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Funding Opportunities

 CCTSI Pilot Grants

  • Translational CO-Pilot Grants - for clinical and translational research administered by the Translational Pilot Program.
  • Translational CSU/CU-Pilot Collaboration Grants - for clinical and translational collaboration research between Colorado State University (CSU) and the University of Colorado (CU) administered by the Translational Pilot Program.
  • Translational CNS-Pilot Grants - for translational neuroscience research sponsored by the Center for NeuroScience (CNS) and administered by the Translational Pilot Program.
  • Basic Research CNS-Pilot Grants - for basic neuroscience research sponsored by the Center for NeuroScience (CNS) and administered by the CNS Pilot Program.
  • CMH-Pilot Grants - for Child and Maternal Health focused clinical and translational research administered by the Child and Maternal Health (CMH) Pilot Program.
  • CE-Pilot Grants - for encouragement of Community-Academic Partnerships in clinical and translational research, administered by the Community Engagement (CE) Pilot Program.
  • NM-Pilot Grants - for Novel Clinical & Translational Methods development, administered by the Novel Methods (NM) Pilot Program.

 Education, Training & Career Development

CCTSI KL2 (K12) Program

Directed by Marc Moss, MD, the CCTSI K12 program is a mentored award for training early-career MDs, PhDs, DDSs, PharmDs, and DOs as Clinical-Translational researchers.

  • KL2 Mentored Research Scholar Award Program Request for Applications

CCTSI TL1 (T32) Program

Directed by Celia Sladek, PhD, the CCTSI T32 program is a new PhD training track focused on clinical-translational research into human disease processes.

  • TL1 Pre-doctoral Fellowship Program Request for Applications

 Other Pilot Funding Opportunities

 
 

 Funding for Novel Methods Development

The Novel Clinical and Translational Methods Development Program (NCTM) of the CCTSI facilitates novel methods development across all CCTSI affiliated institutions through its Novel Methods Grant Program. The Novel Methods Grant Program is designed to be interactive: Investigators can help determine Novel Methods Grant priorities by identifying pressing methods needs in clinical and translational research and implementation.

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