The NIMH Mentoring Networks for Mental Health Research Education (R25 Clinical Trial Not Allowed) from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) supports creative educational activities for mental health-related research, with a focus on mentoring activities and mentoring networks. Networks may be national or regional. All proposed networks should provide significant new opportunities and should comprise efforts substantially beyond any ongoing mentoring, networking, or research education within academic programs, institutions, or pre-existing networks; or educational collaborations among institutions. Participants in proposed mentoring networks are limited to graduate/medical students, medical residents, postdoctoral scholars, and/or early-career investigators. Unless strongly justified on the basis of exceptional relevance to NIH, research education programs should be used primarily for the education of U.S. citizens and permanent residents. Applications are open to researchers, small business and other for-profit organizations in the USA, including foreign components of US institutions. The funding provides up to 200,000 USD in direct costs for up to 5 years.
Opportunity number: PAR-23-263.
Letters of intent are due: April 25, 2024.
Applications are due: May 25, 2024.
May 25, 2024