Current Call for Applications
In order to promote stronger research collaborations across our Mountain West Research Universities, please click on this link http://ctrin.unlv.edu/?page_id=4723 for a new funding opportunity announcement (FOA) to support pilot funding for Multi-Site Research Projects (MSRP) during Year 5. These will be larger than the typical single investigator pilot awards and may only be applicable to a smaller pool of faculty that have already engaged in discussions with other investigators in the CTR-IN network.
Only one application per institution will be accepted. It is possible, and encouraged, that each institution could partner on more than one application, but each institution will be restricted to submitting one application as the Lead Institution.
Key Dates for pilot MSRP Applications:
Letter of Intent Due 02/22/2017
Notification to submit app 03/01/2017
Application Due Date 04/17/2017
Award Announcements 05/31/2017
JIT Period 06/01/2017 – 06/30/2017
Submission to NIGMS 07/01/2017
Earliest Start Date July 2017
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IDeA CTR-IN Grant Pilot study information
Clinical Translational Research defined:
Clinical research includes (1) patient-oriented research; (2) epidemiologic and behavioral studies; and (3) outcomes research and health services research.
Translational research (T1-T4) includes:
T1, Translation to Humans: Testing basic science discoveries in humans for clinical effect and/or applicability;
T2, Translation to Patients: Testing new interventions in human subjects under controlled environments to form the basis for clinical applications and evidence--based guidelines;
T3, Translation to Practice: Research on the application of new interventions or therapies in general practice; research that yields knowledge on best ways to implement new medical interventions in the clinic; and
T4, Translation to Population: Investigations of factors and/or interventions that influence the health of populations; ultimately results in improved health of the public.
Pilot Grant Coordinators:
Curtis Noonan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Epidemiology
Center for Environmental Health Sciences
University of Montana Missoula
C. William Shuttleworth, Ph.D.
Department of Neurosciences
University of New Mexico