RFP for Cures Within Reach - CureAccelerator Live! Mid-Atlantic Repurposing Research Event
Application Deadline Extended: July 23, 2018
Cures Within Reach is excited to be bringing our CureAccelerator Live! event to the Mid-Atlantic region, and we hope to see some submissions from George Washington University in response to the Request for Proposals.
Highlights from the RFP include:
- Up to $50,000 for Mid Atlantic-based repurposing research in any unsolved disease.
- Selected finalists will pitch their projects in front of an audience of repurposing stakeholders on Oct. 16, 2018 in the Washington, DC area; CureAccelerator Live! is held in conjunction with ExL Events at the Collaborations Addressing Vulnerable Populations Forum
- CureAccelerator Live! finalists are eligible for a 20% discount.
- Proposal submissions are due July 23, 2018 (previously July 9, 2018) on CureAccelerator
See attached: RFP, additional application instructions and some background information about the CureAccelerator Live! event.
IRIS 2019 Researcher Awards Call for Proposals
Application Deadline: October 1, 2018
Description: This is the second round of awards to fund researchers who will use the IRIS data to address questions about the social and economic returns to investments in research. Up to $15,000 for dissertation awards and up to $30,000 for early career and established researcher awards are available. Proposals submitted must emphasize the use of IRIS data in projects that address open issues in the study of science and technology and in science policy. Awarded researchers will receive access to the current IRIS research data release files, which are further described here: http://iris.isr.umich.edu/research-data/ Our colleague Dr. Jonathon Mote has just received such an award.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention 2018-19 research grants programs
Two grant mechanisms: Innovation Grants, and Focus Grants. (Recently awarded $5.3 million in grants for the 2017-18 grants cycle.)
- Innovation Grants: applications accepted from 8/1/18 to 11/15/18. Applications will be available online at https://afsp.org/our-work/research/apply-for-a-grant/
- Focus Grants: The deadline for the LOIs is 8/1/18. All three Requests for Applications (RFAs) options require an emailed letter of intent (LOI), and then those researchers submitting promising ideas will be invited to submit full proposals online. More information: https://afsp.org/our-work/research/grant-information/the-focus-grants/
More information can be found at https://afsp.org/our-work/research/grant-information. Should you have any questions, please contact AFSP Research Grants Manager Carl Niedzielski phone: 212.363.3500 ext. 2015; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Imaging Initiative Workshop
Date/Time: Wednesday, July 25, 10:00am - 4:00pm
Location: Science and Engineering Hall, Room 2000B
Description: This is a workshop on imaging organize
Contact: Professors Can Korman (email@example.com) an
- Introductions (2 hours)
- Dr. Mait
- Short description of research
- Single most significant research result
- Single most significant unsolved problem
- Presentation on imaging and its potential (Dr. Mait, 1 hour includes Q&A)
- Lunch (1 hour)
- Identify Applications Clusters (1 hour)
- Break (15 min)
- Identify Fundamental Research Questions (1 hour)
Welcome New Staff
Jessica Harb is joining the CCAS research administration team after working in OVPR for 2 1/2 years, specializing in pre-award guidance and support. Her start date is next Monday, July 9. Prior to coming to GW, Jessica was at the California State University at Monterey Bay and the University of Tennessee, bringing an additional 4 years of experience in research and sponsored project administration. When not providing guidance for proposal development, Jessica enjoys a motley of outdoor activities as well as spending time with her husband and 2 cats. She is very excited to bring her experience and background to the CCAS team.
Kristin Furio has just joined the CCAS team on June 25 as the new senior administrative assistant for CCAS; her duties will include department operations at the front desk of Phillips 212 (Tyler's job) in addition to support Dean Evie Downie and me (YR). Kristin has studied and worked in leadership development and education for over a decade. As a Community Connections member during college at Sacred Heart University, Kristin furthered the service-learning experience she had in a high school Community Relations course focusing on social justice issues. She has taken courses in Event Management at The George Washington University and previously worked in GW's Graduate School of Education and Human Development managing graduate programs, supporting faculty and recruiting for degrees focusing on Organizational Leadership and Human Resource Development. Kristin's involvement in the GW community has included being a member of the GW sustainability outreach group, Green Leaders; a member of the GW human resources outreach group, Colonial Community Ambassadors; and a Safety Warden for GSEHD, leading colleagues in navigating through emergency situations. Prior to coming to GW, Kristin served as an AmeriCorps VISTA at Ashoka's Youth Venture in the roll of Fellowship Associate connecting young leaders and changemakers from around the world. In her free time, she enjoys building community among DC residents by connecting young professionals through DC Fray's intramural sports, charity fundraisers, and lifestyle events.