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January 20, 2015  

NIH Center for Accelerated Innovation at Cleveland Clinic (NCAI-CC)

The NIH Center for Accelerated Innovation at Cleveland Clinic (NCAI-CC) Announces the Request for Applications (RFA) for the third funding cycle.

Funding is available for promising emerging technologies directed towards diagnosis, treatment or management of cardiovascular, pulmonary, blood or sleep-related disorders. NCAI-CC is seeking projects such as therapeutics (e.g. drugs, biologics), preventatives, diagnostics, devices, tools, etc., in order to facilitate their translation to commercialized products that improve patient care and enhance health. The NCAI-CC will provide funding and project assistance to advance the development of high priority early-stage technologies within the mission areas of the NHLBI (cardiovascular, lung, blood and sleep disorders). Expert assistance will be provided in areas required for early technology development, including commercial opportunity assessment, intellectual property, clinical and regulatory, reimbursement, business, legal and project management.

Eligibility: Investigators from the Cleveland Clinic, Case Western Reserve University, The Ohio State University,Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, and University of Cincinnati

Letter of Intent Deadline: February 10, 2015

For more information visit the NCAI-CC website.

 
National Center for Accelerated Innovations (NCAI)

The Office of Translation and Innovation will host an information session on the National Center for Accelerated Innovations (NCAI) program, including details on the current RFA, led by Mark Low, Managing Director for the NCAI-Cleveland Clinic and Mark Chance, Vice Dean for Research in the CWRU School of Medicine.

The information session will be held next Monday, January 26 from 12n - 1pm in BRB 932.

All interested investigators are encouraged to attend. If you are coming from outside the School of Medicine, please stop by the security desk on the ground floor of the Biomedical Research Building and they will give you access to the elevators.

Drs. Low and Chance, among others, will be on hand to help answer any questions you have about this innovations program. The NCAI is currently running it's third funding cycle RFA. This regional funding opportunity is a great chance to move your translational research project to the next level.

Letter of Intent deadline is February 10, 2015

Please RSVP to Anne DeChant or to som-translation-innovation@case.edu

For more information on the RFA visit the NCAI-CC website.

 
New Video and Quiz Available for CREC

Engaging in Cultural Competence through Awareness, Knowledge and Action
3 CREC


Watch the video and take the quiz for credit!

https://research.case.edu/Education/CREC_Video.cfm.

 
FBI Talk on International Travel

Monday, February 9, 2015
12 pm - 1 pm
Toepfer Room, Adelbert Hall


Are you a researcher who travels abroad to attend scientific or academic conferences? To meet with potential sponsors, donors, or collaborators? To teach at a foreign university or travel with students on an international trip?

Join FBI representatives who will present cutting-edge information on travel concerns for university faculty and employees traveling abroad.

There is no pre-registration. Seating is limited and is first come, first seated.

For more information, contact Lisa Palazzo, Director of Export Control and Privacy Management, at 216.368.5791 or lisa.palazzo@case.edu, or Boyd Kumher, University Chief Compliance, Export Control and Privacy Officer, at 216.368.0833 or boyd.kumher@case.edu.

 
Brocher Foundation

The Brocher Foundation, located on the shores of the Geneva Lake, in Hermance (Geneva-Switzerland), is calling for proposals for the 2016 residencies. The residencies last between one and four months. They give researchers the opportunity to work at the Brocher Centre on projects on the ethical, legal and social implications for humankind of recent medical research and new technologies. Every month a dozen of visiting researchers live and concentrate on their research project at the Foundation.

The Brocher Foundation offers to successful applicants a workplace and an accommodation in its premises. Breakfast and dinner are also provided every day. “Junior” visiting researchers can apply for an additional scholarship in order to cover their travel and local expenses in Geneva. To be eligible to this “Additional scholarship for Junior researchers”, the applicant should be a PhD student or should have obtained his PhD degree within a maximum of five years and should not perceive any other income during the time spent at the Foundation.

Deadline for submission is March 1, 2015.

For more information on the terms and conditions and to submit a proposal visit the Brocher Foundation website.

 

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