Shared Instrumentation Grant Program
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The types of research instruments that can be purchased under this program are nuclear magnetic resonance systems, electron and confocal microscopes, mass spectrometers, protein and DNA sequencers, biosensors, x-ray diffractometers and cell sorters.

The minimum cost of the instruments will be $100,000 each, and the maximum amount that will be granted per application will be $600,000.

The institutions and organizations that will be eligible to submit an application under the Shared Instrumentation Grant Program are the following:

a) Public/State Controlled Institutions of Higher Education

b) Private Institutions of Higher Education

c) Hispanic-serving Institutions

d) Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)

e) Tribally Controlled Colleges and Universities (TCCUs)

f) Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Serving Institutions

g) Nonprofit Organizations Other Than Institutions of Higher Education

The Department of Health and Human Services, the mother agency that is funding the Shared Instrumentation Grant Program, is the nation's principal agency that is largely responsible for protecting the health of all Americans and ensuring the provision of fundamental health and human services to all people needing such services.

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