WashU Nephrology and Center of Regenerative Medicine Partner for Early Career Seed Grants

The Division of Nephrology and the Center of Regenerative Medicine (CRM) at Washington University in St. Louis have partnered to offer two seed grants for projects that focus on kidney disease and regenerative medicine.

The $20,000, one-year grants are open to WashU employees at the level of postdoctoral fellow, instructor, or early-career assistant professors who have not yet received significant independent funding.  K01 and K08 awardees are eligible, and there is no specific citizenship requirement.

Applications are due by 4:00pm on Friday, December 4, 2020.  Send to CRM Kidney Disease Early Investigator Seed Grant Selection Committee c/o Angela Bowman PhD Email:

An internal and external selection committee identified by the leadership of the Center of Regenerative Medicine will review applications.  Notification of the award is anticipated in January 2021.  See RFA here.

The CRM is a research collaborative of over 80 faculty members from basic science, engineering, and clinical departments and is committed to “advancing the science of regenerative medicine and its therapeutic applications.”