Extramural Funding Opportunities
UT Southwestern Medical Center – Center for Translational Medicine
The UT Southwestern Center for Translational Medicine (CTM) is pleased to make available Service Package Grants for various resources from its Translational Pilot Program and throughout the UT Southwestern campus. This program is funded by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), CTSA grant number UL1TR001105. For information on the Service Package grants refer to the Request for Proposal.
The goal of the Translational Pilot Program is to promote and support the development and testing of new research ideas and novel translational ideas of young investigators. The Program will encourage interdisciplinary collaboration and assess the feasibility of new approaches to translational research that will lead to extramural funding.
Trainees and junior faculty at UT Southwestern and investigators at the UNT Health Science Center will have access to funds as they take their first steps in the design and execution of clinical and translational studies.
For more information, contact Sarah Christian – Phone: 214-648-0328
UT Southwestern Clinical Scholars Program
The Center for Translational Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center (UTSW) invites competitive applications from UNT Health Science Center for participation in the two-year Clinical Scholars Program. The Program is designed to provide intense research training and career development opportunities in a multidisciplinary setting that culminate in the submission of an extramural career development grant application.
Candidates with research or health professional doctoral degrees and a strong commitment to clinical and/or translational research are eligible and encouraged to apply. These include junior faculty and clinical research fellows who have protected time for research. Deliverables include a completed research project, publishable manuscript, and extramural grant application such as an NIH K award. Scholars will acquire competence in critical thinking, team science, leadership, biomedical statistics, and informatics.
Applications are due December 1, 2017. A link to the 2018 program RFA can be found here.
National Institute of Health (NIH) announces a new funding opportunity:
Research Using Biosamples and Subjects from Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Studies – Complications (DP3)
Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) Number: RFA-DK-15-019 Purpose: This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) invites applications for studies on the complications of type 1 diabetes using subjects and/or samples from clinical studies on type 1 diabetes.
For key dates and more detailed application information, please visit the original opportunity posting here: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-DK-15-019.html
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