Please see below for 2017 Busch Biomedical Grant Awardees
|PI & Co-PI||Proposal Title||Award Amount||Type of Grant|
|Wei Dai||"Cell-to-cell Pathogenic PolyQ Transmission in Huntington's Disease Progression"||$40,000||Seed|
|Adam Gormley||"Discovery of anticancer synthetic protein mimics"||$40,000||Seed|
Grace Guo & Yi-Horng Lee
|"Bariatric Surgery, Bile acids, and intestine FXR"||$40,000||Collaborative|
|Xin Qi & Ivan Rodero||"HPC-based multi-factor decision-making (MD) tool for prostate cancer (PCa)"||$38,570||Collaborative|
|Ilker Hacihaliloglu||"Learning-based Computational 3D Ultrasound Imaging Platform for Percutaneous Needle Guidance"||$40,000||Seed|
|Kim McKim||"Homolog bi-orientation and segregation in oocyte acentrodomal meiosis"||$40,000||Bridging|
|Mark West||“Individual and sex differences in cocaine cue induced accumbens firing, USV's and relapse behavior”||$39,865||Bridging|
|Davide Comoletti & Arnold Rabson||"Rapid and Unbiased Identification of Viral Entry Receptors in Human Neurons"||$40,000||Collaborative|
|Karen Edelblum||"Interferon regulation of gamma delta IELs in innate immunity"||$40,000||Seed|
|Isaac Edery||"Seasonal Adaptation of a Circadian Clock"||$40,000||Bridging|
|Dana Price||"Functional genomic classification of the mosquito gut microbiome"||$25,000||Seed|
|Miriam Rosenberg-Lee & William Graves||"Flexible use of semantics in social cognition and reading, and its disruption in autism"||$40,000||Seed|
Check back in Spring 2018 for the next cycle!
This opportunity is designed to stimulate the creation of interdisciplinary research groups around any topic that is likely to be supported by future federal and private funding. Pre-existing groups may also apply.
Application Deadline: November 1, 2017 at 5PM EST
Scientific Merit Review: November to December 2017
Funding Decision Date: December 21, 2017
Grant Award Period: January 1, 2018 – December 31, 2018
Award Amount: $50,000 + $50,000 matching funds = $100,000 total
Cost Share Requirement: 100% matching funds ($50,000) required.
Sponsor: Office of Research and Economic Development
Where to Send Inquiries, and Submit Proposal:
Jacquelyn Williams (848-932-9982)
Research Council Subvention Fall 2017
The Research Council is continuing for a second year its pilot program for subventions for the publication of scholarly books that will be published by university and other reputable scholarly presses.
Subventions provide partial subsidies to presses for the publication of scholarly books authored by full-time Rutgers faculty members.
Application Deadline: December 6, 2017 at 5PM EST
Award Amount: $2500
Submit Application: https://www.rutgers.fluidreview.com
Questions?: Jacquelyn Williams