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December 2nd 2009 Research Research Funding - University of Leicester

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December 2nd 2009 Research Research Funding - University of Leicester

  1. 1. 02 Dec 09 Research Fortnight Opportunities issue 336 This contains only summary information for each item. For LINKS TO ORIGINAL SOURCES and the FULL TEXT, click on the link for an item and sign in to the site using your username and password (Note: If you are accessing this from on campus, you will be able to use the 'Campus access' option to sign in without a username and password). United Kingdom PROJECT GRANTS Arthritis Research Campaign, GB hese support projects seeking answers to single questions or small groups of related questions. Awards are worth up to £300,000 for a duration of up to three years. Award amount max: £30000 Closing date: 22 Feb 10 GUILDFORD BENCH METHODOLOGY FUND GRANTS Biochemical Society, GB Support is available for benchwork with an emphasis on methodology in cellular or bioanalytical work. Grants may be for up to £1,200, or £1,800, if they include vacation help. Award amount max: £1800 Closing date: 01 Apr 10 FELLOWSHIPS Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland, GB These are for members of the medical and allied scientific professions working in pathologically-related biomedical research. Awards are worth up to £5,000. Award amount max: £5000 Closing date: 01 Apr 10 TRAVEL AWARDS British Society for Immunology, GB These awards are for attendance at scientific meetings or visits to laboratories for specific short-term activities, such as collaborative research, or in order to learn new techniques. Maximum a wards amount to £300 for travel within the UK, £500 for European travel and £800 for intercontinental travel. Award amount max: £800 Closing date: 01 Feb 10 MODULAR TRAINING FOR INDUSTRY [FORMERLY SHORT TRAINING COURSES AT MASTERS LEVEL IN THE BIOSCIENCES] Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, GB The programme supports the development of industrially-relevant short training courses at masters level. Awards are made as pump-priming support for the preparation and marketing of course materials. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 10 Feb 10 EQUIPMENT GRANTS Arthritis Research Campaign, GB These support the purchase of major items of equipment, costing in excess of £30,000, which will facilitate multiple projects. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 22 Feb 10 TRAVELLING FELLOWSHIPS Company of Biologists, GB These enable graduate students and post-docs in the field of developmental biology to make collaborative visits to other laboratories. Fellowships are worth up to £2,500 and cover the cost of travel and other expenses. Award amount max: £2500 Closing date: 31 Dec 09 TRAVELLING FELLOWSHIPS Company of Biologists, GB These enable graduate students and post-docs in the field of experimental biology to make collaborative visits to other laboratories. Fellowships are worth up to £2,500 and cover the cost of travel and other expenses. Award amount max: £2500 Closing date: 31 Dec 09 STUDY VISITS Experimental Psychology Society, GB These are designed to help finance postgraduate and postdoctoral research in experimental psychology. Individual grants will be for a maximum of £1,200, with up to £100 extra available for actual costs incurred in visiting an institution. Award amount max: £1300 Closing date: 01 Mar 10 TRAVEL GRANTS Guarantors of Brain, GB These are for clinical and non-clinical neuroscientists, normally aged under 40 and based in the UK, wishing to attend scientific meetings to present original work. Grants are awarded a maximum grant of £400 to £800, depending on the destination. Award amount max: £800 Closing date: No deadline TRAVEL GRANTS Obstetric Anaesthetists’ Association, GB The grants assist those who have abstracts, posters or papers accepted at meetings or have been invited to participate in an overseas educational course. The awards have a maximum value of £500 each. Award amount max: £500 Closing date: 31 Jan 10
  2. 2. SPECIALISTGRANTS BUPA Foundation, GB The research theme for 2010 is: advance thinking and practice on dementia. Up to £750,000 is available for a period of one to three years. Award amount max: £750000 Closing date: 28 Feb 10 SYSTEMATICS RESEARCH FUND Linnean Society, GB Small grants of up to £1,500 are available. Award amount max: £1500 Closing date: 31 Jan 10 SCIENTIFIC EXCHANGE AWARDS Arthritis Research Campaign, GB These enable scientists employed on ARC project or programme grants or holders of fellowships to spend up to four weeks in another institution, preferably, but not necessarily, in the UK. Grants will cover the full or partial costs of the visit, up to a maximum of £2,000. Award amount max: £2000 Closing date: No deadline NORMAN ALDRIDGE TRAVELLING FELLOWSHIP British Toxicology Society, GB The fellowship aims to provide funding for a young EU-based scientist to visit one or two key laboratories to advance and broaden their research in toxicology. Up to £1,000 is available. Award amount max: £1000 Closing date: No deadline PERCY SLADEN MEMORIAL FUND GRANTS Linnean Society, GB The fund supports field work abroad (away from the awardee's usual country of residence) in the Earth and life sciences. Grants are generally for sums of less than £750. Award amount max: £750 Closing date: 30 Jan 10 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING SCHOLARSHIPS FOR HAEMATOLOGY PROFESSIONALS British Society for Haematology, GB Scholarships are designed to support attendance at the society's annual scientific meeting. A maximum of £500 will be available for each scholar to cover costs for registration, travel and accommodation. Award amount max: £500 Closing date: 01 Mar 10 RONALD RAVEN BARBER'S AWARD Royal College of Surgeons of England, GB This assists trainee surgeons wishing to travel abroad to develop their skills through special education or training of an innovative nature. It is likely that two grants of £1,500 each will be made per annum. Award amount max: £1500 Closing date: 05 Mar 10 PRINCESS OF WALES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP British Blood Transfusion Society, GB The award is open to individuals working outside the UK who wish to further their training, education or professional development in transfusion medicine by visiting institutions in the UK and attending the BBTS annual scientific meeting. Grants will be for a maximum of £2,000 each. Award amount max: £2000 Closing date: 31 Mar 10 HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ASSESMENT CLINICAL EVALUATION AND TRIALS Department of Health including NIHR (DH), GB The aim of the trials is to assess the effectiveness of technologies within the NHS. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 14 Jan 10 NIHR FELLOWSHIP SCHEME Department of Health including NIHR (DH), GB Fellowships are available at four levels: NIHR doctoral research fellowship; NIHR postdoctoral fellowship; NIHR career development fellowship and NIHR senior research fellowship. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 11 Jan 10 APPLEYARD FUND Linnean Society, GB Approximately £2,500 per year is available from which grants are made towards the expenses of research projects in the fields of botany or zoology. Fellows and associates of the society who are not in full-time employment as biologists are eligible to apply. Award amount max: £2500 Closing date: 31 Mar 10 ASTRAZENECA YOUNG SCIENTIST FRANK ROSE AWARD British Association for Cancer Research, GB This recognises the achievements of a young scientist in any field of cancer research. The prize is worth £1,000, as well as the opportunity to present an oral paper at the annual National Cancer Research Institute cancer conference with all expenses paid. Award amount max: £1000 Closing date: 17 Mar 10 TRAVELLING SCHOLARSHIP Society for the Study of Addiction, GB
  3. 3. The aim of this scholarship programme is to enable a younger member of the society to travel to international meetings, laboratories or clinics in order to further their training. Up to £2,500 is available. Award amount max: £2500 Closing date: 01 Mar 10 NEW INVESTIGATOR SCHEME Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, GB This assists early-career researchers, ie newly employed university lecturers, fellows and researchers in in stitutes of BBSRC at band 5 or above (and their equivalents in Medical Research Council and Natural Environment Research Council institutes), to secure their first major element of funding for research. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 13 Jan 10 SMALL RESEARCH GRANTS BioSocial Society, GB These support postgraduate fieldwork or data collection in biosocial research areas. Up to £750 is available. Award amount max: £750 Closing date: 29 Jan 10 CONFERENCE FUNDING BioSocial Society, GB This provides grants to support the cost of participation in biosocial conferen ces. Awards are worth up to £250. Award amount max: £250 Closing date: 29 Jan 10 VISITING BIOCHEMIST BURSARIES Biochemical Society, GB These support research capacity building in the field of biochemistry in developing parts of the world. Up to £2,000 is available. Award amount max: £2000 Closing date: 01 Mar 10 BIOMARKERS AND IMAGING DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENTPROJECT GRANTS Cancer Research UK, GB This scheme funds biomarker and imaging research. Applications should not exceed £100,000 per annum, or £500,000 in total for a five-year study. Award amount max: £500000 Closing date: 29 Mar 10 COMMUNICATING IMMUNOLOGY GRANTS British Society for Immunology, GB These enable individuals to host events aimed at communicating immunology to th e general public or schools. Up to £500 is available. Award amount max: £500 Closing date: 01 Apr 10 RHEUMATOLOGY TRAVEL AWARDS British Society for Rheumatology, GB The aim of the awards is to encourage travel to European conferences that may not otherwise have been possible, thereby supporting rheumatology research throughout Europe. There will be three awards per annum worth 2,000 euros each. Award amount max: €2000 Closing date: 01 Mar 10 GRAHAM BULL PRIZE IN CLINICAL SCIENCE Royal College of Physicians, GB The prize provides £1,000 for research workers under the age of 45 who have made a major contribution to clinical science. Award amount max: £1000 Closing date: 31 Mar 10 PRE-PREGNANCY HEALTH AND CARE IN ENGLAND: EXPLORING IMPLEMENTATION AND PUBLIC HEALTH IMPACT Department of Health including NIHR (DH), GB The aim of this call is to generate evidence on the implementation and public health impact of pre -pregnancy health and care before and between pregnancies in England. A budget of up to £400,000, excluding VAT, has been allocated to this study. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 13 Jan 10 RESEARCH TRAINING FELLOWSHIPS Dunhill Medical Trust, GB These provide training opportunities for talented clinicians, health professionals and scientists who wish to pursue a research career in the fields of ageing, rehabilitation or palliative care. Financial support will include either a PhD stipend or an individual’s salary for a period of three to four years, and up to £10,000 annually to cover research expenses, tuition and other fees. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 08 Jan 10 Belgium CALLS FOR PROPOSALS Innovative Medicines Initiative, BE Projects will address the predictivity of efficacy evaluation for oncology, diabetes, inflammation and infectious diseases, and knowledge m anagement. The overall budget for the period 2008-2017 is 2 billion euros. The funding for the second call will be 156.3 million euros. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 08 Feb 10
  4. 4. MARIE CURIE CO-FUNDING OF REGIONAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMMES European Commission Framework programme 7: People, BE Proposals may address existing transnational fellowship programmes or new fellowship programmes with transnational mobility. The indicative budget for this call is 75 million euros. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 18 Feb 10 BERTELSON AWARD European Society for Cognitive Psychology, BE This recognises a significant contribution to the field by a candidate under 35 years of age. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 01 Apr 10 BO HOLMSTEDT MEMORIAL LECTURE Eurotox – Federation of National Societies of Toxicology in Europe, BE Nominations must be submitted by national society members, members of the Eurotox speciality sections or at least three individual Eurotox members. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 29 Jan 10 CALL FOR BIDS TO HOST THE 2015 EUROTOX CONGRESS Eurotox – Federation of National Societies of Toxicology in Europe, BE Proposals should aim to create an awareness of toxicology topics among local organisations, industries and government authorities, and share the cultural heritage of the location with participants. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 29 Jan 10 Germany EUROPEAN CLINICAL RESEARCH PROGRAMME ON INCRETINS, GUT PHYSIOLOGY AND PANCREATIC ISLETS IN TYPE TWO DIABETES European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes, DE Single non-profit institutions, or groups of institutions, from Europe and associated countries may apply. Grants are worth up to 400,000 euros over a maximum of three years. Award amount max: €400000 Closing date: 05 Jan 10 EFSD/LILLY RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes, DE Awards support research into metabolism and the complications of diabetes, as well as promoting medical education. Four fellowships, worth 50,000 euros each, are available. Award amount max: €50000 Closing date: 15 Feb 10 Netherlands SHORT STAY AND STUDY GRANT European Society for Organ Transplantation, NL This enables young researchers or clinicians to acquire a particular skill or technique in a European centre outside their own country. Grants are worth up to 3,000 euros each over a period of one to three months. Award amount max: €3000 Closing date: 01 Mar 10 Sweden TRAVEL GRANTS European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Organisation, SE These enable the authors of accepted abstracts to present their work at the EACCI congress. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 13 Jan 10 PHARF AWARD Uppsala Universitet, SE This recognises contributions towards a better understanding of allergic inflammation, as well as improved diagnostic procedures and treatment. The prize is worth $50,000. Award amount max: $50000 Closing date: 31 Dec 09 Switzerland GENERAL TRAVEL AWARDS European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases, CH These enable members to attend scientific meetings by contributing to travel, accommodation and registration costs. Awards are worth: 1,000 euros for intercontinental travel; 650 euros for travel within Europe; 200 euros for travel within the applicant's own country. Award amount max: €1000 Closing date: 01 Feb 10 DAME SHEILA SHERLOCK EASL SHORT-TERM TRAINING FELLOWSHIPS European Association for the Study of the Liver, CH These aim to enhance the mobility of investigators within different European institutions and to actively promote scientific exchange among research units in hepatology. The maximum yearly grant of 24,000 euros will be divided among awardees, and each award will last no longer than three months. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 15 Mar 10 FERRING RESEARCH INFERTILITY AND GYNAECOLOGY GRANTS Ferring Pharmaceuticals, CH These support fundamental research in the area of fertility and gynaecology with a different theme set for each biennial grant. The theme for the 2010 is reducing multiple pregnancies following infertility treatment. Grants are worth 50,000 euros each.
  5. 5. Award amount max: €50000 Closing date: 31 Mar 10 United States INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH GRANTS PROGRAM Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, US The program is designed to promote innovative research that has a high potential to significantly advance the knowledge of Parkinson’s disease but little likelihood of securing funding through more traditional sources. Awards are worth up to $75,000 per year for two years. Research grants are also eligible for an additional ten percent in indirect costs. Award amount max: $165000 Closing date: 02 Feb 10 RESEARCH AWARDS Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation, US These awards honor scientists who have made significant contributions in basic or clinical research in diseases that are the main cause of death and disability. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 01 Feb 10 DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF PET AND SPECT IMAGING LIGANDS AS BIOMARKERS FOR DRUG DISCOVERY AND FOR PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES OF CNS DISORDERS (R21) NIH: National Institute of Mental Health, US The R21 program will support organizations that propose the development of novel radioligands for positron emission tomography or single photon emission computed tomography imaging in human brain, and that incorporate pilot or clinical feasibility evaluation in pre-clinical studies, model development, or clinical studies. Direct costs are limited to $275,000 over a two-year R21 project period. Award amount max: $275000 Closing date: 16 Feb 10 INNOVATIVE AND EARLY-STAGE DEVELOPMENTOF EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN BIOSPECIMEN SCIENCE (R21) NIH: National Cancer Institute, US Grant applications should propose technically innovative feasibility studies focused on early stage development of cancer-relevant technologies that address the issues related to pre-analytical variations in the collection, processing, handling, and storage of biospecimens or its derivatives. Award amount max: $550000 Closing date: 23 Feb 10 APPLICATION AND EARLY STAGE DEVELOPMENTOF EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN CANCER RESEARCH (R21) NIH: National Cancer Institute, US This funding opportunity announcement solicits grant applications proposing exploratory research projects on the initial application of emerging analytical technologies as laboratory or clinical tools. Direct costs are limited to $275,000 over an R21 two-year period, with no more than $200,000 in direct costs allowed in any single year. Award amount max: $275000 Closing date: 23 Feb 10 SIGMA THETA TAU INTERNATIONAL/REHABILITATION NURSING FOUNDATION GRANT Sigma Theta Tau International, US The purpose is to encourage research related to rehabilitation nursing. The grant is worth up to $4,000. Award amount max: $4000 Closing date: 01 Feb 10 VALIDATION AND ADVANCED DEVELOPMENTOF EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES FOR CANCER RESEARCH (R33) NIH: National Cancer Institute, US This funding opportunity announcement solicits grant applications proposing exploratory research projects to evaluate the performance of emerging molecular analysis technologies and develop applications for an appropriate cancer- relevant biological system. Direct costs may not exceed $300,000 per year, for a maximum of three years. Award amount max: $900000 Closing date: 23 Feb 10 VALIDATION AND ADVANCED DEVELOPMENTOF EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN BIOSPECIMEN SCIENCES (R33) NIH: National Cancer Institute, US Grant applications should propose technically innovative feasibility studies focused on the advanced development and validation of cancer-relevant technologies. An applicant for an R33 grant may request a project period of up to three years. Direct costs may not exceed $300,000 for any given year. Award amount max: $900000 Closing date: 23 Feb 10 DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF PET AND SPECT IMAGING LIGANDS AS BIOMARKERS FOR DRUG DISCOVERY AND FOR PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES OF CNS DISORDERS (PHASED INNOVATION AWARD [R21/R33]) NIH: National Institute of Mental Health, US Phased innovation R21/R33 applications should propose the development of novel radioligands for positron emission tomography or single photon emission computed tomography imaging in the human brain. Direct costs are limited to $175,000 per year for the R21 phase and $500,000 per year for the R33 phase, and neither phase can last longer than three years. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 16 Feb 10 DEVELOPMENT, APPLICATION, AND EVALUATION OF PREDICTION MODELS FOR CANCER RISK AND PROGNOSIS (R21) NIH: National Cancer Institute, US
  6. 6. The purpose of this R21 funding opportunity announcement is to improve existing models for cancer risk and prognosis by developing innovative research projects that use existing data; develop new models for cancer risk and prognosis; and validate new models and evaluate their utility in research and clinic settings. Award amount max: $275000 Closing date: 16 Feb 10 DEVELOPMENT, APPLICATION, AND EVALUATION OF PREDICTION MODELS FOR CANCER RISK AND PROGNOSIS (R01) NIH: National Cancer Institute, US The purpose of this R01 funding opportunity announcement is to improve existing models for cancer risk and prognosis by developing innovative research projects that use existing data; develop new models for cancer risk and prognosis; and validate new models and evaluate their utility in research and clinic settings. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 05 Feb 10 PRIORITIZING MOLECULAR TARGETS FOR CANCER PREVENTION WITH NUTRITIONAL COMBINATIONS (R01) NIH: National Cancer Institute, US Projects proposed in response to this FOA must aim to enhance our understanding about the dynamic interrelationship that exists between bioactive food components and cancer prevention. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 05 Feb 10 EPIGENETIC APPROACHES IN CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY (R01) NIH: National Cancer Institute, US The purpose of this funding opportunity announcement is to support R01 research applications that propose to evaluate profiles of methylation, histone modifications and micro RNA and their association with the risk of developing cancer in different populations. Projects may not last longer than five years. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 05 Feb 10 EPIGENETIC APPROACHES IN CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY (R01): AIDS-RELATED NIH: National Cancer Institute, US The purpose of this funding opportunity announcement is to support Aids-related R01 research applications that propose to evaluate profiles of methylation, histone modifications and micro RNA and their association with the risk of developing cancer in different populations. Projects may not last longer than five years. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 07 Jan 10 EPIGENETIC APPROACHES IN CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY (R21) NIH: National Cancer Institute, US The purpose of this funding opportunity announcement is to support R21 research applications that propose to evaluate profiles of methylation, histone modifications and micro RNA and their association with the risk of developing cancer in different populations. Projects may request $275,000 in funding over two years. Award amount max: $275000 Closing date: 16 Feb 10 RISE-UP RESEARCH AWARD Association for Psychological Science, US The purpose is to cultivate scholarly research in psychological fields related to socially and economically under- represented populations. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 21 Jan 10 TRANSLATIONAL TOOLS FOR CLINICAL STUDIES OF CAM INTERVENTIONS (R01) NIH: National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, US The purpose is to encourage investigator-initiated applications that propose to develop, enhance, and validate translational tools to facilitate rigorous study of complementary and alternative medicine approaches that are in wide use by the public. A maximum of $300,000 per year may be requested. The total project period may not exceed five years. Award amount max: $1500000 Closing date: 23 Mar 10 DEVELOPMENT, APPLICATION, AND EVALUATION OF PREDICTION MODELS FOR CANCER RISK AND PROGNOSIS (R01): AIDS-RELATED NIH: National Cancer Institute, US The purpose of this R01 Aids-related funding opportunity announcement is to improve existing models for cancer risk and prognosis by developing innovative research projects that use existing data; develop new models for cancer risk and prognosis; and validate new models and evaluate their utility in research and clinic settings. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 07 Jan 10 OBESITY POLICY RESEARCH: EVALUATION AND MEASURES (R01) NIH: National Cancer Institute, US This funding opportunity announcement encourages R01 applications that propose to conduct evaluation research on obesity-related natural experiments, or develop and validate relevant community-level measures. The total project period for an application submitted in response to this funding opportunity may not exceed five years. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 05 Feb 10 OBESITY POLICY RESEARCH: EVALUATION AND MEASURES (R01): AIDS-RELATED NIH: National Cancer Institute, US This funding opportunity announcement encourages R01 Aids-related applications that propose to conduct evaluation research on obesity-related natural experiments, or develop and validate relevant community-level measures. The total project period for an application submitted in response to this funding opportunity may not exceed five years.
  7. 7. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 07 Jan 10 OBESITY POLICY RESEARCH: EVALUATION AND MEASURES (R21) NIH: National Cancer Institute, US This funding opportunity announcement encourages R21 applications that propose to conduct evaluation research on obesity-related natural experiments, or develop and validate relevant community-level measures. Direct costs are limited to $275,000 over an R21 two-year period, with no more than $200,000 in direct costs allowed in any single year. Award amount max: $275000 Closing date: 16 Feb 10 OBESITY POLICY RESEARCH: EVALUATION AND MEASURES (R03) NIH: National Cancer Institute, US This funding opportunity announcement encourages R03 applications that propose to conduct evaluation research on obesity-related natural experiments, or develop and validate relevant community-level measures. Budgets for direct costs of up to $50,000 per year and a project duration of up to two years may be requested. Award amount max: $100000 Closing date: 16 Feb 10 PRIORITIZING MOLECULAR TARGETS FOR CANCER PREVENTION WITH NUTRITIONAL COMBINATIONS (R01): AIDS-RELATED NIH: National Cancer Institute, US Aids-related projects proposed in response to this FOA must aim to enhance our understanding about the dynamic interrelationship that exists between bioactive food components and cancer prevention. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 07 Jan 10 SEEK, TEST, AND TREAT: ADDRESSING HIV IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM (R01) NIH: National Institute of Mental Health, US This initiative solicits R01 applications to empirically test the seek, test, and treat paradigm in criminal justice populations. Direct costs will vary with the scope of the project and may exceed over $500,000 per year if warranted by the scope. A project duration of up to five years may be requested. Award amount max: $2500000 Closing date: 01 Apr 10 SELECTED TOPICS IN TRANSFUSION MEDICINE (R01) NIH: National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, US This R01 program encourages research grant applications from investigators who propose to study topics in blood banking and transfusion medicine aimed at improving the safety and availability of the blood supply and the practice of transfusion medicine. Projects may not last longer than five years. Award amount max: Not specified Closing date: 05 Feb 10

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