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NCATS Seeks Stem Cell Research Collaborators


NCATS seeks scientific investigators from the NIH intramural and extramural communities, as well as those from the biotech and pharmaceutical industry, to collaborate on stem cell research projects through its Stem Cell Translation Laboratory (SCTL). The SCTL is a state-of-the-art research facility designed to address the scientific and technological challenges in the induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) field. NCATS’ dynamic multidisciplinary staff apply their diverse scientific expertise to iPSC characterization and utilization. Find out How to Work with SCTL Staff. See How to Submit a Proposal. Learn More About the SCTL.

Funding Opportunity: Johns Hopkins & Kaiser Permanente Research Collaboration Grant


The Kaiser Permanente and Johns Hopkins Medicine Research Collaboration Committee is actively requesting research proposals to foster collaborative research between the two institutions and address complex and intriguing healthcare and clinical questions vexing our health systems.  Specifically, we are looking for research proposals that are aligned with both organizations’ strategies and present opportunities to prove the synergy of the Kaiser Permanente/Johns Hopkins collaboration.  We hope to identify and fund proposals that accomplish seminal research utilizing the unique capabilities that only two such organizations as Kaiser Permanente and Johns Hopkins have. Broadly, the goal is to support collaborative epidemiologic, health services … Continue reading

PURE Elsevier (formerly SCIVAL/JHU Experts Research Profiles)


This research tool (which uses the Elsevier PURE model) allows JHMI faculty to identify biomedical experts and their publications by areas of expertise. Designed to facilitate faculty research and project collaboration, the information is based on the published output indexed in the PubMed database. To view the site visit https://jhu.pure.elsevier.com/. If the answer to any of the questions below is yes, this database can likely help you: Do you need to put together multidisciplinary teams to tackle translational and big-science research projects? Could you use help to keep up with the constant influx of new faculty who might be working in an … Continue reading