New NIH funding opportunity: Using AI and other computer-aided approaches to advance precision nutrition

The AIMINGS AI for Precision Nutrition Pilot Program, part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Nutrition for Precision Health’s (NPH) Consortium, released a new funding opportunity. As the AI Center for the NPH consortium, AIMINGS (Artificial Intelligence, Modeling, and Informatics for Nutrition Guidance and Systems) is developing AI, machine learning (ML), Big Data methods, and other data science approaches to better understand and improve precision nutrition.

This call for proposals seeks research projects that develop and utilize AI and other computer-aided approaches to facilitate precision nutrition.

This is a great opportunity for the named investigator to receive funding for a project that can eventually aggrandize into a larger project or an R01 application. Awardees will be connected with a community of researchers working on AI for precision nutrition, a new and emerging field.

Proposals are welcome from applicants anywhere in the US from diverse backgrounds and at varying career levels. Applicants who are in the early stages of their careers and investigators that are underrepresented in the scientific workforce are strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants cannot be current members of the NPH consortium.Interested applicants are encouraged to attend the applicant webinar prior to submitting.

The AIMINGS AI for Precision Nutrition Pilot Program is holding an applicant informational webinar on July 20th at 3:30 – 4:30 PM ET for this RFA. Anyone interested in applying is strongly encouraged to attend. Questions should be emailed to by July 13th as the AIMINGS team will do their best to cover during the webinar. Registration is required and can be found here.

Deadline is October 12, 2023.

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