The Division of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases supports a comprehensive set of resources for researchers. Their purpose is to facilitate the preclinical and clinical research needed to translate the ideas generated through basic research into safe and effective drugs, vaccines, and diagnostics to control and prevent infectious diseases.
Generally, you may request services if you are an investigator in academia, a not-for-profit organization, industry, or government in the United States or worldwide. You need not be a grantee of NIAID or another National Institutes of Health Institute or Center. Look to each service for further eligibility information.
- Pre-Clinical Models of Infectious Disease
- In Vitro Assessment
- Therapeutic Development Services
- Vaccine Development Services
Reagents and Facilities
- BEI Resources Repository
- Biocontainment Research Facilities
- World Reference Center for Emerging Viruses and Arboviruses
- Zoonotic Influenza Candidate Vaccine Viruses
Bioinformatics and Genomics
- Bioinformatics Resource Centers
- Functional Genomics
- Genomic Centers
- Structural Genomics
- Systems Biology
- International Clinical Sciences Support Center
- Phase I Clinical Trial Units for Therapeutics
- Vaccine and Treatment Evaluation Units
NIAID and NIH offer a number of funding opportunities, including grants and contracts to conduct basic research, preclinical development, or clinical evaluation.
- NIH-Wide Funding Opportunity Announcements
- NIAID Funding Opportunity Announcements and Requests for Proposals