NARCH Budget and Component Webinar (PDF, 1.64 MB)June 10, 2016
NARCH ASSIST Overview Webinar (PPTX, 13.86 MB)June 14, 2016
Video: An Overview of the NIH ASSIST Program for Electronic Multi-Project Grant Applications to the NIH
NARCH VIII Directory of Active Awards (PDF, 0.9 MB)
NARCH VII Directory of Active Awards (PDF, 0.5 MB)
NARCH V and VI Directory of Active Awards(PDF, 1.53 MB)
The NARCH program supports opportunities for conducting research and career enrichment to meet health needs prioritized by American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) tribes or tribally-based organizations. It aims:
NARCH Awards Promote:
NARCH grant applications are submitted by and awarded to the tribe or tribal organization. Awarding the grant directly to the tribe or tribal organization allows for the community to dictate and oversee research priorities, while drawing upon necessary expertise from the research community to accomplish its scientific goals. Due to the complexity of the NARCH awards, NIH and the Indian Health Service (IHS) work closely to support this program. NIH oversees the funding and management of NARCH grants, while IHS oversees interactions with the tribal organizations and provides guidance involving human subjects research. NIGMS primarily funds faculty development, student research training, and core activities of each NARCH, while NIH Institutes, Centers, and Offices (ICOs) support within the purview of the ICO’s strategic goals.
NARCH applications undergo peer reviews organized by the NIH Center for Scientific Review (CSR). Research projects with the best science and the best designs and strategies to meet the objectives of the NARCH program are selected based on priority scores of the peer review.
Funding Opportunity Announcement:
Awarded NARCH Recipients
NARCH Awards [link needed]
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