Nevada INBRE Scientific Core Service Awards

IDEA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence

Scientific Core Service Awards

The Nevada INBRE is seeking applicants for Scientific Core Service Awards to foster your research, publications and grants.

Services will be provided by the Nevada Center for Bioinformatics, the Mick Hitchcock Ph.D. Nevada Proteomics Center, the Nevada Genomics Center at UNR and/or the Genomics Center at UNLV. You may request a maximum of $2,000 in services from the Proteomics and/or Genomics Cores and a maximum of $5,000 from the Bioinformatics Core.  Applicants may request services from more than one core in one application, but the request cannot exceed the maximum limits stated.  No award will be issued for more than $5,000.  

Applications must be received by 5:00 PM October 5, 2018

Awards will be issued by mid-October 2018, and must be utilized by December 31, 2018.  Additional award opportunities will be available in January 2019.  

Any researcher at Nevada INBRE Partner Institutions (CSN, GBC, NSC, SNC, TMCC, UNLV, UNR, WNC) needing scientific core services or support.  

Please complete the short Scientific Core Service Award Application online which includes submitting a one-page  proposal that must cover the following points: 

  1. Description of the entire project, including any deadlines if applicable
  2. Description of core services/applications needed
  3. Relevance of the project to PI's research
  4. Undergraduate/graduate student and/or post-doctoral participation
  5. Future plans for additional (federal) funding  

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

  • Priority will be given to unfunded investigators or investigators that can provide matching funds for the service award.
  • Residents, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows are welcome to apply
  • Any material presented or published on this work requires a NV INBRE funding acknowledgement
  • Awardees will be required to present their data/research at an annual seminar.
  • Awardees will be required to complete a report for the NV INBRE in November/December regarding publications, presentations, and grants applied for and/or awarded as a result of this service award.  

Bioinformatics Pre-Proposal Support Service Awards

The Nevada INBRE is offering Pre-Proposal Support Service Awards to help investigators write grant proposals and generate cost estimates for core usage upon funding.   You may request up to $1,000 to gain assistance with experimental design, to obtain a letter of support for your grant application, or for contributions to the Bioinformatics section of your grant application.


**Please note that this award does not include the generation or analysis of preliminary data. **


This is a rolling application that will remain open as long as the Core is able to provide services.  Applications must be submitted AT LEAST 4 weeks before the grant proposal deadline in order to be considered.  

Any researcher at Nevada INBRE Partner Institutions (CSN, GBC, NSC, SNC, TMCC, UNLV, UNR, WNC) with the above needs is eligible to apply. 

Please complete the Bioinformatics Pre-Proposal Support Service Award Application online  which includes a short description of the following: 

  1. Name of PI(s), Institution, Department
  2. Name of grant's sponsoring agency and theme (if applicable)
  3. Description of the entire project and bioinformatics services anticipated 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • Awards are open to researchers at all NV INBRE Partner Institutions (CSN, GBC, NSC, SNC, TMCC, UNLV, UNR, WNC)
  • Priority will be given to unfunded investigators or investigators that can provide matching funds for the service award.Residents, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows are welcome to apply
  • Any material presented or published on this work requires a NV INBRE funding acknowledgement
  • Awardees will be required to complete a report for the NV INBRE in November/December regarding publications, presentations, and grants applied for and/or awarded as a result of this service award.
  • Any material presented or published on this work requires a NV INBRE funding acknowledgement.