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2017-2019 J. Walter Juckett Scholar Award
The University of Vermont Cancer Center (UVMCC), through generous support fromthe Lake Champlain Cancer Research Organization (LCCRO), announces the availability of funds for the J.Walter Juckett Scholar Award. This two-year grant is awarded every other year to an investigator who has a demonstrated record of sustained productivity in cancer research.
Applications are limited to individuals who are Full Members of UVMCC and whose research activities align with the three established UVMCC Programs:
- Cancer Control and PopulationHealth Sciences (CCPHS)
- Host Factors and Tumor Progression (HFTP)
- MolecularMechanisms of Malignancy (MMM)
Investigators who are delinquent with required progress reporting on any previous awards are ineligible for new funding.
Proposed projects should not fall within the specific aims of any of the candidate’s currently funded projects. Applications will be reviewed by a UVMCC selection committee which includes members of the LCCRO Scientific Advisory Committee. Grants will be awarded on the basis of novelty, scientific merit, need, relevance to UVM Cancer Center programmatic initiatives and potential for future, peer-reviewed funding. A major criterion will be the perceived probability that the research project will lead to the submission of a fundable research grant application to NCI, NIH or similar major source of funds. Reviewers are instructed to look for:
- INNOVATION, first and foremost
- Investigator record of sustained productivity in cancer research and effectiveness of translational investigation
- Projects that are likely to be funded when submitted in grant application formto peer reviewed, extramural funding agencies, on the basis of results secured fromthe research funded by the J. Walter Juckett Scholar Award
- Projects that are clearly cancer related research
The award will be for $75,000 for a two year, non-renewable period. The funds may be used at the discretion of the awardee except as noted below. The two-year award period will be 1/1/2017- 12/31/2018.
- Salaries for individuals occupying faculty positions
- Research/laboratory supplies
- Shared Resource expenses
- Technical or laboratory staff salaries (including fringe benefits)
- Animal costs
- Patient related costs and stipends associated with the project
- Publication costs
- Equipment (up to $2,500)
- Research related contractual agreements
- Travel directly related to the aims of the project
- Equipment maintenance and service contracts
- Secretarial/administrative salaries
- Graduate and undergraduate student tuition and student fees
- Textbooks/coursebooks and periodicals
- Subscriptions to periodicals
- Membership dues
- Rental of office or laboratory space
- Recruiting and relocation expenses
- Construction, renovation, or maintenance of buildings/laboratories
- Food costs associated with meetings or conferences held by investigative team
Pre-Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Confirmation of eligibility to apply will be sent by Monday, September 12, 2016
Full Application Deadline: Monday, October 10, 2016
Notification of award will be sent by Monday, December 12, 2016. Award starts January 1, 2017
All interested investigators are required to submit a Pre-Application which includes a one-page concept summary as well as well as a biographical sketch in PHS 398. Upon administrative review, projects that are determined to meet the award criteria will be invited to submit a full application.
Please contact Ed North at email@example.com or 656-9450 with any questions.
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