U.S. Funding and Training Awards Related to Genomics
U.S. Human Genome Project Funding (Department of Energy and National
Human Genome Research Institute, National Institutes of Health)
Funding Opportunities at NHGRI
- Determination of All Functional Elements in Human DNA: Solicit participants
for a Research Network that will conduct a pilot project to test and
compare methods for identifying all the functional elements in a limited
of the human genome.
- Identification and Verification of Functional Elements: Develop new
and improved technologies for the efficient, comprehensive, high-throughput
identification and verification of all types of sequence-based functional
elements, particularly those other than coding sequences, for which adequate
do not currently exist. This effort is part of a new public research consortium,
the Encylopedia of DNA Elements (ENCODE), the intent of which is eventually
to identify all functional elements in the human genome sequence.
Due Dates: Letters of Intent, April 13, 2003; Applications, May 13, 2003
Genomes to Life Program Applications
The DOE Office of Science, Office of Biological and Environmental Research,
and Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research have issued a call
research applications to support the Genomes
to Life program.
The full text of Program Notice 03-05 is here.
Statements of intent to apply are due January 7, 2003, and formal applications
on April 22, 2003.
Other Institutions Funding Genomic Research
Student and Teacher Opportunities
Human Genome Project
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