Minnesota Partnership Decade of Discovery in Diabetes RFP
Proposals are now being accepted for awards to be made in 2013 for projects that closely align with the Decade of Discovery’s research priorities: drug discovery; cell biology-based therapies; and devices. Approximately $2 million in total awards will be made in 2013. Applications of varying size will be considered as long as all criteria are met. It is anticipated that up to three applications will be funded. All applying research teams must include a PI or co-PI from the University of Minnesota or Mayo Clinic. Letter of intent deadline: March 4, 2013.
Decade of Discovery Small Grants Program
The Decade of Discovery: A Minnesota Partnership to Conquer Diabetes, announces the availability of small grants to support short-term studies on diabetes focusing on: a) Prevention and Care Delivery - the public health, community based, and health services research necessary to improve the implementation of optimal prevention and care strategies across the state, or b) Discovery and Translation for Treatment/Cure - developing new ways to manage and treat diabetes and its complications while exploring new approaches to replace what does not work in the body.
2012 Academic Health Center Small Grants Program
The Academic Health Center (AHC) is accepting applications for the AHC Small Grants Program (formerly known as the AHC Seed Grants Program) to fund faculty research. the goal of the AHC Small Grants Program is to fund creative and innovative proposals across the continuum of programmatic research areas in the six AHC colleges. These funds will be distributed through a competitive peer review process. The maximum award per project is $30,000.
2011 Academic Health Center Faculty Development Research Program
The Academic Health Center is soliciting applications for Faculty Research Development (FRD) grants to faculty research. These funds will be distributed through a competitive peer review process. FRD grants are designed to support new or expanding interdisciplinary and interscholastic research, which is innovative and has a high potential for return.