ADA Fall 2022 Grant Opportunities

September 23, 2022 by dld5dt@virginia.edu

Supporting the Psychological and Emotional Needs of People with Diabetes – solicits proposals to fund translational research to more effectively deliver personalized, patient-centered psychological and emotional care that considers the context of the person with diabetes, as well as their individual values and preferences. Research areas may include but are not limited to strategies for improving patient communications and interactions, problem identification, psychosocial screening, diagnostic evaluation, intervention, and intervention scalability. For the purposes of this RFA, research proposals focusing on potential physiological and biological underpinnings of psychological conditions are out of scope.

Tackling the Epidemic of Youth-Onset Type 2 Diabetes – solicits proposals to address key knowledge gaps in youth-onset T2D in order to better understand, prevent, treat, and ultimately induce remission for the rapidly increasing numbers of affected individuals. Applications that focus on disadvantaged lower socioeconomic level families where the burden of disease is greatest are strongly encouraged. Emphasis will be placed on clinical and translational research 

Improving the Lives of Women with Diabetes across the Lifespan – soliciting proposals for research to better understand clinically important sex and gender differences to optimally inform prevention, diagnosis and treatment strategies for women across the lifespan and the development of sex-specific clinical guidelines where warranted. While this call is broad in scope and encompasses basic through clinical research, significant emphasis will be placed on diabetes clinical research and translation.

Contact Research Programs at grantquestions@diabetes.org with any questions. 

 

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