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Health Disparities Pilot Grant Funding Opportunity

15 January 2019

Purpose

The purpose of this funding opportunity is to provide promising early career investigators with support to capture the key preliminary data that will support and inform a competitive “R-level” grant application to NIH or other extramural funding source.

Principal Investigator (PI) Eligibility

The PI must 1) have a faculty-level appointment with a minimum of 0.5 FTE support at a participating CTR-IN Institution, and 2) must be eligible to submit extramural grant applications from their institution as a PI. The PI must devote at least 20% effort (2.4 person months) to the Pilot Grant project. Per IDeA program policy, an awardee may not concurrently receive funding for their research program through other IDeA mechanisms (e.g., CTR, COBRE or INBRE).

University of Hawaii submission deadline

Submit your nominating packet to Ms. Tammy Ho (tamho@hawaii.edu) by February 11, 2019.

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