Home » Professionals Portal » Research Grants » Research Grants Awarded - by year » ATA Thyroid Research Grant Recipients 2003. The ATA supports thyroid research through the generosity of members, patients, industry, and workplace donors enabling the ATA to award thyroid research grants since 1996. ThyCa: Thyroid Cancer Survivors, Inc., a member of the ATA Alliance for Patient Education and Thyroid Head and Neck Cancer Foundation (THANC) contribute significant thyroid research grants establishing additional grants for young investigators that are awarded (in total) by expert reviewers on the ATA Research Committee. Our thanks to the members of the ATA Research Committee who have contributed their time and expertise over many years to the advancement of thyroidology.. ...
Our Mission. The mission of the Cancer Aid and Research Fund is to provide research grants, medical equipment, supplies and humanitarian aid to hospitals and clinics worldwide that treat cancer and other degenerative diseases. Cancer Aid and Research Fund also provide educational materials about cancer to patients and families. Working together to find a cure! An organization dedicated to helping cancer patients, supporting research into methods of treating cancer, and helping provide support to those institutions that continue the fight against cancer. Cancer Aid & Research Fund is a tax-exempt charity under the Tax ID Number 74-2520175.. Trademark Policy. Cancer Aid & Research Fund and Cancer Aid & Research Fund Marks are registered trademarks of Cancer Aid & Research Fund. ...
These grants are intended to support relatively inexpensive, well-powered studies that, if successful, will be submitted for publication and for presentation at the SPSP convention. The maximum that may be requested is $1,500, and up to $30,000 in grants will be distributed annually. The goal of the Small Research Grants program is primarily to support research for those post-Ph.D. who otherwise do not have the same amount of institutional resources (e.g., time free from teaching, access to graduate student support, internal funding mechanisms, grant writing resources) to support a sustained record of external funding. The Small Research Grant is especially intended to provide seed funding to help such individuals successfully apply for larger grants.. Awards may be used to compensate participants (on-line or in-person), purchase supplies, travel to research sites, or pay research assistants. Funds may not be used for salary or travel to conferences, and no indirect costs will be granted to the ...
Research to Prevent Blindness (RPB) has awarded a grant of $100,000 to the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine to support research into the causes, treatment, and prevention of blinding eye diseases. The research will be directed by Robert N. Weinreb, MD, Chairman of the Department of Ophthalmology and Director of the Shiley Eye Center.. RPB is the worlds leading voluntary organization supporting eye research. Since 1984, the organization has awarded grants totaling $3,065,000 to the UC San Diego School of Medicine. Over the past 28 years, this funding has supported research in glaucoma, cornea and retinal diseases.. "These funds are particularly invaluable for enhancing our ability to conduct the most impactful vision research," said Weinreb. "They will facilitate existing research, support cross-disciplinary investigative programs and assist in the translation of our research to prevent and cure blindness.". Since it was founded in 1960, ...
Industry-funded studies of breast cancer therapies are more likely to report positive results than non-pharmaceutical funded studies.
The Rackham Graduate Student Research Grant is intended to defray costs of conducting clearly defined research projects including research expenses, equipment or software, and/or off-campus study of foreign languages or specialized methodologies/techniques needed for research.. The Rackham Graduate Student Research Grant is a great opportunity for me to pursue my projects in lab and not have to worry as much about the cost, Kelsey said. The application allows me to fully plan out and describe my experiment, preparing me for both later grant writing as well as scientific writing about my project.. Graduate students are eligible to apply for a Rackham Graduate Student Research Grant if they are in good academic standing in a Rackham degree granting program, and if the proposed research project or activity directly relates to and helps achieve progress towards his or her degree.. Ms. Hallinens research project focuses on E. faecalis bacterial biofilm formation, particularly on the population ...
Since 2011 the Macular Disease Foundation Australia Research Grants Program has awarded Research Grants and Fellowships to leading researchers in the areas of medical, low vision and nutrition for macular degeneration. The major Macular Disease Foundation Australia Research Grants are awarded every two years.
When writing your grant application you may want to consider utilising BioGrid services to facilitate your research. BioGrid can provide data collection tools, database linkage, data analysis and reporting to assist you with your research project.. To ensure that you can utilise the services of BioGrid, we encourage you to include funding for BioGrid in your research grant application. We can provide you with a quotation and description of BioGrid services and benefits to include in your application. Complete the Research Grant Quote Form and contact us at [email protected] and we will respond with a quotation and supporting information within two working days.. To view a complete range of existing BioGrid datasets (access subject to ethics and data custodian approval), current and prospective partner sites and data collection support services.. If you have a particular requirement not listed, contact us to see how BioGrid can help with your research project. ...
Successful food and health research infrastructure is necessary to conduct high quality research and design effective public health strategies to improve population health through lifestyle, food and nutrition. Objectives: EuroDISH will provide recommendations to stakeholders such as the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI), the Joint Programming Initiative-Healthy Diet Healthy Life (JPI-HDHL) and future European funding programmes (e.g. Horizon 2020) on the needs and best-practice for food and health research infrastructures. Methods/results: Research has been organised using the "DISH" model which represents four areas of food and health research: Determinants of dietary behaviour; Intake of foods and nutrients; Status and functional markers of nutritional health; Health and disease risks of foods and nutrients. The project consists of three phases: - Phase one (completed July 2013): Desk research, interviews (N=30) and stakeholder workshop conducted to map existing ...
Potential conflicts of interest: M.T. received honoraria for consultancy or speaking from Sanofi-Aventis, Biogen, and Bayer Schering, and research grants from Merck Serono; F.P.2 received honoraria for speaking from Biogen; I.L.S. received honoraria for speaking from Sanofi-Aventis and Biogen, and research grants from Sanofi-Aventis; F.P.3 received honoraria for speaking from Sanofi-Aventis and Merck Serono; A.G. received honoraria for speaking from Bayer Schering, Merck Serono, and research grants from Sanofi-Aventis, Biogen Dompè, and Merck Serono; C.P. received honoraria for consultancy or speaking from Sanofi-Aventis, Biogen, Bayer Schering, and Novartis, and research grants from Merck Serono and Sanofi Aventis; A.L. received honoraria for speaking from Biogen and research grants from Sanofi-Aventis, Merck Serono, Biogen, and Bayer Schering; E.M. received honoraria for speaking from Bayer Schering and research grants from Merck Serono, Sanofi-Aventis, Biogen-Dompè, and Bayer Schering; C.A. ...
NIH Funding Opportunities and Notices in the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts: Small Research Grant Program for the Next Generation of Researchers in AD/ADRD Research: Area of Focus Archiving and Leveraging Existing Data Sets for Analyses (R03 Clinical Trial Not Allowed) PAS-19-391. NIA
NIH Funding Opportunities and Notices in the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts: AHRQ SMALL RESEARCH GRANT PROGRAM PAR-01-040. AHRQ
1000 for each CRR review of each external site.. Scenario #2. A UAB PI prepares an NIH grant application which is a multi-site study (non-exempt) in which UAB, University of California-San Francisco (UCSF), Cleveland Clinic (CC), and University of Miami Med Ctr (UMMC) will collaborate. The grant will be submitted to the NIH in February 2018.. The UAB PI will need to contact the collaborating investigators to see if they want to participate in the project, and discuss that UAB PI would like the Cleveland Clinic IRB (CC IRB) to the IRB of record, and the other investigators agree. The UAB PI and the investigators at UCSF, CC, and UMMC should each contact their local IRB offices to see if this arrangement is agreeable.. In the NIH grant application, the UAB PI outlines the plan for CC IRB to be the sIRB, and that UAB, UCSF, and UMMC will rely on CC IRB. In this scenario, UAB is the primary awardee, so all IRB activities are charged as UABs direct costs on the grant budget, which will be the CCs ...
These research efforts will continue in 2002 and be expanded with new emphasis areas: Cyber Infrastructure Research, Human Augmentation and the Interface of Biology and Information Technology.. Cyber Infrastructure Research: This area will support research for creating a new generation of information systems to support research and education. The information revolution to-date has focused on computers and communications - notable achievements are the prevalence of desktop computing, terascale supercomputers, and the Internet. The next transformations will integrate content sources, storage, and new modes for humans to access information. Scientific research is moving to large, shared instruments, to wide-area sensing and observing, and to shared data resources. These changes are creating massive amounts of data that will require new methods for storage, search and access, new techniques for distribution and sharing in the scientific community, and new tools for analyzing and presenting data and ...
From 2003 to 2016, we have invested more than $35 million in research grants, representing 142 grants to 55 institutions around the U.S.. These grants are made possible due to the gracious contributions of committed donors. Our donors help us develop a pipeline of researchers and projects that strengthen the pancreatic cancer scientific and medical communities.. Among the 19 research grants awarded this year are a $2 million Research Acceleration Network-2 (RAN-2) Grant and eight Translational Research Grants.. Research Acceleration Network Grants are designed to be milestone and timeline driven and support clinical research that will quickly benefit patients. The Translational Research Grants support projects with established scientific findings that require additional experiments before being tested in patients.. The 2016 RAN-2 grant is supported by a $1 million gift from The Henry and Marilyn Taub Foundation and is named in memory of Shirley Sadoff, who passed away from pancreatic cancer in ...
April 16, 2013 - The 2013 Faculty of Nursing Internal Research Grants have been awarded to Michelle Freeman, Laurie Freeman-Gibb, Cheri Hernandez and Debbie Dayus. These grant applications were subjected to an external review process and the scores were further reviewed by our Research Committee.. ...
The Kellogg and Kroc Institutes offer research grants for undergraduate students at Notre Dame during the summer. The grants are intended for juniors whose interests include a clear international dimension related to the Kellogg Institutes themes or the themes of the Kroc Institute. Grants up to $5,000 each (in exceptional, justifiable cases, the Kellogg Institute may increase this amount,) will be awarded for research abroad or, if demonstrably appropriate, in the United States. Applicants are required to notify the Kellogg Institute of any funding received from another source. If duplicate funding is received, the Institute may adjust award. Students selected for the program will begin preparing for their summer experience through a series of orientations with the Institute. Failure to attend orientations in full will result in the cancellation of the award.. Acknowledgements. Any publication of the students work resulting from this grant must include an appropriate acknowledgment of the ...
Deadline: 31st March 2017. Advert / Details. Application Form. The Neuromodulation Society of the UK and Ireland invites proposals for the 2017 research grant competition. 2 grants of up to £2,500 will be awarded for a research proposal, which may be in any field of neuromodulation research.. The funds may be awarded for a variety of purposes in support of a research project (e.g. small project grant, salary support, equipment purchase, running costs or additional funding to an existing grant).. Applications will be peer reviewed and a decision made by the Neuromodulation Society of the UK and Ireland Research Committee by the end of May 2017.. ...
Research activities advance the NLNs goal of taking the "lead in the conduct of research that informs and promotes evidence-based teaching, advances the science of nursing education, and provides and interprets data about nursing education and the nurse educator workforce." Over the past decade the NLN has expended more than half a million dollars to support research in nursing education ...
The primary purpose of the ASRM and SREI Research Grant Programs is to provide funds for new investigators to establish independent research programs.
CHARLOTTE, N.C., May 28, 2015-- Phenogen Sciences, Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Australia- based Genetic Technologies Limited, today notes with interest the special report on May 27, 2015 in The New England Journal of Medicine entitled, Gene-Panel Sequencing and the Prediction of Breast Cancer Risk authored by DF Easton, et al. Richard Allman, Ph.D., Scientific...
​Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis have received a $3.9 million grant from the Department of Energy (DOE) to develop bacteria that manufacture renewable biofuels - energy sources made from plants or microbes.
​Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis have received a $3.9 million grant from the Department of Energy (DOE) to develop bacteria that manufacture renewable biofuels - energy sources made from plants or microbes.
Founded in 1878, Duquesne is consistently ranked among the nations top Catholic universities for its award-winning faculty and tradition of academic excellence. Duquesne, a campus of nearly 9,500 graduate and undergraduate students, has been nationally recognized for its academic programs, community service and commitment to sustainability. Follow Duquesne University on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram ...
Our mission is to support research and unite the caring power of people worldwide affected by stomach cancer. The organization is also focused on advancing awareness and education about stomach cancer, including Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer (HDGC), provide a support network for affected families, and support research efforts for screening, early detection, treatment, and prevention of stomach cancer ...
Jessica Ng says she will never forget the day she received her cancer diagnosis.That day was Monday, March 5, 2018.The 27-year-old, who moved to Kingston to complete an internship with CKWS Television, was ready to begin her career when she got the call telling her she had cancer.
Walk MS, a signature fundraising event for the National MS Society, will kick off at 10 a.m. Saturday at Caprock High School, 3001 E. 34th Ave.
Learn about the Delta Dental Community Care Foundations Scientific Research Grant. See what projects are supported, if your organization is eligible and apply.
2009 Interdisciplinary Materials Research Grants (IMRGs) Awarded by the OSU Institute for Materials Research (IMR) IMRs Research Enhancement Program provides
TWAS-COMSTECH Joint Research Grants are intended for young scientists in countries belonging to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to enable them to purchase the research facilities they need to enhance their productivity. The programme aims at encouraging the pursuit of scientific excellence in OIC countries by identifying and supporting the best young scientists there; reinforcing and promoting scientific research and strengthening the endogenous capacity in science and technology; and counteracting the brain drain and reducing the exodus of scientific talent from the OIC countries.. ...
NEW YORK [January 18, 2007] - amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, has awarded nearly $1 million for eight new research grants and fellowships aimed at increasing understanding and prevention of rectal HIV transmission, Dr. Rowena Johnston, amfARs vice president of research announced today.. "Twenty-five years after the first identification of AIDS, the taboos that surround an open discussion of sexual behavior are still haunting us in our efforts to contain this pandemic" said Dr. Johnston. "It is time for us to take an honest and unflinching look at how HIV is spread and how to minimize the risks. This new research should help us to further untangle this riddle.". Sexual transmission accounts for the majority of HIV infections both in the United States and around the world, but how much of that transmission is due to anal intercourse remains unclear.. Although not often acknowledged, many heterosexual couples engage in anal intercourse and may not be aware that they are placing themselves ...
Ataxia Research Grant from National Ataxia Foundation, listed on PostgraduateFunding.com - Masters & PhD Grants, Bursaries & Awards Worldwide.
Each year, Campbell University awards multiple Summer Research Grants to assist and encourage the research, writing, and publication endeavors of our university faculty members.
Society for Science & the Public is excited to announce that we have awarded $100,000 in STEM Research Grants to 23 science teachers across the country. These teachers are mentoring students, many of whom are underprivileged and underrepresented, in authentic STEM research projects.
Worldwide science and advocacy concern Autism Speaks awarded 21 new research grants, including 3 Trailblazer Awards meant to explore out of the box angles - including the link between autism and common viral infections.
The overall goal of my research group is to identify and characterize genetic, environmental and social factors that predispose to asthma and modify drug response (pharmacogenetics). In addition, we are interested in how racially-specific genetic diffs. modify disease and response to treatment. My major scientific interests center on identifying genetic risk factors for common diseases and traits (e.g. asthma and drug response) in racial/ethnically mixed populations. I am fascinated with how racial/ethnic background influences health and risk of disease. For example, in the U.S., asthma prevalence and severity are highest in Puerto Ricans and lowest in Mexican Americans (all other races/ethnicities fall in the middle). This is paradoxical because both groups are categorized by the census as "Hispanic or Latino." It is clear that social, environmental and genetic risk factors contribute to these health disparities. It is also clear that the distribution of these risk factors varies among ...
September 11, 2015 - Congratulations to Professor Debbie Rickeard, who is the recipient of the Faculty of Nursings Internal Teaching and Learning Research grant for her study entitled "Didactic and Simulation-Based Education Programs Effect on Preceptors Self-Efficacy to Perform the Preceptor Role for fourth-year nursing students.". ...
For their research grant, Jonathan D. Cherry, Ph.D., and colleagues plan to clarify the role that inflammation plays in Alzheimers disease and CTE. They will examine brain tissue from about 250 people who died of CTE and about 100 people who died of Alzheimers. Using sophisticated analytical techniques, they will confirm where the inflammation began in each disease and how it spread throughout the brain. Such work will involve measuring and locating a range of molecules involved in the inflammation process. Lastly, the researchers will determine how inflammation affected the spread of tau and beta-amyloid, two important dementia-related proteins, in the Alzheimers and CTE brains.. Impact ...
Evaluation of mechanisms involved in the modulation of immune response in a model of co-inflammation tuberculosis and allergy. Regular Research Grants. Vânia Luiza Deperon Bonato. Immunology
Hamajima N, Hirose K, Tajima K, Rohan T, Calle EE, Heath CW, Coates RJ, Liff JM, Talamini R, Chantarakul N, Koetsawang S, Rachawat D, Morabia A, Schuman L, Stewart W, Szklo M, Bain C, Schofield F, Siskind V, Band P, Coldman AJ, Gallagher RP, Hislop TG, Yang P, Kolonel LM, Nomura AM, Hu J, Johnson KC, Mao Y, De Sanjosé S, Lee N, Marchbanks P, Ory HW, Peterson HB, Wilson HG, Wingo PA, Ebeling K, Kunde D, Nishan P, Hopper JL, Colditz G, Gajalanski V, Martin N, Pardthaisong T, Silpisornkosol S, Theetranont C, Boosiri B, Chutivongse S, Jimakorn P, Virutamasen P, Wongsrichanalai C, Ewertz M, Adami HO, Bergkvist L, Magnusson C, Persson I, Chang-Claude J, Paul C, Skegg DC, Spears GF, Boyle P, Evstifeeva T, Daling JR, Hutchinson WB, Malone K, Noonan EA, Stanford JL, Thomas DB, Weiss NS, White E, Andrieu N, Brêmond A, Clavel F, Gairard B, Lansac J, Piana L, Renaud R, Izquierdo A, Viladiu P, Cuevas HR, Ontiveros P, Palet A, Salazar SB, Aristizabel N, Cuadros A, Tryggvadottir L, Tulinius H, Bachelot A, ...
To support the next round of NIH grant proposals, Illumina will provide a limited quantity of sequencing or genotyping reagents at no cost to the Northwestern University NUSeq Core Facility. NUSeq, in turn, will offer pilot awards that include free reagents and reduced user fees to help NU investigators generate preliminary data.. This pilot program encourages projects to take advantage of the recently installed Illumina HiSeq 4000 and MiSeq sequencers. For proposals using the HiSeq 4000, we expect to offer up to one lanes worth of data (300-400 million reads). Depending on the scope of the NIH proposal, use of more than one lane may also be supported.. To apply for this pilot program, please submit a 500 word abstract along with an NIH-style biosketch for the Principal Investigator to Ashley Limon. The deadline for abstract submission is 11/27/17. The abstract should indicate how the sequencing will facilitate your NIH grant application. Please include the title and type (e.g. R01) of the ...
The UNC Sponsored Programs Office has announced a budgeting change for new and competing NIH grant proposals submitted by the office.. Effective immediately a three-percent escalation in subsequent years for NIH budgets will be considered acceptable.. Please share this information with others involved with preparing budgets for grant proposals.. ...
For the seventh year in a row, researchers from the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (UPCI), partner with UPMC CancerCenter, have received funding from the GIST Cancer Research Fund.
amfAR has awarded a new round of grants, totaled at $3.5 million dollars, for its Countdown to a Cure for AIDS Initiative. The grants support research focused on reducing or eliminating persistent viral reservoirs. AmfARs Countdown to a Cure Initiative was created to streamline amfARs efforts to "find" a scientific basis for a cure for HIV by the end of 2020. Overall, amfAR plans to invest $100 million in this effort and has thus far awarded $42 million in grants to support the research of more than 220 scientists in ten countries.. In this most recent round of grants, thirteen awards were given in two categories. Six research teams were awarded a total of $2.3 million under the amfAR Research Consortium on HIV Eradication (ARCHE) and six "innovation" grants were awarded for a total of $1.2 million.. Whereas scientific research is often competitive, partially due to a limited number of funding opportunities, amfAR, through its Research Consortium on HIV Eradication, promotes collaboration ...
T. Suda is supported by the National Medical Research Council (NMRC) grant of Singapore Translational Research Investigator (STaR) Award Investigator. A. Nakamura-Ishizu was supported in part by a fellowship from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, a Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (25-40030 and 26713035), a research grant from the SENSHIN medical research foundation, a research grant from the Takeda Foundation, and a grant from the Naito Foundation. K. Takubo was supported in part by a Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (A). T. Suda and K. Takubo were supported in part by a MEXT Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) and a MEXT Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas. K. Suzuki-Inoue was supported in part by the NEXT program (LS052). K. Takubo was supported in part by a MEXT Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (15H04861,26115005) and a Grant of the National Center for Global Health and ...
The Office of Academic Review and Curricular Advancement (OARCA) provides (a) guidance and support for CSB/SJU academic departments and programs undergoing disciplinary program review, (b) guidance and support for academic departments and programs while preparing for required annual academic reporting, (c) the administration of end-of-semester course evaluations of the faculty, (d) administration of a number of standardized, norm-referenced national examinations including the Collegiate Learning Assessment (CLA) instrument and disciplinary Major Field Tests (MFT), (e) guidance and support to academic departments and programs writing grant proposals and administering funded grants, (f) leadership and guidance to the institutions for accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and (g) administration of CSB/SJUs participation in some national research studies and programs.. ...
Universities, Science and Cities Minister Greg Clark has today (Thursday 26 February) announced members of the advisory group for his review of the Research Councils.. Professor Rick Rylance, Chair of Research Councils UK (RCUK), said: "We welcome the opportunity this review brings in not only highlighting how the Research Councils add value to the UK research and innovation system, but also how we can work as effectively and efficiently as possible to ensure the UK remains the best place in the world to do research, innovate and grow business. RCUK looks forward to contributing positively to the work of Sir Pauls review through both the Advisory and Reference Groups. We encourage our partners from business, academia and civil society to engage with this review to support the Governments long-term vision for science and innovation through this programme of work.". The Nurse Review will look at how the Research Councils support research in the most effective ways by drawing on a range of ...
Medical research into the causes of premature birth and the best forms of neonatal care funded by your donations and support of the Grace Research Fund.
Doing something every day, or on a regular basis, is how habits are formed. So instead of an unhealthy habit, we are challenging people to take steps towards getting more active this Advent. Get started this December Exercise specialist James Drabble has designed an exercise Advent calendar especially for World Cancer Research Fund. It is simple enough for almost anyone to do and is suitable for people who have a sedentary lifestyle.
Eventbrite - Aberdeen Grants Academy presents Health and Nutrition Workshop on the Global Challenge Research Fund - Friday, 25 August 2017 at Level 7 Conference Room, Aberdeen, Scotland. Find event and ticket information.
The Image and Data Analysis group of ScopeM is a part of ETH Zurich. We contribute our knowledge of biology and expertise in image processing, (exploratory-) data analysis, statistical modelling, and general data wrangling (incl. setting up and running databases). We use these skills to conduct and support research, for paper writing, grant applications, supervision of students and postdocs, teaching introductory courses in image analysis, setting up and running the internal ScopeM IT infrastructure (hardware and software), and generally being available for consultations in any of our areas of responsibility and know-how.
The National PRRS Initiative, coordinated through the Pork Checkoff, received a major boost this spring, as the US Department of Agricultures National Research Initiative committed $4.4 million to research in that area. Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) is considered the most economically significant disease in the pork industry today. The funding will be important to support research into the development and uses of a variety of methods to stimulate immunity for protection from the disease, said Eric Neumann, director of swine health information for the Pork Checkoff. It will be valuable to better understand the persistence of the virus in pigs; and to help develop the tools for producers and veterinarians to use to eliminate the virus from the herd. The grant has been awarded to the North Central 229 (NC-229) multi-state PRRS project, an 11-state cooperative project specifically focused on PRRS. The National Pork Board has been collaborating with the NC-229 project ...
KIBM grants awards for innovative research, especially research focused on ideas that bridge brain and mind organization levels, with the goal of stimulating testing hypotheses for which no standard funding stream is available. Preference is given to collaborative proposals, those representing several disciplines and/or laboratories and for projects that catalyze new collaborative research. Another goal of this program is to generate preliminary data leading to new grant funding from other agencies.. ...
Use the search tool to refine your results. You can also click on a heading to sort by project title, institution name, or year the grant was awarded. Click on the project title to read more information.. You can learn about ALSFs grant review process here.. ...
Use the search tool to refine your results. You can also click on a heading to sort by project title, institution name, or year the grant was awarded. Click on the project title to read more information.. You can learn about ALSFs grant review process here.. ...
The April 2018 issue of Canadian Family Physician is accompanied by our first ever special supplemental issue of the journal. This is the first of 2 special issues full of practical content that complements the 2018 Canadian consensus guidelines for the primary care of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), published in the April issue. The theme of this special issue is the primary care of younger adults with IDD. The second special issue, coming this fall, will focus on adults with IDD during later life phases.. Click here for digital version ...
The UK implemented the National Cancer Research Network after noting their cancer survival and cancer-trial recruitment rates were remarkably low compared to other developed nations86-88. The central features of this overhaul included increasing the number of clinical trial sites along geographic distributions, increasing clinical-trial staff, coordinating both research focuses and enrolment services nationally to increase synergy in the system, and increased funding to public research bodies86,88,89. And it worked. Cancer clinical trial participation increased five-fold88 to world-leading rates, clinical-trial recruitment target fulfillment nearly doubled88, and, most importantly, improvements in patient outcomes and access to trials and new drugs were noted90-92. Hospitals that conducted trials provided better care with lower mortality rates, likely due to more trained, up-to-date physician teams92. Increased economic benefits from industry was also observed, with industry-funded trial staff ...
The NCFMR supports research efforts designed to investigate the links between family and well-being at all stages of the life course (e.g., childhood, adolescence, young adulthood, middle adulthood, and older adulthood), rendering special attention to how the consequences of family behaviors persist across the various life stages. The NCFMR emphasizes both substantive and methodological complexities that need the attention of family scholars to formulate comprehensive, powerful policy prescriptions, including: complex families; methodological and data advances; subpopulation variation (socioeconomic status, race and ethnicity, nativity status, and residence); and links between academic research and policy. NCFMRs research program focuses on several broad research questions that we believe are central to moving the field forward and improving policy effectiveness. What is the relationship between family structure and well-being for children and adults? How do family processes and resources
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Jul 31, 2015 - The 2015 BRInj Undergraduate Summer Research Students are running to support research initiatives at BRInj. Their goal is to run 500 miles by Friday, September 4th and to raise $5,000. Your donation will help fund advances in science and medicine at BRInj. Join our students as they Run for Research! Read more » ...
Bioinformatics expertise: SRP Diabetes funds bioinformatics expertise in the team of Karin Dahlman-Wright with the intent to support research projects in the programme. This team is also connected to the core facility BEA:
Learn about our grants for research and community health both in the US and around the world - what type of grants we award and our selection process.
AACN continues to offer annually the AACN-Sigma Theta Tau Critical Care Grant and AACN-Philips Medical Systems Outcomes Grant, up to $10,000 each; AACN-Edwards Lifesciences Nurse-Driven Clinical Practice Outcomes Grant, up to $10,000; and AACN Physio-Control Clinical Practice Grant, up to $1,500. All research grant applications open Sept. 1 and should be submitted by Nov on the web. 1. Principal investigators must be current AACN associates. For more information, including award requirements and supporting documents, visit or contact Linda Bell, AACN clinical practice professional, at 394-5995, ext.Adegbola, Ph.D., F.R.C.Route., Doudou Diop, M.D., Varsha Parulekar, M.Sc., Julie Chaumont, M.Sc., Lionel Martellet, M.A., Fatoumata Diallo, M.D., Olubukola T. Idoko, M.D., Yuxiao Tang, Ph.D., Brian D. Plikaytis, M.Sc., Prasad S. Kulkarni, M.D., Elisa Marchetti, Ph.D., F. Marc LaForce, M.D., and Marie-Pierre Preziosi, M.D., Ph.D.: Immunogenicity and Security of a Meningococcal A Conjugate Vaccine in ...
International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Research (IJPPR) will give best paper award every year in the form of money along with certificate to support research activity of scholar ...
International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Research (IJPPR) will give best paper award every year in the form of money along with certificate to support research activity of scholar ...
International Journal of Research Methodology (IJRM) will give best paper award every year in the form of money along with certificate to support research activity of scholar ...
Spelsberg, T. C., Monroe, D. G., Oursler, M. J., Khosla, S., Melton, III, L. J. I., Spelsberg, T. C., Riggs, L. B., Melton, J. L., Mann, K., OFallon, W., Riggs, B. L., Melton, J., Ofallon, W. M., Melton, J., Amin, S., Melton, J. L., Mann, K., Riggs, L. B., OFallon, W., Ofallon, W. M., Melton, J., Lawrence Riggs, B., Melton, J. & Melton, III, L. J. I.. National Institutes of Health. 9/1/84 → 4/30/20. Project: Research project ...
The University of Canterbury is New Zealands most research-intensive university and has generated a record amount of external research funding, including receiving 10 percent of governments Marsden Fund which supports research that benefits society as a whole.. ...
The mission of the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases is to support research into the causes, treatment, and prevention of arthritis and musculoskeletal and skin diseases; the training of basic and clinical scientists to carry out this research; and the dissemination of information on research progress in these diseases. ...
The mission of the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases is to support research into the causes, treatment, and prevention of arthritis and musculoskeletal and skin diseases; the training of basic and clinical scientists to carry out this research; and the dissemination of information on research progress in these diseases. ...
Monsanto fully supports research by the public sector research community with commercial products and fully endorses comparisons with competitors commercial products.
The Division of Cancer Prevention (DCP) conducts and supports research to determine a persons risk of cancer and to find ways to reduce the risk. This knowledge is critical to making progress against cancer because risk varies over the lifespan as genetic and epigenetic changes can transform healthy tissue into invasive cancer.
How are we changing the prognosis for blood cancer patients? Click here to learn how the MPN Research Foundation makes their grant awards for MPN research.
Encephalitis is inflammation of the brain caused by infection or when a persons immune system goes wrong. Acquired brain injury, and in some cases death, are unfortunately outcomes of the condition.. As a result there are many reputable institutions dedicated to researching encephalitis and its consequences. The primary aims of such research are usually to minimise, and where possible, prevent deaths from the condition, as well as to reduce the unwanted outcomes resulting from the subsequent damage to the brain.. Research in recent years has led to the discovery of new causes; the invention of treatments that can reduce death and injury to the brain; diagnostic and management algorithms to aid diagnosing and treating clinicians; as well as improved understanding of the outcomes for patients and how best to manage them.. The Encephalitis Society supports research into encephalitis and often contributes to, and is involved in studies, led by leading academic and medical institutions. This means ...
MSNBC reports that California Proposition 71 has passed. "Proposition 71 authorizes the state to sell $3 billion in bonds and then dispense nearly $300 million a year for 10 years to researchers for human embryonic stem-cell experiments, including cloning projects intended solely for research purposes." The current US administration is strongly opposed to this research, and has shown itself willing to intervene in states where local law and federal policies are at odd - in matters relating to drugs and euthanasia, for example. In addition, the long term effects of this proposition, as with all government actions, are far from certain. The fight to support research into regenerative medicine is by no means over.. Link: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6384390/ ...
Telephone: 01326 371830. I am a geologist specialising in mineralogy, who has worked for the University of Exeter since 2005, and I also manage the Chemical, Imaging & Mineralogical Facility (CIMF). I predominantly carry out research and support research for both academics and students. Teaching and student supervision forms part of my role which includes students of all levels and training of academics/external clients when required. I am a point of contact for commercial clients that use the CIMF (CSM analytical facility) and I manage commercial activities.. My main expertise is the QEMSCAN®, an advanced automated scanning electron microscope that analyses inorganic samples such as rock and soil (Exeter University was the first university in the UK to obtain the technology in 2004). With over 10 years experience of QEMSCAN®, I have analysed and processed a wide range of samples including soils, mineral concentrates (oxides, sulphides), supergene ores, contaminated muds (incl. tailings), ...
Nutrition and cancer: study of molecular, proteomic and metabolomic aspects of experimental model of cachexia. Research Projects Thematic Grants. Maria Cristina Cintra Gomes Marcondes. Nutrition
Our Mission. To provide general and specialized care of the highest quality in a safe, humane and caring manner, with an emphasis on specialized and ultra-specialized care.. To develop and promote an environment for leadership and excellence in health sciences education. To encourage and support research in order to advance the knowledge of the prevention, cause and treatment of illness and health. To actively participate in and lead the development and evaluation of new technologies in order to enhance patient care. We also recognize that the talent and commitment of our staff contribute to our strength. We will continue to foster a work environment where each person is valued, respected and supported in professional endeavors and educational programs for personal and professional growth.. Based on a philosophy of providing "Care for All", the JGH respects the concerns of all religions, cultures and ethnic communities. Although the hospital is a non-sectarian institution, it maintains an ...
Immunotherapy biotech Centauri Therapeutics awarded up to £945,000 by Innovate UK to support research focused on antimicrobial resistance.
This proposal is in response to NIDCR PAR-09-182 Small Grants for Data Analysis, to support research that involves secondary data analyses using existing oral h...
The Division of Cancer Prevention (DCP) conducts and supports research to determine a persons risk of cancer and to find ways to reduce the risk. This knowledge is critical to making progress against cancer because risk varies over the lifespan as genetic and epigenetic changes can transform healthy tissue into invasive cancer.
The decision was taken today at the first meeting of the Joint Committee of East Kent Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG)s, representing NHS Ashford CCG, NHS Canterbury and Coastal CCG, NHS South Kent Coast CCG and NHS Thanet CCG.. These potential options for urgent, emergency and acute medical care and planned inpatient orthopaedic care will now be assessed further by NHS staff, patient and public representatives against evaluation criteria to reach a shortlist for public consultation.. The assessment to reach a shortlist will look at the options to see if they deliver improvements in patient care, are accessible for patients, can be staffed, are affordable within the funds available, deliverable within the timeframe needed and support research and education.. NHS commissioners and the NHS centrally (NHS England) will need to approve the shortlist before it goes out to public consultation, including a business case for funding the changes, because all the options require significant capital ...
The mission of the Collaborative Center for XPD is to support research and clinical activities that advance our understanding and ability to treat the disease.
Proteomics researchers at Utrecht University talk about the Dell solution thats helping them keep data safe, secure and accessible. Their mass spectrometers determine a peptide or protein every 100 milliseconds -- producing vast amounts of data to support research into cell behaviour and diseases such as cancer. With the Dell DX Object Storage Platform, they have enormously fast backup, lower power and cooling costs, and high-speed data transfer with Intel processor technology ...
Our mission is to limit the devastating impact of CMV for those currently affected and for future generations.. We offer advice and support to anyone affected by congenital CMV. We work with medical professionals, support research and raise awareness of the virus.. ...
COVID-19 - Message for grantholders. Heart Research UK understands that the current COVID-19 situation will impact our medical grants and we will support our grantholders as best we can. We will contact you soon to ask you to provide as much information as possible and keep us informed over the coming weeks about how this is likely to affect your project, so that we can assess the likely impact. Please be assured that we are prepared to support requests for no-cost grant extensions to cover any delays caused by the suspension of research caused by the COVID-19 situation. Requests for additional financial assistance to cover costed extensions will be considered on a case-by-case basis as the situation becomes clearer. Please email Helen Wilson [email protected] or call 0113 234 7474 if you have any questions or concerns.. ...
The concept and evolutionary development of a generic protocol to give a fit-for-purpose and/or proof of transformation for a common transition metal catalysed reaction is discussed. The case for such protocols as the basis for further development and optimisation of these challenging reactions is presented. The use of advanced statistical techniques (DoE/PCA) to ensure the efficient planning of experimental designs and the effective interpretation of experimental results is outlined. The benefits of a custom-designed laboratory to support research and development in the field of metal catalysis are also highlighted. This combined approach can provide significant benefit for similar transition metal catalysed reactions, and indeed many other reactions.. ...
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EHBEA can provide funding to support workshops and meetings to promote understanding of evolution and human behaviour, facilitate research collaborations, and further research. The deadlines each year for submitting a funding proposal are 1st August at 5pm (GMT). For more information and the forms required for application, see the Workshops page.. EHBEA also offers Student Research Grants. The aim is to provide student members of the Association with funds to conduct a specific research project that complements the academic aims of the Association. The deadlines each year for application are 1st August and 1st March, at 5pm (GMT). For more information and the forms required for application, see the Students Research Grants page.. ...
SmartTots announced Robert Block, PhD and Caleb Ing, MD as the recipients of its inaugural round of research grants today. The research grants are intended to support investigations into the existence of a clinical signal suggesting poor neurocognitive outcomes as the result of early exposure to anesthesia. Drs. Block and Ing will be conducting separate studies both centered around determining the effects of anesthetics on early brain development. Both recipients will receive $100,000 to fund th​. ...
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C. Inclusion of Children as Participants in Research Involving Human Subjects: It is the policy of NIH that children (i.e., individuals under the age of 21) must be included in all human subjects research, conducted or supported by the NIH, unless there are scientific or ethical reasons not to include them. This policy applies to all initial (Type 1) applications submitted. All investigators proposing research involving human subjects should read the NIH Policy and Guidelines on the Inclusion of Children as Participants in Research Involving Human Subjects that was published in the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts, March 6, 1998, and is available at the following URL address: http://grants.nih.gov/​grants/​guide/​notice-files/​not98-024.html. Investigators may obtain copies of these policies from the initiative staff listed under VII. Agency Contacts. Initiative staff may also provide additional relevant information concerning the policy. D. URLS in NIH Grant Applications or ...
Scott, SFA professor of trombone, will record and create a professional CD showcasing her talents in solo trombone performance. The project will help to establish her as one of the leading technical performers on trombone. It will be recorded professionally in the Dallas area. Accompanying Scott on this project will be Dr. Ron Petti, professor of collaborative piano and director of accompanying at SFA. One previously unrecorded piece in the trombone world and one that is noteworthy of recognition is Dr. Stephen Lias River Runner, which was composed for Scott. Lias is the professor of composition at SFA. The recording project should help bring notoriety to his composition, as well ...
Aberdeen CoI: "Realising Accountable Intelligent Systems (RAInS)", a joint project with Oxford and Cambridge funded by EPSRC ( £1.36M, PI: Prof Pete Edwards, EP/R033846/1-Aberdeen, EP/R033501/1-Cambridge, EP/R03379X/1-Oxford). Aberdeen value: £0.97M, January 2019-January 2022. Project Partners include IBM Research UK, UK Law Commission, and Transport Systems Catapult. Project URL ...
Addressing Neurological Dysfunction in Ataxia Telangiectasia: Investigation into Novel, Physiologic ATM Activation in Neurons and ATM-PP1 Signaling in Reorganization and Refinement of Post Synaptic Architecture (Post-doctoral Fellowship Award) ...
We are at an opportune time to step up efforts to prevent RSV infection in children and elderly populations. With more than 65 candidate vaccines in clinical development, it is likely that an RSV vaccine will be available in the next five to seven years. Moreover, a range of treatments for RSV are also being developed. Our findings will provide better evidence to understand how these interventions should be best introduced, not only in Europe but also the rest of the world.". ...
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Scientists have identified a variety of inherited risk factors for Alzheimers disease. These include having a parent with the disease and inheriting a variant form of the APOE gene called APOE-e4. APOE provides the genetic "blueprint" for the protein apolipoprotein E, which helps transport lipids (fats) into cells. APOE-e4, however, has been shown to promote the brain accumulation of beta-amyloid, a key suspect in Alzheimers.. Mehul A. Trivedi, Ph.D., and colleagues have been studying how these risk factors affect cognitive efficiency in middle-age. Cognitive efficiency involves the brains ability to process information quickly and accurately. The researchers have observed that middle-aged people with dementia risk factors tend to experience faster than normal declines in brain processing speed. These people also exhibit abnormalities of brain structure and function on imaging scans - factors that could affect cognitive efficiency and memory years before clinical symptoms of Alzheimers ...
Dominic Martin Walsh, Ph.D., and colleagues have proposed a series of studies with the goal of developing a reliable and sensitive test for Alzheimers disease using blood samples. In previous studies, researchers measured beta-amyloid in whole blood. However, beta-amyloid occurs in three different components of the blood, and there is evidence that measuring beta-amyloid in specific fractions of the blood, not whole blood, will yield more useful results. Therefore, Dr. Walsh and colleagues have developed novel biochemical methods for separating the three states of beta-amyloid in blood.. The researchers propose to measure each of these fractions of blood for beta-amyloid in groups of people with or without Alzheimers. They will also perform the same tests in blood samples collected at different times during disease onset and progression, in order to understand how blood levels change during disease progression. Because levels of tau in blood have not been studied in detail, Dr. Walshs team ...