Funding from Foundations/Private Sources
JHU's Corporate and Foundation Relations maintains a Web site listing upcoming grant competitions that are sponsored by foundations and other private sources: http://jhuresearch.jhu.edu/OCFR.htm. They are in addition to the limited-submission RFPs periodically announced by the Research Projects Administration office. The opportunities are listed in order of deadline and links to each funder's application information are provided. Contact Joan Wisner-Carlson (email@example.com) with any questions.
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN)
is pleased to announce that it has received a research grant from Boehringer
Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. to support NCCN investigator initiated
clinical studies in the treatment of specific solid tumors. A Request
for Proposals (RFP) that clearly outlines the scope and process that
will be followed for the submission of proposals can be accessed online
by signing in as a member at http://www.nccn.org/clinical_trials/investigators/default.asp.
RESPONSE REQUESTED BY: Monday,
May 7, 2012
The selected candidate from Hopkins should be
a tenured professor or associate professor whose research focus is in
the studies of brain function in health and disease. NOTE: The
ideal candidate should have current major NIH or other peer-reviewed
funding or evidence of this type of support during the past three years.
Studies should be related to the areas of normal human brain development
or specifically identified disease states. This includes molecular and
clinical neuroscience as well as studies of neural, sensory, motor,
cognitive, behavioral and emotional functioning in health and disease.
The proposal should profile a new research project that has not yet
received funding from other sources. This grant should not be used for
"bridge funding." The Foundation anticipates the SIA program
will provide support of $300,000 in grant--maximum. Each award will
be limited to $150,000 (direct costs) for a two-year grant period from
the specified dates provided by the Foundation upon approval of the
proposal/application. More specific information about this award is
available at: http://thebrf.org/Grants/SIA+Program.
Each applicant will receive a confirmation
of receipt of their materials. If you do not receive an acknowledgement,
please contact Janet Palmer at (410) 516-3295 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The selected candidate's letter of intent must be submitted to the Brain
Research Foundation by 4 p.m. CST on Monday, July 2, 2012.
Also attached is a flyer that can be downloaded and posted in a convenient
location in your department. If you have any questions, please contact
Mike Alexander (email@example.com
INTERNAL SUBMISSION DEADLINE:
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Interested applicants should submit their
materials no later than 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8, 2012. Selected
candidates will be notified as soon as possible after the nomination
process is complete. Final applications must be received by the William
T. Grant Foundation by Tuesday, July 3, 2012. Also attached is a flyer
that can be downloaded and posted in a convenient location in your department.
If you have any questions, please contact Mike Alexander (firstname.lastname@example.org;
RESPONSE REQUESTED BY: Friday, May 11, 2012
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has recently announced an amendment to the IGERT solicitation (NSF 11-533). This solicitation amendment is an opportunity for researchers to apply for a new track in the NSF's IGERT program as an instrument to address the training and education needs in computational and data enabled science and engineering (CDS&E) and cyberinfrastructure research.
The IGERT program was developed to meet the challenges
of educating U.S. Ph.D. scientists and engineers with interdisciplinary
backgrounds, knowledge in selected disciplines, as well as technical,
professional, and personal skills. This program establishes new models
for graduate education and training in a productive setting for collaborative
research that exceeds the traditional disciplinary boundaries. It enables
diversity in student participation and contributions to "a world-class,
broadly inclusive, and globally engaged science and engineering workforce."
The goal of this IGERT solicitation is to support new models in graduate
education in which students are engaged in an environment that supports
innovative learning through "hands-on experience" and how
their own research may benefit society. In addition, students will have
the opportunity to learn processes for the successful implementation
of their contributions. The anticipated funding amount is $6,000,000
(Up to $3.3M per award during five years-contingent upon availability
of funds). More specific information about this solicitation amendment
is available at: http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2012/
Johns Hopkins can submit one proposal for this
program. Interested candidates should send a brief project summary (1-2
pages) with a budget summary, the CV of the principal investigator,
the names of all co-investigators and a completed JHU Submission Cover
Sheet (contact email@example.com
for a copy) to firstname.lastname@example.org no
later than Friday, May 11, 2012 for an internal review. The selected
PI will need to submit a Letter of Intent to NSF by June 4, 2012. The
full project proposal must be submitted to NSF by August 6, 2012.
Translational Research Partnership Award
- preapplication due May 30, 2012
All applications must conform to the Program
Announcements and application instructions available for electronic
downloading from the Grants.gov website. The application package containing
the required forms for each award mechanism will also be found on Grants.gov.
A listing of all USAMRMC funding opportunities can be obtained on the
Grants.gov website by performing a basic search using CFDA Number 12.420.
Applications are being requested for a one- or two-year grant for basic or clinical research. The grant program is designed to provide financial support for investigators studying any or all disciplines involved in Marfan syndrome and related disorders.
Special areas of interest include basic research, translational studies and clinical studies in cardiovascular, genetic, orthopedic and ophthalmologic issues utilizing synergistic collaborations, integration of novel theories from non-traditional researchers into established paradigms, novel animal model systems; innovation and the distillation of knowledge into practical new therapies. Proposals from junior investigators, new investigators and international investigators are also welcomed. Strict adherence to guidelines is required.
For further details, visit the NMF website
http://www.marfan.org/marfan/2293/Research-Grants. Proposals should
be submitted via the NMF website at www.marfan.org
under Health and Scientific Professionals, Research Grant.
NOTE: This foundation does not fund overhead.
Each applicant should expect to receive a confirmation
of receipt of his/her materials within 48 hours. If you do not receive
such an acknowledgement, please contact me directly at: (410) 502-2132
or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Selected candidates will be notified as soon as possible. Completed
applications must be received by the Mallinckrodt Foundation via e-mail
no later than August 1, 2012.