ITEMS OF INTEREST TO THE IMAGING RESEARCH COMMUNITY:
- DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING AND GUIDED THERAPY IN PROSTATE CANCER (PHASED INNOVATION AWARD) (RFA CA-99-015)
National Cancer Institute and National Institute on Aging Letter of Intent Receipt Date: October 20, 1999;
Application Receipt Date: November 17, 1999
The NCI and the NIA invite applications on the development, risk assessment, and application of improved imaging methods for the localization, biopsy and image guided biopsy or therapy of prostate cancer. Relevant investigations could include technology development, in vitro laboratory work, pre-clinical animal studies, or early feasibility testing in humans depending on the maturity of the methods proposed, or evaluation of the effects of age-associated changes and co-morbid conditions as they affect imaging diagnosis and treatment techniques.
- DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING AND GUIDED THERAPY IN PROSTATE CANCER: SBIR/STTR INITIATIVE (PAR-99-149)
National Cancer Institute and National Institute on Aging
Letter of Intent Receipt Date: October 20, 1999;
Application Receipt Date: November 17, 1999
Companion announcement to the above for small business community.
- NSF Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), 1999
- RESEARCH DISSERTATION GRANTS - AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION
SPONSOR: AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION
PURPOSE: To assure that talented investigators continue to pursue lung- > related research.
DEADLINE: October 1, 1999; November 1, 1999
SUMMARY: ALA funds a comprehensive Research Grants and Awards Program. The ALA Research Program provides "seed" support to help buildexperience, skills and reputation for the research awardees. Minority candidates are encouraged to apply. Applicants with an interest in tobacco control research are encouraged to apply.
Lung Health Research Dissertation Grants
This grant provides support for doctoral students in the fields of science related to the social, behavioral, epidemiologic, psychological and educational aspects of lung health as well as nurses pursuing a doctoral degree. Applicants must be matriculating in a full-time doctoral program with an academic career focus. Individuals with an MD seeking a PhD are not eligible.
Awards are up to $21,000 per year (maximum of $16,000 for stipend and $5,000 for research support) and may be renewed for a total of threeyears depending on the availability of funds. A grantee must be a United States citizen, a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of the
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- FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM - CANCER RESEARCH INSTITUTE
SPONSOR: Cancer Research Institute
PURPOSE: 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.
DEADLINE: October 1
SUMMARY: Established in 1971, 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. Fellowship candidates are evaluated by a panel of 15 scientists drawn from our distinguished Scientific Advisory Council, a group which includes five Nobel Prize winners and 17 members of the National Academy of Sciences. The Fellowship Committee considers the qualifications and experience of both the applicant and the sponsor, as well as the nature and feasibility of the intended line of inquiry.
Fellowship appointments are for two years with a third year extension possible. The stipend is $32,000 for the first year, $34,000 for the second and $36,000 for the third. Additionally, the sponsoring institution receives an allowance of $1,500 per year to help pay expenses for supplies, travel to scientific meetings and health > insurance for the fellow.
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