for funding must be from applicants who receive a Notice of Grant Award for Program Announcement DP-09-001.

Letters of Intent for the SIPs are due on or before February 26, 2013 and applications are due on or before March 28, 2013.

To Access the Announcement & Application Package

  1. Go to
  2. Select For Applicants
  3. Select Find Grant Opportunities
  4. Select Basic Search
  5. Type in the Funding Opportunity Number RFA-DP-09-001

Questions & Answers
We encourage your inquiries about this funding and must be submitted by e-mail. Inquiries may fall into three areas: scientific or research, peer review, and financial or grants management issues. Contacts for each of these categories are found within the announcement.


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