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Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging 201 4 Mitzi & William Blahd, MD Pilot Research Grant
Application Window: November 1–February 28, 2014
The pilot research grant is designed to help a basic or clinical scientist in the early stages of their career conduct research that may lead to further funding.
Grants can be used for salary support of the principal investigator, as well as direct costs of supplies and equipment.
Support is not provided for salaries of other research personnel, or for indirect costs.
This grant provides $25,000 for one year and is made possible by support from the Education and Research Foundation for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging.
This application must be completed in its entirety and submitted along with:
o Principal investigator 's current curriculum vitae
o A research abstract and a detailed research proposal not to exceed 10 pages, excluding references.
o One letter of recommendation from the program director or research supervisor.
o One letter of recommendation from a professional colleague.
o Applicant must be a member of SNMMI at the time of award.
o Basic or clinical scientists with an advanced degree, such as MD, PhD, or equivalent.
o The research may be done in any country.
o Applicants must hold a full-time position in an educational institution when the award starts.
o Applicants must be no more than five years post nuclear medicine/molecular imaging training.
o Applicant must not have served as the principal investigator of a peer- reviewed grant for more than $50,000 in a single calendar year.
o Preference will be given to individuals who have demonstrated great potential for a research career in the field of nuclear medicine/molecular imaging and whose research focuses on translational in vivo studies that include radionuclide imaging or therapy.
Applicants will be evaluated on:
- Relevance: proposal is highly relevant to the grant description
- Originality: how innovative is the proposed project?
- Importance: advances clinical care or makes a significant contribution to scientific knowledge or understanding of disease
- Methods: sound methodology that is likely to prove the hypothesis
- Likelihood of Success: applicant has the knowledge/skills, resources to successfully conclude this project
No grantee may receive more than one research grant in any one year. Likewise no other grant request will be considered until a satisfactory summary of an earlier grant is received.
2014 Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Pre-doctoral Molecular Imaging Scholar Program
Application timeframe: October 1, 2013–January 31, 2014
The pre-doctoral program supports a research scholar in an established molecular imaging lab that will apply molecular imaging approaches (including tool development) to investigate biological pathways in disease models. The objective is to encourage the integration of imaging approaches in the research of molecular pathways of disease.
Support is not provided for salaries of other research personnel, or for indirect costs
This $45,000 grant provides $22,500 annually for two years and is made possible through a grant from the Education and Research Foundation for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging.
Winner notification is scheduled for March 2014; only one grant will be awarded.
o Principal investigator's current curriculum vitae.
o A research abstract and a detailed research proposal not to exceed 7pages, excluding references.
o Applicants must have advanced to candidacy in PhD or MD, or equivalent.
o Applicant must be a full-time student in an educational setting when the award starts.
o Preference will be given to individuals who have demonstrated great potential for a research career in the field of molecular imaging.
o Only one application per scholar is accepted. No grantee may receive more than one SNMMI research grant in any one year. Likewise no other research grant request or continuation will be considered until a satisfactory summary of an earlier grant is received.
Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging 2014 Robert E. Henkin Government Relations Fellowship
It is essential for any highly regulated profession to have leaders who have an understanding gained first-hand of the challenges that the practice of nuclear medicine faces. In America today, we produce a great number of skilled professionals. But too few of these individuals provide society with statesmanlike leadership and guidance in the public affairs arena.
The Robert E. Henkin Fellowship is designed to provide young professionals in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging direct personal exposure to government relations activities of the SNMMI as well as the state and federal legislative and regulatory process. The F ellowship is designed to provide gifted and highly motivated young nuclear and molecular imaging professionals with first- hand experience in the process of health policy development. For the purpose of this proposal, a young professional shall be defined as a resident or fellow (physician), a scientist or technologist who has completed their training within the last 10 years. Professionals who have been in the field for longer than ten years are not eligible.
Applications for the 2014 program will be accepted starting on September 1, 2013 with a closing date for submission of December 31, 2013. The Fellow will be selected at the SNMMI Mid-Winter meeting in Palm Springs, CA, with the Fellowship week to occur at a time mutually agreed upon between February 2014, and June 30, 2014. Expenses for the week will be paid and a stipend provided.