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The biomedical research community has made major progress in achieving a balance of men and women in human studies, however compelling questions about the underlying mechanisms that increase women’s risk or resilience for certain heart, lung, blood, and sleep (HLBS) diseases continue to challenge the scientific and medical community.
In support of its Strategic Vision, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) is advancing a scientific research agenda for women’s health. As part of that agenda, the Institute has issued a Request for Information “Understanding the Health of Women and the Role of Sex/Gender in Mechanisms of Heart, Lung, Blood, and Sleep Diseases and Disorders.” The RFI offers the research community, health care professionals, patient advocates, and others an opportunity to provide input on topics ranging from scientific gap areas in mechanisms of HLBS diseases, to training and resource needs, among other topics.
The NHLBI greatly values your perspective as it works with the wider scientific community to uncover the mechanisms of disease that will set a stronger foundation for clinical research focused on more effective prevention and treatment strategies for HLBS diseases and disorders in women. Please submit your responses via email to WHWGRFI@nhlbi.nih.gov by March 15, 2019. Don’t forget to include the Notice number (NOT-HL-18-660) in the subject line.
Please see below funding opportunity that may be of interest to you:
Mechanisms Underlying the Contribution of Sleep Disturbances to Pain (R01 Clinical Trial Optional)
Dr. Natasha J Williams
NYU School of Medicine
Division of Health & Behavior, and the Department of Population Health
Center for Healthful Behavior Change
Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine 1522 Player Drive, Lexington, KY 40511
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