CTSI Funding Awardees

To better understand the types of projects CTSI funds, please take a look at projects funded previously.

Recent Awards

2018 Duke/UNC Translational Research Grant 

Genetic and Functional Dissection of Congenital Anomalies of the Kidney & Urinary Tract
Duke PI: Erica Davis
UNC PI: Neeta Vora

2018 ​CTSI Transformative Research Agreements

Developing a Potent yet Rapidly Reversible Antiplatelet Agent for Acute Care
PI: Bruce Sullenger
Co-PI: Thomas Povsic

2018 Carolinas Collaborative award winners (more details on these projects)

Optimizing Postpartum Cardiovascular Care in Women with Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy

Development and Validation of a Multi-Center Ventilator Dependent Respiratory Failure (VDRF) Computable Phenotype to Facilitate Lung Protective Ventilation Research

Measuring Opioid Use Disorders in Secondary Electronic Health Records Data

Detection of Coronary Artery Calcification in the Lung Cancer Screening Population: Clinical Implications for Cardiovascular Risk Stratification and Statin Pharmacotherapy

2018 CTSI Translational Accelerator Funding Agreements

Next-Generation Electrode Arrays for Recording and Modulation in the Brain
PI: Jonathan Viventi

hCT-MSCs for Infants with HIE
PI: Michael Cotten

Formulating 20-Hydroxycholesterol for Treatment of Perinatal Brain Injury
PI: Eric Benner

 


Pilot program awardees by year


Duke-Coulter translational partnership awardees

The Coulter Program accelerates bioengineering research that addresses unmet clinical needs and demonstrates a path to commercial development and the ability to change clinical practice. It is supported by the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation.  

Read more about the 2014 Duke-Coulter Award grants