WEEK OF 3/27/17-3/31/17
Monday, March 27
11am RM S175 Coverdell Infectious Diseases Seminar:
2:30pm RM 107 Building 2315 PDRC Seminar:
3:30pm RM 236 CVM Physiology and Pharmacology Seminar: Dr. Gangian Qin (Department of Molecular Cardiology Program, University of Alabama, Birmingham) presents "Novel regulators of ischemic injury and repair"
Tuesday, March 28
Wednesday, March 29
Thursday, March 30
12pm RM 150 CVM Pathology Seminar:
Friday, March 31
New NIH Rigor and Transparency in Research Guidelines
For more information about the what to include in your grant pertaining to the new rigor and transparency guidelines, please refer to the attached informative overview of what NIH reviewers are looking for when evaluating proposals: NIH Rigor and Transparency Document.
The Collie Health Foundation is soliciting research grant proposals for research into canine health problems associated with the collie. OF particular interest is collie breed-specific research which includes but is not limited to: Gastric Volvulus-Torsion, Autoimmune Skin Disease and Dermatomyositis, Epilepsy, Infertility, Urinary Incontinence in spayed females, and MDR1 clinical application. We will consider quality research of any disease affecting the canine.
If you have such a project for which you would like to seek funding from the Collie Health Foundation, please fill out the Letter of Intent and/or the full application form. Our application process continues year-round.
Conact:Nancy L Kelso, DVM at email@example.com, 410-730-2122
Maddie's Fund® is interested in providing grants to U.S. Colleges of Veterinary Medicine for the discovery of new shelter medicine information that helps advance adoption guarantee shelter practices and methods. More information can be found here.