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					                                  CVM Funding Opportunities
                                              September 3, 2010

                                       Limited Submission Dates

Upcoming Limited Submission Program Internal Deadlines

September 9, 2010 NINDS Institutional Center Core Grants to Support              National Institutes of Health
                  Neuroscience Research

Machr 31, 2011      Instrument Development for Biological Research (IDBR)        National Science Foundation

                      Construction                     Jan 25, May 25, Sept 25
                       R01, U01      New               Feb 5, June 5, Oct 5
                          R01        Resubmit          March 5, July 5, Nov 5
                       R03,R21       New               Feb 16, June 16, Oct 16
                          R21        Resubmit          March 16, July 16, Nov 16
                          R15                          Feb 25, June 25, Oct 25


Applications to NSF Soon Will Have to Include Data Sharing Plans

NSF Responsible Conduct of Research Training Requirement

New assistant vice president for research to focus on health sciences

Declined proposals purge process introduced

NIH, AHRQ, and NIOSH to Eliminate Error Correction Window for Due Dates On or After January 25, 2011

October 15 deadline for ethics research proposals
                                             Funding Opportunities

Title:      NIDCR Small Grant Program for New Investigators (R03) PAR-10-275

Sponsor:    National Institutes of Health

Deadline:   October 16, 2010

            This NIDCR Small Grant Program for New Investigators supports basic and clinical research of
            scientists who are in the early stages of establishing an independent research career in oral, dental,
Abstract:   and craniofacial research. This R03 grant mechanism supports pilot or feasibility studies and
            developmental research projects with the intention of obtaining sufficien t preliminary data for a
            subsequent Investigator-initiated Research Project Grant (R01) application.


Title:      Indo-U.S. Vaccine Action Program (VAP) Small Research Grant Program (R03) PA-10-115

Sponsor:    National Institutes of Health

Deadline:   October 16, 2010

            Scientific cooperation between India and the U.S. has taken place under a variety of bilateral umbrella
            agreements, including the Indo-U.S. Science and Technology (S&T) Sub-Commission, the Gandhi-
            Reagan S&T Initiative, the U.S.-India Fund, and the current S&T Cooperation Agreement. Building
            upon these agreements and initiatives, representatives of the United States and the Government of
            India signed a Memorandum of Understanding on July, 9 1987 implementing the Indo -U.S. Vaccine
            Action Program (VAP) in order to expand collaborative vaccine research. The goal of the VAP is to
            support collaborative vaccine-related research projects that ultimately reduce the burden of infectious
            diseases of importance in India, the U.S., the South Asian region and globally. Applications are
            encouraged from organizations/institutions that propose to conduct vaccine -related research through
            well-established collaborations with Indian investigators on the following: dengue, influenza (including
            avian influenza), HIV/AIDS, and tuberculosis. Basic, translational, clinical, or epidemiological vaccine
            research may be proposed. Clinical trials will not be supported by this initiative.


Title:      The Role of Human-Animal Interaction in Child Health and Development (R03) RFA-HD-12-105

Sponsor:    National Institutes of Health

Deadline:   October 16, 2010

            This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) solicits Research Project Grant (R03) applications
            from institutions/ organizations that propose to study the impact of human-animal interaction (HAI) on
            children's health and development and to test the efficacy of therapeutic uses of HAI with children. In
            2008, NICHD and The WALTHAM Centre for Pet Nutrition, a division of Mars, Incorporated, entered
Abstract:   into a public-private partnership to explore the interaction between humans and animals. The
            partnership encourages research on Human-Animal Interaction (HAI), especially as it relates to child
            development, health, and the therapeutic use of animals with children and adolescents. This shared
            interest resulted in The WALTHAM Centre donating funds to NICHD to enhance NICHD’s ability to
            support research in this field. The purpose of this FOA is to build an empirical research base on how
            children perceive, relate to and think about animals; how pets in the home impact children's social and
            emotional development and health (e.g., allergies, the immune system, asthma, mitigation of obesity);
            and whether and under what conditions therapeutic uses of animals are safe and effective.


Title:      Call for Research Proposals

Sponsor:    American Association of Swine Veterinarians Foundation

Deadline:   February 1, 2011

             Proposed research must fit into one of the five action areas stated in the AASV Foundation mission

             The mission of the AASV Foundation is to empower swine veterinarians to achieve a higher level of
             personal and professional effectiveness by:

Abstract:          enhancing the image of the swine veterinary profession
                   supporting the development and scholarship of students and veterinarians interested in the swine
                   addressing long-range issues of the profession
                   supporting faculty and promoting excellence in the teaching of swine health and production
                   funding research with direct application to the profession



Sponsor:    Association of Avian Veterinarians

Deadline:   January 15, 2011

            Preproposals for research projects addressing clinical aspects of exotic and wild birds, including
            diagnostic tests, drug doses, practice management, and conservation, are now being accepted for
            consideration for funding by the Association of Avian Veterinarians. Grants are limited to $10,000.00 for
            an individual project.


Title:      2011 Grant Proposal

Sponsor:    Winn Feline Foundation

Deadline:   December 13, 2010

            Studies applicable to all cats are encouraged. The Winn Feline Foundation is also interested in projects
            that address problems in individual breeds. Although we are interested in all areas of feline health,
            including nutrition and behavior, we also have dedicated funds for research into feline infectious
            peritonitis, and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

Title:      Research Grants Program

Sponsor:    CurePSP

Deadline:   October 1, 2010

            CurePSP has always believed that truly effective clinical interventions will follow good, solid basic
            scientific research. For this reason, CurePSP promotes research that helps generate an integrated picture
            of PSP and CBD at the molecular and cellular levels. CurePSP believes that in the long term, research of
            this nature will prove indispensable in developing a prevention or cure for PSP and CBD.


Title:      Research Grants

Sponsor:    The Dystonia Medical Research Foundation

Deadline:   December 15, 2010

            Research grants are available in support of hypothesis-driven research at the genetic, molecular, cellular,
            systems, or behavioral levels that may directly or indirectly lead to a better understanding of the
Abstract:   pathophysiology and to new therapies for any or all forms of dystonia. Although early-onset primary
            generalized dystonia is of special interest, we also support studies on the focal dystonias, including
            laryngeal dystonia/spasmodic dysphonia, as well as secondary dystonias.


Title:      Research Grants

Sponsor:    Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation

Deadline:   October 1, 2010

            The Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation, Inc. supports research relevant to equine health and
            Although there are no limits on the dollar amount that may be awarded, applicants are advised that in
            recent years the Foundation has awarded approximately $900,000 annually. Average amounts funded
            during the past five years has been $71,000 per grant.



Sponsor:    The Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation

Deadline:   November 1, 2010
            The Storm Cat Research Career Advancement Award Program is a competitive program intended to
            promote development of promising investigators by providing a one-year salary supplement of $15,000.
            This program is restricted to one award per year and is known as the Storm Cat Research Career
            Advancement Award, named in honor of the famous Thoroughbred stallion at Overbrook Farm* in
            Lexington, Ky.



Sponsor:    Veterinary Orthopedic Society

Deadline:   OCTOBER 1, 2009

            The goal of the VOS Hohn-Johnson/Wade O. Brinker Research Awards is to foster research related to
            musculoskeletal problems confronting veterinarians today.