Drs. Daniel Salman and Stefano Fusi received an NIH/NIMH competing renewal R01 grant to investigate the "Neurophysiology underlying neural representations of value". The grant is now in its 16th year.
Congratulations, Dr. Mackevicius!
Dr. Emily Mackevicius received an NIH/BRAIN Initiative K99/R00 Pathway to Independence award to investigate "Probing form and function of memory representations in the hippocampus of memory expert bird".
Weekly Office Hours
Every Thursday, 2:00-3:00 pm:
Meet the team and ask any questions during office hours on Thursdays from 2:00 - 3:00 pm.
Emily Mackevicius: NIH/BRAIN Initative K99/R00 "Probing form and function of memory representations in the hippocampus of memory expert birds" (Aronov lab)
Early Career Investigator Awards
Bianca Jones Marlin: UNCF E.E. Just Early Career Investigator Award "Learned adaptation transmitted across generations"
Established Investigator Awards
Darcy Peterka: NIH/NIMH R01 subaward "Circuits for deviance detection in V1" (PI: Jordan Hamm, Georgia State University)
Daniel Salzman and Stefano Fusi: NIH/NIMH R01 "Neurophysiology underlying neural representations of value"
Upcoming funding opportunities
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New/Highlighted Team Grant Opportunities
HEAL Initiative RM1: Integrated Basic and Clinical Team-based Research in Pain: Integrated efforts of 3-6 PDs/PIs to pursue research to understand the biology of specific human pain conditions as well as pain associated with various diseases/disorders, including mechanistic underpinning of heterogeneity and stratification of patients with specific pain conditions and co-morbidities. June 14, October 13, February 12, 2024
NINDS Interdisciplinary Team Science RM1: Integrated team effort from 3-6 PD/PIs who will each bring a distinct scientific viewpoint or expertise necessary to pursue the interdisciplinary approach. October 11, 2023
Established Investigators(view full list on our website)
NIH Parent R21: New: June 16, October 16, February 16; Renewal/Resubmission: July 16, November 16, March 16
NIH Diversity Supplement: Salary/stipend support for trainees at all career stages. Deadline varies by funding agency. (Quarterly, monthly, rolling)
Early Career Investigators(view full list and timeline on our website)
1907 Foundation Trailblazer Award: The goal is to catalyze disruptive - but actionable - ideas which have the potential to unearth causes & cures for mental health and uniquely require the 1907 Trailblazer Award to see the light of day. Applicants must be within ten years of the date when PhD (or MD) degree was awarded. Call for submissions expected: Early – Mid April. Internal application: Early May
Research With Activities Related to Diversity (ReWARD) R01: Provides support for the health-related research of scientists who are making a significant contribution to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) and who have no current NIH research project grant funding. The ReWARD program provides funding for both the scientific research and the DEIA activities of investigators. June 5
IMHRO One Mind Rising Star Award: for cutting-edge neuropsychiatric illness research; should not overlap with existing funding. Eligible within first 10 years since starting faculty position. Likely deadline: June 6
NIMH BRAINS R01: must have ESI status; for launching an innovative clinical, translational, basic, or services research program that holds the potential to profoundly transform the understanding, diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of mental disorders. June 20
Edward Mallinckrodt Scholar Program: must be within 4 years of faculty appointment; high risk/high reward proposal. Limited submission - call for submissions expected: Mid-June. Internal application due: Early July
NIH K99/R00 Pathway to Independence (1-2 years of postdoc + 3 years of faculty funding)
NIH Parent K99/R00: Transition to faculty. International applicants eligible. 3rd - 4th year postdocs. New: June 12, October 12, February 12. Resubmission: March 12
NIH MOSAIC K99/R00 : Transition to faculty. 3rd - 4th year postdocs under-represented in sciences (all women included). New:June 12, October 12, February 12; Resubmission: March 12, July 12, November 12
NIH BRAIN Initiative K99/R00: Transition to faculty. 3rd - 5th year postdocs under-represented in sciences (all women included). New: June 14, October 13, February 13; Resubmission: July 13, November 14, March 14
NIH HEAL Initiative K99/R00 or HEAL Initiative K99/R00 to Promote Diversity: Transition to faculty. International applicants eligible. Pain and substance use disorder research. 3rd - 4th year postdocs. For diversity track application, must be from a group under-represented in sciences (all women included), and U.S. citizen/permanent resident. New:June 9, October 11, February 9
NIH K01 Career Development Award
NIH/NINDS K01: 2nd - 4th year postdocs. New:June 12, October 12, February 12. Renewal/Resubmission: July 12, November 12, March 12.
NIH Parent K01: 2nd - 5+ year postdocs. New: June 12, October 12, February 12. Renewal/Resubmission: July 12, November 12, March 12.
NIMH R36: Mental health research. Must be: U.S. Citizen/Permanent resident; from a background under-represented in the health sciences (race/ethnicity, disability, disadvantaged background); at the dissertation stage of training (must have an approved dissertation proposal at the time of award). August 10, December 11, April 11
NIDA R36: For substance-use disorder related dissertation research. Must be at the dissertation stage of training (must have an approved dissertation proposal at the time of award). Expected next deadline: June 16
NIH F99/K00 D-SPAN: Blueprint and BRAIN Initiative Diversity Specialized Predoctoral to Postdoctoral Advancement in Neuroscience; must be a U.S. citizen/permanent resident; for grad students from an under-represented backgrounds, with 1.5-2 years left of PhD (typically 3rd or 4th year students). December 15
NIH Diversity Supplement: Salary/stipend support. For all career stages. Deadline varies by funding agency. (Quarterly, monthly, rolling)
The Future in Mind
The Zuckerman Institute Friday Funding monthly email recaps the latest award wins of our researchers and outlines important upcoming grant deadlines.