Faculty Funding Opportunities
COBRE in Matrix Biology Funding Opportunities
- Call for White Papers — The IDeA Programs Office is accepting white papers of faculty who are interested in undertaking biomedical research that requires the use of shared research core facilities.
- The Biomolecular Research Core Facility Voucher Program: This program is intended to subsidize the use of the Biomolecular Research Core Facility. Boise State researchers are welcome to apply.
- COBRE in Matrix Biology Junior Investigator Grant Program: The NIH Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) in Matrix Biology at Boise State funds Junior Investigators with the objective of enhancing nationally competitive matrix biology research and the goal of increasing biomedical research activity in a thematically focused multidisciplinary manner.
- COBRE in Matrix Biology Research Travel Grant: This grant application is open to Boise State University faculty members or Boise State University graduate level students wanting to present biomedical/matrix biology specific research at a national conference.
Convergent Engineering and Biomolecular Science (CEBS) COBRE Funding Opportunities
- Call for White Papers: COBRE in Convergent Engineering & Biomolecular Sciences (10-08-2023).
- The Convergent Engineering & Biomolecular Sciences (CEBS) Voucher Program: The purpose of this voucher program is to subsidize the use of the Fabrication, Characterization, and Testing (FaCT) Core Facility to enable research that is responsive to the CEBS COBRE theme of biomedical devices, sensors, and systems.
Idaho INBRE Bioinformatics Core Technology Access Program: This opportunity is open to biomedical investigators for projects that utilize core facilities in Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, and Wyoming. An array of biomedical research projects will be supported.
- Idaho INBRE Funding Opportunities: Interested in INBRE Funding Opportunities? This is your one-stop-shop! Opportunities are available for many institutions!
- IDeA Co-Funding Opportunities: Has your research project received a meritorious score though peer review, but didn’t make the payline? Check this out!