AG2PI survey: Priorities for future funding opportunities in G2P
by Scott, Nicole M [AGRON]
Dear AgBioData member,
Tell us where future research and development funds should be directed!
In this survey, you will tell us which areas of agricultural genomes-to-phenomes (G2P) research you think are most critical for future investment, which are easiest to accomplish and in what areas might cross-kingdom collaborations be most successful. Summarized responses will be shared with USDA NIFA and on the AG2PI Community Survey<https://www.ag2pi.org/community-surveys/> webpage. The below URL is anonymous and does not collect identifying information. We ask that you finish the survey in one session, which should take 10-15 minutes.
Follow this link to the Survey:
This survey will close July 1, 2022. Please note: If you have joined an AG2PI mailing list then you will receive a direct email from this project asking you to fill out the survey. You should only fill out the survey once.
As a thank you for participating in the survey, we'd like to offer you the opportunity to enter into a random drawing for one of two (2) $50 gift cards and one of eight (8) AG2PI 20 oz aluminum water bottles. A link to a Google Form can be found at the end of the survey for you to enter the drawing. This opportunity is only open to individuals currently living in the U.S. and who are 18 years or older.
As a reminder, the focus of the AG2PI project is to build cross-kingdom research communities to address the challenges of genome to phenome (G2P) research and find opportunities to work together to identify shared critical research gaps. AG2PI is not, itself, a research producing project. Importantly, this survey is an opportunity for the community to share with the USDA a vision that may be used to guide future requests for proposals in this space as Congress continues to appropriate money for the general AG2PI program authorized in the 2018 Farm Bill.
We appreciate your input on how the AG2PI project can be used to better your own agricultural endeavors and inform USDA of your needs.
Nicole Scott, PhD
Agricultural Genome to Phenome Initiative
Iowa State University
1111 WOI Rd
Ames, IA 50011
office: 1077 Roy J. Carver Co-Lab
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