NINDS Interest in Pain Research

Recognizing the urgent need to understand the basic science aspect of pathological pain to improve its management, Fiscal Year 2022 budgets from the President, House, and Senate each include proposals to increase funding for pain research that fits within NINDS’ mission. The following Notices of Special Interest (NOSIs) are posted in the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts and succinctly highlight specific topics of interest related to pain research that fits within our institute’s mission. These notices are intended to direct interested applicants to one or more active funding opportunity announcements for submission of applications for the initiative(s) described below. Please visit https://heal.nih.gov/funding/open for additional Pain Research funding opportunities through the 'Helping to End Addiction Long-term®’ (HEAL) Initiative.

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Notice Title Notice Number Purpose Example Topic Areas Program Contact
NINDS Mission Relevant Pain Research NOT-NS-22-050 The purpose of this NOSI is to inform the science community of potential pain research opportunities that will soon present themselves if funds become available. To be considered for funding in Fiscal Year 2022, applications will need to be submitted to corresponding due dates in January or February 2022. This NOSI is specific for pain conditions within NINDS’ mission. Research on Mechanisms of Pain; Team-based Integrated Clinical and Basic Research on the Neurobiology of Pain; Pain Research using Medium and Large Animal Models; Resource Grants for Pain-Technology Integration and Dissemination; Biomedical Knowledgebases for Pain Research; Fellowships and Career development/transition awards; Pain in Parkinson’s Disease; Exploratory Clinical Trials in Pain Michael Oshinsky, PhD

D.P. Mohapatra, PhD

Rebecca Hommer, MD
NINDS Mission Relevant Pain Research NOT-NS-22-050 The purpose of this NOSI is to inform the science community of potential pain research opportunities that will soon present themselves if funds become available. To be considered for funding in Fiscal Year 2022, applications will need to be submitted to corresponding due dates in January or February 2022. This NOSI is specific for pain conditions within NINDS’ mission. Bioengineering Research Grants to Develop Technologies to Investigate Pain and Pain Circuits; Development of Translational Neural Devices to Treat Pain Eric Hudak, PhD
NINDS Mission Relevant Pain Research NOT-NS-22-050 The purpose of this NOSI is to inform the science community of potential pain research opportunities that will soon present themselves if funds become available. To be considered for funding in Fiscal Year 2022, applications will need to be submitted to corresponding due dates in January or February 2022. This NOSI is specific for pain conditions within NINDS’ mission. Initial Identification of Pain Biomarkers or Biomarker Signatures that Predict or Monitor Response to a Therapeutic or Therapeutic Mechanism Ram Arudchandran, PhD
NINDS Mission Relevant Pain Research NOT-NS-22-050 The purpose of this NOSI is to inform the science community of potential pain research opportunities that will soon present themselves if funds become available. To be considered for funding in Fiscal Year 2022, applications will need to be submitted to corresponding due dates in January or February 2022. This NOSI is specific for pain conditions within NINDS’ mission. Role of the Gut Microbiome in Chronic Neuropathic Pain David A. Jett, PhD
Migraine and Headache Research NOT-NS-22-051 The purpose of this NOSI is to inform the science community of potential headache and migraine research opportunities that will soon present themselves if funds become available. To be considered for funding through this initiative in Fiscal Year 2022, applications will need to be submitted to corresponding due dates starting in January or February 2022. This NOSI is intended to potentially accelerate discovery and therapy development in this critical area. Basic Science and Mechanistic Headache Research; Headache Research Tool Development; Basic Science and Clinical Headache Research in Humans; Studies of other primary headache such as nummular headache, hypnic headache and new daily persistent headache (NDPH) Michael Oshinsky, PhD

Adam L. Hartman, MD

Rebecca Hommer, MD
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