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Emerging Epidemic Virus Research Training for West African Countries with Widespread Transmission of Ebola (Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone)
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Expired announcement: Planning Grant for Emerging Epidemic Virus Research Training for West African Countries with Widespread Transmission of Ebola (Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone) (D71) (PAR-16-407)
Planning Grants for Emerging Epidemic Virus Research Training for West African Countries with Widespread Transmission of Ebola support U.S. or African research institutions to plan research training and capacity building programs focused on emerging viral epidemics in collaboration with institutions in Guinea, Liberia and/or Sierra Leone.
Projects include a collaborative planning process to develop training approaches that will create sustainable research capacity for the early identification, transmission prediction, testing of public health responses, and assessing and addressing long term health sequelae related to emerging viral diseases that have the potential for regional and global pandemics.
The proposed one-year planning process is expected to lead to an application to the appropriate Fogarty collaborative international research training program, such as the Global Infectious Disease Research Training program; Fogarty HIV Research Training program; International Research Ethics Education and Curriculum Development Award, and others that may become available.
View a list of planning grant awards for Emerging Epidemic Virus Research Training for West African Countries with Widespread Transmission of Ebola.
Barbara Sina, Ph.D.
Acting Deputy Director, Division of International Training and Research
Fogarty International Center
National Institutes of Health
Building 31, Room B2C39
31 Center Drive, MSC 2220
Bethesda, MD 20892-2220
Telephone: (301) 402-9467
FAX: (301) 402-0779
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