Funding Opportunity: Ingredient Safety due 1/31/17
Deadline: Tues., Jan. 31, 2017 5:00 PM ET
MSU Center for Research on Ingredient Safety
Administrator(s): Michael Holsapple (Director), Heather Dover, Adelle Simmons
Category: Pilot Grants
Award Cycle: May 1, 2017 - April 30, 2018
- Applications of alternative testing for ingredient safety
- Effects of ingredients on microbiota
- Impact of Maillard Reaction products on food safety
- Applications of exposure science / modeling for ingredient safety
- Mycotoxins and food safety
- Investigator-initiated proposals relevant to CRIS mission
Funding Available: 2 grants at $75,000 each
Maximum Applications Allowed Per Applicant: 1
Eligibility: Individuals who have full-time faculty positions at Michigan State University are eligible to apply. The intent of this grant is to provide seed funding to foster new areas of research and new collaborations on campus.
Description: The purpose of this CRIS RFP is to promote new areas of research and collaboration between members of Michigan State University faculty to focus their research strengths on cutting-edge areas of ingredient safety research. Grant proposals may be in areas described above. The goal of the RFP is to enable investigators to generate a sufficient body of preliminary information for a successful application for major research funding from a national granting agency. Application materials are located on the CRIS website. http://cris.msu.edu/research.html
Compliance with MSU and CRIS policies: By accepting CRIS funding, researchers agree to comply with all training policies, including RCR training and cross-disciplinary education for graduate students involved in the project. Failure to comply with these policies may affect eligibility for future CRIS funds. Recipients of CRIS funding
are also expected to participate in CRIS science communication activities.
Submission: Submit application materials to Heather Dover at email@example.com by the application deadline. Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.