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The MMPC MICROMouse Program is a competitive grants program awarding up to $75,000 (total costs) for one year to fund research projects that have the potential to enhance and advance the mission of the MMPC as a resource for scientists using mice to study diabetes and obesity. Any independent investigator is eligible to apply. While there is no formal deadline for submission, applicants are required to submit a brief letter of intent to the MMPC Coordinating Unit in advance of the application to ensure responsiveness and relevance of the project to MICROMouse goals
dkNET provides updates on activities of interest to the NIDDK-supported community. Check out April, 2017 events and announcements!
dkNET team will attend ENDO 2017 Annual Meeting on April 1-4, 2017 in Orlando, Florida. Come meet us at booth 1253, attend dkNET demo and lectures, and join the dkNET-NURSA challenge to win $500 cash or a $50 gift card!
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative invites applications for one year pilot projects to develop technologies for the Human Cell Atlas (HCA), establish best practices in the field, and begin a common data archive for analysis and investigation.
Several metabolomics pilot and feasibility project funding application deadlines are approaching in March, 2017. Don't miss these deadlines!
dkNET team will be attending the HIRN (Human Islet Research Network) 2017 Annual Investigator Meeting in Bethesda, MD during March 7-10, 2017. We will have an information booth and on-site demo. Come meet us during the meeting!
dkNET provides updates on activities of interest to the NIDDK-supported community. Check out March, 2017 events and announcements!
In 2016, we interviewed scientists and performed an online survey to the dkNET community. We listened to the great feedback and implemented changes to our portal. Thanks to all who contributed in this survey! We are pleased to announce some updates on the dkNET Literature result page!
Several centers have announced their 2017 pilot project funding opportunities. Check out these information at dkNET "Community Funding News". Don't miss the deadlines!
Diabetic Complications Consortium (DiaComp) has announced 2017 funding opportunities, including Pilot & Feasibility Program, Conference Support Program, and Collaborative Funding Program.