Author: Dr. Zhongzhen Nie

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Nie manages grants in the area of ion channels, GAP junctions, structural membrane lipids, integral membrane proteins, and calcium signaling. He also manages predoctoral training grants in the area of systems and integrative biology.

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Wanted: Program Director, Pharmacological and Physiological Sciences Branch

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UPDATE: This position is now closed.

We’re recruiting for an accomplished scientist with interest and experience in sepsis, critical illness, and/or polytraumatic injury to join the Pharmacological and Physiological Sciences (PPS) Branch of the Division of Pharmacology, Physiology, and Biological Chemistry (PPBC). The successful applicant will be responsible for scientific and administrative management of a portfolio of research, career development, and training grants. Opportunities also exist for Small Business Innovation and Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) grants.

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Wanted: Program Director, Pharmacological and Physiological Sciences Branch

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UPDATE: The position is now closed.

We’re recruiting for an accomplished scientist with interest and experience in total body responses to traumatic and other injuries, as well as sepsis, to join the Pharmacological and Physiological Sciences (PPS) Branch of the Division of Pharmacology, Physiology, and Biological Chemistry (PPBC). The successful applicant will have responsibility for scientific and administrative management of a portfolio of research, career development, and training grants. Opportunities also exist for Small Business Innovation and Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) grants.

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NIGMS Continues Its MIRA Program

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We’ve issued a funding opportunity announcement (FOA) PAR-19-367 to maintain continued support of our Maximizing Investigators’ Research Award (MIRA) program. Under this new FOA, investigators with an active NIGMS R35 grant (both early-stage and established investigator MIRA) can submit renewal MIRA applications, and investigators with a single-PI R01-equivalent NIGMS award (DP1, DP2, R01, R37, SC1) can submit new MIRA applications.

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