ITI calls for seed-grant applications

Preference will be given to grant applications that are interdisciplinary and that have a disease focus.

The Stanford Institute for Immunity, Transplantation and Infection is seeking grant proposals for research funding in the general areas of immunity, transplantation and infection.

The institute will give preference to grant applications that are interdisciplinary and that have a disease focus. In particular, it seeks proposals that address new areas of pediatric and obstetric research, along with pressing issues in transplant tolerance, allergies, infectious diseases, autoimmunity, aging and new methods for analyzing blood samples and other clinical samples.

 Faculty members with principal-investigator status are eligible for $50,000 seed grants; postdoctoral scholars, clinical fellows, research associates and instructors are eligible for $25,000 seed grants.

The deadline for submitting proposals is 5:30 p.m. July 27. For more information, contact Michele King at (650) 723-3084 or mking@stanford.edu.



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