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Request for Information (RFI): Global Cookstove Distribution Programs and Projects for Evaluation of Health Benefits

Request for Information (RFI): Global Cookstove Distribution Programs and Projects for Evaluation of Health Benefits
NIH is requesting information regarding global cookstove distribution programs and projects to aid the development of a research agenda to evaluate the potential health benefits of improved cookstove use in low and middle income countries.

Lasker Clinical Research Scholars Program

Lasker Clinical Research Scholars Program
Applications are open to individuals from US or International Institutions. This program supports research activities of early stage career researchers and includes an NIH intramural appointment and extramural grant support.  

Environmental Contributors to Autism Spectrum Disorders

Environmental Contributors to Autism Spectrum Disorders
This FOA is to 1) identify environmental contributors to risk and expression of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and (2) understand how environmental factors impact the underlying biologic processes implicated in ASD. Foreign components, as defined in the NIH Grants Policy Statement, are allowed.