J&J is looking for nurse-led ideas from nurses and nursing students around the world focused on improving COVID-19 patient care, with specific interest in, for example: facilitating remote patient monitoring and communications, data and reporting, resiliency and self-care, supporting a safe return to work or school, supporting sharing of best practices, and addressing racial disparities and inequities in healthcare.
This funding opportunity is to support research that will utilize integrated multi-omics analyses to elucidate drivers of progression and metastasis and/or define clinically relevant biological differences between tumors of different anatomic locations.
General Motors believes that creating a global community will transform the world into one that is more livable, sustainable and prosperous. Their commitment is demonstrated through investments in STEM education, vehicle and road safety and community development. Proposals that are aligned with these goals can apply for a grant or charitable event sponsorship.
The Facebook Fellowship is a global program designed to encourage and support promising doctoral students who are engaged in innovative and relevant research in areas related to computer science and engineering at an accredited university.
The Burroughs Wellcome Fund is committed to fostering the development of the next generation of biomedical scientists and is committed to supporting degree-granting institutions to achieve this goal. The career development of young scientists has been a major funding theme at BWF and various programs have provided major support to promising young scientists to help them make the transition from late postdoctoral training to early faculty service.
The Whitehall Foundation, through its program of grants and grants-in-aid, assists scholarly research in the life sciences. It is the Foundation's policy to assist those dynamic areas of basic biological research that are not heavily supported by Federal Agencies or other foundations with specialized missions.
The Whitehall Foundation supports scholarly research in the life sciences through its research grants and grants-in-aid programs. It is the foundation's policy to support dynamic areas of basic biological research that are not heavily supported by federal agencies or other foundations with a specialized mission. The foundation emphasizes the support of young scientists at the beginning of their careers and productive senior scientists who wish to move into new fields of interest.
In partnership with Facebook Data for Good, the Delphi Group at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), the Joint Program on Survey Methodology at the University of Maryland (UMD), the Duke Margolis Center for Health Policy, and Resolve to Save Lives, this Challenge seeks to develop an analytic approach for COVID-19 symptom data use to enable earlier detection and improved situational awareness of the outbreak. During Phase 1, innovators will submit a white paper (“digital poster”) summarizing the approach, methods, analysis, findings, relevant figures and graphs of their analytic approach using public Symptom Survey data provided by Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Maryland. Additional publicly available datasets may be used if such use complies with the External Data restrictions set forth in the challenge requirements.
Association for Computing Machinery—Gordon Bell Special Prize for High Performance Computing-Based COVID-19 Research
The Gordon Bell Special Prize for High Performance Computing-Based COVID-19 Research will be awarded in 2020 and 2021 to recognize outstanding research achievement towards the understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic through the use of high-performance computing (HPC). The purpose of the award is to recognize the innovative parallel computing contributions towards the solution of the global crisis.
The program oﬀers unrestricted funds and AWS Promotional Credits to support research at academic institutions and non-profit organizations in areas that align with Amazon’s mission to advance customer-obsessed science.