Category Archive: Child of Funding

Under Armour Women’s Health & Breast Cancer Innovation Grant


The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center (SKCCC) at Johns Hopkins and Under Armour are pleased to announce a continuation of the funding opportunity for Innovation Grants. Under Armour has gifted $1 million to the Johns Hopkins Breast Cancer Program for applications seeking seed funding that explore dynamic and innovative ways to help empower patients in their care, seek new and novel approaches to determine risk, or provide prevention and treatment strategies, patient engagement & empowerment and overall well-being. Applications can be in any area of research or patient care but should follow the mission of unique, innovative ideas that will … Continue reading

SOM Discovery Fund for Synergy & Innovation Awards


The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine announces the 2017 cycle of the School of Medicine Discovery Fund for Synergy and Innovation Awards. Synergy Awards will consist of up to $100,000 with an award term of one year and will support new and novel collaborative research projects led by full-time, tenure track academic faculty of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (SOM). These awards are meant to spark new, synergistic interactions between investigators and potentiate scientific achievements of the highest quality and impact. These awards are not intended to support already established projects or minimal extensions of ongoing research … Continue reading

Doris Duke Early Clinician Investigator Award


The Doris Duke Foundation has been committed to advancing clinical research for many years. Their review of the data has led them to the position that short term support for clinical researchers facing extra professional demands could help them stay on a clinical investigation career track. With funding from the foundation and the School of Medicine, the Johns Hopkins Doris Duke Early Clinician Investigator Award aims to provide financial and mentoring resources for one to two years to junior physician scientists who are working to have a productive career while also caring for family members including children, partner and parents. … Continue reading

Nexus Awards-Translational Research Communities


The Translational Research Communities (TRC) were established with the renewed funding of the Institute for Clinical and Translational Research CTSA Award. Each TRC will support one annual Nexus Award. These grants are aimed to bridge research gaps in the field and help investigators advance projects and technologies along the translational pathway. These awards will be the nexus, or key facilitator, which will propel investigators forward. These twelve month grants are for up to $100,000. The focus of these awards will change with each new round.

Accelerated Translational Incubator Pilot Program (ATIP)


The Accelerated Translation Incubator Program (ATIP) is a focused funding program of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) designed to start or facilitate new, translationally oriented research projects by clinical and non-clinical faculty at Johns Hopkins University. It provides reasonable funds to initiate, implement, and complete early or mid-stage projects designed to aid in the development of new therapies, devices, or approaches to clinical research. The program employs a milestonedriven approach that requires collaboration among the clinicians and scientists necessary to complete projects. This program anticipates that funded projects will, within the strict 12-month funding period, … Continue reading

Requesting an ICTR Letter of Support


Do you need a letter of support from the ICTR?  If so, use your JHED ID to log in below, then select the specific ICTR services, centers, or other resources you would like to use to support your study. Click here to request an ICTR Letter of Support. Please note that this “Letter of Support” request does not substitute for the actual application or request process required to use the indicated resources, nor does it require ICTR to provide the indicated services.