Apply for NCRG Funding
The NCRG offers funding opportunities for investigators from various disciplines and at all career levels. To view the NCRG's grant opportunities for this year, please download the 2014 funding brochure.
Project Grant Categories
The NCRG awards grants in the following categories:
- Travel Grants (up to $1,500 for one year)
- Seed Grants (up to $30,000 for one year)
- Large Grants (up to $75,000 per year for two years)
- Post-Doctoral Individual Fellowship (up to $75,000 per year for two years)
Application materials and more information about each of these funding opportunities is available via the links on the right.
2014 Application Deadlines
|Grant||Letter of Intent
|Travel Grant||N/A||Ongoing||1 month|
|Seed Grant||N/A||March 3 and Sept. 1, 2014||2 months|
|Large Grant||March 3, 2014||June 2, 2014||3 months|
|Post-Doctoral Individual Fellowship||March 3, 2014||June 3, 2013||3 months|
Funding Priorities for 2014
The NCRG's funding priorities include research on the following topics:
- Prevention of gambling disorders
- Outcome research on behavioral and pharmacological treatment strategies
- Decision-making and neuroeconomics
- The impact of new gaming technology on gambling and gambling disorders
- Gambling among minorities, especially Native Americans, and issue of health disparities
- Impact of DSM-5 changes on measurement, screening and diagnosis of gambling disorders
- Biogenetic vulnerabilities to gambling disorders
- Animal models
- Gambling among the elderly and emerging adults
Application Announcements and Forms
To apply for NCRG grant opportunities, applicants will need to download and submit the following materials:
- Grant Application Instructions and Forms: go the specific grant category listed on the menu bar to the right or in the deadline table above.
- Biosketch form: Applicants may also use the NIH Biosketch Form.
- Targeted/Planned Enrollment Form: required of applicants involving human subjects.
To stay up-to-date on upcoming funding opportunities, send your contact information to Nathan Smith, program officer for the NCRG, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-338-6610.