BU CTSI Applications for Funding
- Translational Technology Office (TTO) Online Core Subsidy Application
- BU Integrated Biomedical Pilot Grants Program
Translational Technology Office (TTO) Online Core Subsidy Application TOP
August 21, 2012 DEADLINE *Please note that the deadline for this funding opportunity has passed. Please check back for future funding information.
The Boston University Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s Translational Technology Office has funding to support Boston University Investigators and Trainees who use Cores at BU. The user’s protocols should already have IRB / IACUC and IBC approval. The online Core Subsidy application can be found at http://wwwapp1.bumc.bu.edu/busm/csccs. Please let your Core users know about this BU CTSI funding opportunity. The deadline for online submission of this application will end at 5 PM on August 21, 2012.
You will be notified of funding by Dr. Tai C. Chen via e-mail. All work can begin on September 1, 2012, and must be completed by February 28, 2013.
If you have any questions, you may contact Tai C. Chen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also please acknowledge CTSI support by citing our CTSI NIH grant number UL1-TR000157 in relevant publications.
BU Integrated Biomedical Pilot Grants Program TOP
April 15, 2012 DEADLINE *Please note that the deadline for this funding opportunity has passed. Please check back for future funding information. TOP
The BU CTSI is now accepting applications for translational research pilot grants as part of the BU Integrated Biomedical Pilot Grants Program. The deadline for online submission of proposals is Sunday, April 15, 2012 at midnight.
The purpose of the program is to fund innovative research at Boston University, integrating the application and review process of a number pilot grant programs at Boston University:
- BU Clinical and Translational Science Institute (BU CTSI)
- Department of Medicine
– including Obesity (co-funding with Boston Nutrition Obesity Research Center)
- Center for Nanoscience and Nanobiotechnology
- Department of Biomedical Engineering – Coulter Translational Partnership
- High-Throughput Screening Core
Direct costs may be requested as follows:
- Pilot grants not involving human subject recruitment or data collection: Up to $15,000
- Pilot grants involving human subjects: Up to $25,000
- Pilot grant involving nanotechnology for targeted drug delivery (co-funded by Center for Nanoscience and Nanobiotechnology and BU CTSI): Up to $25,000
- High-Throughput Screening Core pilot projects: These awards involve the provision of services and resources of the BU’s High-Throughput Screening Core, as described above, to help the applicant develop a high-throughput screening assay. (No direct funding is provided to the investigator, so no budget is required if applying for this category only.)