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Call for Applications from the Nebraska Center for Nanomedicine (NCN) for Imaging Related Pilot Project Grants
Submission deadline: July 15, 2015
Peer Review Date(s): August 30, 2015
Start Date(s): October 01, 2015
It is recognized that adding non-invasive imaging studies to characterize biodistribution and efficacy is difficult and expensive. This Request for Applications is designed to remove the steep initial barrier to investigating the ability of imaging methods to enhance studies developing nanoformulated drugs. This funding is available to support costs of imaging and image processing among current and potential future NCN CoBRE investigators and their collaborators.
Awards will be made for 1 year with funded amounts up to $10,000 per project.
The budget must not exceed $10,000 total.
The budget will cover time charges for instrument use. MRI scan costs are $160/hr and SPECT/CT time charges are $100/hr. Time charges includes the cost of a trained technologist for animal handling and scanning as well as aid and training for data processing and interpretation.
Please direct all questions to Michael Boska at firstname.lastname@example.org or 559-3138 or Tatiana Bronich at email@example.com or 559-9351. Applications must be submitted electronically to Chris Allmon (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than July 15, 2015.
Submission requirement: Nebraska Biobank Application
Submission receipt date: From now until 12/31/15.
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.