Funding opportunity for research that works to eliminate parasitic diseases including malaria through improved surveillance, diagnostics and transmission interventions.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Division of Parasitic Diseases and Malaria seeks to fund critical research and evaluation activities that will decrease the overall burden of parasitic diseases and increase the health and well-being of affected populations.
Research topics include identifying and tracking morbidity, developing and testing better diagnostic tools, improving surveillance, and developing and evaluating interventions that can reduce or interrupt transmission of parasitic diseases including reduction of their vectors.
The estimated total program funding for this effort is $6,000,000.
This is a forecasted opportunity with an estimated due date of 15 February 2022. Additional information is available at Grants.gov: RFA-GH-22-001.