Category Archive: Child of Funding

Roybal Center Pilot Project Award


The Johns Hopkins Roybal Center (JHRC) is funded by the National Institute on Aging (NIA) to support the translation of behavioral and social sciences research into applied practices and programs for older adults. The theme of the JHRC is to support research aimed at strengthening informal support resources of older adults, and, when feasible, to do so using innovative methodological advances. Funds: Up to $40,000 (direct costs only) for a one-year pilot project. Funding for one new 1-year pilot project in 2018 is anticipated. Proposals submitted in partnership with other funding sources or stakeholders are encouraged, but such matching funds are … Continue reading

Research Accelerator and Mentorship Program (RAMP) Grant


The Johns Hopkins Clinical Research Network (JHCRN) announced a new grant funding opportunity to promote inter-institutional research collaborations between Johns Hopkins Medicine and JHCRN affiliated institutions. This grant, Research Accelerator and Mentorship Program, will fund 1 to 3 projects, up to $50,000 over a 12-month period. Proposals including clinical and community-based research, practice-based research, and health services research are encouraged. Applications are now being requested.  Letters of intent are due by Friday, December 1, 2017 and complete applications are due by Friday, January 19, 2018.  Eligible applicants include Johns Hopkins University faculty and JHCRN affiliate institution staff.  Principal investigators are … Continue reading

SOM Discovery Fund for Synergy & Innovation Awards


The Discovery Innovation Awards are designed to provide seed funding to support bold, innovative projects to enable new scientific directions and achievements of the highest quality and impact. All school of medicine faculty members are eligible for Innovation Awards of one-year funding of up to $50,000. Synergy Awards consist of one-year funding of up to $100,000 granted to research projects led by full-time, tenure track academic faculty. 2017- 2018 Awardees 2016- 2017 Awardees 2015- 2016 Awardees      

Doris Duke Early Clinician Investigator Award


Congratulations to the 2018 awardees!  We anticipate the 2019 Call for Applications sometime in Fall 2018 or Winter 2019. The Doris Duke Charitable 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 … Continue reading

Nexus Awards-Translational Research Communities


Updated 11/30/17 Unfortunately, we are not able to grant Nexus Awards for fiscal year 2018.  We expect to distribute the request for applications in fiscal year 2019. For questions or concerns, please contact Janet Palmer,Sr. Grants & Contracts Analyst and Financial Management for the ICTR at jmp@jhu.edu. 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 … Continue reading

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.