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Message ID: 8376
Date: 2010-02-03

Author:Brodowski, Melissa (ACF)

Subject:FYI: NIH Request for Information (RFI) OppNet - on behavioral and social science research

FYI ________________________________ From: Behav & Soc Sciences - Systems Science on behalf of Mabry, Patty (NIH/OD) [E] Sent: Mon 2/1/2010 7:09 PM To: BSSR_SYSTEMS_SCI-L@LIST.NIH.GOV Subject: Request for Information (RFI) OppNet Dear BSSR Systems Science Listserv members, Many of you have lamented that NIH does not have the funding opportunities you desire for systems science oriented research projects. Here is your opportunity to speak up and have your say in future opportunities. NOTE: you must respond by February 19! Read on for relevant portions of the notice. NOT-OD-10-055 http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-10-055.html announces that the NIH Basic Behavioral and Social Sciences Opportunity Network (OppNet) is seeking your input on “current and emerging priorities in basic behavioral and social sciences research (b-BSSR) that offer the greatest potential for improving the Nation’s health and well-being. This input will inform the OppNet strategic planning process and help OppNet meet its mission of pursuing opportunities for strengthening b-BSSR at the NIH while innovating beyond existing investments.” Note that one of the three categories for input identified in the notice is “Research on methodology and measurement in the behavioral and social sciences.” Research topics relevant to this definition of b-BSSR include but are not limited to: Methodology and Measurement: Methods for analyzing complex dynamic systems, application of information technologies to data collection and measurement, statistical modeling techniques, development of innovative research designs (e.g., multi-method, multi-informant designs), methods to reduce sampling, survey, and item non-response bias in research studies, behavioral observation procedures, qualitative and ethnographic methods, and development of new measurement procedures for behavioral, neuropsychological, and social phenomena. To respond with input please visit: http://bbssrresponse.com/ Deadline: Feb 19, 2010 Patricia L. Mabry, Ph.D. (Patty) Senior Advisor Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research Office of the Director, NIH 31 Center Drive, Building 31, Room B1-C19; MSC 2027 Bethesda, MD 20892-2027 Phone: (301) 402-1753 email: mabryp@od.nih.gov

FYI ________________________________ From: Behav & Soc Sciences - Systems Science on behalf of Mabry, Patty (NIH/OD) [E] Sent: Mon 2/1/2010 7:09 PM To: BSSR_SYSTEMS_SCI-LLIST.NIH.GOV Subject: Request for Information (RFI) OppNet Dear BSSR Systems Science Listserv members, Many of you have lamented that NIH does not have the funding opportunities you desire for systems science oriented research projects. Here is your opportunity to speak up and have your say in future opportunities. NOTE: you must respond by February 19! Read on for relevant portions of the notice. NOT-OD-10-055 http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-10-055.html announces that the NIH Basic Behavioral and Social Sciences Opportunity Network (OppNet) is seeking your input on “current and emerging priorities in basic behavioral and social sciences research (b-BSSR) that offer the greatest potential for improving the Nation’s health and well-being. This input will inform the OppNet strategic planning process and help OppNet meet its mission of pursuing opportunities for strengthening b-BSSR at the NIH while innovating beyond existing investments.” Note that one of the three categories for input identified in the notice is “Research on methodology and measurement in the behavioral and social sciences.” Research topics relevant to this definition of b-BSSR include but are not limited to: Methodology and Measurement: Methods for analyzing complex dynamic systems, application of information technologies to data collection and measurement, statistical modeling techniques, development of innovative research designs (e.g., multi-method, multi-informant designs), methods to reduce sampling, survey, and item non-response bias in research studies, behavioral observation procedures, qualitative and ethnographic methods, and development of new measurement procedures for behavioral, neuropsychological, and social phenomena. To respond with input please visit: http://bbssrresponse.com/ Deadline: Feb 19, 2010 Patricia L. Mabry, Ph.D. (Patty) Senior Advisor Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research Office of the Director, NIH 31 Center Drive, Building 31, Room B1-C19; MSC 2027 Bethesda, MD 20892-2027 Phone: (301) 402-1753 email: mabrypod.nih.gov