Behavioral Health Economics Research Program

Applications are invited for competitive grant awards from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to support research on behavioral economic strategies to promote healthy eating and obesity prevention.

The findings from successful proposals are expected to advance USDA?s effort to

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ensure a healthy, well nourished population.





USDA?s Economic Research Service (ERS) anticipates awarding up to eight individual grants.

The maximum funding level, including indirect costs, per grant is $30,000 for the duration of the agreement, not to exceed three years.

Related Programs

Consumer Data Initiative (CDI)

Department of Agriculture


Agency: Department of Agriculture

Office: Economic Research Service

Estimated Funding: $240,000


Who's Eligible





Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
Not Available

Additional Information of Eligibility:
Not Available

Full Opportunity Web Address:


Contact:
Lisa Mancino Food Economics Division Phone: 202-694-5563

Agency Email Description:
E-mail a question to Lisa Mancino

Agency Email:
lmancino@ers.usda.gov

Date Posted:
2008-05-23

Application Due Date:
2008-07-03

Archive Date:
2008-08-02



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