April 2022 U.S. Federal Funding Opportunities

U.S. Federal Funding Opportunities (FFO) is a monthly resource that summarizes awards, grants, and fellowship opportunities issued by the U.S. government related to research, evaluation and dissemination. These funding opportunities are relevant to the field of child development and, more broadly, behavioral and social science research.

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The April 2022 FFO lists over 100 funding opportunities for research, evaluation, and dissemination, including multiple highlighted funding opportunities.

(1) Grant to Reestablish National Centers for Translational Research in Reproduction and Infertility (NCTRI): A Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) funding opportunity to support research centers that will form a national network that will facilitate and accelerate bidirectional knowledge transfers between the laboratory and clinic, with the ultimate goal of improving human reproductive health through research excellence and innovation. Applications are due by July 28, 2022.  

(2) Grant to Accelerate the Pace of Child Health and Development Research: A National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding opportunity to solicit applications proposing the analysis of the public use dataset from the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study to increase knowledge of adolescent health and development. Applications are due by June 5, 2022.

(3) Grant to Study Suicide Risk and Protective Factors for Black Youth: A National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) funding opportunity to advance translational research to better understand factors that confer risk and resilience for suicide among Black youth. Applications are due by October 19, 2022.

(4) Grant to Support Training and Technical Assistance for Children’s Advocacy Centers: A Department of Justice funding opportunity to support training and technical assistance (TTA) services to develop, improve, or expand children’s advocacy centers (CACs) and multidisciplinary team responses to child abuse cases in American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities. Applications are due by May 17, 2022.