NCBO Seeks Collaborators on Biomedical Ontology Research | GenomeWeb

The National Centers for Biomedical Ontology has issued a call for proposals to fill two Driving Biological Project, or DBP, opportunities.

The two new DBPs will be managed as subcontracts from Stanford University, which is the administrative home of the NCBO.

The maximum awards will be for $140,000 annually for up to two years. The funds are intended to support collaborative activities with the center, not to support ongoing biomedical research at the participating DBP institution.

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