Apply for faculty development grants by Feb. 15The grants provide seed money for research, teaching and service-related projects and is available to all UAB full-time faculty. Junior faculty are encouraged to apply.CTL to fund teaching innovation and development grants up to $5,000As much as $5,000 may be available for as many as 10 projects that support teaching support innovation and development of new teaching approaches and techniques, with an emphasis on team learning. To apply, download and complete the application form before Nov. 6.Competition produces creative proposals for obesity researchSeven researchers are halfway to the prize money for their winning entries in the annual Creativity is a Decision Awards, sponsored by UAB’s Nutrition Obesity Research Center, including research scientist Andrew Brown, Ph.D., and instructors Joshua Speed, Ph.D., and Ceren Yarar-Fisher. Ph.D.Funding available for nutrition P/F studiesUAB’s Nutrition Obesity Research Center will fund at least three nutrition-related pilot/feasibility studies for as much as $25,000 — with competitive renewals possible.Apply for faculty development grants by March 12The grants provide seed money for research, teaching and service-related projects and is available to all UAB full-time faculty.Funding available for innovative CF projectsUAB's Gregory Fleming James Cystic Fibrosis Research Center is soliciting applications for pilot and feasibility projects to support new research initiatives in cystic fibrosis pathophysiology and intervention.Pilot grants available for minority aging researchFaculty at UAB, UA, Morehouse School of Medicine and Tuskegee University are eligible for funding.Apply for a grant to help innovate teachingUAB's Center for Teaching and Learning is accepting competitive proposals to support teaching innovation and development of new approaches to improve instruction and learning.Pilot program to fund community-based researchAs many as three $30,000 awards will be made for projects that address health issues affecting Birmingham communities.Need funding for a health-related technology?A Sept. 4 workshop will prepare you to write proposals that can compete for federal funding to commercialize your research.
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