Duke Global Health Institute and Cancer Institute will provide up to $25,000 direct costs for one year of support for each pilot research project that address issues relating to cancer prevention, diagnosis, or treatment in resource constrained environments. Two pilot projects will be funded. Deadline is July 16, 2018.
The Translating Duke Health Cardiovascular Disease Initiative is pleased to announce a call for proposals to identify areas for investment that will accelerate research in the area of Cardiovascular Resistance, Resilience and Rejuvenation.
The Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is partnering with NC State’s Office of Research, Innovation and Economic Development to support new inter-institutional collaborative research teams. This pilot program is designed to facilitate novel clinical and translational research that applies or accelerates discovery into testing in clinical or population settings. Deadline is May 15, 2018.
The Duke-NUS Medical School Singapore is pleased to announce a call for applications from Duke faculty members interested in visiting the school to engage with Duke-NUS faculty, with the primary goal of exploring potential collaborative research projects. Applications are due May 2, 2018.
In collaboration with the Health Data Sciences initiative at Duke (the Forge), the Duke Department of Medicine is seeking proposals for research in health data science. We plan to fund 1-3 one-year awards with a total budget not to exceed $75,000/project. Deadline for proposal submission is April 20, 2018.
The Department of Medicine invites proposals for the Career Development (K) Bridge Funding Program, which provides support to junior faculty and fellows during the gap between fellowship and attainment of a career development award (CDA). Deadline for applications is April 15, 2018.
The School of Medicine encourages faculty to apply for its 2018 Spring Core Facility Voucher Program. Applications are due April 13.
The Duke-Coulter Translational Partnership provides funding to support collaborative translational research projects that involve co-investigators from the Department of Biomedical Engineering and a clinical department in the School of Medicine. Full applications are due by March 9, 2017.
MEDx is pleased to offer support for interdisciplinary colloquia that bring together physicians, engineers, computer scientists, data analysts, and basic and/or clinical researchers with a common desire to combine the elements of medicine and engineering to solve complex problems and inspire innovation. Deadline for applications is March 5.