Research Management Group (RMG)

Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR)
Military Medical Photonics Program


***New $1.5M-$9M AFOSR funding opportunity for Stanford faculty with PI eligibility to support experiments to develop new applications of lasers and other light source technology to develop applications in medicine, photobiology, surgery, and closely related materials sciences. Proposals for work of up to three years duration to be conducted by interdisciplinary teams of physicians, biomedical scientists, physical scientists, and engineers are desired.***


# of applicants: unlimited


Timeline
Deadline: April 30, 2013, 3 p.m. EST via grants.gov
(note: the "closing date" on the grantsgov webpage is not the correct deadline. Please refer to the attached guidelines.)


Guidelines:

Download PDF file of the guidelines >>   PDF file
This file was downloaded by clicking on "full announcement" link at the top of the following grants.gov webpage.
http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do?&mode=VIEW&oppId=220474

 

Amount of funding:
AFOSR estimates up to 3 awards with an estimated dollar amount of $0.5M to $3M per year, subject to funding availability. The anticipated Period of Performance will be for three years, beginning after 1 October 2013.
Cost sharing is not required.

 

Eligibility:
Stanford faculty with PI eligibility
This announcement is primarily directed toward university-based institutions, although proposals from other recognized medical or scientific organizations and commercial companies are not precluded.
Collaborations with government, especially Defense-related, medical research agencies are desirable and encouraged.

Purpose:
AFOSR is seeking research proposals from medical and scientific organizations for research that is aimed at using lasers and other light source technology to develop applications in medicine, photobiology, surgery, and closely related materials sciences.

Subject to the availability of funds, awards made under this BAA will support experiments to develop new applications of lasers and other light sources to medicine and biological systems. Awards are anticipated to be in the form of grants or contracts.

Proposals for work of up to three years duration to be conducted by interdisciplinary teams of physicians, biomedical scientists, physical scientists, and engineers are desired. Applications to combat casualty care and other military medicine are a high priority. Proposals will be evaluated by peer review. Awards may take the form of grants or contracts.

 

Resources


Institutional Representatives

You must be prepared to submit your proposals via eSubmit for your institutional representatives* at least 5-working days** prior to the application receipt deadline. You are encouraged to notify your RPM as soon as possible that you will be submitting a proposal so he/she can begin to generate your budget and assist with other aspects of your application
*Medicine: RPM Assignments by department: http://med.stanford.edu/rmg/rpmmaster.html
*Other schools: OSR assignments: http://ora.stanford.edu/ora/osr/contact.asp
For upcoming limited submission NIH and other programs requiring an internal selection process:
http://med.stanford.edu/rmg/funding/limited_programs.html


Funding information resources for the Stanford community:

Links to webpages created for recent announcements, searchable funding databases, NIH, NSF, internal Stanford funding opportunities, etc.:
http://med.stanford.edu/rmg/funding/


Grants.gov@Stanford resources (setting up your computer, eSubmit)

http://ora.stanford.edu/grantsgov/default.asp

 


 


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