Objective: This is a research planning grant to develop a community based project or program. During the grant period, applicants will develop a research plan, including a timeline for completion and estimated costs.
The Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) of Weill Cornell Medical College invites you to develop a community-based research planning grant that involves collaboration between one of our partner institutions (see above for members of our consortium) and a community based organization. Our focus at the CTSC is to better support communities in their dedication to improving the health of their populations.
The goal of this award is to promote the development of a partnership between academic researchers and community members for the purpose of designing and planning a collaborative research project.
Planning Award Proposals Require:
1. Participants must present an idea for a clinical or non-clinical research project with community engagement and/or involvement. It is expected that applicants may revise the program or research aspects based on feasibility analysis and background research conducted over the course of this planning grant.
2. All proposals must include at least one academic faculty member and one representative of a community based organization.
3. At the end of the funding period, the completed research plan should include: background information, project proposal and timeline for IRB approval.
4. All proposals must include a budget for expenses and a timeline for planned activities.
5. We do NOT expect any research activities to be conducted during this planning grant award period.
Planning proposal should be single space, 11pt font ARIAL and no more than three (3) pages.
Planning Proposal Must Include:
Additional Documents Required:
For budget questions, please contact Bill McGuinness firstname.lastname@example.org (646-962-8306)