ITEMS OF INTEREST TO THE IMAGING RESEARCH COMMUNITY:
- NEUROIMAGING ANALYSES AS CORRELATES OF HIV/CNS DISEASE (RFA: MH-99-012)
Letter of Intent Receipt Date: May 10, 1999; Application Receipt Date: June 10, 1999
The NIMH and the NINDS are soliciting applications for research that will make use of neuroimaging techniques to monitor structural, functional, and metabolic correlates of human immunodeficiency virus/central nervous system (HIV/CNS) disease.
- BAA FOR NOVEL TECHNOLOGIES FOR NONINVASIVE DETECTION, DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF CANCER - NIH SOL N01-CM-97065-32 National Cancer Institute
Applications Receipt Date: April 15, 1999 (revised date)
The NCI is specifically soliciting projects to develop technology systems or systems components that will enable the sensing of defined signatures of different cancerous and precancerous cell types or their associated microenvironment in the body in a way that is highly sensitive and specific, yet non-intrusive.
- MOUSE BRAIN ATLAS FOR FUNCTIONAL GENOMICS (PAS-99-060)
Letter of Intent Receipt Date: April 19, 1999; Application Receipt Date: May 19, 1999
The Brain Molecular Anatomy Project (BMAP) is a multi-institute initiative that supports research on the genomics of the nervous system, with initial efforts focussing on the discovery of new genes and the study of gene expression patterns in mouse and human brains.
- CORE GRANTS FOR ENHANCING NEUROSCIENCE TRANSLATION (PAR-99-061)
This Program Announcement (PA) supersedes PAR-98-055, "Core Grants for Enhancing Neuroscience Translation" (CoGENTs), and will govern all new applications for CoGENT awards beginning with the June 1, 1999 application receipt date. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) invites applications for Core Grants for Enhancing Neuroscience Translation (CoGENTs).
- ACADEMIC RESEARCH ENHANCEMENT AWARD (AREA) (PA-99-062)
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is continuing to make a special effort to stimulate research in educational institutions that provide baccalaureate training for a significant number of the Nation's research scientists but that have not been major recipients of NIH support.
Other Government Agencies
- BREAST CANCER RESEARCH PROGRAM - DOD
Application Receipt Dates: April 7, June 2, and July 28 for various awards The Fiscal Year (FY) 1999 Defense Appropriations Act provides funds to continue the Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Program (BCRP) administered by the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command. Approximately $110 million will be available to fund breast cancer research. The programmatic strategy for the FY99 BCRP is to fund proposals in two categories: Research Awards and Training/Recruitment Awards. Research Awards include Idea Awards and two types of Clinical Translational Research (CTR) Awards.
- SBIR PROGRAM PHASE I SOLICITATION AND PHASE II INSTRUCTIONS - NSF
SBIR/STTR 1999 - Phase I Program Solicitation & Phase II Instructions
NSF 99-57 (Replaces NSF 98-54 and 98-153) Electronic Dissemination Only
The National Science Foundation (NSF) funds research and education in most fields of science and engineering.
- AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
Research Professorships, Clinical Research Professorships
The American Cancer Society invites interested candidates to submit proposals for Clinical Research Professorships and Research Professorships. These prestigious awards are intended to provide flexible research support for outstanding, mid-career investigators who are making watershed contributions in cancer research and are considered exceptional leaders in their areas of research.
Clinical Research Training Grant for Junior Faculty - to provide the resources for junior faculty members to achieve the mentored research training and experience required for successful careers as independent clinical researchers.
Postdoctoral Fellowship - supports the training of researchers who have just received their doctorate.
URL : http://www.cancer.org/bottomresearchprogress.html
- FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM - CANCER RESEARCH INSTITUTE
DEADLINE: April 1; October 1
The goal of the fellowship program is to support talented postdoctoral researchers at leading universities and research centers who wish to receive training in cancer immunology or general immunology.
- RESEARCH PROGRAMS - SUSAN G. KOMEN BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION
DEADLINE: April 1, 1999
To support basic, clinical and translational breast cancer research, breast cancer screening and treatment as well as breast health education.
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