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UNTHSC Intramural Grants
The Office of Strategic and Translational Research Initiatives is pleased to announce the following three seed grant opportunities for the 2012-2013 academic year.
THE ANNUAL JUNIOR FACULTY SEED GRANT PROGRAM is designed to facilitate the research careers of junior faculty members that have been employed by the University for five years or less. These $20,000 grants can be used to support pilot studies, preliminary data collection, secondary data analysis and other research activities that will likely result in larger extramural support. The RFA for this year’s junior faculty seed grant program was released on September 17, 2012. Proposal submission deadline is Friday, October 26, 2012. Grants will be awarded in December 2012.
THE TEXAS MEDICAL RESEARCH COLLABORATIVE (TxMRC) SEED GRANT PROGRAM is designed to foster collaborative research on medical technology projects between clinicians, faculty and staff from UNT Health Science Center, UT Arlington, UT Dallas, Texas Health Resources and Texas Instruments in areas of interest to healthcare providers and allied industry. These technology driven grants are awarded based on a high potential to produce innovative, processes and products. Specifics on the TxMRC program will be available in January 2013 with awards anticipated in May 2013.
THE ANNUAL FACULTY SEED GRANT PROGRAM is open to all full time UNT Health Science Center faculty. We anticipate six to ten grants will be funded under this mechanism. Specifics on the annual faculty seed grant program will be released in May 2013 with award announcements in August 2013.
- 2012-2013 Junior Faculty Seed Grant Recipients
- 2011-2012 UNTHSC Seed Grant Recipients
- 2011-2012 Junior Faculty Seed Grant Recipients
- 2010 UNTHSC Seed Grant Recipients
The Office of the Vice President for Research has established a Bridge Funding Program for UNTHSC investigators. Bridge funding is intended to provide temporary support to continue operations of investigators whose extramural funding has recently ended.
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