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PRESBYTERIAN HEALTH FOUNDATION GRANTS – 2020 REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS

PRESBYTERIAN HEALTH FOUNDATION GRANTS – REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS

 

The Presbyterian Health Foundation will fund $3.85 in grants for 2020.  Information on the Presbyterian Health Foundation Research Grants Program for 2020 and Guidelines and Application for each of the following Request for Applications can be found at https://research.ouhsc.edu/Resources/PHF-Funding-2020

 

Following are the Request for Applications for the Presbyterian Health Foundation Grants Program for 2020. 

 

REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS – CYCLE I 2020

Clinician Scientist Development Grant Program – DUE DATE FEBRUARY 28, 2020

The primary objective of the PHF Clinician Scientist Development Grant Program is to provide funding to a new or early stage clinician scientist faculty member. This award is designed to support the applicant’s clinical and/or translational research project and to assist him or her with advancing this research project to a level that will be competitive for funding through a federal career development award mechanism. This program can provide funding up to $75,000/year for up to two years.  Click here for Clinician Scientist Development Grant Program Guidelines and Application-Year One and here for Clinician Scientist Development Grant Program Guidelines and Application-Year Two.

 

Equipment Grant Program – DUE DATE FEBRUARY 28, 2020

The primary objective of the PHF Equipment Grant Program is to provide partial funding (50% match required) for critically needed research equipment.  Funding priority will be given to research equipment that will permit OUHSC investigators to be more competitive for external funding and provides support to multiple users.  The maximum request for equipment is $500,000 (PHF funding: $250,000; Applicant funding: $250,000).  Click here for Equipment Grant Program Guidelines and Application.

 

Symposium Grant Program – DUE DATE FEBRUARY 28, 2020

The primary objective of the PHF Symposium Grant Program is to provide partial funding (50% match required) to support a National or International Symposium to be held at the OUHSC campus or in Oklahoma City.  The maximum request for a symposium is $50,000 (PHF funding: $25,000; Applicant funding: $25,000).  Click here for Symposium Grant Program Guidelines and Application.

 

Team Science Grant Program – DUE DATE FEBRUARY 28, 2020

The primary objective of this PHF Team Science Grant Program is to foster innovative, collaborative approaches to research projects involving multiple investigators.  The proposal must consist of two or more investigators, with the majority at OUHSC, who can develop a broadly based, multidisciplinary research program focused on a specific disease entity, biomedical problem area, or clinically relevant problem.  This program can provide funding up to $100,000/year for up to three years with the 2nd and 3rd year of funding, if funds are available, based on successful achievement of identified milestones, quality of specified milestones to be met during the next year of funding, and submission of a team-type grant application by the end of the 2nd year.  Click here for Team Science Grant Program Guidelines and Application-Year One, here for Team Science Grant Program Guidelines and Application-Year Two, and here for Team Science Grant Program Guidelines and Application-Year Three. 

 

Seed Grant Program – DUE DATE DUE DATE FEBRUARY 28, 2020

The primary objective of the PHF Seed Grant Program is to provide a one-year grant for new OUHSC investigators to initiate research programs.  Secondary objectives are to provide established OUHSC faculty with the opportunity to initiate new unfunded projects and to provide unfunded OUHSC faculty funds to initiate a research program.  This program can provide funding up to $50,000 for one year.  Click here for Seed Grant Program Guidelines and Application. 

 

Research Support Grant Program – DUE DATE FEBRUARY 28, 2020

The primary objective of the PHF Research Support Grant Program is to help support senior doctoral graduate students working on an externally funded research project in order to accelerate progress on the project, increase the number of publications on the project, and position the project for continued external funding.  This program would provide up to $15,000 in stipend support for senior doctoral graduate students working on an externally funded research project for up to three years.  Click here for Research Support Grant Program Guidelines and Application.

 

New Investigator Seed Grant Program – DUE DATE FEBRUARY 28, 2020

(REQUIRES NOMINATION BY COLLEGE)

The primary object of the PHF New Investigator Seed Grant Program is to increase the number of new investigators who go on to receive extramural funding.  Each of the six OUHSC professional colleges (Allied Health, Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Public Health) may nominate one new investigator for this award each year.  Applicants must be nominated by their professional college in order to apply for this award.  The professional college nominating the faculty member must agree to assign a mentor for this project and provide the mentor with $2,500/year for mentoring activities; the mentor does not need to be an OUHSC faculty member.  Each college must set up their own nomination process for this award.  A review panel of selected senior OUHSC researchers will review New Investigator Seed Grant Program applications.  Only applications deemed highly meritorious and worthy of support will be recommended to PHF for funding.  This program can provide funding up to $50,000/year for up to two years.  Click here for New Investigator Seed Grant Program Guidelines and Application.

 

Bridge Grant Program – DUE DATE APRIL 17, 2020

The primary objective of the PHF Bridge Grant Program is to provide funding to enhance OUHSC faculty competitiveness for extramural funding.  OUHSC Principal Investigators who have submitted an extramural application that was scored but not funded within the past 18 months and is requesting over $750,000 in total direct costs and over $200,000 in total facilities and administration (F&A) costs and received a review that ranks applications and provides critiques are eligible.  This program can provide funding up to $75,000 for one year.  Click here  for Bridge Grant Program Guidelines and Application.

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