Application process:Student will either approach a mentor or mentor will ask student about creating a research relationship, or either can seek guidance from Program Directors to be matched with a potentially interested counterpart.
Student and Mentor together apply for entry into the program, forming the full mentoring team according to the requirement for disciplinary domain diversity (see webpage).
Student prepares letter outlining training goals and research objectives
Mentor team together produces a letter explaining each mentor’s role in the training, as well as each mentor’s history in training predoctoral and postdoctoral mentees; (i.e. Detailing number of trained persons pre- and post-doc and a list publications with trainees)
Student curriculum vitae
Two letters of reference to be sent to program directors by others (not mentors) familiar with the student’s research abilities
Complete the application (see webpage)Send all of these materials to: email@example.com by June 2, 2017 at 12:00 p.m.Applicants will be notified by June 28, 2017.Funding as a T32 fellow will be effective as of August 1, 2017.Women, individuals from traditionally disadvantaged groups, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.“UAB is an Equal Education Opportunity Institution”.
Cisco Research has released several new RFPs and seeks proposals from leading academic research groups. Interested researchers are encouraged to also visit their site for additional information on the latest Secure & Private Internet of Things RFP.
Advances in Molecular & Cellular Pathology Seminar Series Tuesdays 12-1 PMTinsley Harrison Tower THT 740Spring 2017 Schedule
The Material Transfer Office is changing the process for providing finalized agreements to the campus. Previously the finalized documents were emailed to the investigator, now the investigator will be notified that the finalized agreement is available for viewing through an eReport.
Details can be found on the IRAP Website.
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Any submissions in progress, in route or received by the OSP, will be updated to reflect the correct signing official.
If you have any questions please contact the OSP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On April 30, 2015 the Form FDA 1572 on the FDA website at http://www.fda.gov/AboutFDA/ReportsManualsForms/Forms/ListFormsAlphabetically/ is expired.
The FDA is in the process of updating and posting a new Form FDA 1572. Even though it is expired, the FDA approved continued use of the current form.
We will monitor the FDA website and will post notice of the new form's release, when available.
The Office of Sponsored Programs is pleased to announce additional enhancements to the OSP dropbox for electronic SF424 grant applications to grants.gov. The link to access the OSP dropbox is OSP Drop Box for Electronic Submissions to Grants.gov . The revised OSP dropbox user guide can be found at OSP Dropbox Quick Submission Guide. New enhancements to the dropbox include:
The attribute page has been modified to prompt the user to create a record and then upload the files. When the proposal record is created the attribute page is refreshed with the comment “Submit Successful*” with a footnote to continue to upload files (“*Please continue on to the Upload Files section and attach your proposal documents”).
Once the proposal record is created, the Upload file tab is now used to upload the proposal documents.
The upload file history can now be viewed using the “File History” section. This allows users to verify that the upload was successful.
If you have any questions regarding the new OSP dropbox functionality, please contact your OSP federal officer or email@example.com.
In a continuing effort to partner with UAB faculty to ensure the timely and efficient processing of funding application submissions to the OSP, and in conjunction with the recently announced OSP Review Plan, the following changes are effective Wednesday, December 3, 2014;
Submissions to the OSP must include all required documents or the submission will be placed in an IRAP status of “Incomplete Submission” and will not be review or processed until the complete submission is received. A listing of required documents for each submission type can be found at OSP Required Documents - Federal and Non Profit and OSP Required Documents for Non-Federal and For Profit. In order to be considered complete funding application submissions that:
The PI and Support Staff Contact will receive an email notification documenting the incomplete submission, and identifying the specific missing documents. Note an incomplete submission:
The missing required documents should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org along with the OSP assigned number provided with the incomplete submission email notification as expeditiously as possible to ensure a timely routing of the submission for review.
Should you have any questions, please contact your OSP officer or email@example.com.
Click here for a more detailed summary of the changes.
The sample consent form is available online by clicking this link.