The Behavioral Research Program (BRP) provides funding support for a comprehensive program of research that includes basic behavioral research as well as the development, testing, and dissemination of interventions in several areas. Priority areas include tobacco use, screening, dietary behavior, sun protection, emotion regulation, and physical activity. The program supports investigator-initiated research grants and sponsors or co-sponsors a variety of targeted funding opportunity announcements (FOAs).
Behavioral Research Grants
View a list of current NIH funding opportunity announcements related to behavioral research.
Successful Grant Applications
Read excerpts from successfully funded behavioral research grant applications to learn what successful grants look like.Sample Grant Applications
For New Grantees
Find information on applying for that first NIH grant, such as:
- An overview of the grants process
- Resources for successfully managing your first grant
- Recommendations on how to secure subsequent funding
NIH Clinical Trial Requirements
Learn about the series of initiatives NIH is rolling out to enhance the accountability and transparency of clinical research.
Grant Application Resources
Learn how to prepare and submit applications in response to NIH funding opportunity announcements.
Good Clinical Practice Training
Learn more about the Good Clinical Practice for Social and Behavioral Research e-learning course.