Please be informed that the next semi-annual deadline for the Prof. Rahamimoff Travel Grants Program for young Scientists is open submissions. The current deadline is Dec. 3, 2015 and the next deadline will be in the spring of 2016. The program supports research related travel of PhD students (only) from the U.S. to Israel, and from Israel to the U.S.
The Call for Proposals and Instructions can be found in the following BSF website page: http://www.bsf.org.il/ElectronicSubmission/GatewayFormsAndGuidelines.aspx?PageId=7&innerTextID=0
Application Deadline: Monday, September 21, 2015
The Otis Glebe Medical Research Foundation, which awards grants to projects focused on translational research, is now open for applications. Projects of particular interest will be those that emphasize the translation of laboratory findings to clinical practice and those that facilitate the application of research findings to the community to enhance the adoption of best practices.
All current UNMC faculty members are eligible to apply.
The Glebe Foundation anticipates that it will fund one grant of up to $90,000 for a one-year period.
- Indirect costs are unallowable
- Salary for the Principal Investigator is not allowed
Application Submission Requirements
Proposals must be submitted in accordance with NIH application standards and should include:
- Face Page – does not need to be signed (shortened version can be found here)
- Internal forms in ADIS are not required at the time of application
Applications may be submitted to SPAdmin as a PDF emailed to email@example.com.
Review Process: Proposals will be submitted to an internal committee of UNMC reviewers for initial consideration. The final selection will be made by the Otis Glebe Medical Research Foundation. Funds will typically be available within one month of award notification.
Monday, September 21, 2015……Applications due to SPAdmin no later than 5pm; a PDF may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information:
- Otis Glebe Medical Research Foundation Program Guidelines (click here)
- If you have questions, please contact Holly Dunning, Coordinator, Sponsored Programs Administration, at 402-559-7456 email@example.com.
R36 Dissertation Award
Application Due Dates: November 1, 2015; February 1, 2016; May 1, 2016; August 1, 2016; November 1, 2016
Applications for dissertation research grants must be responsive to AHRQ’s mission, which is to produce evidence to make health care safer, higher quality, more accessible, equitable and affordable, and to work within HHS and with other partners to make sure that the evidence is understood and used. Within the mission, AHRQ’s specific priority areas of focus are:
- Improve health care quality by accelerating implementation of Patient Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR)
- Make health care safer
- Increase accessibility by evaluating expansions of insurance coverage
- Improve health care affordability, efficiency and cost transparency
AHRQ research priority areas are described at http://www.ahrq.gov/funding/policies/foaguidance/index.html.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to focus on topical areas unique to AHRQ, demonstrating how expected results can be used or made available for use to enhance healthcare quality. Results should be directly relevant to customers, such as providers and practitioners, administrators, payers, consumers, policymakers, and insurers.
Candidates are encouraged to address health services research issues critical to AHRQ priority populations, including: individuals living in inner city or rural (including frontier) areas; low-income and minority groups; women, children, the elderly; and individuals with special health care needs, including those with disabilities and those who need chronic or end-of-life health care.
Candidates must conduct dissertation projects which focus on health care delivery in the United States. AHRQ will not accept international health care research projects.
– See more at: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-15-318.html