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TBIPHRP-Program-Booklet-2021_v2.pngThe U.S. Congress has appropriated $175 million for the Traumatic Brain Injury and Psychological Health Research Program (TBIPHRP) to support research to understand, prevent and assess, and treat psychological health and/or traumatic brain injuries for U.S. service members, their families, veterans and the American public. The TBIPHRP is part of the DOD’s Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (https://cdmrp.health.mil/).
TBIPHRP has released five funding announcements for FY23.  
The TBIPHRP anticipates funding approximately 70 awards ranging from $500,000 total direct costs up to $6 million total direct costs.  Additional information can be found in the link below and includes research topics such as:

  • Psychological health (e.g., posttraumatic stress disorder, adjustment disorders, acute stress reaction, depression)
  • Psychological health trajectories associated with trauma
  • Crosscutting prevention approaches to prevent adverse outcomes such as suicide, violence or substance use.
  • Suicide prevention
  • Sexual harassment and sexual assault prevention, perpetration, victimization and response
  • Mobile health/telemedicine
  • Health services research (including comparative effectiveness and implementation science)
  • Community-based participatory research

Eligible research proposals could target TBI, psychological health or both. Please visit https://cdmrp.health.mil/funding/pdf/23tbiphrpreftable.pdf for more information.