HBC November-December 2015 News Bulletin

Thursday, November 19, 2015


KU’s September Employee of the Month

Andre Faucher receiving his award KU’s September Employee of the Month is one of HBC’s own.  André Faucher, Research Support Services Manager at HBC for the past two years, was recognized in September for his outstanding services to the HBC complex staff and researchers.  André has shown initiative, proactiveness and vigilance both in his day to day work and when overseeing projects.  The full article on André’s award is available on the KU news website.

 

NSF Proposal and Awards Policies and Procedures Guide (PAPPG) 2016

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has issued a new Proposal and Awards Policies and Procedures Guide (PAPPG) that will be effective for all proposals submitted or due on or after January 25, 2016.  All significant changes to the PAPPG are listed in the first four pages of the documents.  For proposals submitted or due before January 25, 2016, please still refer to the 2015 PAPPG.

 

Holiday Closure

The HBC will be closed Thanksgiving (Nov. 26-27), Christmas (Dec. 24-25), and New Year’s (Jan. 1).  Please note that although the HBC will be open during the days preceding the closure dates, some of the staff will be taking vacation time to visit with their families.  If you need to meet with a staff member or have proposals to submit mid-December or mid-January, please make sure to contact us ahead of time or submit your proposal files early enough to avoid a rush situation.

 

HBC Science Talks 2016

HBC Science Talks Poster Session

The HBC Science Talks meeting will be held on February 19, 2016.  The speaker session will be held early afternoon (1:30 pm - 3:30 pm) in the Simons Auditorium and will be immediately followed by a poster session in the School of Pharmacy Atrium (3:45 pm - 5:15 pm).  A call for poster abstracts will be sent after the beginning of spring semester.  Please save the date.

 

Happy Holidays!!

The HBC News Bulletin will not be published in December.   Therefore, the HBC staff would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone very Happy Holidays.



Grant Submission Deadlines

January 15, 2020
NIH deadline for R35: NHLBI Outstanding Investigator Award and NHLBI Emerging Investigator Award – Letter of Intent.  Full proposal due February 14, 2020..

January 17, 2020
NIH deadline for the NIGMS Maximizing Investigators' Research Award (R35).

January 25, 2020
NIH Standard deadline for all Program Project Grants and Center Grants (P series) – new, renewals, resubmissions and revisions.

January 25, 2020
NIH Standard deadline for all Institutional National Research Service Awards and Other Training Grants (T & D series) – new, renewals, resubmissions and revisions.

February 5, 2020
NIH standard deadline for Research Grants and Cooperative Agreements (R01 and U01) – new submissions.

February 7, 2020
Deadline for letter of intent for the Leukemia Research Foundation Hollis Brownstein Research Grants Program.

February 12, 2020
NIH standard deadline for Research Career Development Awards (K series) – new submissions.

Recent Awards

Dan Dixon, Associate Professor, Department of Molecular Biosciences, was awarded $11,600 by the KU Medical Center for his project entitled “Omega3 study funded through internal funds by the KU Cancer Center.”

Wendy Picking, Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, was awarded $50,525 by the Hafion LLC for her project entitled “Toward the development of a protein:non-protein macromolecular adjuvants.”

Robert Ward, Associate Professor, Department of Molecular Biosciences, was awarded $20,000 by the KU Medical Center for his project entitled “K-INBRE Core Facility Support (CFS).”

Yong Zeng, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, was awarded $30,000 by the KU Medical Center for his project entitled: “Exosome Phenotyping for Liquid Biopsy Based Diagnosis and Monitoring of Alzheimer's Disease.”

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