Government and Academic Research Alliances
Creating Partnerships in Research
The Office supports research alliances at the University of Rochester—a leader and innovator in basic, translational, and clinical research and technology development.
CTSI Pilot Funding - Requests for Applications
CTSI Pilot Awards Program and CTSI Incubator Program requests applications for investigator-initiated pilot studies for faculty and trainees, UNYTE Translational Research Network grants and is introducing a new Clinical Trials Methods and Technologies grant. Deadline for applications is closed. Direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) awarded 19 Advanced Manufacturing Technology Planning Grants as part of their Advanced Manufacturing Technology Consortia (AMTech). This program was created to fund the development of technology aimed at strengthening US manufacturing and innovation performance across industries.
The University of Rochester, Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences was awarded a grant to study New York Photonics Manufacturing Initiatives. The goal is to lay the groundwork for a national institute dedicated to advancing and diffusing photonics-based manufacturing technologies in the United States. U.S. inventions such as fiber optics, photovoltaics, lasers, digital imaging, and flat panel displays have failed to lead in sales and has dropped to 10 percent world-wide. Developing advanced manufacturing technologies that both enable and leverage photonics technologies in the U.S. will strengthen their lead in this field.
Cornell University and the University of Rochester are pleased to announce a new pilot program to promote new inter-institutional, multidisciplinary collaborations in the domain area of “Immunity and Infection”. The pilot award is for one-year and includes up to $50k in total funding. (Deadline for applications is now closed and not accepting proposals at this time.)
Additional research news
Neuro Start-up Challenge: Seeking teams to accelerate the commercialization of federal agency brain-related inventions, spur economic growth, and provide Universities the means to develop their entrepreneurship-learning portfolio. Information session will be held on October 29 in Medical Center Class of '62 (G-9425).
GUIRR Webinar: NIH Blueprint Neurotherapeutics: A novel approach to early-stage drug discovery funding, Wednesday, July 30, 2014 1:00 p.m. EDT. Duration: 1 hour. Registration is required.