The goal of providing grant assistance is to enable research impact and funding success.
The assistance includes, but is not limited to, supporting multi-disciplinary and multi-collaborative grant proposal development, serving as a point of contact for faculty seeking advice and guidelines on grant proposal related policies, and connecting RPI research community to up-to-date funding opportunities.
Please contact Grant Director Jack Huang to discuss your proposal.
Building on the Strong Culture of Interdisciplinary Research and Academics.
“We take a multidisciplinary, multi-perspective approach to broaden our net on the types of complex problems and issues we can address”
- Robert Hull, cMDIS Director
We Increasingly Live in a Data-Driven, Web-Enabled, Supercomputer-Powered, Globally Interconnected World.
Note: As of January 2017, Rensselaer investigators may submit IBC protocols via the Mentor IBC system, using their RCS email and password to log in. One logged in, please visit the IBC "Documentation" page for submission instructions and materials.
Note: As of January 2017, Rensselaer investigators may submit IACUC protocols via the Mentor IACUC system, using their RCS email and password to log in. One logged in, please visit the IACUC "Documentation" page for submission instructions and materials.
The mission of the ISCRO is to review research involving human embryonic stem cells, human totipotent or pluripotent cells, human pluripotent stem cell lines, human neural and gonadal progenitor stem cells or other somatic tissues for stem cell research (excluding cells that remain restricted in tissue potential and are not known to possess totipotent or pluripotent potential).
Documentation of the provenance of the material(s) is required.