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The Auburn University Research Initiative has announced three grant programs for 2016. These include the Major Grants Program, or MGP, with grants of up to $200,000 over two years; the Seed Grant Program, with grants of $20,000 for one year that can be used to develop new ideas; and the Graduate Fellowship Program, which supports graduate students performing cancer research. The application process for MGP funding starts immediately so interested parties should begin planning today. The preproposal meeting will be on April 4. More information about the timing of submissions and requests for proposals is online. Contact Bruce Smith, director of the Auburn University Research Initiative in Cancer, at smithbf@auburn.edu, with any additional questions.