Background on the Formation and the 1st Year of the NRCBI

Letter from SSWR President, Rowena Fong, EdD (click here)
Letter from DC Liaison Llewellyn Cornelius, PhD (click here)
Reports from the SSWR NRCBI Liaison Dr. Llewellyn Cornelius
Introduction to the National Research Capacity Building Initiative (NRCBI) Listserv
NRCBI Update Following Meeting with Dr. Francis Chesley, Director, Office of Extramural Research, Education, and Priority Populations, AHRQ on November 22, 2010
NRCBI Update Following Meeting with Drs. Philip Wang, Deputy Director, Robert Heinssen, Director, Division of Services Research and Ms. Denise Juliano-Bult, Social Work Research Liaison, NIMH on November 9, 2010
The Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research at NIH releases Nine RFAs as a result of the completion of the Request for Information regarding Social Science Research Priorities (OPPNet)
A Welcome to the NRCBI Listserv from DC Liaison, Llewellyn Cornelius, PhD
NIA-Summer Institute on Aging Research – 2011- Deadline- March 4, 2011
Preparation for submitting Public Comments regarding the proposed combining of NIDA and NIAAA
Please write your Congresswoman/man and Senator to preserve federal funding for Social and Behavioral Social Science Research!
Assisting the ANSWER Coalition in preparing to reintroduce the Dorothy I. Height and Whitney M. Young, Jr. Social Work Reinvestment Act in the 112th Congress
RWJF New Connections Program Grant for Junior Investigators and Mid Career Consultants REVISED CALL FOR PROPOSALS WILL BE RELEASED ON FEBRUARY 16, 2011
Interested in Serving on a expert committee for the National Academies’ Committee on Population relating to an OBSSR-Funded International Health Differences Study?
UPDATE Only Video Cast Registration OPEN- NCI Conference: The Science of Research onDiscrimination and Health- Bethesda, MD-February 2-4, 2011
The Majority Staff of the Senate Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations Subcommittee requests that organizations reach out to their local Congressmen/women next week to preserve proposed budget cuts in Labor, Education, Health Care and Social Service

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