March 13, 2009 (Vol. 18, No. 10)

Program Information

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Limited Submissions

Limited submission programs have sponsor restrictions on the number of proposals that may be submitted by a single institution and will require institutional screening to determine which applications will be submitted. Dr. Jim Guikema, Associate Vice Provost for Research, is the internal coordinator for limited submission programs. Please notify him at 785-532-6195, email: guikema@ksu.edu, by the Internal due date listed in the Funding Bulletin or by at least two months prior to the sponsor deadline if you wish to submit to a limited submission program. Currently posted Internal Deadlines:

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GENERAL

10-1 Research Coordination Networks in Biological Sciences (RCN) (NSF)

The goal of this program is to encourage and foster interactions among scientists to create new research directions or advance a field. Innovative ideas for implementing novel networking strategies are especially encouraged. Groups of investigators will be supported to communicate and coordinate their research, training and educational activities across disciplinary, organizational, institutional, and geographical boundaries. The proposed networking activities should have a theme as a focus of its collaboration. The focus could be on a broad research question, a specific group of organisms, or particular technologies or approaches. NSF 06-567 (GG 7/11/08)

Deadline: 6/29/2009

AGRICULTURE

10-2 Resident Instruction Grants Program for Institutions of Higher Education in Insular Areas (RIIA) (USDA)

CSREES requests applications for the Resident Instruction Grants Program for Institutions of Higher Education in Insular Areas (RIIA) for fiscal year (FY) 2009 to strengthen the capacity of Institutions of Higher Education in Insular Areas to carry out resident instruction, curriculum, and teaching programs in the food and agricultural sciences, and to improve their ability to meet their unique needs. Food and agricultural sciences include programs in agriculture, food and fiber, renewable energy and natural resources, forestry, aquaculture, veterinary medicine, family and consumer sciences, home economics, nutrition and dietetics, rural human ecology, rural economic and community development, and other higher education activities and fields of study related to the production, processing, marketing, distribution, conservation, utilization, consumption, research, and development of food and agriculturally-related products and services. Applicants are encouraged to submit a consortium project application that builds linkages among Insular Area Institutions and with other institutions (including other colleges and universities) having a significant, demonstrable commitment to higher education programs in the food and agricultural sciences and to each specific subject area where grants funds are requested. USDA-CSREES-RIGP-002074 (GG 2/20/09)

Deadline: 4/10/2009

ARTS & HUMANITIES

10-3 History of Art Grants Program (Kress)

The History of Art grant program supports scholarly projects that will enhance the appreciation and understanding of European art and architecture. Grants are awarded to projects that create and disseminate specialized knowledge, including archival projects, development and dissemination of scholarly databases, documentation projects, museum exhibitions and publications, photographic campaigns, scholarly catalogues and publications, and technical and scientific studies. Grants are also awarded for activities that permit art historians to share their expertise through international exchanges, professional meetings, conferences, symposia, consultations, the presentation of research, and other professional events. (TGA 2/09)

Deadline: 4/15/2009, 7/15/2009, 10/15/2009

EDUCATION

10-4 Recreational Programs (ED)

The purpose of the Recreational Programs is to provide individuals with disabilities with recreational activities and related experiences to aid in their employment, mobility, socialization, independence, and community integration. The local recreation projects that are funded under this program will continue after Federal assistance ends. Under the State plan vocational rehabilitation services must be provided to assist individuals with disabilities, including youths with disabilities transitioning from school to work, to achieve an employment outcome; therefore, services provided under Recreational Programs also must be directed to these adults and transitioning youths. CFDA 84.128J (FR 2/23/09)

Deadline: 4/24/2009

ENGINEERING, MATHEMATICS & PHYSICAL SCIENCES

10-5 Antarctic Research (NSF)

Scientific research and operational support of that research are the principal activities supported by the United States Government in Antarctica. The goals are to expand fundamental knowledge of the region, to foster research on global and regional problems of current specific importance, and to use Antarctica as a platform from which to support research. The U.S. Antarctic Program provides support for field work only when a compelling justification exists for doing the work in Antarctica (i.e., the work can only be done, or is best done, in Antarctica). The program also supports antarctic-related analytical research performed at home organizations. NSF 09-536

Deadline: 6/8/2009

10-6 NSF Earth Sciences Postdoctoral Fellowships (EAR-PF) (NSF)

The Division of Earth Sciences (EAR) awards Postdoctoral Fellowships to highly qualified investigators within 3 years of obtaining their PhD to carry out an integrated program of independent research and education. The research and education plans of each fellowship must address scientific questions within the scope of EAR disciplines. The program supports researchers for a period of up to 2 years with fellowships that can be taken to the institution or national facility of their choice. The program is intended to recognize beginning investigators of significant potential, and provide them with experience in research and education that will establish them in leadership positions in the Earth Sciences community. NSF 09-526

Deadline: 7/1/2009

HEALTH & LIFE SCIENCE

10-7 Prostate Cancer New Investigator Award (DOD)

The New Investigator Award supports independent PIs in the early stages of their careers and requires a designated collaborator. The PCRP seeks PIs who have innovative, high-impact ideas or new technologies applicable to prostate cancer research, prevention, detection, diagnosis, or treatment. The PCRP seeks applications from all areas of basic, preclinical, behavioral, and epidemiological research that are responsive to one or more of the FY09 PCRP focus areas. PCRP Focus Areas are: Imaging; Biomarkers; Therapy; Genetics; Tumor Biology; and Survivorship. W81XWH-09-PCRP-NIA (GG 2/10/09)

Deadline: Preapplications: 4/29/2009; Applications: 5/20/2009

10-8 Pharmacogenomics Research Network (U01/U19) (NIH)

The purpose of this funding opportunity announcement is to allow new and renewal applications for research groups to compete to become part of the Pharmacogenomics Research Network (PGRN), and to create network resources that serve the entire PGRN. The PGRN is a consortium of interdisciplinary groups with a core mission to conduct research into understanding the genetic basis of variable drug responses, both therapeutic and adverse. The scientific objectives of the research network include definition of the pressing problems for safe and effective use of medications, establishment of truly cross-disciplinary research groups, application of the most appropriate genetic and genomic methods to important sample collections, discovery and replication studies that identify variation in critical genes and biological pathways, elucidation of the functional consequences of genetic variation for the drugs being studied, and understanding the clinical implications of genotyping to predict drug responses. RFA-GM-10-001 (NIHG 1/30/09)

Deadline: Letters of Intent: 5/2/2009; Applications: 6/2/2009

10-9 Prematurity Research Initiative (PRI) (MOD)

The March of Dimes seeks applications requesting grant support for projects related to causes of prematurity. Research proposals of new paradigms based on strong conceptual frameworks are invited. The intent is to provide new insights into the large, and increasing, proportion of preterm deliveries in which the cause (and thus the means of prevention) remains elusive. The proposals need to consider especially, but not limited to, genetics, gene-environment interactions, and animal models. They encourage novel approaches.

Deadline: Letters of Intent: 4/15/2009

10-10 Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Idea Development Award (DOD)

The TSCRP Idea Development Award (IDA) supports high-impact, innovative research that will drive the field forward. Important aspects of the IDA are as follows: 1) Impact: The proposed research should have a significant impact on the concepts or methods that drive the field of TSC research. The proposed research is expected to make an important and original contribution to advancing TSC research or patient care. 2) Innovation: Research deemed innovation may represent a new paradigm, challenge existing paradigms, or look at existing problems from new perspectives. W81XWH-09-TSCRP-IDA (GG 1/20/09)

Deadline: 4/14/2009

10-11 Neurofibromatosis Investigator-Initiated Research Award (DOD)

The NFRP Investigator-Initiated Research Award (IIRA) supports basic and clinically oriented research that will: provide insight into the development of NF and related diseases, Result in substantial improvements over today's approach to the diagnosis and treatment of NF and Schwannomatosis, and Enhance the quality of life of persons with those diseases. The FY09 NFRP encourages research proposals that specifically address the critical needs of the NF community in the following areas: Complications of NF with high mortality such as neoplasms and cerebrovascular abnormalities; Complications of NF with high morbidity such as skeletal maladies, learning deficits, hormone-associated effects, and pain. W81XWH-09-NFRP-IIRA (GG 1/20/09)

Deadline: 4/14/2009

INTERNATIONAL/MULTICULTURAL

10-12 Cross Sector Approach to Community Based Natural Resource Management and Biodiversity Protection in Malawi (USAID)

The purpose of the APS is to publicize the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) plans to fund a limited number of programs through the USAID/Malawi's Economic Growth Functional Objective of improving conditions in biologically significant areas through community based natural resource management. The overall objective is to support Malawi's rural poor in transforming management and protection of their natural resources and biologically significant areas from practices that degrade, to approaches that revitalize and protect these important areas for the good of the society and future generations. Pending the availability of funding, USAID/Malawi anticipates awarding one or two grants or cooperative agreements to fund applications submitted in response to this APS. 674-09-002 (GG 10/24/08)

Deadline: 4/30/2009

SOCIAL SCIENCES

10-13 Research and Evaluation on the Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation of Elderly Individuals and Residents of Residential Care Facilities (DOJ)

The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice is seeking applications for funding in the areas of abuse, neglect, and exploitation of elderly individuals and residents of residential care facilities. NIJ is accepting applications that address gaps in our ability to prevent, detect, and respond to abuse, neglect, and exploitation of elderly individuals and people who live in residential care facilities. Priority research areas include studies that: Perform rigorous evaluation of programs designed to prevent, deter, detect, investigate, prosecute, or otherwise respond to abuse, neglect, and exploitation of elderly individuals and people who live in residential care facilities; Projects that evaluate the efficacy of Adult Protective Services (APS) practices, elder fatality review teams, elder forensic centers, and court-based programs; Examine risk and protective factors associated with the victimization and/or perpetration of abuse, neglect, and exploitation; Explore typologies of abusers and abusive situations. (GG 2/10/09)

Deadline: 4/10/2009