Four awards were made by the Research on Research Integrity (RRI) program in response to 19 applications received. The awards were supported by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, National Center for Research Resources, and ORI. Total funding for new and continuation studies amounted to $1,529,376. The maximum direct costs for the R21 mechanism were limited to $275,000 for 2 years.
|Grant Number||Principal Investigator||Study Title|
|1R21RR026313-01||Dubois J||“Environmental Factors Predictive of Misbehavior in Collaborative Health Research”|
|1R21RR026302-01||Fisher C||“Ethical Challenges for Research Extenders Responsible for the Integrity of Community Addiction Research”|
|1R21RR026311-01||Leff S||“Using Community-Based Participatory Research and Qualitative Methods to Evaluate Intervention Integrity Procedures”|
|1R21RR026301-01||Solomon M||“Research integrity in Collaborative Science: From Education to Behavioral Change"|