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August 15, 2023, Research Bulletin

Volume 4, Issue 13

Limited Funding Opportunities

To submit a proposal for these opportunities: Interested candidates must send a one-page summary of their research proposal and their biosketch in pdf format via the Limited Submission Portal

National Science Foundation | Predictive Intelligence for Pandemic Prevention Phase II (PIPP Phase II Centers Program)

  • Internal Applications Due: August 18, 2023  
  • Sponsor LOI Due: August 25, 2023
  • For more information, contact Jamie Kutner 

National Science Foundation (NSF) Major Research Instrument (MRI) Program

  • Internal applications due: August 21, 2023
  • Sponsor application window: October 16-November 15, 2023

The Warren Alpert Foundation | Distinguished Scholar Fellowship Award

  • Internal applications due: September 7, 2023
  • Sponsor application due: November 1, 2023

Featured Funding Opportunities




Notices of Intent to Publish

NIH Funding Announcements

NIH funding opportunities and notices are presented weekly. Please see the current and past updates below.

Special Announcements

Develop a novel therapeutic, medical device, or diagnostic with a $200,000 SPARK|REACH award

What's Included: SPARK Awards bridge the gap between academic discovery and the clinic through product development-based funding and hands-on advising from industry experts.

  • Mentorship: 1:1 project management support and a customized program that adapts to the needs of each project
  • Industry Network: Access to industry and subject matter experts experienced in commercialization, pharmaceutical and medtech product development, and regulatory, reimbursement and go-to-market strategy
  • Education & Resources: Access to the SPARK Bootcamp, designed specifically to support you in the preparation of the full application

Important Dates:

  • June 19: Applications open
  • August 2: Letters of intent due
  • August 23: Start of bootcamp
  • September 27: Full applications due

Develop a digital health technology with a $75,000 digiSPARK award

digiSPARK is awarding 2-3 grants to PIs developing digital health solutions addressing unmet clinical and administrative needs. Areas of digital health solutions include artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, software, healthcare IT, and more.

Funding for digiSPARK is provided by the Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade’s (COEDIT) Advanced Industries Accelerator (AIA) program. Applicants awarded grants are required to match 1/3 of the grant award with funding from industry partners, startups or the PI’s department.

Important Dates:

  • August 21: Applications open
  • September 27: Applications due

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