TDA seeking seed grant proposals; LOIs due Sept. 15

Translational Data Analytics is seeking seed grant proposals from teams that wish to form new, interdisciplinary teams to generate preliminary study concepts, technologies, data, and results encompassing data analytics. These proposals will support the creation of a community of scholars dedicated to identifying, sharply defining, and providing solutions to problems within the scope of TDA.

Letter of Intent deadline is September 15, 2016. Application deadline is October 27, 2016, with the earliest possible start date occurring in the spring semester of 2017.

Full RFP description and application (PDF)

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