Create opportunities for translational team research across disciplines and institutions, and between pre-clinical and clinical scientists. This award can support clinical trials phases I & II. Emphasis is placed on drug discovery, targeted therapeutics, biomarker or device development, and life-course studies.
A minimum of two Co-Principal Investigators, representing different disciplines (e.g., Clinical and Basic) from at least two CTSC partnering institutions (see FAQ) with a focus on translational and clinical research. The research should provide results that lead to NIH funding. Basic research proposals will not be accepted.
With the aim of fostering collaboration among community organizations, CTSC institutions and affiliates, this award will emphasize special populations such as children, the elderly, vulnerable and disabled populations, and the LGBTI community, as well as health disparities research.
Proposals Must Have
A minimum of two Co-Principal Investigators from at least two CTSC partnering institutions (see FAQ) and different disciplines with a focus on translational and clinical research. Basic research proposals will not be accepted.
To target faculty members working in precision medicine pursuing studies that use genomics, behavioral and biologic measures to test feasibility for precision medicine therapy including artificial intelligence.
Proposals Must Have
A minimum of two Co-Principal Investigators from two different disciplines and partnering institutions. Focus on translational and clinical research. The research should provide insights that could be generalizable to other projects. Basic research proposals will not be funded
Strong community focus with a clear goal of facilitating the transfer of evidence-based practice that focuses on collaboration between the community (general population), CTSC institutions and affiliates. Emphasis should be placed on research in the following categories: health disparities, comparative effectiveness and research involving the LGBTI communities.
Proposals Must Have
A minimum of one researcher from a CTSC partner institution + one researcher from the community or community organization (as Co-PI)
OR A minimum of two Co-Principal Investigators (different disciplines preferred) from at least two CTSC partnering institutions (see FAQ). The research should facilitate the transfer of evidence-based practice to improve community health.
TO START YOUR APPLICATION
GO TO "Notification of Intent to Submit an Application" .
This will register your intent to submit an application. After completing the Notification of Intent, the system will instruct you on next steps for logging in to our Web-based ePAR system to complete your application. In completing your application, please refer to the checklist below.
Applications must comply with eligibility and submission requirements. Missing documents and/or information will disqualify your application for review.
Checklist for Application Submission (all awards)
A. Required Sections in ePAR
B. 3 Page Research Proposal (upload as PDF attachment in ePAR )
One PDF file with a maximum length of (3) single-spaced pages using no smaller than 11 pt Arial font. The proposal must include the following sections:
C. Letters of Collaboration/Support (upload as PDF attachments in ePAR )
Required from Co-PI(s) and Co-Investigators in support of the PI; letter should describe in detail the individual’s planned role in project.
Additional Letter: If the Lead PI or Co-PI holds an Instructor appointment, a letter from their divisional and/or department head guaranteeing 1 or 2 years (to match length of award) of protected time for the applicant to complete the project is also required.
Do not submit a budget
Here is some important information and FAQ
Review of projects will prioritize scientific merit and proposed community engagement in research, as applicable.
Contact Juan Cordero, MD at 646-962-8308
To complete your application, copy and paste the following link into your browser: webcamp.ctsc.weill.cornell.edu