FAPESP and NIH will fund collaborative research Versão em português

FAPESP and NIH will fund collaborative research Researchers from Columbia University and from the Federal University of São Paulo will collaborate in the selected project (photo: Heitor Shimizu)

The São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) announce a research project selected under the cooperation agreement between the institutions.

The project will be conducted by researchers from Columbia University and from the Paulista Medical School / Federal University of São Paulo.

Selected proposal:

Maternal adversities, inflammation, and neurodevelopment: How intergenerational processes perpetuate disadvantage in a low-resource setting

Processo / Grant number


Acordo / Agreement


Pesquisador Responsável

Andrea Parolin Jackowski

Pesquisador Parceiro

Jonathan Posner e Cristiane Seixas Duartei

Institituição Parceira

Columbia University in the City of New York

Instituição sede

Instit. sede / Host Institution Escola Paulista de Medicina - Unifesp

FAPESP and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) of the United States maintain a cooperation agreement to encourage joint research proposals submitted by researchers eligible by NIH regulations in collaboration with researchers from the State of São Paulo eligible by FAPESP’s regulations.

Areas of interest include those covered by the missions of the NIH centers and institutes participating in this collaborative opportunity ( Under this agreement, proposals must be submitted in accordance with the dates

Presently, the agreement between FAPESP and NIH cover NIH’s grants of the type R01 and, on FAPESP’s side, Thematic grants.

More information about the agreement and how to submit proposals:

Page updated on 12/05/2019 - Published on 12/05/2019