NIH to Dole Out $1.5 Billion in ARRA Grants

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is prepared to award up to $1.5 billion in grant money funded by the American Recovery and Reimbursement Act (ARRA).

According to a March 10 NIH press release, there is at least $200 million in Challenge Grants available. Qualified applicants are those seeking funds to support challenges in biomedical and behavioral research. There is also $1 billion in construction grants for anyone looking to build new or improve existing facilities. The remaining $300 million is set aside for new equipment needed by scientists and researchers to complete their work.

Go to the NIH Web site for more information and grant applications.

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One Response to “NIH to Dole Out $1.5 Billion in ARRA Grants”

  1. TARA HAMLIN says:

    I have a friend who is trying to save up to get her coding certification. Are there any grants available to pay for the testing and the supplies?

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