Translational Research and Applied Medicine (TRAM)

New RFAs DEADLINE will be July 15th, 2014 (5pm)

 

Stanford Department of Medicine (DoM) is providing an internal funding opportunity for Stanford medical students, residents, fellows, and faculty to facilitate collaborative translational research projects.  The goals of TRAM include: pilot funding to support translational projects, to provide access to a core facility to assist in translational studies, and to provide a seminar series workshops and an annual symposium to highlight the translational research supported by the program.

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Preference will be given to proposals that make specific use of the resources offered through the TRAM core lab/ Translational Applications Service Center (TASC) facility. 

http://tasc.stanford.edu

TRAM CORE: The TRAM core facility provides a fully equipped laboratory that can be used by the members of the TRAM program for: blood processing, isolation of RNA, DNA and protein from human tissues and blood, tissue culture facilities for in vitro passage of primary human tissues and cell lines, and freezer/liquid nitrogen storage of clinical specimens.  Also, the TRAM core can provide technical assistance and support to obtain and analyze data from molecular, proteomic and genomic technologies, including the nano-immunoassay (NIA).

 

Applications: Deadline:  July 15, 2014; 5pm.

Please send one complete Word file to Joanna Liliental (jlili@stanford.edu)

 

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