Wyoming INBRE Travel for Training Application
Wyoming INBRE Bioinformatics Travel for Training Grant (TFT) Program 2021. Please see https://ibcsite.uwyo.online/grants/tft/ for specific guidance on filling out certain fields.

The immediate goal of this program is to support the travel costs associated with participation in formal bioinformatics training events (workshops, short courses). The longer-term objective of the program is to enhance the bioinformatics expertise of Wyoming researchers and educators, as a contribution towards furthering the goals of Wyoming INBRE. Faculty, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and other research personnel are encouraged to apply.

Funds up to $2,500 may be requested. Please note that funding is competitive.

Applications that are incomplete, contain answers in excess of word limits, or whose requests are in excess of $2500 will not be considered.
Email *
Name (Surname, Firstname) *
Position (Graduate students and postdocs must also include a letter of support from their research advisor sent to wyoinbre@gmail.com with "TFT-YourName" in the subject line). *
Name of advisor (if applicant is not faculty or staff member) *
Institution *
Department *
Phone *
First date of proposed travel *
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Last date of proposed travel *
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Name of Training program? *
Web-link to training announcement *
Brief description of training (150 words or less.) *
How will participation in this training program enhance bioinformatics components of your research and/or educational programs? How is this research aligned with NIH INBRE goals? (300 words or less). *
Estimated cost for attending the event. Separately email detailed budget (e.g. costs of airfare, car travel, lodging, course fees with documentation) to wyoinbre@gmail.com with "Train-YourName" in the subject line. YOUR APPLICATION WILL NOT BE SEEN UNLESS YOU SEND THIS EMAIL. *
If estimated project costs exceed the requested amount, provide an explanation on how these costs will be supported. (150 words or less) *
Successful applicants will be required to participate in a half-day event in which they will provide brief presentations on their training experience and how the knowledge gained has been used to advance bioinformatics components of the applicant’s research and/or educational program. Program participants may also be required to complete very brief surveys before and after the training event, to allow programmatic assessment.) *
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A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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