Funding Opportunity: Seed Grants for Research on Sex/Gender Differences in Immunology
Posted by: Crystal Williams on: January 7, 2019 | Print This Page
Johns Hopkins Specialized Center of Research Excellence in Sex Differences & The Foundation for Gender-Specific Medicine Request for Applications (RFA)
Applications Due March 18, 2019
SEED grants aim to promote basic, translational, clinical, population health and social science research on sex and gender differences in the immune system and its function and to facilitate the research careers of junior faculty on these topics across Johns Hopkins University.
The Johns Hopkins Specialized Center for Research Excellence (SCORE) in Sex and Age Differences in Immunity to Influenza (SADII) in collaboration with the Foundation for Gender-Specific Medicine plans to fund 2-3 seed grants of $50,000 each to enable junior faculty to:
- collect pilot data
- conduct feasibility studies
- conduct health sciences research
- and/or demonstrate interdisciplinary collaborations that would enhance applications for federal funding
Areas of research must broadly involve the immune system and could include, but are not limited to, aging, allergy, asthma, cancer, inflammatory diseases of diverse tissues and health conditions, autoimmunity, intersectionality, infectious diseases, pregnancy, and vaccinology. These can be studies involving basic biomedical research, clinical research, epidemiological analyses (including secondary data analyses), health services or social sciences research.
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