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Extramural and Intramural research are supported by NINR. The Extramural Research Program supports the work of scientists in universities, teaching hospitals, and other organizations outside NINR. The Intramural Research Program supports scientists at NINR on the NIH campus in Bethesda, MD.
NINR maintains a focus on training investigators, with an emphasis on addressing the major areas of need and increasing the diversity of the research workforce. NINR offers both individual and institutional training opportunities. Furthermore, NINR supports both Extramural (external to NIH) and Intramural (on NIH campus) research training.
The News and Information Section of NINR's Office of Science Policy and Public Liaison serves as the focal point for public outreach and information dissemination.
The mission of NINR is to promote and improve the health of individuals, families, communities, and populations. NINR supports and conducts clinical and basic research and research training on health and illness across the lifespan.
Applicants or investigators may also locate contacts for particular science topics on the Areas of Science page.
Please click above for NINR's listing of job announcements.


Page last updated Jan 17, 2009
New NINR Articles
NINR has partnered with the journal American Nurse Today to deliver succinct reports of current research to nurses in practice. The first article in this series is now available:

Improving Palliative Care and Communication in the ICU

Also, two stories about NINR recently appeared in the NIH Record:

Grady Participates in GU Panel on Systems Medicine

A Successful ‘NightinGala’ for NINR

NINR Releases New P01 RFA
NINR is currently seeking proposals for new Program Project (P01) grants focused on symptom management or health promotion/ disease prevention research. To view the full Request for Applications (RFA), click here.

This RFA will expire on April 17, 2009.

NINR Seeks Applicants for NINR Summer Genetics Institute
The NINR Summer Genetics Institute (SGI) is an intensive, two-month summer research training program designed to provide a foundation in molecular genetics for use in research and clinical practice.

For more information, click here.

Applications must be postmarked no later than March 2, 2009.
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