Funding Opportunities in the Life Sciences

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					                                                           Funding Opportunities in the Life Sciences
     ORGANIZATION                         WEB ADDRESS                         SUBJECT                          DEADLINE                   CONTACT NAME                  E-MAIL               PHONE         NEW LISTING
 DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH            www.darpa.mil/ato/         Microchemical oligonucleotide           5/24/01                          Parney Albright        palbright@darpa.mil                           ✔
 PROJECTS AGENCY (DARPA)              programs/meb.htm           manufacturing, manipulation,
                                                                 and amplification technologies
 NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE            www.nci.nih.gov            Molecular target cancer drug            5/17/01 for letter of intent;    Toby Friedberg         tf12w@nih.gov            (301) 496-8783
                                                                 discovery exploration                   6/14/01 for application
 NATIONAL INSTITUTE                   www.niehs.nih.gov          Identification of Single Nucleotide     5/18/01                          Marilyn B. Whaley      whaley@niehs.nih.gov     (919) 541-0416       
 OF ENVIRONMENTAL                                                Polymorphisms (SNPS in
 HEALTH SCIENCES                                                 Disease Susceptibility Genes
 FOGARTY INTERNATIONAL CENTER         www.nih.gov/fic            Malaria                                 5/23/01 for letter of intent;    Barbara Sina           barbara_sina@nih.gov     (301) 402-9467
                                                                                                         6/28/01 for application
 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DIABETES AND   www.grants.nih.gov         Molecular and genetic                   6/1/01                           Thomas F. Kresina      tk13v@nih.gov            (301) 594-8871       
 DIGESTIVE AND KIDNEY DISEASES                                   mechanisms in pancreatitis
 CENTERS FOR DISEASE                  www.cdc.gov                Microbiology related to infectious      6/1/01                           Merlin Williams        mqw6@cdc.gov             (770) 488-2765       
 CONTROL AND PREVENTION                                          disease prevention and control
 CAP CURE                             www.capcure.org            Prostate cancer research                6/1/01                           Cindy Berkson          capcure@capcure.org      (310) 458-2873       
 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF GENERAL        www.grants.nih.gov         Quantitative approaches                 6/1/01                           James Cassatt          czj@cu.nih.gov           (301) 594-0828       
 MEDICAL SCIENCES AND DEPARTMENT                                 to the analysis of complex
 OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES                                    biological systems
 NATIONAL INSTITUTE                   www.nichd.nih.gov          Developing the                          5/16/01 for letter of intent;    Steven Klein           KleinS@Exchange.nih.gov (301) 496-5541        
 OF CHILD HEALTH AND                                             Xenopus tropicalis                      6/11/01 for application
 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT                                               as a genetic model
 MESOTHELIOMA APPLIED                 www.marf.org               Research for the treatment of pleural   6/15/01                                                 info@marf.org            (805) 560-8942       
 RESEARCH FOUNDATION                                             or intraperitoneal mesothelioma
 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF                www.grants.nih.gov         Mechanisms of kidney                    5/11/01 for letter of intent;    M. James Scherbenske   js255f@nih.gov           (301) 594-7719       
 DIABETES AND DIGESTIVE                                          diseases and disorders                  6/22/01 for application
 AND KIDNEY DISEASES                                             among infants and children
 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF                www.nih.gov                Digestive diseases                      6/29/01                          Judith M. Podskalny    jp53s@nih.gov            (301) 594-8876
 DIABETES AND DIGESTIVE
 AND KIDNEY DISEASES
 NATIONAL HUMAN                       www.grants.nih.gov         DNA sequencing of regions               7/1/01                           Bettie J. Graham       bettie_graham@nih.gov    (301) 469-7531       
 GENOME RESEARCH INSTITUTE                                       of high biomedical interest
                                                                 from model organism genomes
 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF                www.niaid.nih.gov          Sex-based differences                   6/3/01 for letter of intent;     Denise Wiesch          dwiesch@niaid.nih.gov    (301) 496-7104       
 ALLERGY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES                                 in the immune Response                  7/10/01 for application
 NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION          www.nsf.gov                Eukaryotic genetics                     7/10/01                          Delill Nasser          dnasser@nsf.gov          (703) 292-8439       
 NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION          www.nsf.gov                Microbial genetics                      7/10/01                          Phillip D. Harriman    pharrima@nsf.gov         (703) 292-8439       
 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ALLERGY        www.niaid.nih.gov          Non-human primate immune                6/11/01 for letter of intent;    Shiv A. Prasad         sprasad@nih.gov          (301) 402-2571       
 AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES                                         tolerance cooperative study group       7/17/01 for application
 NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE            www.grants.nih.gov         Isolating exfoliated                    10/11/01 for letter of intent;   Sudhir Srivastava      ss1a@nih.gov             (301) 435-1594       
                                                                 cells in bodily fluids                  11/15/01 for application
 NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH        www.nida.nih.gov           Molecular genetics of                   7/1/03                           Jonathan D. Pollack    jp183r@nih.gov           (301) 443-6300
                                                                 drug addiction vulnerability
 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF                www.nigms.nih.gov          Metals in medicine: inorganic/          6/1/04                           Peter C. Preusch       preuschp@nigms.nih.gov   (301) 594-5938       
 GENERAL MEDICAL SCIENCES                                        organic interactions
 THE CAMPBELL FOUNDATION              members.aol.com/camfound   HIV/AIDS                                Open                                                    CAMPFOUND@aol.com        (954) 493-8822
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