Open only to ISCRM members located at the University of Washington
1. The John H. Tietze Stem Cell Scientist Award
2. The Jaconette L. Tietze Young Scientist Award
1. The John H. Tietze Stem Cell Scientist Award is a one-year award of $50,000 to support the research of any UW FACULTY member of ISCRM who is pursuing novel preliminary experiments, where the grant might provide sufficient stimulus to enable the research to advance to the point of being competitive for external funding. The research should involve or be relevant to some aspect of stem or progenitor cell biology or therapies.
2. The Jaconette L. Tietze Young Scientist Award is also for one year of support of $25,000. Preference will be given a junior faculty (including Acting Instructor level) located at the UW who has not yet received major external funding (such as an R01). The research should involve or be relevant to some aspect of stem or progenitor cell biology or therapies.
a. Provide all items to Leena Pranikay (email@example.com) by Monday, March 8, 2021, 9:00AM
1. Diversity statement (300 words max)
2. NIH style biosketch (2 pages maximum, including current funding)
3. Maximum two page application addressing:
Applicants that have previously received a Tietze Award or an ISCRM Innovation Pilot Award within the last two years are ineligible at this time.
For the first round of the review process — reviewers will be screened to avoid conflict of interest. The initial rankings will then be reviewed by the ISCRM directorship and the ISCRM Liaison Committee for final decision.
Award recipients agree to provide the donors with a brief report (one or two pages), in lay terms, on project outcomes. This report is to be submitted to Leena Derifield at the end of the award year. Updates from the Advancement Office may be requested on occasion. Please graciously acknowledge the John H. Tietze Foundation in any publications that are a direct result from the Tietze Award.
Funding will be awarded in April 2021.