Duke-Coulter Partnership awards funds to accelerate translational research projects that address unmet clinical needs and lead to improvements in clinical practice. Approximately $700,000 is available per year for awards.
CTSI Pilot Program – awards funding to support the development of novel methods and proof-of-concept evaluation of therapeutic agents, biomedical devices, diagnostics and other initiatives to improve health care. Awards range from vouchers to use shared resources on campus, to $500,000 awards for mature research with potential for commercialization.
Duke Funding Opportunities Database is a searchable database of university-wide funding opportunities. It is updated regularly and includes an option to subscribe to a weekly newsletter.
MyResearchProposal is a web-based tool used for streamlining the management of competitive grant application processes, nominations and other data collection mechanisms used by CTSI, the School of Medicine, School of Nursing and other institutes and departments across Duke. You can log on to the portal here.
For more information regarding MyResearchProposal, contact Anita Grissom at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-668-4774.
For technical issues and password resets, contact email@example.com.
Duke Institute for Health Innovation (DIHI) provides funding for innovative pilots, especially in care delivery, health technology and applied health policy.
The NCIDEA Grant Program awards grants up to $50,000 to technology-based businesses with the potential to become high-growth companies.