The TRISH postdoc solicitation is set to release in Fall 2019.
BRASH 1901 Solicitation
On Dec. 17, 2018, the Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH) at Baylor College of Medicine released a call for proposals via NSPIRES. The solicitation, Biomedical Research Advances for Space Health (BRASH) 1901, has six new areas of interest:
*Ophthalmic imaging as a Means of Assessing Overall Health
*Physical Health Surveillance of Astronauts on Deep Space Missions
*Enriched Spaceflight Environments for Behavioral Health
*Augmented Medical Knowledge and Guidance on Deep Space Missions
*Personalized Detection of Space Radiation-Induced Biological Damage
*"Just in Time" Medications
There are two steps to the TRISH grant application process. The deadline for the first phase of applications is mid-February. For phase 2, successful Step 1 proposers will be invited to complete a more detailed proposal.
Dec. 17, 2018 - BRASH 1901 Solicitation Announcement
Jan. 30, 2019 - Pre-Proposal Webinar
March 7, 2019- Step-1 Proposals due by 5 p.m. ET
May 10, 2019 - Step-2 Proposals due by 5 p.m. ET
October - Selection Announcements
**Due to the partial government shutdown, proposal deadlines have been extended.**
Check out the pre-proposal webinar here
Focused Investigation Project Proposals
Focused Investigation Project (FIP) grants are unsolicited proposals that may be submitted at any time. This funding vehicle is best suited for pilot or proof-of-principle projects with a small amount of funding and a short duration.
Schedule: Unsolicited or directed. Submit any time.
Annual Funding Amount: Generally <$100k but can be more
Duration: 6-18 months
Review: Programmatic relevance and external scientific peer reviews. Reviewed as received.
TRISH Cost Sharing Requirements
Areas of Interest