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Japan Brain Research Cooperative Program (BRCP)
This administrative supplement program will provide funds to research projects that are currently supported by the participating NIH Institutes and Centers.
The purpose of the BRCP is to promote scientist exchange, training, and collaborations in basic, translational and clinical research between neuroscientists from the U.S. and Japan.
The U.S. entity of the BRCP supports the following activities:
- Visit of U.S. scientists to conduct collaborative research and/or to acquire advanced research skills in Japanese institutions.
- Joint workshops to exchange scientific information and to foster collaborations.
For more information, see: PA-17-326
Research Supplements to Promote Emergence of Clinician-Scientists in Chemosensory Research
The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) announces the availability of one-year administrative research supplements to currently-active NIDCD-supported R01 and R21 awards for medical students to gain research experience in basic, translational, or patient-oriented research in the chemical senses.
Before submitting an application for an administrative research supplement, prospective PIs are strongly encouraged to contact Susan Sullivan, Ph.D.
, to discuss their application.
for more information.
W.M. Keck Foundation Research Program Opportunity
The W.M. Keck Research Program seeks to benefit humanity by supporting projects in two specific areas (1) medical research and (2) science and engineering, that are distinctive and novel in their approach, question the prevailing paradigm, or have the potential to break open new territory in their field. Past grants have been awarded to major universities, independent research institutions, and medical schools to support pioneering biological and physical science research and engineering, including the development of promising new technologies, instrumentation or methodologies. Historically, grants range from $500,000 to $5 million and are typically $2million or less.
Funding is awarded to universities and institutions nationwide for projects in research that:
- Focus on basic science early in the process
- Focus on important and emerging areas of research
- Have the potential to develop breakthrough technologies, instrumentation or methodologies
- Are innovative, distinctive and interdisciplinary
- Demonstrate a high level of risk due to unconventional approaches, or by challenging the prevailing paradigm
- Have the potential for transformative impact, such as the founding of a new field of research, the enabling of observations not previously possible, or the altered perception of a previously intractable problem
for more information.
Much of the research done by AChemS members is funded by the following agencies:
Specific program announcements and requests for proposals can be found at the following sites: