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Marshall Klaus Perinatal Research Awards – Call for Applications

January 30, 2015 deadline

The Section on Perinatal Pediatrics offers the Klaus Research Awards as a way to give pediatric residents and neonatal fellows with limited research training and experience an opportunity to initiate and complete research projects related to their professional interests. Projects may be related to the full spectrum of child health research, such as perinatal-neonatal health, behavioral sciences, biomedical science, epidemiology, health services, prevention, public health, quality improvement, and quality measurement. Follow the instructions in the link below to apply.

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NIH Key contacts

Below you will find listed a few key contacts in several of the different institutes within the NIH. When preparing and submitting a grant, it is imperative to make sure your grant goes to the appropriate institute. Key NIH contacts are more than willing to speak to young investigators to help them along the grant submission path.

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NIH Research information

Grants(wo)manship for Young Investigators, a presentation by Tonse N.K. Raju, MD, addresses grant mechanisms, supplements to existing grants, NIH Extramural Loan Repayment Programs, and much more.

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Marshall Klaus Grants


The following are two successful examples of Marshall-Klaus grants written by fellows in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine: one laboratory-based; the other on a clinical research topic.

Vitamin D deficiency in Hispanic compared to Caucasian newborn infants born in Houston, TX »

Attenuation of hyperoxic lung injury by cytochrome P450 inducer b-naphthoflavone »

K-23 Award


This is an example of a successful K-award application, generously shared by Dr. Mandy Brown Belfort at Harvard.Please note that this grant was submitted in an older (longer) format. Please check the NIH website for current application requirements.

Balancing the Risks and Benefits of Rapid Weight Gain in Infancy »

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