The Office of Academic Clinical Affairs is continuing its focus on improving health through bold, innovative collaborations in pursuit of solutions to the "wicked" problems facing our communal and individual health. As a land-grant university, our work is to serve.
A brief description of the project, including how it fulfills the goals and criteria above, as well as the proposed use of resources should be submitted on-line via REDcap by January 10, 2020. Recipients will be notified by February 1, 2020.
- MN Partnership for Biotechnology & Medical Genomics
- Must be a coordinated project between the Mayo Clinic and the University of Minnesota, building on existing resources and enhancing combined capabilities
Letter of Intent: 5 p.m. on Nov. 22, 2019
Proposals: 5 p.m. on January 10, 2019
Faculty Research Development grants are intended to support new or expanding interdisciplinary research which addresses significant clinical issues, is innovative and has a high potential for return on investment. Note that clinical issues are broad; they can range from strengthening clinical practice through the development of new tools and approaches, to responding to community health concerns and societal factors directly influencing public health and well-being. Applications can encompass a continuum from laboratory research to community-engaged/community-based research.
Competitive LOI: September 20, 2019
Full Submissions (Invitation Only): November 15, 2019
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.
Letter of Intent: September 3, 2019
Full Application: September 23, 2019
Up to $5.0 million in total awards will be made for applications submitted in 2019. Most awards will be in the $500,000 to $1,000,000 range, total costs, for 2 years. See the RFP for further details.
Letter of Intent (Competitive) - August 2, 2019
Full Proposal Submission (Invitation Only) - October 25, 2019