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Funding Opportunities

Research on Post-COVID-19 Conditions and Other Long-Term Outcomes of COVID-19 Infection

This Program Announcement is intended to summarize the funding mechanisms available to eligible VA scientists for research related to post COVID-19 conditions as defined by the World Health Organization and describes the specific priorities for each ORD research service...Learn more




Service-Directed Request for Applications on Pandemic-Related Disrupted and Deferred Care

The goal of this RFA is to support focused research that will leverage VA research expertise to provide evidence-based information that the VA health system can use to better serve Veterans during the ongoing pandemic response and recovery, as well as possible future public health emergencies where care may be reduced or disrupted. These projects will focus on non-COVID priority health outcomes by examining the effects of the COVID-19 health emergency response, rebound, and recovery on population health; care utilization, including system-level and patient-level decision making; and care delivery practices across the health system. Ideally, these projects will assist VHA partners to develop strategies at the level of patient, provider, and health system to mitigate adverse effects of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and improve care delivery post-pandemic.

a. Timeline: Service-directed RFA for Winter and Summer SMRB ITS windows opens October 21and April 22, respectively.

b. Please see solicitation for more details. HSR&D Merit Review Award (Parent I01) (va.gov) (VA network access only)

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  • National Mortality Study and Disrupted Care Research Coordination

  • Medication Collaboratory Projects

  • COVID-19 Observational Research Collaboratory (CORC)

  • Supplemental Funding to Study the Pandemic's Effects on Non-COVID Health Outcomes

  • Vaccine Behavior Uptake Study (HSR&D)

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