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SGRF | Genomics Project Grant (Exome Sequencing) 2016: SGRF announces Genomics Project Grant to support next generation sequencing projects................

SGRF | Genomics Project Grant (Exome Sequencing) 2016

SGRF | Genomics Project Grant (Exome Sequencing) 2016: SGRF announces Genomics Project Grants to support next generation sequencing projects in the areas of human health, disease, plant sciences, animal biology, biodiversity and wildlife conservation. Principal Investigators (Scientist/Faculty) working in educational institutions or not-for-profit research organizations, students and postdoctoral fellows are encouraged to apply.

Genomics Project Grant (Exome Sequencing) 2016

SGRF announces Genomics Project Grant to support human exome sequencing to identify genetic cause of inherited disorders. Principal Investigators (Scientist/Faculty) working in educational institutions or not-for-profit research organizations, students and postdoctoral fellows are encouraged to apply.

Procedure

1. Applicants are required to submit a short 200-300 word proposal for using exome sequencing to identify potential causal variants within coding regions of any familial genetic disease. Preference will be given to cases where known causal variants or genes have been tested and eliminated in the index case.

2. The proposal should provide an experimental design along with the number of samples – both affected and unaffected from at least two generations. Please provide a pedigree chart with any patient identifying information removed. Indicate samples available for genomic analysis on the pedigree chart.

3. Applicants shall, as part of the application process confirm and certify that they have the necessary institutional review committee approval to sequence, analyze and publish on the samples.

4. SGRF will facilitate the sequencing of the samples using its preferred vendors and return the data to investigator for analysis. The sequencing cost will be borne by SGRF. As needed, SGRF at its discretion may provide bioinformatics support through its collaborators. However, investigator and his or her team is expected to be able to perform the analysis on their own.

5. Successful applicants will be notified of their selection by August 1 st, 2016 and are expected to provide DNA/RNA for sequencing by August 16th , 2016. Data will be returned to the investigator within 90 days following receipt of the samples. You will be required to submit an abstract and make a presentation (oral or poster – for which the abstract is selected) on the project status at the 2016 NGBT meeting to be held on Oct 3rd -5 th in Cochin, India (www.sgrfconferences.org). SGRF will cover your travel and other costs associated with attending the NGBT meeting. A sum of Rs.25, 000/- will be provided for incidental expenses associated with the project and will be made available in two instalments.

Genomics Project Grant (Plant/Animal/Metagenomics/Microbial Sciences)

SGRF announces Genomics Project Grants to support sequencing (RNA-seq, genomes
under 50Mb, Metagenomics etc.) in plant, animal, microbial or metagenomics studies.
Principal Investigators (Scientist/Faculty) working in educational institutions or not-forprofit
research organizations, students and postdoctoral fellows are encouraged to apply

Procedure

1. Applicants are required to submit a short 200-300 word proposal for using NGS sequencing in plant, animal or microbial sciences.

2. The proposal should provide an experimental design along with the number of samples and replicates.

3. Applicants shall as part of the application process confirm and certify that they have the necessary institutional review committee approval to sequence, analyze and publish on the samples.

4. SGRF will facilitate the sequencing of the samples using its preferred vendors and return the data to investigator for analysis. The cost of sequencing will be borne by SGRF. As needed, SGRF at its discretion may provide bioinformatics support through its collaborators. However, investigator and his or her team is expected to be able to perform the analysis on their own.

5. Successful applicants will be notified of their selection by August 1 st, 2016 and are expected to provide DNA/RNA for sequencing by August 16 th , 2016. Data will be returned to the investigator within 90 days following receipt of the samples. You will be required to submit an abstract and make a presentation (oral or poster – for which the abstract is selected) on the project status at the 2016 NGBT meeting to be held on Oct 3rd -5 th in Cochin, India (www.sgrfconferences.org). SGRF will cover your travel and other costs associated with attending the NGBT meeting. A sum of Rs.25, 000/- will be provided for incidental expenses associated with the project and will be made available in two instalments

Genomics Project Grant (Wild-life and Conservation biology)

SGRF announces Genomics Project Grants to support next generation sequencing in the areas of wild-life and conservation biology. Principal Investigators (Scientist/Faculty) working in educational institutions or not-for-profit research organizations, students and postdoctoral fellows are encouraged to apply.

Procedure

1. Applicants are required to submit a short 200-300 word proposal for using NGS sequencing to advance Wild-life and Conservation biology.

2. The proposal should provide an experimental design along with the number of samples and replicates.

3. Applicants shall as part of the application process confirm and certify that they have the necessary institutional review committee approval to sequence, analyze and publish on the samples.

4. SGRF will facilitate the sequencing of the samples using its preferred vendors and return the data to investigator for analysis. The cost of sequencing will be borne by SGRF. As needed, SGRF at its discretion may provide bioinformatics support through its collaborators. However, investigator and his or her team is expected to be able to perform the analysis on their own.

5. Successful applicants will be notified of their selection by August 1 st, 2016 and are expected to provide DNA/RNA for sequencing by August 16th , 2016. Data will be returned to the investigator within 90 days following receipt of the samples. You will be required to submit an abstract and make a presentation (oral or poster – for which the abstract is selected) on the project status at the 2016 NGBT meeting to be held on Oct 3rd -5 th in Cochin, India (www.sgrfconferences.org). SGRF will cover your travel and other costs associated with attending the NGBT meeting. A sum of Rs.25, 000/- will be provided for incidental expenses associated with the project and will be made available in two installments.

Application Form: http://sgrf.org.in/pdf/Grant_Application_Form.pdf

Application Deadline: July 31st, 2016

Award Decision Date: August 20th, 2016

SGRF will cover the cost of sequencing for selected proposals. Investigator will be eligible for Rs. 25,000/- award for incidental expenses. The selected investigators will be invited to present their progress at the 2016 NGBT meeting. SGRF will cover their travel and accommodation costs associated with 2016 NGBT meeting attendance.

SGRF | Genomics Project Grant (Exome Sequencing) 2016

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