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
- Lay Summary
- Research Plan (PHS 398 Continuation Format Page, 8/2012 revision)
- Specific Aim(s) – one page limit
- Rationale, brief Experimental Design, and future funding plans – two page limit
- While preliminary data is not required, relevant data can be included within the two page limit
- Appendices will not be accepted
- Biosketch (NIH Biographical Sketch Format Page, 5/2012 revision)
- Must be submitted for the Principal Investigator
- More information on the current NIH biosketch format can be found here
Applications may be submitted to SPAdmin as a PDF emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.
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