Pages related to "clinical research"

Pages related to "clinical research"

The course is designed to further the development of young clinical neuroscientists interested in or engaged in translational or clinical research.  Compared to fields such as oncology, cardiology, diabetes and metabolism, the clinical neurosciences currently lack well established pathways for providing this kind of training for fellows and junior faculty.  This three-day course will engage selected research fellows, residents, and junior faculty in an analysis of the development of therapies for neurological diseases.  The purpose of this course is to encourage trainees and junior staff to

The data from NINDS-supported clinical trials are an important scientific resource, made available to the wider scientific community, while ensuring that the confidentiality and privacy of study participants are protected.  NINDS requires all investigators seeking access to data from archived NINDS-supported trials to agree to certain terms and conditions. 

NINDS Dataset Citation

It is important to credit the researchers for their work. NINDS asks all data recipients to choose one of the two citation statements when publishing new analysis received datasets.

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Trial tests if high- or moderate-intensity exercise is more effective in decreasing Parkinson’s symptoms.

  Several clinical and translational resources are available in the study of neurological disease such as genetic and family data.


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What You Need to Know Before You Apply

Resources to help you identify the appropriate funding mechanism and understand the grant review process.
NIH Funding Opportunities and Notices

Types of Grant Programs


When You’re Ready to Apply

Tools and resources to help you design and plan your application submission.

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This document provides the NINDS guidelines for incremental funding of large multicenter studies and this document should be used as a reference for program and grants management staff to discuss the funding of large multicenter studies. All multicenter clinical trials and complex multicenter clinical research projects with funding exceeding $1 million in any given year will have their funding allocated using the following guidelines.

NeuroNEXT will provide a robust, standardized, and accessible infrastructure to facilitate rapid development and implementation of protocols in neurological disorders affecting adult and/or pediatric populations. The network includes multiple Clinical Sites, one Clinical Coordinating Center (CCC) and one Data Coordinating Center (DCC).

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded more than four million dollars in FY 2019 to support seven research projects aimed at developing and validating screening tools to detect signs of autism spectrum disorder in the first year of life.

NIH announces new round of awards for cutting-edge brain research