Details Released on First Request for Proposals
December 27, 2018
New information is available on the first request for proposals (RFP) to be released on January 7 by The National Collaborative on Gun Violence Research.
This round of funding will award up to $10 million for scientific research on U.S. gun policy and gun violence prevention.
The collaborative expects to grant 10 to 25 awards, including three or more dissertation support awards of $25,000.
Gun policy and gun violence prevention research proposals that will be considered include:
- Research on gun ownership, use, violence, injuries, suicide, markets and related topics
- Strategies and interventions for preventing gun violence, and their effectiveness
- Projects seeking to collect and disseminate new data resources to support research.
The RFP will be available at ncgvr.org on January 7. Applicants will then have thirty days to submit a short letter of interest describing their proposed research study.
It will be the first of four annual grant-funding cycles for the collaborative.