Career Development Fellowship
Nephrotic Syndrome Study Network Career Development Fellowship
The NEPTUNE Career Development program is designed to support advanced post-doctoral and junior faculty trainees, or established investigators interested in redirecting their investigative focus, who are preparing to become independent investigators in clinical and translational research in human glomerular disease.
Successful applicants will design and carry out an individually tailored program that combines a clearly defined training component with a mentored research experience that employs the resources of NEPTUNE to address a question relevant to glomerular disease.
APPLICATION DUE DATE: December 16, 2021
NephCure Grant Program
NephCure Kidney International-NEPTUNE Ancillary Studies Grant Program
NephCure Kidney International (NKI) announces a research grant program to support investigator-initiated studies that employ NEPTUNE resources to advance clinical and translational research in glomerular disease. The program is open to all scientists, including those within and outside of the NEPTUNE Consortium. Proposed projects are limited to those that can be used to generate feasibility data to support advancement of promising future studies and projects to develop clinical assays, or protocols, or early phase clinical trials. NKI will provide funding of up to $150,000 direct cost per project after a competitive process to select the most meritorious project.
APPLICATION DUE DATE: Letter of Intent January 28, 2021
INFORMATIONAL SESSION: Thursday, December 10, 2020 from 10:00-11:00AM EST
Pilot and Feasibility Grants
George M. O'Brien Kidney Translational Core Center
The George M. O'Brien Kidney Translational Core Center at the University of Michigan invites proposals for pilot and feasibility (P&F) grants involving the pathophysiology, basicmechanisms, therapeutic approaches, translational studies and clinical outcomes of chronic kidney diseases. The intent of this pilot program is to provide seed monies for researchers to obtain subsequent extramural funding. If funded, the proposed start date for the P&F grants will be January 1, 2021.