Funding

  • The NCATS Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs help foster small business participation in research and development as well as technology commercialization. These programs are engines of innovation, offering grants, contracts and technical assistance to small businesses and academic research organizations. There are many benefits to

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    Harvard Medical School
    Up to 10 grants, $50K on the five senses. This funding opportunity will support investigations on any aspect of human sensory systems, or systems-enabling sensory perception, in human health or disease. Proposals on both traditional sensory systems – sight, sound, smell, taste and touch – which gather, organize, and integrate external stimuli, as well as on internal sensory systems (vestibular
  • Addressing the most pressing and complex clinical and translational science problems requires the collective expertise and creativity of a diverse scientific workforce. Studies have shown that diverse teams outperform homogeneous teams,1-3 produce better science,4 and help break down assumptions that persons from certain backgrounds perhaps do not ‘‘fit in’’ or belong in science.5 Indeed, it is
  • NCATS recently solicited feedback on the NCATS CTSA Program from the stakeholder community through a variety of mechanisms, including through a 2019 public Request for Information (NOT-TR-19-027) and general feedback from CTSA application peer reviewers (video). The most recent comments and questions were received in response to the presentation and discussion of the CTSA Program Funding
  • The Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences announced three partnerships selected to receive funding through the 2021-2022 Partnership Development and Sustainability Support (PDSS) program. This funding program provides up to $10,000 to new and existing community-academic partnerships for a 9-month period. It enables partners to develop the trust, infrastructure

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    Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science (GHUCCTS) is now accepting a letter of interest form for its predoctoral student and postdoctoral fellow training program in Translational Biomedical Science (TBS Program). Interest Form DUE April 1, 2021; Final application is DUE June 30, 2021.

  • The Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science (GHUCCTS) is now accepting applications for our 2021 KL2 Scholars Program. The pre-application is due January 31, 2021 with the final application due February 28, 2021. Funding is expected to begin in June 2021 pending the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science (GHUCCTS) is now accepting applications for our 2021 KL2 Scholars Program. The pre-application is due January 31, 2021 with the final application due February 28, 2021. Funding is expected to begin in June 2021 pending the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    Harvard Medical School
    Information session: Innovations & Interventions – GI Surgical Leaks Pilot Funding Funding opportunity In conjunction with Johnson & Johnson Innovation and its affiliates (J&J Innovation and its affiliates), seeking highly innovative proposals directed at reducing the complications resulting from post-surgery gastrointestinal (GI) leaks with the goal to reduce complications and improve outcomes
  • Dark blue background with pattern of drawing of an intestine. The pilot funding title is written in bold white letters and there is a small red circle icon with intestine drawing in it.
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    Harvard Medical School
    Information session: Innovations & Interventions – GI Surgical Leaks Pilot Funding Funding opportunity In conjunction with Johnson & Johnson Innovation and its affiliates (J&J Innovation and its affiliates), seeking highly innovative proposals directed at reducing the complications resulting from post-surgery gastrointestinal (GI) leaks with the goal to reduce complications and improve outcomes
  • The Faster Forward Fund
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    University Of Michigan

    Please register in advance here: https://bit.ly/3pUUU8q All are welcome to virtually attend; please share this announcement widely! Abstract: Funding opportunities for Research on Evaluation (RoE) often appear to be few and far between. However, the Faster Forward Fund (3F) is one example that offers hope to RoE die-hards that funding opportunities do indeed exist! Started by Michael Scriven, 3F

  • The VCU C. Kenneth and Dianne Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research has received a $16 million gift from the foundation of its namesake benefactors. The funds are part of a $24 million gift from the C. Kenneth and Dianne Wright Foundation, announced on Friday. The Wright Center’s $16 million will support the mission of the center — to advance science and foster partnerships that
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    Harvard Medical School
    Pilot funding: Everyday Exposures – Toxins and Health Applications due October 23, 2020 Up to $50,000 in pilot funding available for proposals on the effects of environmental toxins on human health. Proposals may focus on fields of study and concepts on environmental toxins including, but not limited to, diagnostic technologies, metabolism, educational methodologies, associated disease causation
  • In collaboration with The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital (FBJH), the Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) awards 11 investigators as part of the COVID-19 Research Funding Program. These eight-month grants provide critical financial support for COVID-19 translational research with potential direct clinical impact within the next 12 months. All

  • The Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s (CTSI) Community Engagement and Health Policy program (CEHP) is proud to announce that its UCSF COVID Patient and Community Advisory Board (PCAB) has been funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). The COVID PCAB was created to provide an easily accessible and efficient mechanism to help UCSF researchers obtain patient and
  • The community-academic partnership between Saint Louis University researcher Pamela Xaverius, PhD, MBA, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice and Rose Anderson-Rice, Deputy Director with Generate Health, is utilizing ICTS funding to meet the needs of mothers and families living in government housing during the current COVID-19

  • Twenty Virginia Commonwealth University faculty members received internal awards to quickly pivot or expand their work to address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the health system and the community. "When the funding opportunity was announced on April 3, VCU researchers across both campuses were ready to hit the ground running to address COVID-19," said F. Gerard Moeller, M.D., director of

  • The Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences and Washington University’s Institute for Public Health announce six partnerships selected to receive funding through the new Partnership Development and Sustainability Support (PDSS) program. This funding program provides up to $10,000 to community-academic partnerships for a 12-month period. It enables partners to develop

  • Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) awards 24 investigators with grants as part of the 13th annual Clinical and Translational Research Funding Program (CTRFP). The CTRFP is the largest internal grant funding program of the ICTS. Grant awardees are required to submit projects for funding that promote the translation of scientific discoveries into

  • The Atlanta Center for Microsystems-Engineered Point-of-Care Technologies (ACME POCT), based at the Emory University School of Medicine and the Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology at Georgia Tech, is one of four NIH-funded Centers of the NIBIB Point-of-Care Technologies Research Network. Our Center’s mission is to assist and enable inventors and clinicians at a national level who have

  • POCTRN
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    University Of Massachusetts Med Sch Worcester
    Do you have a promising point-of-care medical technology in need of further development? The NIH’s Point-of-Care Technology Research Network (POCTRN) drives the development of point-of-care technologies through collaborative efforts that merge scientific and technological capabilities with clinical need. The goal of the Point Of Care Technology Research Network is to develop technologies with
  • What is CEREC? CEREC was established in 2016 to provide an outlet for obtaining external reviews for CTSA-funded pilot research and to minimize the likelihood of bias and conflicts of interest. CEREC also offers a larger pool of expertise from which to draw precisely matched reviews for scientific lines of inquiry that may not be well represented within the institution receiving the proposal. This
  • The National Institutes of Health (NIH) awarded a research team from George Washington (GW), Yale, and Duke Universities $7.8 million to establish a rare disease network for Myasthenia Gravis. The team is led by Henry Kaminiski, MD (GW) and includes Linda Kusner, PhD (GW), Alison Hall, PhD (GW), Jeffrey Guptill, MD (Duke), Richard Nowak, MD (Yale), and Kevin O'Connor, PhD (Yale) as project leaders
  • We first told you about NIAID’s new program to increase and maintain a strong cohort of independent physician-scientists conducting biomedical research in our August 3, 2017 article “Physician-Scientists: NIAID Launches New Funding Opportunity Just for You.” The grant is split into a one- to two-year K99 phase that supports mentored postdoctoral research training and career development followed by