For Scientists

The Brain Health Consortium leverages its collective expertise to collaborate on large-scale research projects that will produce a greater understanding of the brain’s complexity and the factors that cause its decline. We provide technical support and hands-on training with its Stem Cell Core Facility for cell derivation and various other Cores for transdisciplinary research. Members receive seed funds and preferential access to its core facilities. Our scientists provide education regarding stem cells and regenerative medicine and promote outreach and public education regarding the potential of stem cells for biomedical research. The Consortium proudly partners with the Vice President for Research, Economic Development and Knowledge Enterprise to sponsor:

 

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Internal Grant Opportunity

Collaborative Seed Grant (CSG) 

The Brain Health Consortium (BHC) Collaborative Seed Grant (CSG) program, sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research, Economic Development, and Knowledge Enterprise (REDKE) at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), is offering seed grants to support collaborative research at UTSA. These grants support a broad range of trans-disciplinary research that may yield fundamental insights into the mechanisms underlying brain disorders.

Award Information

  • Estimated Number of Awards: 1-2*, subject to availability of funds
  • Maximum Total Funding Per Project: $30,000

Submission Deadline: March 9, 2022

Interested faculty should complete an Intake Form to initiate Research Service Center coordination. TheRSC requires an Intake Form be submitted at least 10 business days in advance of deadline.

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Acknowledgement of BHC in Publications and Grants

It is expected that BHC members include the affiliation “University of Texas at San Antonio Brain Health Consortium” in all relevant publications and grants. Please acknowledge the use of Brain Health Consortium in research funding and publications by stating: “This work was supported by the Brain Health Consortium at University of Texas at San Antonio”.