Research Management Group (RMG)

Stanford Internal Funding Opportunities:
Pilot Projects, Developmental Projects, Seed Grants,
Fellowships and Training Programs

This webpage contains internal Stanford: Pilot Grants, Developmental Projects, and Seed Grants for faculty; Postdoctoral fellowships and training programs; and Graduate Student dissertation grants and fellowships offered by Stanford departments, institutes and programs.

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Spreadsheet containing over internal Stanford funding opportunities offered throughout the year:
Download list   Excel  (02/12/2019)

Institutional representatives: you do not need to submit your internal Stanford funding opportunity proposals through your institutional representative (RPM in RMG; OSR contract officer). You can submit them directly to the programs per their instructions. (PDRF forms will only be needed for PIs who are selected for funding.)

 

Programs Currently Accepting Applications             

Arranged by category:
For Faculty
For multiple positions (including faculty)
For Postdoctoral and/or Clinical Fellows-fellowships and training programs
For Graduate Students
For Medical Students
For Undergraduate Students


Programs For faculty

Office of International Affairs
International Research Exploration Fund Seed Grants
Amount of funding:
up to $15,000
Eligibility: Faculty who are members of the Academic Council or faculty from the Medical Center Line. This is open to all faculty from all Stanford schools. Faculty members who have an active OIA grant are not eligible.
Purpose: to provide funds for faculty to pursue new or existing international research goals. The purpose of the fund is to help faculty expand their international network of researchers through early-stage research projects. See the guidelines for examples of challenges.
Questions? Contact Pauline Larmaraud at PLARM@stanford.edu
Deadline: Feb. 15, 2019
Guidelines

The Wallace H. Coulter Translational Research Grant Program at Stanford University: 
Stanford Coulter-Translational Research Grants
Amount of funding: up to $100,000 for 1 year
Purpose:  to support collaborative translational research projects that involve co-principal investigators from the Department of Bioengineering and a clinical department in the School of Medicine. The goal of this program is to encourage research that addresses unmet clinical needs and leads to improvements in health care and to commercial products. Examples of desirable outcomes include inventions, patents, improved diagnosis and treatment of disease, commercial products, licenses, commercial partnerships and startup companies.
Eligibility: Each proposal must have at least two co-investigatorsone with a full, joint, or courtesy UTL, MCL, and NTL-Research faculty appointment in the Department of Bioengineering at Stanford; and at least one with a full, joint, or courtesy UTL, MCL, NTL-Research or Clinician Educator faculty** appointment in a clinical department in the School of Medicine.   
(**CE faculty PI waivers are not needed for internal Stanford funding opportunities.). Other team members (grad students, postdocs, research staff, etc.) may be listed on the proposal.
Questions? They strongly encourage applicants to discuss their proposal with Coulter Program Director, Gordon Saul (gsaul@stanford.edu), prior to submission. For questions about the application process, contact Linda Lucian at llucian@stanford.edu.
Deadline:  Feb. 18, 2019, before midnight
Guidelines:
https://bioengineering.stanford.edu/research/affiliate-programs/stanford-coulter-translational-research-grants/apply

France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies (FSCIS)
Collaborative Projects

Amount of funding: $15,000 for one year for academic year 2019-2020
Eligibility: Stanford faculty from all disciplines with PI eligibility.
Applications must be submitted jointly by researchers affiliated with accredited institutions in France (universities, Grandes Ecoles, organizations like INRIA, INSERM, CNRS for example) and faculty in any Stanford department. 
Disciplines: humanities, social sciences, sciences (including biomedical research), engineering, business and law 
Questions? Contact the Center’s Director, Jessica Riskin jriskin@stanford.edu or the Program Manager, Isabelle Collignon at francestanford@stanford.edu.
Deadline: March 1, 2018
Guidelines:
http://francestanford.stanford.edu/collaborative_projects

France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies (FSCIS)
2019-2020 Conferences
Eligibility: Stanford faculty from all disciplines with PI eligibility.
Conferences, to be held at Stanford or at any French research institution, should address significant issues of common interest to scholars from France and Stanford, and particularly, but not exclusively, those subject to differences of disciplinary or interdisciplinary approach in or between the two countries. 
Please note that in selecting conferences to fund, the Center gives some weight to ensuring an overall balance between (1) conferences held at Stanford and those held in France and (2) those primarily concerning the sciences and those primarily concerning the humanities.
Disciplines: humanities, social sciences, sciences (including biomedical research), engineering, business and law 
Questions? Contact the Center’s Director, Jessica Riskin jriskin@stanford.edu or the Program Manager, Isabelle Collignon at francestanford@stanford.edu.
Deadline: March 1, 2019
Guidelines:
http://francestanford.stanford.edu/conferences

Stanford Maternal and Child Research Institute (MCHRI)
Faculty Scholar Program
$100,000 per year for up to 5 years
Eligibility: To be eligible for the award, the applicant must meet these criteria:
Be mid- to late- Assistant, or early Associate Professors appointed as Non-Tenure Line, Research (NTLR), University Tenure Line (UTL) or Medical Center Line (MCL) Faculty within the School of Medicine
Be a member of MCHRI. Visit here to apply for MCHRI Membership.
Have a track record of focusing the majority of their research on maternal or child health*
*Maternal and child refers to the expectant mother, oocyte, zygote, embryo, fetus, infant, child and adolescent. All areas of research are eligible: basic, translational, clinical research, epidemiology/statistics, informatics, health services, or health policy.
Questions? Contact: MCHRI Administration at chri_admin@stanford.edu
Letter of intent Deadline: March 11, 2019
Full proposal (by invitation only) deadline:  June 1, 2019
Guidelines:
http://med.stanford.edu/chri/funding_opportunities/faculty_scholars_program.html

Stanford Maternal and Child Research Institute (MCHRI)
Harman Faculty Scholar Program
$100,000 per year for up to 3 years
This program supports mid-career Stanford faculty (associate professor) with Medical Center Line (MCL) appointments in clinical departments.
Eligibility: To be eligible for the award, the applicant must meet these criteria:
Be a mid-career Stanford faculty (associate professor) with Medical Center Line (MCL) appointments in clinical departments.
Hold a doctoral degree: MD or their equivalents
Be a member of MCHRI. Visit here to apply for MCHRI Membership.
Have a track record of focusing the majority of their research on maternal or child health*
An individual with an acting associate professor position in a clinical department may be eligible as long as his/her formal associate professor MCL faculty appointment is approved by the Provost Office by Sept. 1, 2019, the start date of the award.
*Maternal and child refers to the expectant mother, oocyte, zygote, embryo, fetus, infant, child and adolescent. All areas of research are eligible: basic, translational, clinical research, epidemiology/statistics, informatics, health services, or health policy.
Questions? Contact: MCHRI Administration at chri_admin@stanford.edu
Letter of intent Deadline: March 11, 2019
Full proposal (by invitation only) deadline:  June 1, 2019
Guidelines:
http://med.stanford.edu/chri/funding_opportunities/harman_faculty_scholars_program.html

Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute
Seed Grant Program

$100K/yr x 2 years (up to $200K)
We consider interdisciplinary seed grant research projects to involve at least two independent co-PI's who use different methodologies/approaches and/or work in different disciplines. The Neurosciences Institute encourages three strategic interfaces between neuroscience and other bastions of disciplinary strength at Stanford: 1) engineering and the quantitative sciences, 2) chemical and molecular biology, and 3) the social sciences, humanities and professional schools of education, law and business.
Eligibility: Teams of at least 2 Stanford faculty with PI eligibility [those with tenure line (UTL), medical center line (MCL) or research (NTLR) faculty appointments] may submit a letter of intent. Co-PI's should use different methodologies/approaches and/or work in different disciplines.
Clinician Educator (CE) Faculty at the rank of clinical assistant professor and above who are full-time Stanford employees with 100% CE faculty appointments are eligible to apply for seed grants. No waiver is required. Clinical Instructors in the Clinician Educator (CE) line are not eligible to apply.
Applicants should be Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Affiliates. Any interested Stanford faculty member is invited to Join the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute.
Each PI may participate in only one letter of intent.
Proposals that involve disciplines outside traditional basic and clinical neuroscience (e.g. law, education, business, public policy) are encouraged.
Letter of intent: March 25, 2019
Full proposal by invitation only: July 24, 2019
https://neuroscience.stanford.edu/research/programs/seed-grants/seed-grant-application-and-eligibility

Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research Institute (MCHRI)
Bridge Support Program
Amount of funding: Total award is up to $100,000 ($50,000 from the MCHRI and $50,000 cost shared from the applicant’s department) for one year. One proposal per applicant is accepted each cycle. Awards will be announced four to five weeks after the deadline.  Earliest award start date is the first day of the following month from the issuance of the NOA. The performance period is for no longer than 12 months.
Purpose: This provides maternal and child health researchers up to 1 year of funding to aid in the continuation of research projects so that progress may be made to obtain renewed or replacement funding. All projects must be significantly related to the health of expectant mothers and children. The applicant must be a pediatrician, obstetrician, a child* health subspecialist, or scientist who has a focus on, or plans to focus on, child1 health research.  (*Children” or “Child” refers to expectant mothers, oocyte, zygote, embryo, fetus, infant, child, and/or adolescent.)
Eligibility: Stanford Assistant Professor or above in the following lines with CE, MCL, NTLR, NTLT, UTL faculty appointments. All applicants must have legal residence in the United States (Applicants with H or J visas are eligible). Visiting Scholars are NOT eligible
Questions? Contact: MCHRI Administration at chri_admin@stanford.edu
Deadline: May 12, 2019; September 12, 2019
Guidelines

Intermountain-Stanford Collaboration Grants
Requests for Letters of intent for Travel Award
The purpose of the Intermountain Healthcare-Stanford Collaboration Travel Grant Program is foster affiliation between Intermountain Healthcare and Stanford Medicine by providing travel support for investigators to further explore potential areas of collaboration and joint investigation with designated contacts at the other organization. The application process is meant to be as easy as possible to facilitate rapid collaboration between investigators at the two institutions. 
Eligibility: Potential Principal Investigators, either from Stanford Medicine** or Intermountain Healthcare, can submit a letter of intent for travel support to further explore collaborations, which may lead to a joint research proposal. [**Stanford School of Medicine faculty with UTL, MCL, NTLR or CE appts.]
Questions regarding your research project: please contact intermountain-stanford-collab@stanford.edu.
Letters of intent
can be submitted anytime
Guidelines

Stanford Nano Shared Facilities (SNSF)
Bio/Medical Mini Seed Grants

Amount of funding: Maximum request up to $5,000, usually $2,000 - $3,000 in direct cost.
The objective of the Bio/Medical Mini Seed Grants for the SNSF is to encourage new users and new methodologies within the SNSF. Much of the groundbreaking research happens where different fields, technology and knowledge come together. SNSF is particularly interested in:
- supporting the application of our existing toolset to bio/medical research areas
- development of new techniques with our existing tool base to advance bio/medical research
Eligibility: Stanford University faculty holding University, Research, or Medical Center line positions. Preference will be given to new users of the Nano Shared Facilities (SNSF).
Questions? Contact Tobi Beetz at tobi@stanford.edu
Proposals are accepted on an ongoing basis as funds permit.
Guidelines

Programs for multiple positions (some include faculty)

France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies (FSCIS)
2019-2020 Visiting Junior Scholar Fellowship
Amount of funding: up to $7,000
Eligibility: 
(1) Scholars who have completed a PhD no more than three years from the date of applying for the fellowship and who hold a tenure-track/permanent (rather than post-doctoral) position. These may be Stanford-based scholars seeking a research visit at a French institution or scholars based in a French institution seeking a research visit at Stanford.
(2) Postdoctoral students. These may be Stanford-based postdocs seeking a research visit at a French institution or postdocs based in a French-institution seeking a research visit at Stanford.
All Visiting Junior Scholar Fellows are expected to pursue projects that will take on the order of 2 to 4 months to complete (see the guidelines) 
Disciplines: humanities, social sciences, sciences (including biomedical research), engineering, business and law
Questions? Contact the Center’s Director, Jessica Riskin  jriskin@stanford.edu or the Program Manager, Isabelle Collignon at francestanford@stanford.edu.
Deadline: March 1, 2019
Guidelines:
http://francestanford.stanford.edu/fellowships/visiting_junior_scholar

Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research Institute (MCHRI)
Pilot Grants Program
The Stanford Child Health Research Institute (CHRI) Pilot Grants funds innovative maternal and child health-focused clinical and translational research in the following categories:
Category I:     Pilot Early Career ($35K)- Instructors, Assistant Professors
Category II:    New Ideas for Mid/Senior Investigators ($35K)-Associate Professors and Full Professors
All projects must be significantly related to the health of expectant mothers and children. The
applicant must be a pediatrician, obstetrician, a child** health subspecialist, or scientist who has
a focus on, or plans to focus on, child** health research.
General eligibility: 
All applicants must have, or plan on, having a focus on maternal child** health research.
All applicants must be a CHRI Member*, or his/her Primary Research Mentor must be a CHRI Member*.
A Primary Research Mentor must be identified for Instructors or Assistant professors.
*CHRI Membership Application at http://med.stanford.edu/chri/members/how-to-apply.html
Not eligible: Clinician Educators (CEs); Visiting scholars to Stanford; Senior Research Scientists, Research Associates/Assistants (see the guidelines for additional details)
Types of research: Research must be primarily related to maternal child health. **Child refers to the expectant mother, oocyte, zygote, embryo, fetus, infant, child and adolescent.  All areas of research are eligible: basic, translational, clinical research, epidemiology/statistics, informatics, health services, or health policy. 
Questions? Contact: MCHRI Administration (chri_admin@stanford.edu, 650-724-6891)
Deadline: April 1, 2019 5 p.m.
Guidelines:
https://med.stanford.edu/chri/funding_opportunities/grant-support.html

Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research Institute (MCHRI) 
Clinician Educator (CE) Grants Program  
Amount of funding: up to $35,000 for one year
Purpose: The Clinician Educator (CE) Grants Program is here to encourage, develop, and support CE’s to pursue clinical research studies that promote their ability to achieve external funding for the area of their proposed work. Applications may include involvement of other Allied Health Professionals.
Eligibility: Clinical InstructorClinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Associate Professor and Clinical Professors.
All applicants must have or plan on having a focus on maternal child health research, or wish to expand their interest in maternal child health research.
A Primary Research Mentor must be identified for Clinical Instructor & Assistant professors.
All applicants must be a CHRI Member*, or his/her Primary Research Mentor must be a MCHRI Member*. The mentor should be at the Associate Professor or Professor rank.
Visiting scholars are not eligible. 
All applicants must have legal residence in the United States. (Applicants with H or J visas are eligible).
*MCHRI Membership Application at http://med.stanford.edu/chri/members/how-to-apply.html
 Types of research:  Research must be primarily related to maternal child health. Child refers to the expectant mother, oocyte, zygote, embryo, fetus, infant, child, and/or adolescent.
The following areas of research are eligible:
-Patient-oriented research
-Epidemiological and behavioral studies
-Outcomes research and health services research
Questions?  Contact: MCHRI Administration (chri_admin@stanford.edu, 650-724-6891)
Deadline: April 1, 2019, 5 p.m.
Guidelines:
http://med.stanford.edu/chri/funding_opportunities/CEGrantProgram.html

Stanford Health Policy
The Rosenkranz Prize

Amount of the prize: US$100,000 over a two-year period.
The Dr. George Rosenkranz Prize is awarded to a young Stanford researcher whose work aims to improve health care in the developing world. The prize is not simply a financial resource—it will also give its recipients an incubating network as they develop their careers. 
Eligibility: intended for young Stanford researchers — research associates, postdoctoral students, Assistant Professors, Instructors — whose work focuses on improving health care access in the developing world. The recipient can come from the disciplines of science, engineering, medicine, health policy, environmental and earth sciences, political science, economics, law, business, the humanities, or from any multidisciplinary partnership that combines these disciplines. All applicants must be enrolled in or employed by Stanford during the duration of the two-year award.
Questions?  Contact Francesca Apalis at fapalis@stanford.edu
Deadline:  April 19, 2019, 5 p.m.
Guidelines:
https://healthpolicy.fsi.stanford.edu/content/rosenkranz-prize

Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research Institute (CHRI)
Instructor K-awards Support Program

Purpose: The Stanford Child Health Research Institute (CHRI) intends to support early career investigators who pursue an NIH K-award. The CHRI recognizes that this NIH award series provides substantial salary support but limited research funding. It is the purpose of the CHRI award to bolster this shortfall in research support to expand the number of future academic leaders in maternal and child health.  
Amount of funding: Support provides supplemental support for Instructors on individual K-awards by providing 1:1 matching funds from the instructor’s department funds innovative maternal and child health-focused clinical and translational research for:
Instructors – ($50,000* per year for up to 2 years**)
- *MCHRI will match departmental commitments of up to $25,000 per year, providing a total combined CHRI/departmental support of up to $50,000 per year for up to two years** as long as the recipient is an instructor at Stanford 
- MCHRI will provide a LOS stating this commitment for instructor’s applying for K grants. The recipient may either include this in the K application or the Department Chair can include a CHRI approved statement in the letter documenting institutional support.
** Eligibility is limited to the 1st two years of funding on the K-award.
General eligibility: Be an Instructor applying for, or currently funded by an individual K-award
Be a member of CHRI. Visit here to apply for CHRI Membership.
Have a track record of focusing the majority of research on maternal and child health
Types of research:  Research must be primarily related to maternal or child health. These terms refer to the expectant mother, oocyte, zygote, embryo, fetus, infant, child and adolescent. All areas of research are eligible: basic, translational, clinical research, epidemiology/statistics, informatics, health services, or health policy
Note: For those within their 1st two years of funding on an already existing individual K-award, please contact the CHRI Administration for further information.
Questions? Contact: MCHRI Administration at chri_admin@stanford.edu
2019 deadlines:  May 12, 2019, Sept. 12, 2019
Guidelines

TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy
Education energy Catalyst Grants

Amount of funding: up to $1,500 per class per quarter
Eligibility: these grants are available to faculty, lecturers, academic staff members, and students in any department or school and aim to cultivate interdisciplinary thinking and introduce or deepen students’ knowledge around sustainable energy concepts. These grants can be used to support class trips; bring in guest lecturers; purchase materials for demonstrations or projects; and support student led research.
Questions? Contact Danica Sarlya at dsarlya@stanford.edu
Applications are accepted year round. Funds are limited; apply early.
Guidelines

TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy
Innovation Transfer Grants
Amount of funding:
Proposals will generally be limited to grants under $50,000. Grantees that make significant progress toward validating the commercial viability of their invention can apply to renew their funding at a higher level. For more commercially advanced proposals larger amounts may be granted but only with significant budgetary justification. These grants are designed to help inventors bridge the gap between research and commercialization through the development of prototypes, market research, business plan refinement, and other activities that assist in the externalization of Stanford sustainable energy innovations.
Eligibility: Awarded to Stanford teams, in collaboration with a Stanford Faculty mentor, for terms of 3 to 12 months.
Award amounts based on the level of the commercial validation.
Questions? Contact Danica Sarlya at dsarlya@stanford.edu
Rolling applications accepted year-round; funds are limited.
Guidelines

Programs for Postdoctoral and/or Clinical Fellows

Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research Institute (MCHRI)
Postdoctoral Support Program 
Amount of funding:
Year 1: MCHRI will provide $75,000
Year 2: MCHRI will provide $37,500. This funding mechanism requires a commitment from the primary mentor of $37,500 for Year 2.  (The combined MCHRI/primary research mentor support total for Year 2 is $75,000.)  
Purpose: funds innovative maternal and child health-focused clinical and translational research. All projects must be significantly related to the health of expectant mothers and children. The applicant must be a pediatrician, obstetrician, a child** health subspecialist, or scientist who has a focus on, or plans to focus on, maternal and child1 health research. Projects resulting in a new maternal and child health focus in the mentor’s lab, are encouraged. 
Types of Research : Research must be primarily related to maternal and child health. Child refers to the expectant mother, oocyte, zygote, embryo, fetus, infant, child and adolescent. All areas of research are eligible: basic, translational, clinical research, epidemiology/statistics, informatics, health services, or health policy.
Eligibility: Postdoctoral fellows only. 
This grant provides salary-only support for postdoctoral fellows in support of a specific project related to maternal and/or child health. Medical fellows (MD or equivalent) training in a clinical fellowship program should not apply through this mechanism. 
Eligibility is limited to first through third year postdoctoral fellows (applicant must be in their first through third year at time of application). (See the RFP for more criteria)
GENERAL ELIGIBILITY 
All applicants must have, or plan on, having a focus on maternal and child health research. 
All applicants Primary Research Mentor must be a MCHRI Member.(*Visit http://chri.stanford.edu/ to apply for MCHRI Membership). 
A Primary Research Mentor must be identified for postdoctoral fellows. 
All applicants must have legal residence in the United States (Applicants with H or J visas are eligible). 
Deadline: March 1, 2019, 5 p.m.
Guidelines:
http://med.stanford.edu/chri/funding_opportunities/postdoctoral-support.html

Center for Health Policy/Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research (PCOR)
VA Medical Informatics Fellowship

Fellows are offered an opportunity to combine formal training in Medical Informatics with research applying Medical Informatics to areas of relevance to the VA health care system.
Eligibility: applicants must be U.S. citizens who have completed an MD and accredited residency or a Ph.D. in computer sciences, medical informatics, decision sciences, economics, or related fields.
Questions? Contact Alyssa Esquivel at alongori@stanford.edu
Applications accepted anytime
Guidelines

Center for Interdisciplinary Brain Sciences Research (CIBSR)
Research Training in Child Psychiatry and Development

Two year NIH NIMH T32 training program for Ph.D. and M.D. postdoctoral researchers
Questions? Contact Reiko Rain Riley at reikor@stanford.edu
No specific deadline
Guidelines

Graduate Students

Stanford Bio-X
Bio-X-Bowes Fellowships, Bio-X SIGFs, and SIGFs affiliated with the Wu Tsai Stanford Neurosciences Institute and Stanford ChEM-H

For current Stanford graduate students whose research interests are interdisciplinary in nature, bringing together two (or more) separate fields of study. Preference will be given to students who are jointly mentored by at least two faculty members who are expert in distinctly separate areas of science and technology. At least two faculty mentors WHO ARE BOTH Stanford Bio-X affiliated faculty must be involved with the proposed project.
Collectively, 25 Fellowships will be awarded to provide funding for three years beginning Fall Quarter 2019.
-For the Stanford Bio-X Bowes Fellowshipseligible graduate students must be starting their second, third or fourth year of a Ph.D. program on September 23, 2019 and must be officially active in a Ph.D. program by the application deadline (students enrolled in a program that requires a master's degree must also be officially active in a Ph.D. program by the application deadline). 
-For the Bio-X SIGFs or SIGFs affiliated with the Wu Tsai Stanford Neurosciences Institute or Stanford ChEM-H, eligible graduate students must be starting their second, third, or fourth year of a Ph.D. program on September 23, 2019 and must be officially active in a Ph.D. program by the application deadline.
(See the guidelines for complete eligibility criteria.)
Questions? Contact bio-x_fellowship_applications@stanford.edu
Deadline: Feb. 25, 2019, 5 p.m.
Overview webpage:
https://biox.stanford.edu/grant/grad2019

France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies (FSCIS)
2019-2020 Visiting Student Researcher Fellowships for Graduate Students
Amount of funding: up to $7,000
Eligibility:
1) Graduate students* affiliated with a French institution who are interested in pursuing a course of research at Stanford
2) Stanford Graduate students interested in undertaking research or pursuing an internship at a French institution (including universities, non-governmental organizations, and corporations, to name but a few).
*Applicants must be graduate students – i.e., they must be pursuing either a master’s or doctoral degree. 
Visiting Student Researchers are expected to pursue projects that will take on the order of 2 to 4 months to complete.
Disciplines: humanities, social sciences, sciences (including biomedical research), engineering, business and law 
Questions? Contact the Center’s Director, Jessica Riskin jriskin@stanford.edu or the Program Manager, Isabelle Collignon at francestanford@stanford.edu.
Deadline: March 1, 2019
Guidelines:
http://francestanford.stanford.edu/fellowships/visiting_student_researcher

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