This program is jointly supported by NIGMS and the Science of Science: Discovery, Communication, and Impact
(SoS:DCI) program in the Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences (SBE) at the National Science Foundation (NSF).
The SCISIPBIO program supports research that advances the scientific basis of science and innovation policy, with a focus on the biomedical sciences. This partnership will result in a portfolio of high-quality research to provide scientific analysis of important aspects of the biomedical research enterprise and efforts to foster a diverse, innovative, productive, and efficient scientific workforce, from which future scientific leaders will emerge.
Applications, which are reviewed by a joint NSF/NIGMS panel, are accepted twice a year. For details, seeNSF Program Solicitation 19-547 and
NIH Guide Notice GM-19-011. Please note that applications should be submitted to NSF.
1R01GM141476-01, A Network Science Approach to Conflicts of Interest: Metrics, Policies, and Communication Design, Samuel Graham, University of Texas, AustinProject Info
1R01GM140281-01, Invisible collaborators: Underrepresentation, research networks, and outcomes of biomedical researchers, Bruce A. Weinberg, Ohio State UniversityProject Info
1R01GM137409-01, Collaboration capacity: A framework for measuring data-intensive biomedical research, Jian Qin, Syracuse UniversityProject Info
1R01GM137410-01, SCISIPBIO: Understanding and assembling dream teams to conduct clinical and translational science, Alina Lungeanu (contact), Northwestern UniversityProject Info
1R01GM137411-01, Developing an evidence-based toolkit to improve diversity in the physician-scientist workforce, Dowin Boatright, Yale UniversityProject Info
SCISIPBIO: Collaborative: Financing the Biomedical Research Enterprise, Alexandra Graddy-Reed (contact), University of Southern California
(funded by NSF)Project Info
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