CAAT Humane Education and CAAT Reduction Grants

The Johns Hopkins Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing (CAAT) is now accepting proposals for the 2023 Reduction and Humane Education Grants. The Reduction Grant is intended for researchers who conduct systematic reviews, meta-analyses, or citation analyses of animal studies or similar work with the goal to reduce animal use in science. The Humane Education Grant is given for the development of animal-free training resources for veterinary, medical or laboratory courses.

Each grant includes prize money of $6,000 USD.

The Johns Hopkins Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing (CAAT) is now accepting proposals for the 2023 Reduction and Humane Education Grants. 

The Reduction Grant focuses on research projects that help reduce animal use by identifying areas of research and testing where animal models lack reproducibility and translational value. Hence, the grant is intended for researchers who conduct systematic reviews, meta-analyses, or citation analyses of animal studies or similar work with the goal to reduce animal use in science. 

The Humane Education Grant is given for the development of animal-free training resources for veterinary, medical or laboratory courses. The grant is intended for educators and training material developers with the goal to foster respect and compassion for animals. 

Each grant includes prize money of $6,000 USD. There are no Facilities and Administrative Costs allowed on the grants. Preference will be given to studies that have broad applicability and a potentially large impact. The proposal should include a detailed description of the planned study and its anticipated outcomes. It should provide sufficient detail so reviewers can understand what is being proposed and how the data will be evaluated and used. The proposal should not exceed ten pages, including any supplemental information (except for the CV). A breakdown of the proposed budget should be included. 

The deadline for receipt of submissions is November 15, 2023. Applications should be submitted electronically to the Director of the Beyond Classical Refinement Program, Kathrin Herrmann, at kherrma1(at)jhu.edu . 

For more information see here 

15.04.2024
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