AHC Faculty Research Development Grants are intended to support new or expanding interdisciplinary research, involving two co-PIs who are each from a different AHC college or school(dentistry, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, public health, veterinary medicine). The primary criteria for funding are innovation, quality of the research approach, synergy of the research team, justification for the request (particularly for applications from PIs with substantial funding) and the potential for future external funding to sustain or further develop the program.
- Letter of intent (LOI) - June 14
- Full Application - July 14
The overarching mission of the Hartwell Foundation is to fund individuals conducting innovative and cutting-edge biomedical laboratory-based research that will potentially benefit children. Proposals should address either a specific unmet need in translational medicine or a strategic problem in applied science. See the RFP for further details.
- University of Minnesota: July 14, 2017
- Sponsor: September 15, 2017
The purpose of the Fund is to provide support for early-stage ideas and creative, pioneering projects in neuroscience that otherwise may go unfunded by conventional grant-making bodies.
AHC Seed Grants are intended to support faculty who wish to initiate a substantially new direction in their research or to help develop innovative projects that will allow them to expand into new areas.