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Announcements COVID-19 Opportunities Find Funding Foundation Funding Opportunities

Deadline: September 8, 2020

Brief Description: A project prosal with any community/ambulatory-pharmacy based practice innovation is acceptable, but preference will be given to projects with a focus in the following areas: Behavioral Health, Diabetes/ Cardiovascular Care, Pain Management, Patient Care Workflow, Pharmacist-Patient Communication, Pharmacogenomics, COVID-19 Prevention/Treatment/Testing.

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Announcements COVID-19 Opportunities Find Funding

Deadline: LOI September 29, 2020, Application January 12, 2020

Brief Description: This PCORI funding announcement invites applications for high-quality comparative effectiveness research (CER) projects that will examine a critical patient-centered research question that is also relevant to decision makers and other stakeholders.

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Announcements COVID-19 Opportunities Find Funding

Deadline: Rolling submission

Brief Description: Google will be funding COVID-19 related research projects for potential treatments, techniques and datasets, and working with the Harvard Global Health Institute to prioritize grant recipients based on the project impact on public health.

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Announcements COVID-19 Opportunities Find Funding

Deadline: August 31, 2020

Brief Description: The Just Tech program invites proposals for Rapid-Response Grants from researchers—based at both academic and nonacademic institutions—who hold a PhD in any social science discipline or related interdisciplinary field. The grants offer up to six months of support toward research-related expenses. These include, but are not limited to, access to datasets, archives, and relevant publications; costs related to conducting online research of various kinds; and research assistance.

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Announcements COVID-19 Opportunities Find Funding

Deadline: Varies by Program

Brief Description: A collection of notices and opportunities from NIH regarding COVID-19 research.

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Announcements Compliance, Integrity & Safety

NIH’s Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (OLAW) has notified institutions that the new 2020 AVMA Guidelines on Euthanasia of Animals are to be implemented October 1, 2020. After October 1, 2020, grant applications and contract proposals must be consistent with the AVMA 2020 Guidelines.

The main change that will affect the most researchers is the method of CO2 exposure for rodents. The new required CO2 displacement rate is 30-70% of the chamber volume/minute.

Note that the UGA IACUC Policy on Rodent Euthanasia Using Carbon Dioxide has already been updated to reflect the new requirements.

Instructions posted at CO2 euthanasia stations should no longer reflect the old flow rate range, and must reflect the new required flow rate range.

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Announcements Awards & Honors

The National Academy of Sciences is now accepting nominations online for the awards listed below. NAS membership is not required to nominate candidates or to be considered for an award. Please help spread the word that the nomination process is underway! More information, including nomination instructions, eligibility requirements, and more can be found here.

Deadline: October 5, 2020.

Arctowski Medal (solar physics)
Gilbert Morgan Smith Medal (marine or freshwater algae)
Henry Draper Medal (astronomical physics)
J. Lawrence Smith Medal (investigations of meteoric bodies)
James Prize in Science and Technology Integration
Michael and Sheila Held Prize (computer science, specifically combinatorial/discrete optimization)
NAS Award for Chemistry in Service to Society
NAS Award for Scientific Discovery (2021 fields: astronomy, materials science, or physics)
NAS Award in Chemical Sciences
NAS Award in Molecular Biology (young investigator)
NAS Award in the Evolution of Earth and Life- Mary Clark Thompson Medal (geology and paleontology)
NAS Prize in Food and Agriculture Sciences
NAS Public Welfare Medal
Pradel Research Award (neuroscience; mid-career neuroscientists)
Richard Lounsbery Award (biology and medicine)
Selman A. Waksman Award in Microbiology
Troland Research Awards (psychology; early-career researchers)
William and Katherine Estes Award (behavioral research relevant to prevention of nuclear war)

Questions? Contact awards@nas.edu.

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Announcements Find Funding Large Grant Opportunities

FON: N00014-20-S-F006

Agency: DOD

Link: https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=328010

Amount: $3,000,000

Due date: Aug 28, 2020

Brief Description: This FOA seeks distinguished researchers for the purpose of conducting innovative basic research in areas of interest to the DoD and fostering long-term relationships between the VBFF Fellows and the DoD. As defined by the DoD, basic research is “systematic study directed toward greater knowledge or understanding of the fundamental aspects of phenomena and of observable facts without specific applications towards processes or products in mind. It includes all scientific study and experimentation directed toward increasing fundamental knowledge and understanding in those fields of the physical, engineering, environmental, and life sciences related to long-term national security needs.

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Announcements Find Funding Large Grant Opportunities

FON: RFA-CA-20-037

Agency: NIH

Link: https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-CA-20-037.html

Amount: $2,500,000

Due date: Sept 24, 2020

Brief Description: This FOA supports the development and evaluation of tobacco cessation interventions tailored to HIV-positive populations, including those with comorbidities such as tuberculosis (TB), in low-resource settings in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). In particular, this FOA aims to bring together transdisciplinary teams of investigators to adapt interventions developed and tested in other challenging settings or low-resource populations and to test their robustness among persons living with HIV (PLWH) in LMICs.

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Announcements Find Funding Large Grant Opportunities Limited Submissions

Summary

This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) invites a single cooperative agreement application to continue the mission of the existing Human Pancreas Analysis Program (HPAP). This FOA will support one team of investigators with combined expertise in human pancreas physiology and pathophysiology; collection, processing and multimodal analysis of human pancreatic tissues; and biological database building, curation and management, that will be tasked to: 1) identify, collect and intensively characterize primary pancreatic tissues from patients with type 1 diabetes (T1D) or at risk of developing the disease, as well as age-matched controls; and 2) analyze, organize and share the data resulting from the study of these tissues through the existing PANC DB open-access resource database. HPAP is a component of the Human Islet Research Network or HIRN. HIRN was created in 2014 to support innovative and collaborative translational research to understand how human beta cells are lost in T1D, and to find innovative strategies to protect and replace functional human beta cell mass.

Please read the full program announcement before preparing your internal application.

Award Amount

  • The application budget is limited to $4.5 million in direct costs per year [excluding subcontract Facilities and Administrative (F&A)costs].
  • The maximum project period is 4 years.
  • NIDDK intends to commit $7 million in FY 2020 to fund 1 award.

Eligibility

  • Any individual(s) with the skills, knowledge, and resources necessary to carry out the proposed research as the Program Director(s)/Principal Investigator(s) (PD(s)/PI(s)) is invited to work with his/her organization to develop an application for support. Individuals from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups as well as individuals with disabilities are always encouraged to apply for NIH support.

Selection Criteria

  • Detailed selection criteria can be found here.

Limitation Details

An Institution may submit one proposal.

If you are interested in submitting for this program, you must first submit an internal application to limsub@uga.edu according to the required instructions below.

Internal Applications must include the following:

  • A cover page listing
    • The name of this funding opportunity and title of your proposal
    • Your name, UGA position, home department, email, and UGA contact information
    • Collaborator names, positions, and institutions (if any)
    • Indicate whether or not you have submitted to this program in the past. If so, please provide a copy of the review at the end of the internal application.
  • A (maximum two-page) proposal summary that addresses the program’s specific selection criteria.
  • One paragraph describing why this proposal should be UGA’s submission (i.e., why it will be the most competitive for this program)
  • Curriculum vitae

Internal Selection

Limited Submission announcements often generate multiple competing proposals.  UGA reviewers judge proposals as they would in any peer review process, so PIs are urged to put their best foot forward.  Along with typical criteria, reviewers will evaluate internal proposals based on their fit with the sponsor’s articulated goals and criteria.

Internal Submission Instructions

The above internal application materials should be submitted via email as a single .PDF file to limsub@uga.edu by the internal deadline listed above.

Questions?

Please submit questions regarding the internal competition to limsub@uga.edu.

For questions directly related to this program, please contact the following program officers:

Xujing Wang
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK)
Telephone: 301-451-2862
Email: xujing.wang@nih.gov

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