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National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research (NCMRR)

The National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research (NCMRR) was established within the National Institutes of Health (NIH) by legislation (P.L. 101-613) passed in 1990. The Center is a component of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). The mission of NCMRR is to foster development of scientific knowledge needed to enhance the health, productivity, independence, and quality of life of persons with disabilities. This is accomplished by supporting research on enhancing the functioning of people with disabilities in daily life. A primary goal of the Center is to bring the health related problems of people with disabilities to the attention of America's best scientists in order to capitalize upon the myriad advances occurring in the biological, behavioral, and engineering sciences.

Please visit the NICHD website for more details.

Grant offerings and opportunities will be posted by the AAP as information becomes available.

NIH Funding Opportunities and Notices

NIH Loan Repayment Program

Funding Agencies for Research Grants:

PM&R Fair Grants

Hosting a PM&R Medical Student Fair at your institution is a great way to introduce medical students to the specialty and provide them with a hands-on look into the world of physical medicine and rehabilitation. Grants of up to $1,000 are available from the AAP to support a fair. Learn more and submit an application.

Research Opportunities

1) GEMMSTAR (Grants for Early Medical/Surgical Specialists' Transition to Aging Research)

2) Missouri Arthritis Rehabilitation Research and Training Center-NIDRR

Research Support and Sabbatical Opportunities - AR3T

Government Resources

Grant Writing Training

  • Training in Grantsmanship for Rehabilitation Research - The TIGRR workshop seeks junior and mid-level faculty in all rehabilitation research disciplines who are on the cusp of success in NIH-funded or similar research but could benefit from expert mentorship in grant development.