Rapid Response Opportunities
Rapid response opportunities have an internal deadline under 60 days.
Deadline: November 15, 2019
The Nebraska Center for Nanomedicine, a Center for Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) is soliciting applications for vouchers to be used to access core facilities supported by the Center.
The goals of this voucher program are to encourage and support usage of the various imaging modalities and nanomaterial characterization methods by investigators for projects to help acquire preliminary data for external grant applications that would use the core facilities and to promote utilization of imaging methods in their research by users who are new to the technology.
Supported Core Facilities
- Bioimaging (small animal MRI)
- Ultrasound/Photoacoustic Imaging
- Intravital Microscopy
- Nanomaterial Characterization
Vouchers in amounts up to $5,000 per project will be made on a competitive basis. Funds must be billed by May 31st, 2020. These funds will not be allocated directly to the investigators’ laboratories but would instead be held in an account by the Core Facility to be expended as needed to subsidize usage fees for the Cores for the applicable projects.
Download the RFA for proposal requirements and eligibility.
Deadline for receipt of proposals: November 15, 2019. All applications must be submitted as pdf files via email to Tammy Slachetka (email). Earliest possible date vouchers would be available: December 1, 2019.
The Great Plains IDeA-CTR Network is pleased to announce an opportunity for pilot funding through an NIH/NIGMS grant. Successful applicants will receive up to $50,000 in direct costs for a one year project, as well as access to resources of the Great Plains IDeA-CTR to support their research efforts.
We are requesting a Letter of Intent (maximum of two pages) using the template provided on page 8 of the RFA. The LOI application process is outlined on page 3. Those invited to submit full proposals will be notified by September 27th, 2019. Solicited applications will be due November 15th, 2019. The requirements for invitees are also detailed in the RFA.
Please email your LOI and NIH biosketch as a single PDF document to the Great Plains IDeA-CTR Office at email@example.com. To learn more about the GP IDeA-CTR please visit our website. If you have any questions contact Heather Braddock or call 402.559.9870.
The Center for Neurosensory Systems, a Center for Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) is soliciting applications for vouchers to be used to access core facilities and stimulate new research directions. Applications can request up to $10,000 to fund projects in one of the core facilities supported by the COBRE. Faculty members from UNMC, Creighton University, or Boys Town National Research Hospital may apply.
Eligible Core Facilities:
Auditory Physiology (Creighton and Boys Town) Contact Dr. David He, firstname.lastname@example.org for ABR and DPOAE measurements on mice. Testing for Creighton researchers will be at Creighton, and testing for BTNRH and UNMC researchers will be at BTNRH.
The funds cannot be used to replace costs included in existing grants, and proposals must indicate how the results will be used to support new grant applications. Download the application form here. All applications must also be signed by the core director to indicate that the protocol has been reviewed.
Applications will be reviewed monthly in the order in which they are received. Funds must be billed by December 31st, 2019.
For additional information please contact:
Shelley D. Smith, Ph.D.
The Buffett Cancer Center is pleased to announce a new FPBCC bridge funding program intended to support the research of Cancer Center members who have received encouraging scores that fell below the funding threshold on recent cancer-focused grant applications. The purpose of this program is to support the efforts necessary to produce additional data for promising cancer research projects, in order to strengthen related proposal resubmissions to federal funding agencies.
The Buffett Cancer Center is primarily seeking to support proposals submitted after February 2017 that fit within the following criteria:
- New (A0) applications that received priority scores outside of the granting agency's current pay line; or
- Grants that have been submitted for competitive renewal and received a competitive but non-fundable score within two years from the expiration of the current award.
Eligibility for bridge funding extends to all Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center Members who are applying for or renewing individual investigator awards, multi-investigator awards, center grants, and program project grants from federal funding agencies and/or nationally peer-reviewed organizations. Funding priority will be given to those who submitted applications to the NCI, followed by those with cancer-focused proposals submitted to other NIH institutes or other federal agencies.
To be considered for this opportunity, please review the request for applications available at: https://unmc.edu/cancercenter/research/research-funding-opp.html. Applications must be prepared in accordance with the guidelines outlined in the RFA and submitted as a single, complete PDF to both Matt Winfrey (email@example.com) and Kelly Jordan (firstname.lastname@example.org). Proposals requesting bridge funding will be accepted on a rolling basis.Cancer Center leadership will review all submissions to identify promising candidates for bridge funding. It is the expectation of the Buffett Cancer Center that those competitive proposals selected for support will be able to move into the fundable scoring range during the following funding cycle.