The Developmental Research Program (DRP) and Pilot Grant (PG) Program will contribute to biomedical science in Nevada through research leading to publications and extramural funding. DRPs are primarily career development awards intended to lead to an independent researcher directing a sustained research enterprise. In order to achieve this, the DRP program requires a commitment of 6 person months effort to research and career development. PGs are smaller research awards available to fund a range of activities including preliminary studies for a grant proposal, the development of bioinformatics resources, authentic research experiences for undergraduate students, or research-based curriculum reform.
Developmental Research Projects
The DRP Program is a mentored career development program intended to advance the careers of Nevada researchers in biomedical sciences. The program provides research funding and a mentored pathway of milestones leading to publication submission of an NIH R-type grant proposal or equivalent proposal (NSF, American Heart Association, etc.). The project duration is 2 years, with the second year of funding contingent on the completion of all year 1 milestones. Direct costs up to $75,000 per year may be requested. For detailed information and application information, please see the DRP Funding Announcement.
The application is now closed. The next DRP solicitation will occur in Fall 2020 for funding beginning on April 1, 2021.
The Pilot Grant (PG) Program is a funding mechanism to engage faculty members and staff at NV INBRE Partner Institutions in research that will address biomedical sciences, increase the culture of research at these institutions, and provide research opportunities for undergraduate students. The duration of the project is up to 1 year and direct costs up to $10,000 may be requested. For detailed information and application information, please see the PG Funding Announcement.
THE APPLICATION IS NOW CLOSED. THE NEXT PG SOLICITATION WILL OCCUR IN FALL 2018 FOR FUNDING BEGINNING ON APRIL 1, 2019.
|Applicants with full time appointments from these NV INBRE Partner Institutions are eligible to apply:|
|University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine||Great Basin College|
|The University of Nevada, Reno||College of Southern Nevada|
|The University of Nevada, Las Vegas||Truckee Meadows Community College|
|Nevada State College||Western Nevada College|
|Sierra Nevada College|
**Please note that you may only submit to one program (DRP or PG), and you may only submit one proposal.**
Contact Jessica Garfield at email@example.com or (775)784-6544 with questions.
Previously Funded Projects
- Community-Based Participatory Research Approach to Colorectal Cancer Screening in Latino Populations
Paul Devereux (University of Nevada, Reno)
- An Investigation of Inhibitory Signaling With Relevance to Schizophrenia and Autism
Jeff Kinney (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
- Lifestyle Counseling for Cardiovascular Risk Reduction: An Intervention Sustainable in Today's Primary Care Setting
Doina Kulick (University of Nevada School of Medicine)
- Function of CP190 in Chromatin Insulators
Chi-Yun Pai (University of Nevada, Reno)
- Does Exercise Ameliorate the Effects of Early Life Stress on Drug Reward?
Laurel Pritchard (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
- Influence of Arginine and Lysine Modification on Protein-DNA Interactions
Jason Shearer (University of Nevada, Reno)
- Environmental Control of Body Size: the Role of SIK Proteins and Food Signals
Alexander van der Linden (University of Nevada, Reno)
- Roles and Regulation of a Shigella Protease, IcsP
Helen Wing (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
- The Role of Notch Protein in Adult Neuroplasticity
Andrew Andres (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
- Roles of p24 Proteins in Glycosylation and Extracellular Signaling Pathways
Patricia Berninsone (University of Nevada, Reno)
- Senescence Signaling Through P53
Ronald Gary (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
- Novel Extracellular Proteins in Axon Guidance
Thomas Kidd (University of Nevada, Reno)
- Prominin-1 (CD133) as Therapeutic Cancer Target
Aurilio Lorico (Nevada Cancer Institute)
- Functional Analysis of SALL4 in Hematopoietic Differentiation and Leukemogenesis
Yupo Ma (Nevada Cancer Institute)
- Transcription Associated Mutagenesis in Cells Under Conditions of Arrested Growth
- Role of Mitochondrial Carrier Homologues (MtCH) in Apoptosis Regulation and Carcinogenesis
- Ischemia in Hibernators
Frank van Breukelen
- Graft Versus Host Disease and Anti-tumor Activity