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|Sponsor:||National Institutes of Health (NIH)|
|Award Title:||Shared Instrumentation Grant Program (S10)|
|Amount:|| $100,000 to $600,000
There is no upper limit on the cost of the instrument, but the maximum award is $600,000. Since the cost of the various instruments will vary, it is anticipated that the size of the award also will vary.
|Description:||The NCRR Shared Instrument Grant (SIG) program encourages applications from groups of NIH-supported investigators to purchase or upgrade a single item of expensive, specialized, commercially available instrumentation or an integrated system that costs at least $100,000. The maximum award is $600,000. Types of instruments supported include confocal and electron microscopes, biomedical imagers, mass spectrometers, DNA sequencers, biosensors, cell-sorters, X-ray diffraction systems, and NMR spectrometers among others.
Applications will be accepted that request funds to purchase or upgrade a single, commercially-available instrument or integrated instrument system which costs at least $100,000. There is no restriction on the number of applications an institution can submit to the SIG program each year provided the applications request different types of equipment. However, if two or more applications are submitted for similar equipment (for example, two 600 MHz NMR spectrometers) from the same institution, documentation from a high level institutional official must be provided stating that this is not an unintended duplication, but part of a campus wide institutional plan. A single application requesting more than one type of instrumentation (for example, a mass spectrometer and a confocal microscope or a new NMR and an upgrade to an existing NMR) will not be considered appropriate for this FOA and will not be reviewed.
|Number of Applicants University is Allowed to submit:||99|
|UM Nominations Process:||
Please include in your preliminary proposal:
1. Cover page including PI name, dept., e-mail, Instrument requested, amount requested.
2. Equipment/Instrumentation plan (2-3 pages). Provide an overview of the equipment requested and the instrumentation plan as is described in the solicitation (11 & 12 under "Section IV"; "6. Other Submission Requirements and Information").
3. Abbreviated Vitae of PI.
We will review all new applications as they come in and let you know as soon as possible if your application is different from those we have already.
|Peer Review Coordination:||Office of the VP for Research contact email|
|Status:|| PIs Selected. The following 99 PIs are the official UM nominees:
Joseph Dalluge, Chemistry
Stephen Schmechel, Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
|Please note:||To be considered for peer review and internal selection, faculty must follow the above submission guidelines and meet the UM deadline as set by the office coordinating the peer review for this opportunity.|
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