UTSA faculty invited to submit NIH proposals
(Dec. 13, 2006)--The UTSA Minority Biomedical Research Support - Support of Continuous Research Excellence (MBRS-SCORE) program will submit five to seven new investigator-initiated research proposals to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) by Jan. 18.
MBRS-SCORE funds diverse biomedical and behaviorally related research projects.
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Full-time tenure-track and tenured faculty members, including those with research areas outside of biology and chemistry, are encouraged to submit proposals to the UTSA SCORE office by 5 p.m., Monday, Jan. 8, 2007, for review and selection as SCORE research proposals.
Read submission instructions at the UTSA SCORE Web site.
For information on the MBRS-SCORE program, visit the MBRS Awards Web site.
For information on research areas supported by NIH, visit the National Institutes of Health Web site.
For more information, contact Andrew Tsin, UTSA SCORE program director, at (210) 458-6635; Jennifer Maldonado, SCORE program senior administrative associate, at (210) 458-4185; or Noe Saldana, interim director of the Office of Sponsored Programs, at (210) 458-5194.
The next submission date for SCORE proposals is May 18.