The National Collaborative on Gun Violence Research (NCGVR) has issued its second request for proposals (RFP) for high-quality research on gun policy and gun violence prevention. NCGVR prefers to fund research that will improve the quality and availability of data on gun policy or violence topics. Similarly, it prefers to fund research that integrates perspectives from multiple disciplines and research that is conducted collaboratively. The collaborative expects to award up to $9.5 million in total, funding 10 to 25 research awards, including six or more dissertation awards and up to two postdoctoral research fellowship awards.
NCGVR priority research categories are those that will fill knowledge gaps about NCGVR’s main areas of interest:
Letter of interest due: February 4, 2020. 8:00 pm est.
View full details and application instructions on the NCGVR RFP here.