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Behavioral Systems

Frequently Asked Questions

IOS has updated the frequently asked questions for the core programs solicitation (NSF 13-600).  They can be found at http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2013/nsf13125/nsf13125.jsp.  January 17, 2014 is the next deadline for preliminary proposals. 

CONTACTS

Name Email Phone Room
Michelle  Elekonich melekoni@nsf.gov (703) 292-7202  685N  
Bruce  Cushing bscushin@nsf.gov (703) 292-4959  685N  
Daniel  Wiegmann dwiegman@nsf.gov (703) 292-8423  685N  

SYNOPSIS

Apply to 13-600

The Behavioral Systems Cluster consists of the Animal Behavior Program which supports research in the area of integrative animal behavior to understand how and why individuals and groups of animals do what they do in nature. Research in this area occurs in field, laboratory and captive environments and covers a wide range of scientific fields and levels of analysis to study the development, mechanisms, adaptive value, and evolutionary history of behavior. The Cluster encourages species specific and comparative studies as well as modeling and theoretical approaches that use animal systems to discover and explore overarching principles of the biology of behavior and to advance a fully integrated understanding of the behavioral phenotype from genes to ecosystems.  

The Cluster supports these goals through the core program in Animal Behavior and the Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant program (DDIG).

Program Directors:

Michelle Elekonich.  Animal Behavior

Bruce Cushing.  Animal Behavior

Daniel Wiegmann.  Animal Behavior

 

FUNDED AS PART OF THIS ACTIVITY

Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants in the Directorate for Biological Sciences

RELATED PROGRAMS

Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants in the Directorate for Biological Sciences

RELATED URLS

What Has Been Funded (Recent Awards Made Through This Program, with Abstracts)

Map of Recent Awards Made Through This Program

2012 Animal Behavior Workshop Report

Frequently Asked Questions for NSF: 13-600 IOS Core Programs Solicitation

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IOS Cluster Descriptions


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