CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – 2019 dates pending
The SNPRC Pilot Research Program provides opportunities and support for investigators to use SNPRC nonhuman primate resources in highly focused, short-term studies with a high likelihood of enhancing the value, utility, feasibility and attractiveness of nonhuman primates for biomedical research.
High priority is given to studies that propose to generate preliminary data for applications to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to support future research projects. Other studies that are considered responsive to the program’s goals include those that propose to develop new nonhuman primate models of disease, or develop and/or test new research methods, instrumentation or approaches for biomedical research using nonhuman primates.
The SNPRC Pilot Research Program accepts grant applications once per year. Reviews are conducted by a committee of SNPRC and external reviewers. Funding commences in May.
For more information about the program guidelines, click here.
Applicants should review this information thoroughly as the terms of the pilot grants and the application process have changed.
Please pass on information regarding this funding opportunity to any investigators that you think might be interested or to the appropriate department for faculty notification. Note that an investigator does not have to be associated with SNPRC or its host institution, Texas Biomedical Research Institute, to qualify for consideration.
Important Dates/Timeline: 2019 Competition
- TBA – Submit Letter of Intent (LOI)
- TBA – Notification of Approval to Submit Application
- TBA – Submit Completed Application
- TBA- Scientific Review Meeting
- TBA- Earliest Funding Start Date