Posts Tagged ‘Funding Opportunity’

OCTRI Community Research Coalition Grant Funding

OCTRI is offering a new funding opportunity targeting health-related concerns identified by communities within three regional research coalitions. OHSU believes community-academic research coalitions are essential for asking and answering questions that address regionally specific health concerns throughout Oregon. These collaborations improve local health outcomes by supporting research best practices and data driven decision-making. The grant pairs a principal investigator from one of the community research coalitions with an academic collaborator from OHSU. Due date: June … Read More

OHSU Presidential Bridge Funding applications due May 29

The Office of the Senior Vice President for Research has released its call for proposals for the 2015-2016 OHSU Presidential Bridge Funding Program. Bridge funding is available for established investigators threatened by an imminent lapse in research support. Investigators can request up to $50,000 in funding for one year to help bridge them while they generate data to restore funding. Up to 3 awards will be made this funding cycle (summer 2015) with another 3 … Read More

Tartar Trust Fellowships; applications due May 22

Applications for Tartar Trust Fellowships, which provide up to $2,000 to students, postdocs, and faculty in the OHSU School of Medicine, are due May 22, 2015. Projects that are likely to enhance the applicant’s career development are of particular interest. Fellowship funds may be used to: Assist qualified graduate students in their research programs. Provide released time for a graduate teaching assistant for purposes of advancing the individual’s degree research. Support specially endowed medical students … Read More

Funding Focus: New Ways to Find Funding, Thursday, Apr.16

Join us for April’s Funding Focus seminar to learn New Ways of Finding Funding at OHSU. The seminar will be held from 12 to 1 p.m. on Thursday, Apr. 16, in Mackenzie Hall 2201. We’re excited to introduce: GrantScoop – a newly acquired software tool for identifying both private and government funding opportunities. GrantScoop is specifically designed for research scientists seeking grant funding and allows for selective searches with extensive filtering capabilities. This tool is … Read More

Funding Focus: DoD funding and insights from the Military Health Systems Research Symposium, Mar. 19

The Department of Defense funds research across the spectrum, from very basic science to social and behavioral studies. But how do you take advantage of these funds? Come to March’s Funding Focus, hosted by Research Funding & Development Services, to learn about what the DoD is currently interested in, the importance of networking, and how you can get support to attend the most important DoD biomedical research conference of the year, the Military Health Systems … Read More

NIH S10 funding for high-end instrumentation

The Shared Instrument Grant Program (S10), which provides groups of NIH-supported investigators funds to purchase or upgrade shared equipment costing up to $600,000) was announced in late January.  A new S10 opportunity will open for applications on April 29, 2015. The High-End Instrumentation (HEI) Grant Program is specifically designed to fund instrumentation that costs at least $600,000. The maximum award is $2,000,000. Types of instruments supported include, but are not limited to, X-ray diffraction systems, nuclear … Read More

NIDA now accepting submissions for innovation challenge

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), through its “Innovations in Measuring and Managing Addiction Treatment Quality” Challenge, plans to award $100,000 in total prizes for innovative ideas on how to improve the quality of addiction treatment services. Specifically, NIDA hopes to incentivize the development of novel concepts for quality measurement and quality management based on the latest science of addiction and its treatment. NIDA believes these new concepts will lead to performance measurement and … Read More

NIH S10 applications for 2015

The Shared Instrument Grant Program (S10) provides groups of NIH-supported investigators funds to purchase or upgrade a single item of specialized, commercially available instrumentation or an integrated instrumentation system. The cost of instrumentation must be at least $50,000 (note that this figure is different from past years, where the lower limit was $100,000) and no more than $600,000. Types of instruments supported include confocal and electron microscopes, biomedical imagers, mass spectrometers, DNA sequencers, biosensors, cell-sorters, … Read More

Methamphetamine Abuse Research Center pilot projects due March 30

OHSU’s Methamphetamine Abuse Research Center (MARC) seeks applications for pilot project research grants. These grants of up to $25,000 are designed to bring new research directions, approaches, and investigators into the center. Projects are also intended to generate preliminary data for future R-type grant applications. All OHSU and VA faculty interested in methamphetamine research are encouraged to submit proposals. Postdoctoral trainees are not eligible for this award. The MARC will evaluate proposals on their scientific … Read More

Military Health Systems Research Symposium 2015: Funds available for meeting support

The Military Health Systems Research Symposium–also known as MHSRS–is the most important Department of Defense scientific meeting of the year.  Bringing together all the branches of the armed forces, this joint symposium provides a collaborative environment of exchange among military medical care providers with deployment experience, DoD scientists,  industry, and academic scientists like you, OHSU researchers!  This is a highly interdisciplinary meeting. Areas of interest include combat casualty care, military operational medicine, clinical and rehabilitative … Read More

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