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.
NIH launched the UNITE initiative in March of 2021 to address structural racism in the biomedical research enterprise.
Through this initiative, NIH is holding a series of listening sessions to learn from external stakeholders about the full range of issues and challenges in advancing racial and ethnic equity in the biomedical research enterprise. Some of these issues include:
The insights shared during these listening sessions will help to identify priorities for UNITE and inform the development of an NIH action plan.
Please register today and use the schedule of listening sessions below to find a session that best aligns with your affiliation.
For additional questions please email UNITEInitiative@od.nih.go
The purpose of this grant program is to support the development of exceptional research projects that will help lead to the conquest of cancer and will further the objectives of the CU Cancer Center.
Studies in all areas of cancer research - laboratory, clinical, prevention and control, and psychosocial cancer research - will be considered for funding.
ACS IRG Grants aim to entice young faculty to pursue cancer-related research problems and are reserved for applicants who are in their first few years as junior faculty members (instructors and assistant professors) and who are in the process of establishing independent cancer research programs.
Questions regarding the ACS-IRG seed grants and application should be directed to Paige Diller.
All applications should be submitted here. Paper applications will not be accepted or reviewed.
Each award is for 1 year in the amount of $30,000.
Application Due Date: Monday, January 31, 2022
Applications are being accepted for the 2022 Boettcher Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards program to support research that has a direct impact on human health.
The MAP ERC awards support projects that address traditional occupational safety and health topics such as ergonomics, safety, industrial hygiene, toxicology, among others. The Total Worker Health awards support projects that address both protection from work-related safety and health hazards and promotion of injury and illness prevention.
The grants are designed to help early-career investigators jump-start their careers and allow for more established researchers from other disciplines to enter the field.
Applications for the current funding cycle are due March 31, 2022.
Both two-year research training programs are designed for early career investigators looking to obtain training and mentorship in clinical-outcomes research and each program requires sponsorship from the participating scholar’s department/division.
The programs are similar in their structure, training and mentoring processes.
A primary difference between the programs is where scholars tend to be in their research careers. SCORE fellows tend to be those who need additional analytic support, research training and/or preliminary work prior to submitting their first major grant. CFSP scholars are typically those who already have advanced research training (e.g. have a master’s or PhD degree) and are ready to write a career development award or similar grant.
Wednesday, January 19, 4 – 6 pm: Dhiren R. Thakker, PhD will talk about his transition from academia to global entrepreneur, and his vision to improve access to affordable and good quality medicine for patients in underserved countries. Register here for zoom information
Wednesday, January 26, 4 – 6 pm: Cathy Bodine, PhD, CCC-SLP will host a conversation on customer discovery. Register here for zoom information.
This bulletin is distributed on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month for the CU Anschutz Research Community.