The Duke CTSI Community Engagement Population Health Improvement Awards program aims to engage community and academic partners in collaborative research that promotes novel ideas to improve community and population health.
Duke CTSI, home of the National Institutes of Health’s Clinical and Translational Science Award at Duke, will provide approximately $200,000 for direct costs to support pilot awards that can be used to either a) develop new community-research partnerships or b) foment already existing community and research partnerships that aim to develop and test effective solutions to improve community and population health.
These partnerships and innovations can originate from community stakeholders or from Duke research partners but they must involve both community and research collaborators.
Level 1: Seed Awards of $1,500
Level 2: Co-development awards of up to $25,000
Level 3: Advanced Partnership awards of up to $25,000
Deadline: Feb. 22, 2018. See https://www.ctsi.duke.edu/pophealthawards for more information.