PHF Funding-2020

PRESBYTERIAN HEALTH FOUNDATION BRIDGE GRANT PROGRAM – DUE DATE: August 21, 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.

 

 

About the Presbyterian Health Foundation Research Grants Program

The Oklahoma City-based Presbyterian Health Foundation (PHF) was formed from proceeds of the sale of Presbyterian Hospital in 1985 and, in 2014, sought to establish a unique collaboration with OUHSC via the PHF Research Grant Program (Bridge, Seed, Team Science, Equipment, Clinical Scientist Development, and Symposia Grants).  This grant program funds multiple types of projects and has enabled the progression of pioneering concepts to research studies, the establishment of renowned clinicians and basic scientists transdisciplinary teams unifying a broad range of expertise and skills, the development of extremely talented junior faculty, the provision of infrastructure support for faculty to continue ground-breaking research, and more.  The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center would like to express our sincerest appreciation to the Presbyterian Health Foundation for their long standing generous support.

Since 2014, PHF has given $15.85 million to support the PHF Research Grants Program that funds multiple types of grants (e.g., Bridge, Seed, Team Science, Equipment, Clinical Scientist Development, and Symposia Grants) and has committed up to an additional $3.85 million for 2020. To date, this investment has facilitated the ability of our researchers to successfully compete at the national level and develop research programs, resulting in approximately $121.57 million in extramural funding.

PHF grants are awarded once a year, with the exception of the Bridge Grant Program.  The Bridge Grant Program is the ONLY program that has three application deadlines per year (April, August, November).  Provided below is the Grant Cycles Table.

Grant Cycles Table

 

Cycle I
(All PHF Grant Programs)

Cycle II
(Bridge Grant Program Only)

Cycle III
(Bridge Grant Program Only)

Application Due Date

March-April

August

November

Scientific Merit Review

April-May

August

November

PHF Board Review

May-June

September

December

Earliest Project Start Date

July

September

December