Grants

 

Grant on Single Cell Analysis of Human Disease

 

The Suzanne Eichinger-Henke Donation is generously supporting a venture of the Faculty of Medicine at Tel Aviv University, to promote excellence in research between basic scientists (Preclinical Faculty of the Sackler School of Medicine) and hospital-based MDs and PhDs (with academic appointment at the Sackler School of Medicine) in the field of single cell analysis and human disease. This year the Research Fund will provide two seed money research grants for the amount of up to 40,000 NIS, supporting fundamental and translational research into the causes, mechanisms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease using single cell analysis.

 

Criteria – interactive collaboration between Preclinical Faculty (tenure-track PI) based at the Ramat Aviv TAU campus and hospital-based MD or PhD with academic appointment at the Sackler School of Medicine*. Only 1 application per PI can be submitted.

Proposals will be managed by the TAU Grant Committee and evaluated by outside reviewers.                                                                                                                                                                   

 

Application for seed money 40,000 NIS grant

Format for grant proposal

Scientific background, with an emphasis of the medical question.

Research aims.

Methodology.

Role of the Preclinical PI and the Clinical PI.

How will each PI contribute to the research goal?

Collaboration strategy.

Budget justification.

 

Limit up to 5 pages. References can be beyond the 5 pages.

CV of each participant – NIH Biosketch or TAU CV format

 

DEADLINE: January 1, 2020

Please upload application in 1 pdf file here

Grants committee: Prof. Karen Avraham, Prof. Benny Dekel

*If you are unsure if you fit this criteria, please contact Karen Avraham, prior to writing the proposal.

 

GOOD LUCK!

 

PDF of instructions

 

Submit application

 

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