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ORAU-Directed Research and Development Partnership Grants

Guidance for Councilors

ORAU Scientist Dr. Ashley  Golden and ODRD partner Dr. Lee Newman

ORAU Scientist Dr. Ashley Golden and ODRD partner Dr. Lee Newman, from the University of Colorado, Denver, presented their ODRD work, “An Exploratory Analysis of Sources of Variation in Beryllium Lymphocyte Proliferation Test Results in the National Supplemental Screening Program,” during a poster session at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado on Nov. 1, 2016.

Through collaborations between ORAU and ORAU-Member Universities, ORAU-Directed Research and Development (ODRD) harnesses innovation to strengthen and expand the scientific and technical capabilities of ORAU programs; enhance ORAU’s ability to address current and future customer needs; and supports university-engaged, applied research that enhances customer solutions.

ODRD creates a means to support additional exploratory, collaborative research opportunities with ORAU programs, and results in the greater potential for significant external research funding. ODRD competitively funds select innovative research-based approaches/solutions that fall within the intersection of core capabilities of ORAU and our member universities research interests.

ODRD is open to member universities with current Memoranda of Understanding and ORAU Value Through Partnerships External SharePoint access.

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