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NIAID Antimicrobial Resistance Funding Information

All currently open NIAID Requests for Applications (RFAs) and Program Announcements (PAs) can be found on the NIAID Funding Opportunities list; contract solicitations are available at NIAID Solicitations. Use these links to stay abreast of NIAID grant and contract funding opportunities to address antimicrobial resistance.

Resources for Researchers—NIAID supports a comprehensive set of resources for researchers to help investigators obtain research tools and technologies to facilitate their research. These resources help investigators secure critical information needed to move a product through the product development pathway and are available to eligible investigators worldwide at no charge.

Antibacterial Resistance Leadership Group (ARLG)—NIAID established the ARLG to help address the most important clinical questions in antibacterial resistance. The ARLG welcomes input from the global AR research community, and interested parties can submit a protocol concept for consideration.

Concepts: Potential Opportunities—represent early planning stages for initiatives: RFAs, PAs, and solicitations. Read more.

NIAID Funding Newsletter—provides funding, policy, and other information to the NIAID extramural research community and Institute staff. Subscribe to the newsletter.

NIH Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools (RePORTER)—provides electronic access to reports, data, and analyses of federally funded research activities. This tool allows users to enter key words for a customized search of National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded research projects. Automatically generated reports on the annual support level for various research, condition, and disease categories, including antimicrobial resistance, are available.

Recent NIAID Research Initiatives Focused Exclusively or in Part on Antimicrobial Resistance—listed by Fiscal Year (FY) in which awards will be made. (You can use the NIH RePORTER to retrieve details about projects funded by these initiatives.)

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Last Updated March 06, 2015