Review of Disability and Rehabilitation Research: NIDRR
Grantmaking Processes and Products.
This book reports on a study of the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR
)'s processes for grantmaking, the quality of grantee outputs, and the methods the NIDRR
has developed for conducting summative evaluations.
Disclaimer: The ideas and opinions expressed herein are those of the authors and not necessarily reflective of the NIDRR
But she says NIDRR
welcomes the opportunity to work with industry groups in informational exchanges aimed at defining, developing, and showcasing new products.
funds disability statistics centers under its Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) program to provide junior level investigators, policy makers, advocates, and PWDs access to disability statistics through reports that track key indicators and an annual compendium that allow investigators and others to access additional statistics.
The foot and ankle mechanisms session at the NIDRR
consensus meeting also addressed the following: attendees agreed that articulating and propulsive feet are an enhancement needed for currently available prosthetic feet .
The views expressed in this article do not represent the views of NIDRR
or the U.
Funding: FY 12 $447,500; FY 13 $447,500; FY 14 $447,500; FY 15 $447,500; FY 16 $447,500.
133S) and a Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center grant from NIDRR
in collaboration with the New Jersey Institute of Technology on "Improving early manipulation.
Seventy nine researchers who were identified by NIDRR
staff as principal investigators receiving NIDRR
grant funding participated in this survey study.
Funding: FY 12 $750,000; FY 13 $750,000; FY 14 $750,000; FY 15 $750,000; FY 16 $750,000.
Currently, the NIDRR
program funds 34 RRTCs in a wide variety of disability areas (http://www.