Sagol Center for Regenerative Medicine Call for grant proposals 2023-2024
We congratulate the Tel Aviv university faculty for winning the SCRM 2023 Collaboration and Starter Grants.
The SCRM, directed by Prof. Benjamin Dekel, will continue to support cutting edge research in the field of regenerative medicine.
If you would like to be updated on future call for grants please connect with the SCRM LinkedIn account.
To create a basis for therapeutic solutions and to encourage cooperation between different departments at TAU and affiliated hospitals, a proof-of-concept approach for pre-clinical models should be the basis for the starting applications. The pre-clinical models can be ex-vivo/in-vivo/computational/quantitative and emphasizing the model abilities to develop into interdisciplinary structure under the wider umbrella of the regenerative medicine discipline.
TAU members with laboratories on the TAU Ramat Aviv campus or TAU-affiliated hospitals or HMOs (MD or PhD, on clinical or regular track) are eligible to apply alone or in collaboration with another TAU Faculty member.
Support is approved for the course of 1 year (12 months). A progress report is due at the end of the year.
Starting grants are with an option for extension for next year – At the end of the 1st year, projects will be reviewed to ensure that the objectives of the research program are being met and then grant awardees are eligible to apply for another $25,000 grant and for a $120,000 award if there are sufficient preliminary results.
The application should include the following in a single PDF file:
1. Scientific background
2. Research aims including impact, relevance, and mode of collaboration (if relevant) on regenerative medicine filed
4. Budget justification
5. CV of each applicant (NIH Biosketch or similar format)
Limit up to 4 pages (includes figures), font Arial or Times New Roman 11, 1.5 space.
References and CV can be beyond 4 pages.
* For clinical research, please submit the Helsinki authorization or statement that the request is in progress. For research involving animals, please submit IACUC authorization or statement that the request is in progress. If funding for both non-clinical and clinical research, please separate each type of research in different sections.
Evaluation process: Grants are evaluated based on potential innovative outcomes compared to exciting solutions. Calls have a single-stage submission. Calls that pass eligibility will be reviewed competitively by the Sagol center Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). The Grant Committee reserves the right to reject applications if they do not meet the criteria.
Note regarding IP: If TAU faculty and Hospital Clinical faculty are co-inventors of any results or inventions, the parties will negotiate in good faith and enter into an inter-institutional agreement relating to the protection, use and commercialization of such joint results or inventions.
DEADLINE: Jan 15, 2023
Please submit your application here