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University of Kansas NIH COBRE Center for Molecular Analysis of Disease Pathways (CMADP) Research Project Competition
University of Kansas – National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Due Date: Letters of Intent 2/12/2018; Full Applications 3/26/2018

The COBRE Center for Molecular Analysis of Disease Pathways (CMADP) at the University of Kansas
provides participating investigators with research support, mentoring and access to Core Lab Services in a collegial, collaborative atmosphere. We anticipate being able to support up to three (3) new Research Projects at up to $125,000 direct costs per year for one year, renewable for a second year, starting May 17, 2018. Applications must describe a research project that fits well with the scientific theme of our Center and that will make good use of one or more of the CMADP Core Labs
(http://cmadp.cobre.ku.edu/cores). This competition is open to all full time, tenure-track, or tenured
faculty at KU-L, KSU, WSU or KUMC whose research embraces the molecular analysis of disease
pathways in the broadest sense.

Letters of Intent should be sent as a PDF via email to Cady Bush, COBRE CMADP Program Coordinator (cbush@ku.edu)

- URL: http://cmadp.cobre.ku.edu/research_project_RFA