Lupus Funding Opportunities

All CDC grant and cooperative agreement opportunities are posted on www.grants.govexternal icon. A Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) includes a description of the project and the entities that are eligible to apply.

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Current Funding Opportunity:

Epidemiology of Lupus: Longitudinal Studies in Population-Based Cohorts

Epidemiology of Lupus: Longitudinal Studies in Population-Based Cohorts, also known as the CDC-RFA-DP22-002external icon, is a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for 5-year cooperative agreements to be supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

The NOFO’s purpose is to support research on lupus through a two-component cooperative agreement. Component A will consist of 5-year follow-up longitudinal studies of lupus in population-based cohorts of adults with lupus. Component B will consist of a pediatric lupus registry with longitudinal follow-up.

COMPLETED FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES:

Lupus Longitudinal Studies in Population-Based Cohorts

Epidemiology of Lupus: Longitudinal Studies in Population-Based Cohorts, also known as the CDC-RFA-DP19-003, is a closed NOFO for a 3-year cooperative agreement.

This two-component cooperative agreement supports research on lupus. Component A consists of 3-year follow-up longitudinal studies of lupus in population-based cohorts of adults with lupus. Component B consists of a pediatric lupus registry with longitudinal follow-up.

Building Lupus Awareness, Knowledge, Skills, and Partnerships

Developing and Disseminating Strategies to Build Sustainable Lupus Awareness, Knowledge, Skills, and Partnerships, also known as CDC-RFA-DP20-2008, is a closed NOFO for a 5-year cooperative agreement. This cooperative agreement supports national organizations implementing national efforts to help increase the number of healthcare providers recognizing the signs and symptoms of lupus and what to do if lupus is suspected. The agreement also focuses on increasing the number of people with lupus referred to and engaged in self-management tools/services and showing improvements in self-management behaviors.