Rapid Response Opportunities
Rapid response opportunities have an internal deadline under 60 days.
- Internal Deadline: January 22, 2015
- Amount: $5,000 - $15,000 for equipment
- 2015 Request for Proposals released January 15, 2015
The Banker's grant program is intended to support equipment for research or research education activities that will impact a large number of individuals. Proposals that have the potential to leverage existing resources for the greatest impact will be given priority. Past Award Recipients
Applications are due to the Vice Chancellor for Research Office by midnight, January 22, 2015, addressed to Deborah Hawkins.
Description: The Chronic HIV and Aging In NeuroAIDS Grant (P30 MH062261) Developmental Core provides grant funding in support of new investigators and investigators proposing new ideas in HIV/AIDS research related to aging.
Applications are now being accepted from junior investigators who hold a faculty appointment and from established investigators in other fields applying their expertise to HIV/AIDS. All applicants must have faculty-level appointments at a CHAIN Center member institution (University of Nebraska Medical Center; University of Nebraska, Lincoln; University of California, San Diego; or The Scripps Research Institute).
Funding: Developmental grants range from $30,000 - $90,000
Application deadline: Friday, February 27, 2015 (4 p.m. Central Time)
For complete details and application forms, visit the CHAIN RFA web site.
Submission requirement: Nebraska Biobank Application
Submission receipt date: From now until 12/31/14.
Background: The Nebraska Biobank is a new University of Nebraska resource funded, in part, by the Nebraska Research Initiative and developed by University of Nebraska Medical Center with The Nebraska Medical Center. The biobank samples are de-identified (and thus IRB approval is not required for their use) but linked to data abstracted to health data including age, sex, race/ethnicity, smoking status, estimated geographic location, medications, diagnoses, and laboratory data. DNA and serum is available from samples that were kept at 4oC for 48 hours prior to storage at -80oC.