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Proposals for project on addiction
Neurobiology of Addiction Research Center is accepting pilot
project proposals on addiction issues.
A pilot project core is part of the National Institutes of Health
(NIH)—funded by the Neurobiology of Addiction Research Center (NARC).
The NARC Pilot Core will oversee the execution and development of basic
science, translational and clinical pilot projects that will bring new
technologies and new investigators into the field of addiction
The goals of the pilot core are to provide a mechanism primarily to
attract young faculty, and secondarily to recruit senior investigators,
into the field of addiction and to identify novel technologies that
will augment ongoing NARC investigations of the long-term
neuro-adaptations produced by cocaine self-administration.
The NARC has approximately $100,000 available annually to fund pilot
projects related to addiction issues.
The project may be either a clinical or basic science study. The
purpose of the pilot funding provided by the NARC is to provide an
opportunity to collect preliminary data that will ultimately support an
Projects will be funded for one year with an opportunity for a one-year
Individuals interested in submitting a pilot project for consideration
at any time during the year should follow the guidelines below.
Submit a three to five-page description of the project using the
B. Specific aims/ significance of problem
C. Preliminary data (progress report)
D. Experimental design and methods
Submit a budget and a brief budget justification (no travel or
computers; up to 5 percent salary and benefits). Budgets must be
no more than $25,000.
Submit proposals by e-mail and address inquiries to Jacqueline McGinty,
Ph.D., program coordinator, Neuro-biology of Addiction Research Center,
Funding for the Neurobiology of Addiction Research Center is provided
by NIDA 1 P50 DA015369 in partnership with MUSC.
For information, call 792-9036.
Friday, April 18, 2008
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