Reposted from Boise State Office of Sponsored Programs
We are pleased to announce the release of a new funding opportunity through CTR-IN. Our recent data shows that this has been, and will continue to be, an important program for building success in clinical and translational research across our network. Previous CTR-IN funded investigators have obtained over $6 million in extramural grant funding from a variety of federal and non-federal sources (NIH, FDA, Foundations, etc.).
The new funding opportunity for Health Disparities Pilot Grants can be found here: http://ctrin.unlv.edu/
As with our most recent pilot grant opportunities, the first step will be for your Vice President for Research, via your office of sponsored programs, to nominate up to four investigators to apply for these pilot awards. The process for selecting nominees is determined by each institution, but several institutions have approached this in a manner similar to other Limited Competition funding opportunities. You should anticipate further instructions on this process from your office of sponsored programs or other CTR-IN representatives on your campus. The final nominations will be submitted to CTR-IN by your designated institutional representative.
We thank you for your continued support of CTR-IN.
For all of those who intend on applying please notify Pre-Award no later than the close of business Friday, November 4th. email@example.com