Clinical Research Training Center (CRTC)

Funding Announcements

This page features a list of current research-related funding announcements.

Doris Duke Fund to Retain Clinical Scientists Program (DDFRCS)

The Doris Duke Fund to Retain Clinical Scientists Program (DDFRCS) at Washington University in St. Louis was developed to provide innovative institutional solutions to reduce faculty attrition by assisting junior faculty facing extraprofessional demands. The DDRCS provides broad-based education to raise awareness and implement new interventions, as well as resources and mentoring to support junior faculty facing extraprofessional challenges.

For more information, visit: crtc.wustl.edu/dorisduke


NIH-Funded Researchers and Post-doctoral Trainees Needed for A Research Study on Professional Decision-making

Participation will require 45-75 minutes of time, and participants will received a  $100.00 check.
Contact Kari Baldwin at 747.2703 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


NIH Student Loan Repayment Programs

The NIH has announced a set of loan repayment programs to support qualified scientific researchers by mitigating the burdens of student loan debt. The programs will repay up to $70,000 of student loan debt over the course of a two-year contract.
For more information: http://www.lrp.nih.gov/index.aspx or visit the NIH's FAQ and NIH Extramural Loan Repayment Programs (LRPs).


Washington University Bear Cub Grant Program

Washington University's Bear Cub Grant Program is soliciting applications from Washington University researchers who want to make the leap from bench scientists to budding entrepreneurs. The program was initiated by the Vice Chancellor for Research to support faculty in translational studies not normally supported by federal grants. Faculty, staff, postdoctoral fellows and graduate students are eligible to apply. The Office of Technology Management (OTM) will award individual grants of up to $75,000, and research selected for funding must be completed within a year. The application process involves two stages, and this year, for the first time, investigators can designate team members to attend Bear Cub workshops and provide assistance throughout the competition.
For more information: https://research.wustl.edu/Offices_Committees/OTM/faculty/Pages/TranslationalResearch.aspx#bear_cub


 

One-year paid fellowship positions are available with high impact NGOs and government organizations in Burundi, Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, United States and Zambia. 

To view fellowship opportunities, go to http://ghcorps.org/fellows/apply/through-placements/.


NIH R01 Grant Award Early Phase Clinical Trials in Imaging and Image-Guided Interventions (R01)
http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=253109


Private Funding Opportunities:
privatefundingsources.wustl.edu


Washington University Internal Competitions:
internalcompetitions.wustl.edu


The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine's Research Associateship Programs (RAP)
Graduate, Postdoctoral, and Senior Level Reearch Opportunities
http://sites.nationalacademies.org/PGA/RAP/index.htm


 

The Foundation Directory
https://fconline.foundationcenter.org/?li_message=


American Diabetes Association
www.diabetes.org


Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
www.jdrf.org


American Heart Association
https://research.americanheart.org


Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
http://www.rwjf.org/en/grants.html#q/maptype/grants/


Children's Discovery Institute
http://www.childrensdiscovery.org/Grants.aspx


Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology
http://www.mir.wustl.edu/research/


Entrepreneurship Grants

http://crowdfunding.com

http://www.globalgiving.org


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