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National Institutes of Health - Division of Program Coordination, Planning, and Strategic Initiatives
DPCPSI ORGANIZATION
OFFICE OF AIDS RESEARCH

OAR Special Initiatives

OAR identifies scientific areas that require focused attention and manages and facilitates multi-Institute and trans-Institute activities to address those needs.

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OFFICE OF BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL
SCIENCES RESEARCH

OBSSR Scientific Areas

Leadership is crucial at a time when exciting scientific opportunities, persistent public health needs, and emergent public health challenges face our nation.

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OFFICE OF DISEASE PREVENTION

Prevention Research at NIH

The Institutes and Centers have a broad portfolio of prevention research and training, as well as programs to disseminate the findings to scientists, health professionals, communities, and the public.

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OFFICE OF RESEARCH ON WOMENS HEALTH

Interdisciplinary Research

With ORWH increasing understanding of the inter-relatedness and complexity of disease, the nature of scientific investigation is shifting to a multi-disciplinary collaborative approach.

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THE OFFICE OF STRATEGIC COORDINATION (OSC)

Emerging Science & Tech Advances

Learn more about dynamic NIH Common Fund programs!

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Identifying emerging scientific opportunities,

Rising public health challenges, and Scientific knowledge gaps that merit further research.

About DPCPSI

 

DPCPSI's mission includes identifying emerging scientific opportunities, rising public health challenges, and scientific knowledge gaps that merit further research. The Division plans and implements trans-NIH initiatives supported by the Common Fund and coordinates research related to AIDS, behavioral and social sciences, women's health, disease prevention, and research infrastructure.

 

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High-Risk Research and Innovation a Top Priority

 

The NIH Common Fund's Roadmap invests millions of dollars to fund new high-risk research awards to encourage investigators to explore ideas that have the potential to propel biomedical research and speed the translation of research to improve health

 

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