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I. SfN Attendees wanting to contact NIDA staff at Society for Neuroscience: The NIDA section of the NIH booth is at #4001
II. PAR-13-382: Analysis of Genome-Wide Gene-Environment (G x E) Interactions (R21)
SfN Attendees wanting to contact NIDA staff at Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting: The NIDA section of the NIH booth is at #4001
NIDA will hold special sessions at the NIH/NIDA booth to discuss opportunities through the NIDA Office of Diversity and Health Disparities. These session will be all day on Monday through Tuesday morning. Contact Woody Lin (firstname.lastname@example.org) to sign up for a 30-minute slot. Please pass the word.
To learn about NIDA-wide opportunities for fellows, visit Beth Babecki at the booth: email@example.com.
NIDA staff will be available at the NIH/NIDA booth during the entire meeting. Please stop by to learn more about NIDA funding opportunities.
PAR-13-382: Analysis of Genome-Wide Gene-Environment (G x E) Interactions (R21)
The purpose of this FOA is to provide support for research projects that involve secondary data analyses of existing genome-wide data from genome-wide association studies or other large genomic datasets for the purpose of identifying gene-environment interactions. The ultimate objective of this funding opportunity is the discovery of complex interplays of genes and environmental factors in human populations which may disclose novel genetic susceptibilities to environmental exposures or a greater understanding of the role of environmental exposures in the development, progression, and severity of complex human diseases.
Application Due Date: February 14, 2014, by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization.
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