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US Department of Defense: FY18 Psychological Health/Traumatic Brain Injury Research Program (PH/TBIRP)

The overarching vision of this program is to prevent, mitigate, and treat the effects of traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury on function, wellness, and overall quality of life for Service members as well as their caregivers and families.

The following grant mechanisms are available for the FY2018.

Complex Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation Research – Clinical Research Award (CTRR – CRA)

Supports applied and translational research to advance the development of knowledge and materiel products for rehabilitation and restoration of function following TBI.

  • Funding: Maximum funding of USD $2M (approx. AUD $2.72M) for total costs
  • Duration: Maximum period of performance is 3 year

Complex Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation Research – Clinical Trial Award (CTRR – CTA)

Supports small, single-site, Phase I clinical trials to advance the development of knowledge and materiel products for rehabilitation and restoration of function following TBI in Service members, Veterans, and other individuals.

  • Funding: Maximum funding of USD $2M (approx. AUD $2.72M) for total costs
  • Duration: Maximum period of performance is 3 years

Complex Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation Research – Clinical Trial Development Award (CTRR-CTDA)

Supports design and development of the necessary research resources that will serve as a foundation for investigator-initiated clinical trials as described above under CTRR–CTA.

  • Funding: Maximum funding of USD $200,000 (approx. AUD $272,000) for total costs
  • Duration: Maximum period of performance is 12 months

Eligibility

Independent investigators at all academic levels (or equivalent) from anywhere in the world are eligible to apply.

Submission Requirements & Due Dates

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