TABLE F-1 Sleep Initiatives (RFAs) Sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, 1994–2004

Title

Primary Purpose

Participating Institutes/Centers

Funding Activity

Year

SCOR in Neurobiology of Sleep & Sleep Apnea: RFA-HL-96-014

Establish specialized centers of research (SCORs) programs to foster translational research.

NHLBI

P50

1996

Molecular Biology and Genetics of Sleep and Sleep Disorders: RFA-HL-96-015

Advance the understanding of the molecular and genetic basis of sleep and sleep disorders.

NHLBI, NIMH, NICHD

R01

1996

Sleep Academic Award: HL-97-015; HL-96-021

Develop and/or improve the quality of medical curricula for the prevention, management, and control of sleep disorders.

NHLBI

K07

1996, 1997

Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Children: HL-98-004

Define abnormalities in airway structure and function responsible for obstructive sleep apnea in children, and identify physiological and clinical measures associated with increased morbidity.

NHLBI, NIDR, NICHD

R01

1997

Phenotypic Characterization of Sleep in Mice: RFA-HL-99-001

Develop improved molecular, cellular, and systems approaches to investigate sleep and circadian phenotypes in mice.

NHLBI, NIMH, NIA, NINDS

R01

1998

Nocturnal Asthma, Chronobiology, and Sleep: RFA-HL-99-011

Establish the mechanisms that underlie the chronobiology of nocturnal exacerbations of asthma and airway inflammation, as well as the role played by sleep and sleep disturbances.

NHLBI

R01

1999

Implementation of the National Occupational Research Agenda: RFA-OH-99-002

Develop knowledge that can be used in preventing occupational diseases and injuries and to better understand their underlying pathophysiology.

NIOSH, NCI, NHLBI, NIA, NIDCD, NIEHS

R01, R18

1999

Data Coordinating Center for Sleep Heart Health Study: RFA-HL-99-014

Establish a new data coordinating center for the Sleep Heart Health Study.

NHLBI

U01

1999

Research on Alcohol and Sleep: RFA-AA-00-005

Stimulate research on alcohol and sleep in areas that may improve understanding of the etiology and treatment of alcoholism.

NIAAA

R01, R21

2000



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