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Data Science Seed Grant Program - Now Accepting Applications

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The Offices of the VPR and the SVPHS Research Unit have co-sponsored an internal seed grant program in data science research as part of the recently announced One Utah Data Science Hub. Researchers can request up to $50,000 in seed grant funding to develop pilot data and/or resources with the potential to impact data-centric activities and generate successful external funding applications. Applications will be due by 11:59pm (MST) on Monday, November 7th, 2022.

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Internal Funding Opportunities

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To address short- and long-term helium shortages, there is a need for new and innovative helium alternative technology. To that end, we invite researchers at the University of Utah to apply for seed grant funding (up to $35,000) to develop helium alternative technology.

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Fall 2022 Foundation-Sponsored Limited Submission Opportunities

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The University of Utah Foundation Relations team manages several limited submission opportunities sponsored by various Foundations each year. Foundations Limited Submissions are reviewed by a Foundations LSO Committee that selects applications most likely to: • Perpetuate success for the University; • Assist the selected faculty member in advancing their research; and • Meet the goals and expectations of the sponsor Fall 2022 Foundations Limited Submissions are listed below, with links to the InfoReady internal competition for each program. Interested faculty members must apply to the internal competition and be selected by the LSO Committee for each program.

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Applications being accepted for the American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant

Applications being accepted for the American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant

Deadline: October 14, 2022 Huntsman Cancer Institute is now accepting applications for the American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant (ACS-IRG). The ACS-IRG is a pilot funding mechanism for junior faculty members. The award is $30,000 over a 12-month period starting 01/01/2022 and will be given to 5 different qualified applicants with cancer focused/relevant projects in disciplines including but not limited to –– basic science, translational research, and population science. Eligible applicants are those within 6 years of their first independent faculty position and who have yet to secure significant extramural funding (NIH R01 or equivalent)

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Limited Submission Opportunities

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NSF INCLUDES is a comprehensive, national initiative to enhance U.S. leadership in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) discovery and innovation, focused on NSF's commitment to ensuring accessibility and inclusivity in STEM fields, as communicated in the NSF Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years (FY) 2022 - 2026.

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Last Updated: 10/4/22