Billing and Reporting for Core Facilities Workshop
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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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.
Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, Inc.
The Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation seeks to further the development of scientific leadership in the field of environmental chemistry with a postdoctoral fellowship program. The Postdoctoral Program in Environmental Chemistry provides a principal investigator with an award of $120,000 over two years to appoint a Postdoctoral Fellow in environmental chemistry.
The Postdoctoral Program in Environmental Chemistry is open to all academic and other not-for-profit organizations in the States, Districts, and Territories of the United States of America. Applications are accepted from principal investigators who have well-established research efforts in environmental science or engineering. These research activities need not be located in traditional departments in the chemical sciences, and collaboration across departments and institutions is encouraged. The postdoctoral fellow is usually not already identified nor in the principal investigator's lab at the time of application.
Application Deadline: August 3, 2015
For more information visit the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation website.
The William H. Johnson Foundation for the Arts – 2015 William H. Johnson Prize
The William H. Johnson Foundation for the Arts is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization that seeks to encourage African American artists early in their careers by offering financial grants. The Johnson Foundation awards grants to individuals who work in the following media: painting, photography, sculpture, printmaking, installation and/or new genre.
The William H. Johnson Prize is awarded annually to an early-career African American artist. For their purposes, "early-career" is a flexible term that should be interpreted liberally to include artists who have finished their academic work within twelve years from the year that a prize is awarded. For example, a person who finished their studies in 2003 is eligible to apply in 2015, but not in 2016. Age is not determinative, and artists who have not earned BFAs or MFAs are still eligible so long as they have not been working as a professional artist for more than twelve years.
The 2015 William H. Johnson Prize is $25,000 and the winner will be announced in December 2015.
Application Deadline: September 18, 2015
For more information visit the William H. Johnson Foundation for the Arts webpage.
Department of Defense
The Department of Defense has announced the following new funding opportunities:
Department of the Army - USAMRAA
DoD Gulf War Illness Innovative Treatment Evaluation Award
DoD Gulf War Illness Clinical Trial Award
DoD Gulf War Illness Epidemiology Research Award
DoD Gulf War Illness Investigator-Initiated Research Award
DoD Gulf War Illness New Investigator Research Award
Clinical & Translational Science Collaborative – Career Development Training Opportunity
The Clinical & Translational Science Collaborative (CTSC) KL2 a post-doctoral training program with an emphasis on multidisciplinary clinical and translational research, offers an innovative career development opportunity for qualified candidates.
The CTSC KL2 is designed to train the nation’s future leaders in clinical and translational research, and is part of the NIH Roadmap aimed at “re-engineering the clinical research enterprise.” The CTSC KL2 has just welcomed this year’s cohort of scholars, who were selected from a highly competitive pool of applicants:
- Mohamed Abazeed, MD, PhD (Radiation Oncology; Translational Hematology & Oncology, CCF)
- Stefanie Avril, MD (Pathology, CWRU)
- Nicholas Schiltz, PhD (Epidemiology & Biostatistics, CWRU)
- Jennifer Sweet, MD (Neurosurgery, University Hospitals Case Medical Center)
CTSC KL2 is now seeking applications for next year’s cohort.
Qualified candidates must:
- Hold an MD, PhD, DDS, PharmD, PsyD, or equivalent degree
- Demonstrate a keen interest in clinical research
- Have an appointment in one of the CTSC partner institutions on or before July 1, 2016
- Be a U.S. citizen or have permanent resident status
Each scholar will embark on a 4-year program of intensive training in multidisciplinary team-based, patient-oriented clinical research, combining an innovative curriculum with mentored research experiences.
Applications will be accepted between 7/1/15 and 10/12/15.
For more information, contact Beth Spyke, MPA, at firstname.lastname@example.org / 216.444.2702 or Raed Dweik, MD, at email@example.com / 216-445-5763. You may also request to schedule an information session.
For additional information, visit the CTSC webpage.
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