RNA Bioscience Initiative Grant Program
The RNA Bioscience
Initiative (RBI) at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical campus seeks to
support RNA biology research and the use of RNA-seq and its analysis to enhance
basic science, translational, and clinical studies. The RBI has supported a number
of different grant or pilot programs through the Fall of 2018.
2019 Spring Grant Programs
RNA-seq Program (see Awards)
The Single Cell
RNA-seq Program aims to support preliminary Single Cell RNA-seq experiments to test the feasiblity
of novel avenues of research that will support future extramural grant
applications. These awards provide
funds to carry out Single Cell RNA-seq
runs and their bioinformatic analysis.
The RNA-seq Program
aims to support RNA-seq experiments to test the feasiblity of novel avenues of
research that will support future extramural grant applications These awards provide funds to cover library
preparation, sequencing and bioinformatic support.
Support Program (see Awards)
The Bioinformatic Support Program aims to provide RNA bioinformatic
support through the RBI Bioinformatic Fellows. These grants do not provide
Previous Grant Programs
The RNA Bioscience Initiative will provide support for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to attend scienctific meetings, such as those listed on the RNA Society's Conferences Page.
Applications for Travel Awards are accepted on a rolling basis. The following materials should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with the Subject line: "Application for Travel Award."
- Description of the meeting
- Requested funds
- Topic to be presented