The Innovative Molecular Analysis Technologies (IMAT) program was established to support the development, technical maturation, and dissemination of novel and potentially transformative next-generation technologies through an approach of balanced but targeted innovation. In support of its mission, the IMAT program utilizes a variety of investigator-initiated research project grant mechanisms while retaining a strong commitment to diversity and to the training of scientists and clinicians in cross-cutting, research-enabling disciplines.
The NCI is very pleased to announce that the IMAT program has approved reissuance for funding opportunity announcements through calendar year (CY) 2015.
Please use the links below for examples of past funding opportunities. New funding opportunities will be linked once posted.
Funding opportunities in technology development are intended to support the inception, maturation, and subsequent dissemination of technically innovative and potentially transformative emerging technologies. These opportunities exist in parallel with various educational and training programs aimed at the recruitment, retention, and promotion of a diverse pool of talent in areas of emerging technology.
Coming Soon! 16th Annual PI Meeting – November 12-13, 2015, Porter Center, NIH Campus, Bethesda MD (Registration will open in late August/early September)
The yearly meetings for the Principal Investigators funded through the IMAT programs are held to provide a forum to discuss progress; forge collaborations between investigators; showcase complementary programs and resources; and solicit feedback from investigators. Funded PIs are asked to save the date. Supported investigators with questions about this meeting are encouraged to contact Tony Dickherber at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next FY15 IMAT program funding opportunity due date is set for June 17, 2015. See Funding Opportunities for more information.
The Innovative Molecular Analysis Technologies Development for Cancer Research and Clinical Care (IMAT-SBIR, PAR-13-327) funding opportunity provides to small businesses conducting research towards the commercial development of emerging molecular and/or cellular analytical technologies intended for cancer detection and/or characterization. more +
TGen and Ceres Nanosciences announce collaboration to develop high-throughput Nanotrap enrichment methods for Mass Spectrometry (June 2014) more +
IMAT support leads to new commercial glycan tagging kit from Cambridge Isotope Laboratories.
Congratulations to the Muddiman group (NCSU) for commercial launch of their INLIGHTTM glycan tagging kit, an important new tool for enabling mass spectrometry-based glycomics research. more +