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The Latest
Funding Opportunities
News

From the
Office of Sponsored Research

FIRST EDITION

JANUARY 2010

D
IRECTOR’s CORNER

It is with great delight that I introduce you to Teresa Miles, the Assistant
Director of Sponsored Research. Teresa comes to Sponsored Research with
many years of
university
research adminis
tration experience. As you get

to
know her, I am certain you wil
l find her
to be
knowledgeable, professional,
and
fun to be around.

This monthly electronic newsletter is an exciting opportunity for us to
provide an array of potential
funders’

right in your inbox! Teresa will be
managing it and is

eager

to craft it in
manner that is
user
-
friendly and
pertinent. If you have constructive suggestions for improvements, please pass
them along. We welcome your input.

Happy New Year!
~Janis

CONTENTS

Section 1
Science

and
E
ngineering

1

Section 2
College of Liberal Arts

4

Section 3
Neely School of Business

4

S
ection
4
College of Education

4

Section 5
College of Fine Arts

6

Section 6
College of Communication

7

Section 7
Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences

7

Section 8 Ranch Management

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SECTION 1
SCIENCE AND ENGINEER
ING

Notice Number:
NOT
-
OD
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10
-
017

Release Date: November 20, 2009


Purpose

The purpose of this notice is to announce that NIAID will be participating in RFA
-
OD
-
09
-
010.

Recovery
Act Limited Competition: Building Sustainable Community
-
Linked Infrastructure to Enable Health
Science Research (RC4) which can be found at,
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa
-
files/RFA
-
OD
-
09
-
010.html

Inquiries

Inquiries and discussion of plans for responding to
RFA
-
OD
-
09
-
010

as it relates to NIAID please
contact:

Michael Gilbreath, Ph.D.

gilbreathmj@niaid.nih.gov

(301) 451
-
2743

Contact information for Grants Management as it relates to NIAID:

Greg
ory P. Smith

Email:
gs225y@nih.gov

Phone: (301) 402
-
5540

Contacts for other ICs are available in the FOA for
RFA
-
OD
-
09
-
010
.


Engineering Education Programs


CONTACTS

See program guidelines for contact information.

SYNOPSIS

Engineering Education encourages the integration of engineering research and education to accelerate
technological and educational innovation and improve the quality and diversity of engineering
graduates entering the technical workforce. EEC encourages pa
rtnerships that infuse both research
and education with new knowledge from multiple disciplines, take advantage of new understanding of
how students learn, and focus on engineered systems. The objective is to graduate engineering
leaders with a global outl
ook and the ability to adapt to the rapidly evolving technical environment in
industry, academe, and society. It also supports the active involvement of K
-
12 teachers and
community college faculty in engineering research in order to bring knowledge of engi
neering and
technological innovation into their classrooms.

FUNDED AS PART OF THIS ACTIVITY


Broadening Participation Research Initiation Grants in Engineering

Full Proposal

D
eadline Date:

February 25, 2010


Facul t y Earl y Career Devel opment (CAREER) Program


Ful l Proposal

Deadl i ne Dat e:

Jul y 20, 2010
BIO, CISE, EHR,OCI; Ful l Proposal

Deadl i ne Dat e:

July 21, 2010 ENG; Full Proposal

Deadline
Date:

Jul y 22, 2010 GEO, MPS, SBE, OPP

Innovat i ons i n Engi neeri ng Educat i on, Curri cul um, and Infrast ruct ure

Ful l Proposal

Deadl i ne
Dat e:

January 20, 2010 Deadl i ne for Area 1 proj ect s; Ful l Proposal

Deadl i ne Dat e:

March 31, 2010
Deadl i ne for Area 2 and Area 3 proj ect s

Nanot echnol ogy Undergraduat e Educat i on (NUE) i n Engi neeri ng



Soci al, Behavi oral & Economi c Sci ences (SBE)

Appl y t o PD 04
-
1397 as fol l ows:

DUE DATES

Ful l Proposal

Accept ed Anyt i me

Due Dat e
Cl ari fi cat i on



Unsol i ci t ed CDA proposal s: accept ed any t i me.



Ot her Programs: deadl i nes accordi ng t o rel evant sol i ci t at i ons.

SYNOPSI S

The Cross
-
Di rect orat e Act i vi t i es (CDA) program encompasses a col l ect i on of SBE and Foundat i on
-
wi de act i vi t i es t hat provi de support for human resource devel opment and
i nfrast ruct ure

i mprovement i n
t he SBE sci ences.


The CDA program offi ce di rect l y admi ni st e
rs t he
SBE Mi nori t y Post doct oral
Research Fel l owshi ps and Fol l ow
-
up Research St art er Grant s(MPRF)

and t he SBE
Research
Experi ences for Undergraduat es (REU) Si t es

compet i t i ons.


In addi t i on t o t he t radi t i onal di sci pl i nary
areas, the SBE CDA Program is interested in receiving REU Site proposals and MPRF applications
that focus on

the following emerging a
nd/or multidisciplinary themes as they involve human behavior
and social and economic systems:


renewable energy, climate change, extreme weather events,

water
resources,

dynamics and quality, cyber
-
infrastructure, computer simulation and algorithms, virtu
al
organizations, cyber
-
enabled learning and discovery, complex adaptive systems,


learning theories,
computation and cognition, computational social science, etc.


The CDA Program Director also acts as
the SBE representative to a number of NSF
-
wide, cross
cutting programs such as
CAREER
,
GK
-
12
,
ADVANCE
, and
EPSCoR
.

The CDA Program may fund
unsolicited

proposals for

special studies, analyses, and workshops on
topics affecting social,


behavioral
, and economic sciences, particularly issues that span divisional
boundaries.


Interested persons should discuss their ideas with the program director prior to submitting
proposals
.


These proposals may be submitted any time.


Specialized Information for
Undergraduate Students

The following programs provide either direct (i.e., from NSF) or indirect (i.e., from an awardee
institution) funding for students at this level or identify programs that focus on educational
developments for this group such as curri
cula development, training or retention.

http://www.nsf.gov/funding/education.jsp?fund_type=1


Specialized Information for
Graduate Students

The following programs provide either direct (
i.e., from NSF) or indirect (i.e., from an awardee
institution) funding for students at this level or identify programs that focus on educational
developments for this group such as curricula development, training or retention.

http://www.nsf.gov/funding/education.jsp?fund_type=2

A.J. and Jessie Duncan Foundation

201 Main St., Ste. 801

Fort Worth, TX 76102
-
3121

Fields of Interest
:

Subjects:

Autism
; Children, adoption; Community
development, neighborhood
development; Housing/shelter, development; Human services; Protestant agencies & churches;
YM/YWCAs & YM/YWHAs; Youth development, services.


Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers

(ITEST)

Letter of
Intent

Deadline Date:

January 19, 2010 ITEST

Ful l Proposal

Deadl i ne Dat e:

February 12, 2010 ITEST

ht t p://www.nsf.gov/fundi ng/pgm_summ.j sp?pi ms_i d=5467&or g=EHR&f rom=hom
e

SYNOPSI S

The ITEST program responds t o current concerns and proj ect i ons about t he growi ng demand for
professi onal s and i nformat i on t echnol ogy workers i n t he U.S. and seeks sol ut i ons t o hel p ensure t he
breadt h and dept h of t he STEM workforce. ITEST
support s research st udi es t o address quest i ons
about how t o fi nd sol ut i ons.

It al so support s t he devel opment, i mpl ement at i on, t est i ng, and scal e
-
up of
i mpl ement at i on model s.

A l arge vari et y of possi bl e approaches t o i mprovi ng t he STEM workforce and
t o bui l
di ng st udent s’ capaci t y t o part i ci pat e i n i t may be i mpl ement ed and st udi ed. ITEST proj ect s may
i ncl ude st udent s or t eachers, ki ndergart en t hrough hi gh school age, and any area of t he STEM
workforce.


Proj ect s t hat expl ore cyber

l earni ng, speci fi cal l y l ear
ni ng wi t h cyber

i nfrast ruct ure t ool s
such as net worked comput i ng and communi cat i ons t echnol ogi es i n K
-
12 set t i ngs, are of speci al
i nt erest.

Thi s program i s i nt erest ed i n addressi ng such quest i ons as:


What does i t t ake t o effect i vel y i nt erest
and prepare s
t udent s t o part i ci pat e i n t he sci ence, t echnol ogy, engi neeri ng, and mat hemat i cs (STEM)
workforce of t he fut ure?


What are t he knowl edge, ski l l s, and di sposi t i ons t hat st udent s need i n order t o
part i ci pat e product i vel y i n t he changi ng STEM workforce and be
i nnovat ors, part i cul arl y i n STEM
-
rel at ed net worked comput i ng and i nformat i on and communi cat i on t echnol ogy (ICT) areas?


How do
t hey acqui re t hem?


How can t he Nat i on’ s burgeoni ng cyber

i nfrast ruct ure be harnessed as a t ool for
STEM l earni ng i n cl assrooms a
nd i nformal l earni ng envi ronment s? What wi l l ensure t hat t he nat i on has
t he capaci t y i t needs t o part i ci pat e i n t ransformat i ve, i nnovat i ve STEM advances?


How can we assess
and predi ct i ncl i nat i on t o part i ci pat e i n t he STEM fi el ds and how can we measure an
d st udy i mpact of
various models to encourage that participation?

SECTION 2
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL A
RTS

Publishing Historical Records



Deadline:

June 3, 2010.
Eligibility:

State, local and tribal
governments, nonprofit organizations, institutions of higher ed
ucation and individuals.
Fund uses:

To
support projects
that promotes

the preservation and use of the documentary heritage essential to
understanding America's democracy, history and culture.
Contact:

David Davis, 202
-
357
-
5022;
david.davis@nara.gov
.
More information:

http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do?oppId=50587&mode=VIEW
.


Professional Development Grants for Arc
hives and Historical Publishing



Deadline:

June 3,
2010.
Eligibility:

State, local and tribal governments, nonprofit organizations and institutions of higher
education.
Fund uses:

To improve the training and education of professionals in the archival and
historical publishing communities.
Contact:

David Davis, 202
-
357
-
5022;
david.davis@nara.gov
.
More
information:

http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do?oppId=50586&mode=VIEW
.


Publication Subventions



Deadline:

March 4, 2010.
Eligibility:

Nonprofit organizations and
institution of higher education.
Fund uses:

To publish volumes of NHPRC
-
sponsored or endorsed
hist
orical documentary editions.
Contact:

David Davis, 202
-
357
-
5022;
david.davis@nara.gov
.
More
information:

http://www07
.grants.gov/search/search.do?oppId=50590&mode=VIEW
.


Strategies and Tools for Archives and Historical Publishing Projects



Deadline:

June 3, 2010.
Eligibility:

State, local and tribal governments, nonprofit organizations and institutions of higher
educat
ion.
Fund uses:

To develop new strategies and tools that can improve the preservation, public
discovery or use of historical records.
Contact:

David Davis, 202
-
357
-
5022;
david.davis@nara.gov
.
More information:

http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do?oppId=50589&mode=VIEW
.


SECTION 3
NEELY SCHOOL OF BUSI
NESS

We are diligently working to connect you with funding opportun
ities. In the interim please contact
Teresa Miles at extension 4744 to schedule a meeting to discuss your research interests.

SECTION 4
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

NIDRR Research Fellowships Program
--

CFDA# 84.133F
-
1

Below
is an

excerpt from the "notice inviting applications" for
a
grant opportunity.

For more complete
information, please see the full notice inviting applications in the Federal Register
.
For application
packages and other information related to ED funding opportu
nities, please see:

http://www.ed.gov/fund/landing.j html
.

http://www.ed.gov/news/fedregister/announce/

National Institute on Disability and
Rehabilitation Research

(NIDRR)
--

Research Fellowships Program (Federal Register:

December 1, 2009 [CFDA# 84.133F
-
1])

Purpose of Program: The purpose of the Research Fellowships Program is to build research capacity
by providing support to enable highly q
ualified individuals, including those who are individuals with
disabilities, to conduct research on the rehabilitation of individuals with disabilities.

Applications Available: December 1, 2009.

Deadline for Transmittal of Applications: February 1, 2010.

E
ligible Applicants: Eligible individuals must have training and experience that indicate a potential for
engaging in scientific research related to the solution of rehabilitation problems of individuals with
disabilities.

The program provides two categori
es of Research Fellowships: Merit Fellowships and
Distinguished Fellowships.

(a) To be eligible for a Merit Fellowship, an individual must have either
advanced professional training or independent study experience in an area that is directly pertinent to
disability and rehabilitation.

In the most recent competitions for this program, Merit Fellowship
recipients had research experience at the doctoral level.

(b) To be eligible for a Distinguished
Fellowship, an individual must have seven or more years of
research experience in subject areas,
methods, or techniques relevant to rehabilitation research and must have a doctorate, other terminal
degree, or comparable academic qualifications.

Estimated Available Funds: The Administration has requested $110,741,0
00 for the NIDRR program
for FY 2010, of which we intend to use an estimated $505,000 for the Research Fellowships Program.

Estimated Number of Awards: Seven total, including both Merit Fellowships and Distinguished
Fellowships.

Additional information is a
vailable online at:

http://www.ed.gov/legislation/FedRegister/announcements/2009
-
4/120109a.html

Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers

(ITEST)

Letter of Intent

Deadline Date:

January 19, 2010 ITEST

Ful l Proposal

Deadl i ne Dat e:

February 12, 2010 ITEST

ht t p://www.nsf.gov/fundi ng/pgm_summ.j sp?pi ms_i d=5467&or g=E
HR&f rom=home


SYNOPSI S

The ITEST program responds t o current concerns and proj ect i ons about t he growi ng demand for
professi onal s and i nformat i on t echnol ogy workers i n t he U.S. and seeks sol ut i ons t o hel p ensure t he
breadt h and dept h of t he STEM workforce.
ITEST support s research st udi es t o address quest i ons
about how t o fi nd sol ut i ons.

It al so support s t he devel opment, i mpl ement at i on, t est i ng, and scal e
-
up of
i mpl ement at i on model s.

A l arge vari et y of possi bl e approaches t o i mprovi ng t he STEM workforce and
t
o bui l di ng st udent s’ capaci t y t o part i ci pat e i n i t may be i mpl ement ed and st udi ed. ITEST proj ect s may
i ncl ude st udent s or t eachers, ki ndergart en t hrough hi gh school age, and any area of t he STEM
workforce.


Proj ect s t hat expl ore cyber

l earni ng,
speci fi cal l y l earni ng wi t h cyber

i nfrast ruct ure t ool s
such as net worked comput i ng and communi cat i ons t echnol ogi es i n K
-
12 set t i ngs, are of speci al
i nt erest.

Thi s program i s i nt erest ed i n addressi ng such quest i ons as:


What does i t t ake t o effect i vel y i nt er
est
and prepare st udent s t o part i ci pat e i n t he sci ence, t echnol ogy, engi neeri ng, and mat hemat i cs (STEM)
workforce of t he fut ure?


What are t he knowl edge, ski l l s, and di sposi t i ons t hat st udent s need i n order t o
part i ci pat e product i vel y i n t he changi ng STEM
workforce and be i nnovat ors, part i cul arl y i n STEM
-
rel at ed net worked comput i ng and i nformat i on and communi cat i on t echnol ogy (ICT) areas?


How do
t hey acqui re t hem?


How can t he Nat i on’ s burgeoni ng cyber

i nfrast ruct ure be harnessed as a t ool for
STEM l earni n
g i n cl assrooms and i nformal l earni ng envi ronment s? What wi l l ensure t hat t he nat i on has
t he capaci t y i t needs t o part i ci pat e i n t ransformat i ve, i nnovat i ve STEM advances?


How can we assess
and predi ct i ncl i nat i on t o part i ci pat e i n t he STEM fi el ds and how
can we measure and st udy i mpact of
vari ous model s t o encourage t hat part i ci pat i on?


Fund for the I mprovement of Postsecondary Educati on (FI PSE)

Speci al Focus Compet i t i on: European Uni on
-
Uni t ed St at es At l ant i s

Program (Federal Regi st er: January 8, 2010
[ CFDA# 84.116J] )

Purpose of Program: The purpose of t he program i s t o provi de grant s t o el i gi bl e appl i cant s t o i mprove
post secondary educat i on.

Appl i cat i ons Avai l abl e: January 8, 2010.

Deadline for Transmittal of Applications: April 8, 2010.

Eligible Appli
cants: IHEs or combinations of IHEs and other public and private nonprofit institutions and
agencies.

Estimated Range of Awards: $35,000
-
$108,000 for the first year only.

Estimated Number of Awards: 25.

Additional information is available online at:

http://www.ed.gov/legislation/FedRegister/announcements/2010
-
1/010810b.html

SECTION 5 COLLEGE OF

FINE ARTS

BNSF Foundation

2650 Lou Menk Dr.

Fort Worth, TX 76131
-
2830

Tel
ephone: (817) 867
-
6458

Contact: Deanna Dugas, Mgr., Corp. Contribs.

Fax: (817) 352
-
7925

E
-
mail:
BNSFFoundation@bnsf.com

URL:
www.bnsffoundat
ion.org/index.html


Purpose and Activities
:

The foundation supports organizations involved with arts and culture, higher
education, the environment, health, substance abuse services, crime and violence prevention,
recreation, human services, diversity, community deployment, children and youth, mino
rities, women,
and economically disadvantaged people, and awards college scholarships to high school seniors,
college sophomores, and Native American.

Cultural:

The foundation supports programs designed to promote performing, visual, and fine arts;
museums
; and programs designed to offer opportunities for underserved children to experience cultural
learning events.


Tiffany & Co. Foundation

Deadline
: Rolling.

The giving arm of the upscale jewelry story, Tiffany & Co., is fully committed for 2009. The
Foundation
will be accepting new proposals for 2010 projects beginning Feb. 1, 2010. The foundation provides a
wide range of arts and culture grants to nonprofit organizations.

These include grants for crafts and arts education. The Tiffany & Co Foundation

supports educational
institutions that provide talented artisans with the necessary instruction to become highly skilled
professionals in their chosen field.

Established in 2000 as a philanthropic vehicle for Tiffany & Co., it also supports preservation a
nd
conservation efforts which safeguard the arts and traditional craftsmanship as well as environmental
conservation programs. To qualify for a grant, a prospective grantee must be a U.S.
-
based tax
-
exempt
organization. An initial letter of inquiry

submitte
d online

is recommended.

Insider's Tip
:
The Foundation now requires applicants to submit requests via a new online grant
application system. It will no longer accept paper applications.

Info:
www.tiff
anyandcofoundation.org

or 212/277 5900

SECTION 6
COLLEGE OF COMMUNICA
TION

We are diligently working to connect you with funding opportunities. In the interim please contact
Teresa Miles at extension 4744 to schedule a meeting to discuss your research
interests.

SECTION 7
HARRIS COLLEGE OF NU
RSING AND HEALTH
SCIENCES

Notice Number:
NOT
-
OD
-
10
-
017

Release Date: November 20, 2009


Purpose

The purpose of this notice is to announce that NIAID will be participating in RFA
-
OD
-
09
-
010.

Recovery
Act Limited Com
petition: Building Sustainable Community
-
Linked Infrastructure to Enable Health
Science Research (RC4) which can be found at,
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa
-
files/RFA
-
O
D
-
09
-
010.html

Inquiries and discussion of plans for responding to
RFA
-
OD
-
09
-
010

as it relates to NIAID please
contact:

Michael Gilbreath, Ph.D.

gilbreathmj@niaid.nih.gov

(301) 451
-
2743

Contact information for Grants Management as it relates to NIAID:

Gregory P. Smith

Email:
gs225y@nih.gov

Phone: (301) 402
-
55
40

Contacts for other ICs are available in the FOA for
RFA
-
OD
-
09
-
010
.


Nurse
-
Family Partnership Competitive Grant Program: RFP# 529
-
10
-
0070


SOURCE: Texas Health and Human Serv
ices Commission (HHSC)

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Letter of Intent: 1/25/10. Application: 2/8/10.

$ AVAILABLE: HHSC has approximately $1.4 million to fund a total of two grants.

ELIGIBILITY: Respondents that are public or private entities, including counties, m
unicipalities, or other
political subdivisions of the state that are currently an approved Nurse
-
Family Partnership
Implementing Agency by the NFPNSO may apply.

PURPOSE: The State of Texas, by and through the Texas Health and Human Services Commission
(HHS
C), seeks grant proposals from public or private entities, including counties, municipalities, or
other political subdivision of the state, that have been approved to implement the NFP Model by the
Nurse
-
Family Partnership National Service Office (NFPNSO)
to support the establishment and
operation of local Nurse
-
Family Partnership (NFP) programs to provide education and guidance to low
-
income, first
-
time mothers through visits by highly trained registered nurses.

CFDA: none

CONTACT: Dana Nichols, (512) 206
-
5276, e
-
mail:
dana.nichols@hhsc.state.tx.us
. For more
information see
http://www.hhsc.state.tx.us/contract/529100070/529100070.pdf



Cancer Immunotherapy Trials Network (U01): RFA
-
CA
-
10
-
007

SOURCE: National Cancer Institute (NCI)

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Letter of Intent: 1/19/10. Application: 2/19/10.

$ AVAILABLE: $1.6
million for one award.

ELIGIBILITY: Public/state/private controlled institutions of higher education and nonprofits with or
without 501(c)(3) IRS status (other than institutions of higher education).

PURPOSE: The purpose of this funding opportunity announ
cement is to stimulate the conduct of early
(Phase I and Phase II) clinical trials in the area of cancer immunotherapy by forming a Cancer
Immunotherapy Trials Network (CITN). The emphasis is on clinical trials of “high priority” agents that
were identifie
d at the 2007 NCI immunotherapy agent workshop and on clinical trials using
combinations of immunotherapy modalities and other agents.

CFDA: 93.395

CONTACT: William D. Merritt, (301) 496
-
8866, e
-
mail:
merrittw@
mail.nih.gov
. For more information
see
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa
-
files/RFA
-
CA
-
10
-
007.html


RESEARCH AND PREVENT
ION AWARDS INFORMATI
ON

Multi
-
Investigator Research Awards
:


This RFA solicits applications for integrated programs of collaborative and cross
-
disciplinary research
among multiple investigators for projects in critical areas of cancer research that cannot be effectively
addressed by an individual researcher or a gro
up of researchers within the same discipline. The
equivalent of program projects, centers, NCI SPOREs, shared instrumentation, core laboratories,
clinical trials, or other types of collaborative interaction is appropriate. The maximum performance
period is

5 years, with no set maximum award amount.

Recruitment of First
-
Time, Tenure
-
Track Faculty Members
:


This RFA seeks to support emerging investigators with the ability
to make outstanding contributions to
the field of cancer research, promote inquiry into new areas, foster collaboration, and stimulate growth
in the field. Institutions must apply for a specific candidate who, at the time of the application, must not
hold
an appointment at the rank of assistant professor or above (or equivalent) at an accredited
academic institution, research institution, industry, government agency, or private foundation. The
candidate may or may not reside in the State of Texas at the tim
e of the application.

Recruitment of Rising Stars
:


This RFA solicits applications to recruit outstanding investigators who are at a relatively early stage in
their car
eer to the State of Texas. Institutions must apply for a specific candidate who must hold an
appointment at the rank of assistant professor or above (or equivalent) at an accredited academic
institution, research institution, industry, government agency, o
r private foundation not primarily based
in Texas. The candidate must not reside in Texas at the time the application is submitted.

Recruitment of Established Investiga
tors
:


This RFA is designed to attract outstanding senior research faculty with established cancer research
programs to academic institutions in Texas. Institutions must apply for a specific candidate who will
likely hold an appointment at the rank of prof
essor (or equivalent) at an accredited academic institution,
research institution, industry, government agency, or private foundation not primarily based in Texas.
The candidate must not reside in Texas at the time the application is submitted.

RESEARCH A
WARDS
-

PRE
-
RFA ANNOUNCEMENTS

Research Training Awards (Pre
-
RFA)
:


This RFA is intended to (1) attract outstanding pre
-
doctoral (Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D.) and pos
tdoctoral
candidates committed to pursuing a career in basic or translational cancer research, (2) expand the
skills and expertise of candidates to promote the next generation of investigators and leaders in cancer
research, (3) position trainees for indep
endent research careers, and (4) support the development of
high
-
quality, innovative, and creative research. Awards will be considered for institutional programs, not
individual fellowships.

SECTION 8 RANCH MANA
GEMENT

We are diligently working to connect
you with funding opportunities. In the interim please contact
Teresa Miles at extension 4744 to schedule a meeting to discuss your research interests.