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Funding and Grant Support

Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute supports funding opportunities throughout the year and shares information on other University funding available to investigators.

The Institute and the College of Medicine’s Research Concierge Service work together to provide a variety of information on creating successful grant proposals.

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Funding Opportunities

Institute Funding Opportunities Expand answer

Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute administers or assists with several internal grant programs, including Bridges to Translation and Community-Engaged Research Core Faculty Fellowships.

Institute funding opportunities are listed here.

Explore federal, commercialization, philanthropic and internal funding opportunities

Partnered Funding Opportunities Expand answer

Penn State CTSI has partnered with Allegheny Health Network (AHN) and Highmark Health to offer a unique funding opportunity for researchers and practitioners. Central to this initiative is to forge connections between AHN clinicians and Penn State University faculty toward developing interdisciplinary and interprofessional collaborations that advance clinical and translational science including toward improving health care and reducing its costs. Funded projects will include researchers and practitioners from both institutions and should aim at promoting population health, including through preventing, predicting, diagnosing and/or treating human disease.

The deadline for applications is June 20, 2022 at 5 p.m.

Read the full RFA and apply here


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Bridges to Translation Pilot Grant Program Expand answer

The long-range goal of Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute is to develop, implement and make available to the community at large new methods to promote health and predict, prevent and effectively treat human disease. The Institute funds novel projects through its Bridges to Translation Pilot Grant Program to encourage collaborations and work to overcome roadblocks to taking research in the laboratories to patients in healthcare clinics.

Learn more and apply here

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Grant Support

Boilerplate Language for Grants Expand answer

Penn State College of Medicine’s Research Concierge Service provides a library of boilerplate language to assist in writing grant proposals. Investigators are advised to tailor boilerplate language to reflect the specific aims of their research project.

Get CTSI boilerplate for use in grants

Proposal Development Resources Expand answer

The Research Concierge Service at Penn State College of Medicine offers a collection of resources to help investigators with proposal development.

See proposal development information