12F UGR 2: Cover Sheet
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Undergraduate Research & Creativity Grant Proposal Fill in the blue boxesOnly fill these columns if there are multiple authors.
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Student InformationPrimary AuthorCo-author 1Co-author 2Co-author 3
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Please enter your last nameSlipper
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Please enter your first nameCinderella
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Please enter your year in schoolJunior
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Please enter your anticipated date of graduation (MM/YYYY)05/2013
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Please enter your permenant street address111 Pumpkin Lane
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Please enter your apartment number if applicable
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City of residenceLa Crosse
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StateWI
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Zip code54601
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Please enter your phone number(s)608-555-1111
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Please provide your UW-L e-mail addressslipper.cind@uwlax.edu
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Please list your mentors name (first, last)Cooper, Scott
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Please enter your mentor(s) UW-L e-mail addressscooper@uwlax.edu
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Please enter your DepartmentBiology
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Please enter your CollegeCollege of Science & Health
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Grant Proposal Information
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Please enter your proposal title:Of Squirrels and Men: A Story of Platelet Storage
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Please enter your proposal abstract:Platelets are routinely used in transfusions, yet they cannot be stored in a refrigerator or else they will be cleared rapidly when re-injected into a patient. The objective of this experiment is to see if platelets from ground squirrels are resistant to cold storage, and thus could serve as a model to develop methods to store human platelets in the cold. To test this we will fluorescently label platelets from humans and ground squirrels, store them at 4°C and 37°C for up to 48 hours, and measure their uptake by cultured human liver cells. Previous research has shown that human platelets stored at 4°C are rapidly taken up, and we predict that ground squirrel platelets stored at 4°C will be resistant to this cold storage.
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Is this a International (I) or Domestic (D) project?Domestic
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If your project is international, please list the countries you will visit. (For I only)
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Will you also be enrolled in study abroad or service learning on the same trip?
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If you answered yes, please give the name of your study abroad or service learning advisor for this international trip.
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Please enter your projects proposed start date (MM/YYYY) 06/2012
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Please enter your projects proposed end date (MM/YYYY) 05/2013
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Please enter the approximate number of hours you will need to complete your project80
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Compliance Information
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If proposal is funded compliance documentation MUST be completed if answer is "yes" for any question below. Documentation is available at each link.Compliance documents
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Does this proposal require review for human subjects? YesHuman Subjects Information
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Does this proposal require review for animal care?NoAnimal Care Information
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Does this proposal require review for hazordous materials?NoHazordous Materials Information
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Previous Funding
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Have you received previous funding for undergraduate research? If "yes" the Previously Funded Research section (section 4) of the proposal narrative must be filled out.No
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Budget
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Stipend Requested (max. $600 for one student, $950 for multiple students)$600.00Budget Instructions
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Travel Requested (include lodging and transportation costs)900
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Supplies Requested
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Books Requested
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Total Requested (max. $1500, one student domestic; $1650 multiple students, domestic; $3000 international)$1,500.00
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Electronic VerificationPlease type initials to verify
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I have shown this proposal to my faculty mentor, and they approved it. C.B.S.
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If applicable, I have shown this proposal to the International Studies Office, and they approved it.
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If applicable, I have shown this proposal to my study abroad or service learning advisor, and they approved it.
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The URC Office will send an e-mail to the parties above to confirm your responses above.
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