Global Health Initiative Exploration in Global Health Awards 2017-2018 Academic Year (July ‘17-June ’18)
View the RFA here.
2017-2018 KL2 RFA
A critical function of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute at Children's National (CTSI-CN) is to train highly motivated individuals from different disciplines with varied scholarly interests to conduct multidisciplinary clinical/patient-oriented research. This is one of several programs within the CTSI-CN and is called the Mentored Career Development Award (KL2).
The KL2 Program will award up to 2 new scholars if sufficiently meritorious applications are received. Funding will be awarded for 2 years; a maximum of 3 years of funding will be considered if sufficient justification is provided for a 3-year research and training program.
|The Collaboration and Multidisciplinary Team Science (CMTS) module of the CTSI-CN announces the Winter 2017 Voucher Award Program
Investigators are encouraged to apply for vouchers for up to $10,000 to support innovative, high-impact, clinical and translational research. The goal of the voucher program is to assist investigators in developing resources and/or preliminary data to facilitate hypothesis-driven research initiatives.
CTSI-CN resources for research support:
Preference will be given to junior/assistant level faculty, however faculty at all levels are eligible. Budgets may request funds for supplies, compensation for service or consultant fees (paid by invoice), or services offered through the CTSI-CN. Budgets may NOT request funds for: salaries, travel, publication fees or computer hardware. Applications are limited to 1 page (Ariel, 11 point font) and should include: abbreviated budget, timeline and brief description of the project including introduction, significance and research strategy. If the project will utilize CTSI-CN services, please meet with a member of the CTSI-CN team that will provide the service, prior to submitting the application. Faculty are eligible for 1 funded voucher every 12 months.
These awards differ from pilot studies. The intention is to produce a specific deliverable (specific set of preliminary data for grant or manuscript submission; survey; app/tool; etc.) within a very short time-frame — therefore proposals must demonstrate that the project is “shovel-ready”.
Projects must be completed by May 31, 2017 (no extension).
Application deadline: January 9, 2017. Awards will be announced ~2 weeks later.
To apply, please go to https://cri-datacap.org/surveys/?s=XNXJPWJKPK
Questions about this RFA may be addressed to: Sean Cleary, Susan Knoblach
*** UPDATE: Due to unexpected financial exigencies, we will not be able to offer the Avery Award for FY17 as planned
2016-2017 Avery Translational Research Career Development Program Award for Children's National Faculty
Click here to view the Information and Instructions for the 2016-2017 Application.
|Supplemental Funding for NIH K Series Awardees
Open to Children’s National Faculty
Applications should be sent to the Administrative Coordinator for the Centralized Funding Office.
Review the Application Process (.pdf) for further details.
PI (Faculty) Bridge Award
Application Deadline: Applications are accepted by the administrative coordinator of the Centralized Funding Office three times a year by the following due dates: March 15, July 15, November 15. However, applications must be received not less than six months prior to the scheduled termination date of the applicant’s current award.
For further details see the PI (Faculty) Bridge Award Page
Career Development Academic Enrichment (BEARCUB) Bridge Award
Review the Career Development Bridge Funding (.pdf) for further details.