Current Funding Opportunities
Bridges to Translation III:
Due Date: May 1, 2017 (invited applicants only)
Letter of Intent Due: March 24, 2017
The CTSI invites applicants for pilot projects designed to break down roadblocks across any stage of the translational science spectrum. Special consideration will be given to projects that focus on development or applications of telemedicine, investigator-initiated clinical trials, including new trials or augmentation of ongoing trials and community engagement to involve primary healthcare providers and/or other community organizations/advocacy groups, in research.
Read the complete RFA, eligibility criteria and submission requirements here.
CTSI Pilot Project Funding:
Community Engagement Enhancement Funding
The Clinical and Translational Science Institute provides pilot funding aimed at increasing researchers attention to and capacity for collaboration with a range of communities. Community Engagement Enhancement Funding is designed to help investigators build community engaged health research (CEHR) into ongoing projects as a broad mechanism to advance the dissemination of research funding and engage communities throughout the process.
Funding can be used to: direct investigators’ efforts toward community engagement; enhance communities opportunities for participation as research partners including consultation about health priorities; promote relationships of mutual respect and trust; reward community partners for their expertise; develop sustainable implementation and dissemination strategies and ultimately improve the health and well-being of communities. View the impact of the Community Engagement Enhancement Funding at: http://ctsi.psu.edu/community-engaged-pilots/
**Currently the CTSI does not have any open RFA’s for Community Engagement Enhancement Funding**
Penn State Pathway to Partnerships Funding:
The Penn State Pathway to Partnerships provides seed funding to support and stimulate new collaborations and help to broaden existing collaborations to develop new directions in research. More information on the Penn State Pathway to Partnerships Program is found here.
Interdisciplinary Funding Opportunities:
- Tobacco Center for Regulatory Science (TCOR) Pilot Funding Opportunity
- College of Medicine Office of Research Development
- Social Science Research Institute
- Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences
Innovation and Entrepreneurship Funding Opportunities:
- BioStrategy Partners PharmaGerminator Program
- Fund for Innovation
- University City Science Center QED Proof-of-Concept Program
Penn State Funding Opportunities:
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