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U.S. NIH – PCHRD Collaborative Research Call for Tuberculosis (CoRe TB)

The U.S. National Institutes of Health and the Filipino Department of Science and Technology (DOST), through the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and Philippine Council for Health and Research Development (PCHRD), invite researchers to submit concept proposals for the RePORT Philippines Phase II: U.S. NIH – PCHRD Collaborative Research Call for Tuberculosis (CoRe TB).

This initiative will provide a maximum of three (3) years of funding to support six (6) high-quality collaborative research projects focused on research in tuberculosis (TB) and related coinfections and comorbidities, such as HIV infection, Diabetes, and COVID-19, to address TB research needs.

This research call is a two-stage process wherein applicants are expected to submit an initial concept proposal and a full proposal.

Concept proposals will undergo eligibility checks and will be reviewed by NIAID and PCHRD. Ten (10) concept proposals will be selected and invited to submit a full proposal. Travel awards will be provided to each project team who wishes to travel and develop their full proposal with their collaborators. All concept proposals must be submitted to CRDF Global point of contact, Ms. Anna Emery, aemery@crdfglobal.org, no later than Wednesday, December 7, 2022 (11:59 AM) U.S. Eastern Standard Time (EST)/(11:59 PM) Philippine Standard Time (PST).

Full proposals will undergo another round of joint peer evaluation by the U.S. and Filipino technical reviewers. Full proposals must be submitted through CRDF Global’s Grant Management System. All full proposals must be submitted by Friday, April 7, 2023 (11:59 AM) U.S. Eastern Time (ET)/(11:59 PM) Philippine Standard Time (PST).

Please visit CRDF Global’s website to view the RePORT Philippines Phase II: U.S. NIH – PCHRD Collaborative Research Call for Tuberculosis (CoRe TB) request for proposals for more information. (PR/DOST-PCHRD)

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