LB595 Research Program Development Grant

LB595 Cancer and Smoking Disease Research Program Development Grant

LB595 Cancer and Smoking Disease Research Program Development Grants are to assist full-time Health Science faculty develop new research projects in cancer and smoking related diseases that would ultimately be competitive for extramural funding. These grants are for $60,000/year for a total of $120,000 and a maximum of two years.

Eligibility:

  • Investigators must be either full-time Creighton University Health Sciences tenured or tenure-track faculty or resident/research assistant professor. Part-time faculty, including those who hold contributed service, special rank, or visiting designations, are not eligible for this program.
  • Recipients of a LB595 Cancer and Smoking Disease Research Program Development Grant in the past two years are not eligible to apply this cycle.
  • Principal Investigators (PI) or co-investigators cannot be funded concurrently by other LB692 or LB595 support mechanisms.
  • Investigators should not submit more than one grant proposal to be considered.
  • The two-year award is not allowed an extension or renewal.

Budget Restrictions: The following are not allowable expenses: faculty salaries, space, travel, repairs, renovations, computer equipment, and indirect costs.

Application Deadline: 2019 date TBD