U.S. Soccer Foundation
The U.S. Soccer Foundation is accepting Letters of Inquiry for its Safe Places to Play program, which provides grants to organizations to help them build or enhance a field space in their communities. Grants of up to $50,000 will be awarded for the installation of field surfaces, lighting, and irrigation for field space in urban settings. All work must be done by one of the foundation’s four corporate partners — Hellas Construction, Musco Lighting, Hunter Industries, or Sport Court. Applicants must request a quote from the appropriate corporate partner no later than September 4, 2015.
To be eligible, an applicant must apply on behalf of a program or project operating in the U.S., and must be a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization, school, municipality, college or university, or sovereign tribal nation.
Letter of Intent Deadline: September 25, 2015
Application Deadline: October 2,, 2015
For more information visit the U.S. Soccer Foundation webpage.
Department of Defense
The Department of Defense has announced the following new funding opportunities:
Department of the Army - USAMRAA
DoD Neurofibromatosis Clinical Trial Award
DoD Neurofibromatosis Exploration - Hypothesis Development Award
DoD Neurofibromatosis Investigator-Initiated Research Award
DoD Neurofibromatosis New Investigator Award
DoD Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Exploration - Hypothesis Development Award
DoD Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Pilot Clinical Trial Award
DoD Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Idea Development Award
Community-Based Research Consult Service
The Case Center for Reducing Health Disparities is funded by the National Institutes of Health to offer a variety of services to faculty members, health care providers, student researchers, and community organizations. One of our many services include a Community-Based Research Consult Service to help researchers and organizations develop quality research.
The consult service has expertise in areas including, but not limited to: research project development, IRB application process, grants assistance and funding, survey development and refinement, needs assessment, data collection, program evaluation, best practices, focus group development, recruitment strategies, dissemination of findings, and Spanish Translation.
For additional information, visit the Center for Reducing Health Disparities website: http://www.reducedisparity.org/.
For assistance, please contact Katrice Cain (216-778-8467 or email@example.com) or Mary Ellen Lawless (216-778-1304 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Billing and Reporting for Core Facilities Workshop
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
- or -
Thursday, June 4, 2015
1:00 - 2:30 pm
Calling all core facility administrators! The Controller’s Office and the School of Medicine (SOM) Office of Research Administration are hosting a workshop on billing and reporting processes for core facilities. All staff involved in any part of billing and reporting for a core facility or shared resource are strongly encouraged to attend. Multiple sessions have been scheduled for your convenience.
If you are unable to attend either of these sessions, let us know on the registration page and we will work to schedule additional sessions. Contact Joan Schenkel in the SOM Office of Research Administration with questions: email@example.com, 216-368-4268.
Registration is online here.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Simmons Foundation
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Simmons Foundation have partnered to create a new program, the 2016 Faculty Scholar Program, designed to support early-career scientists. The Faculty Scholars competition is open to basic researchers and physician scientists at more than 220 eligible institutions, including Case Western Reserve. The competition seeks scholars who will apply molecular, genetic, computational and theoretical approaches to fundamental problems in diverse areas of biology.
• PhD and/or MD (or the equivalent).
• Tenured or tenure-track position as an assistant professor or higher academic rank at an eligible U.S. institution, or, if at an eligible institution that has no tenure track, an appointment that reflects a significant institutional commitment. Federal government employees are not eligible.
• More than 4, but no more than 10, years of post-training, professional experience. To meet this requirement, the applicant’s post-training, professional experience must have begun no earlier than June 1, 2005, and no later than July 1, 2011.
• Principal investigator or Co-Principal investigator on at least one active, nationally competitive grant with an initial term of two or more years at some point from April 1, 2013 through July 1, 2015. Career development grants qualify. Multi-investigator grants may qualify.
• Up to 70 awardees will receive non-renewable grants ranging from $100k to $400k per year over 5 years ($500k - $2M per award).
• Faculty Scholars are required to devote at least 50% of their total effort to the direct conduct of research.
• Scholars conducting research at the interface of the biological and physical sciences are encouraged to apply.
• Scholars studying biological questions emerging from and applicable to global human health problems, including malaria, tuberculosis, HIV, and other diseases that disproportionately affect individuals living in low resource settings are encouraged to apply
• Women and minorities under-represented in the biomedical and biological sciences are strongly encouraged to apply.
Application Deadline: July 28, 2015
For more information visit the Howard Hughes Medical Institute website.
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