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Graduate Fellowship Opportunity
The application deadline for the Christine Mirzayan Science & Technology Policy Graduate Fellowship is April 30, 2021.
The program is a full-time hands-on training and educational program that provides early career individuals with the opportunity to spend 12 weeks at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine in Washington, DC learning about science and technology policy and the role that scientists and engineers play in advising the nation. This Mirzayan Fellowship offers a unique opportunity to obtain the essential skills and knowledge needed to work in science policy at the federal, state, or local levels.
It has not yet been determined if conditions surrounding COVID-19 will permit the fellowship in-person or if it will be held virtually.
Enable Medicine (enablemedicine.com) is a new company out of Menlo Park, CA that runs CODEX-based image acquisition and analysis in their labs, and have a pipeline that performs single-cell segmentation, characterizes marker expression, and interprets cell-cell interaction maps. If you would be interested in speaking to them about their software platforms, please contact Archit Sheth-Shah
Save the Date(s):
HuBMAP Annual Meeting
This is a reminder to mark you calendars for May 19-21, 2021for the HuBMAP Annual Meeting. The meeting will be held virtually. Stay tuned for additional details.
Rare As One Network (Cycle 2) RFA
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) is opening the second cycle of Rare As One Network to lift up the work that patient communities are doing to accelerate research and drive progress against the 7,000 rare diseases which affect 400 million people worldwide.
Through the Rare As One Network (Cycle 2) Request for Applications (RFA), CZI is inviting patient-led, U.S.-based nonprofit 501(c)(3), rare disease advocacy organizations to apply for a three-year grant opportunity to support the development and/or expansion of a patient-led collaborative research network in their disease area. Selected grantees will be awarded up to $600,000 total costs over a period of three years. Throughout the grant period, CZI will provide grantee organizations with capacity building support, including funding, training, community learning opportunities, and mentorship.
This grant opportunity will provide support to 20 patient-led organizations to build a network of researchers, clinicians, and patients working together to align on the state of the science, identify open research questions, and develop shared research priorities - placing emphasis on addressing diagnosis-related research challenges, and directing attention to the diversity of needs of the full patient community.
This guide provides the process a data provider should follow when submitting data to HuBMAP for it to be displayed in the portal.
Since the goal is to continue enhancing the capabilities of the portal, this document will be versioned as changes are made. The HIVE recommends accessing the document via the link to ensure you are viewing the most up to date version.
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The next Human Cell Atlas General Meeting will be held June 28-30 and will take place virtually. To maximize participation from the global audience, main sessions will be scheduled between 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM EST each day. Recordings of talks will be available later for viewing on the event platform, as well as onYouTubeandBilibilichannels.
Please visit thewebsiteoremail for more information. Further details about HCAeventsare available.
Intra-Consortia Junior Investigator's Meeting: Seeking Planning Committee Members
Are you a graduate student or a postdoc? Are you interested in working with members from HTAN, CZI, as well as other HuBMAP members to create a junior investigator's meeting? Here is the advertisement for you!
We are soliciting three HuBMAP graduate students or postdocs to join the planning committee for an intra-consortia Junior Investigator's Meeting, which will virtually take place September 22-24.
Developers in need of HIVE infrastructure may request access through the PSC web form, found here.
Instructions for using HIVE infrastructure can now be found in the "Quick Links" section of the Collaboration Portal. A direct link to this documentation can be foundhere. Please report any issues or direct any questions email@example.com.