Joint IDeA PI Meeting
2019 NIH IDeA RegionalConferences
Central Region June 12-14, 2019
NIGMS Funds 36 Institutional Development Awards in Fiscal Year 2018
STTR Regional Technology Transfer Accelerator Hubs for IDeA States [Video] November 15, 2017
Regional Technology Transfer Accelerator Hubs for IDeA States (STTR) Webinar November 15, 2017 [PDF, 1.31MB]
Finding Ways to Foster SBIR/STTR Applicants from IDeA States [PDF, 1.1KB]
Attribution of IDeA Support
List of Allowable Major Equipment for Alteration and Renovation Projects of IDeA Program [PDF, 352KB]
Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO) Program
The Institutional Development Award (IDeA) program builds research capacities in states that historically have had low levels of NIH funding by supporting basic, clinical, and translational research; faculty development; and infrastructure improvements. The program also enhances the ability of investigators to compete successfully for additional research funding and serves the research needs of medically underserved communities.
Shaded are the 23 states and Puerto Rico eligible for IDeA funding.
The IDeA program has five main components:
Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) augment and strengthen institutional biomedical research capabilities by expanding and developing biomedical faculty research capability through support of a multidisciplinary center led by a peer-reviewed, NIH-funded investigator with expertise central to the theme of the grant proposal.
IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) enhance biomedical research capacity, expand, and strengthen the research capabilities of biomedical faculty, and provide access to biomedical resources for promising undergraduate students throughout the eligible states. INBRE puts the IDeA approach into action by enhancing research infrastructure through support of a statewide research development network that links research-intensive institutions with primarily undergraduate institutions.
IDeA Program Infrastructure for Clinical and Translational Research (IDeA-CTR) provides support for: (1) the development of infrastructure and human resources required to conduct clinical and translational research in IDeA-eligible states, (2) enhancing the ability of IDeA institutions and investigators to develop competitive clinical and translational research programs, (3) fostering and sustaining collaboration and coordination of clinical and translational activities within and across IDeA institutions/ organizations, and (4) addressing health conditions that affect the medically underserved and/or that are prevalent among populations in IDeA states.
IDeA Co-funding provides support to NIH investigator-initiated R01 or R15 applications that received excellent ratings through the peer review process, but fell beyond an Institute’s or Center’s (ICs) pay line. NIH ICs select and submit eligible applications to NIGMS for consideration for IDeA Co-funding support, and maintain the administration and management of the applications that receive IDeA Co-funding.
The STTR program at the Division for Research Capacity Building supports the commercialization of innovative technologies and methodologies developed at IDeA states. A collaborative endeavor, the accelerator hubs would act as regional consortia to provide infrastructure and build an entrepreneurial culture at the IDeA institutions in that region. The goal of the program is to promote entrepreneurship, technology transfer, management, small business finance, and other skills needed to move discoveries and technologies out of the lab and into commercial products that address human health
For more information about the IDeA program, contact Dr. Ming Lei.
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