Tag Archive: Funding

Apply for the Sharing Partnership for Innovative Research in Translation (SPIRiT) Award


The Sharing Partnership for Innovative Research in Translation (SPIRiT) is pleased to announce a new funding program that supports pilot research projects representing collaborations between investigators from at least two of the SPIRiT sites. The consortium members include: Johns Hopkins University University of Chicago University of Pennsylvania University of Pittsburgh Washington University in St. Louis Yale University All consortium members are also members of the NIH Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) program. To be eligible for the award, investigator(s) from each of the participating sites must have a significant, defined role in the research project.  Although the participating investigators may have … Continue reading

Apply for the 2018 Omnibus Grant


The National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) at the National Institutes of Health invites small businesses to apply for funding through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) 2018 Omnibus Grant Solicitations: ·    SBIR: PA-18-574 ·    ​STTR: PA-18-575   NCATS encourages applications that address a range of focus areas relevant to any stage of translation, from target validation through pre-clinical and clinical evaluation, to intervention implementation and dissemination, including: ·    Drug Discovery and Development ·    Biomedical, Clinical and Health Research Informatics ·    Clinical, Dissemination and Implementation Research The next deadline to apply is Sept. 5, 2018, … Continue reading

Funding Opportunity: Johns Hopkins & Kaiser Permanente Research Collaboration Grant


The Kaiser Permanente and Johns Hopkins Medicine Research Collaboration Committee is actively requesting research proposals to foster collaborative research between the two institutions and address complex and intriguing healthcare and clinical questions vexing our health systems.  Specifically, they are looking for research proposals that are aligned with both organizations’ strategies and present opportunities to prove the synergy of the Kaiser Permanente/Johns Hopkins collaboration.  The hope is to identify and fund proposals that accomplish seminal research utilizing the unique capabilities that only two such organizations as Kaiser Permanente and Johns Hopkins have. Broadly, the goal is to support collaborative epidemiologic, health services … 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

2017 Doris Duke Awardees


Congratulations to the Recipients Announced for 2017 Doris Duke Early Clinician Investigator Awards, including ICTR researchers Raquel Greer, MD, MHS; Jin Hui Joo, MD, MA; and Julie Paik, MD, MHS. The Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research is proud to announce the selection of four promising young faculty members as the first cohort of Doris Duke Early Clinician Investigator Award recipients. This award will provide financial and mentoring resources for one to two years to junior physician scientists who are working to have a productive career while also facing significant extraprofessional caregiving demands. The awardees are: Raquel Greer, MD, MHS: Assistant Professor; … Continue reading

Fiscal Year 2017 Nexus Award Information


**RFA deadline has passed.** The Drugs, Biologics, Vaccines and Devices Community of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research is accepting applications for their Nexus Award Program.  The award strives to improve the research environment and career satisfaction of faculty by providing funds to investigators engaged in drugs, biologics, vaccines or device design. It is designed for investigators who wish to engage in short immersion experiences with colleagues at other academic research centers or industry partners. The award provides up to $25,000 including a maximum of $5,000 in travel, $200/day in support or replacement salary support. Applications are … Continue reading

2017 ATIP Application Information


January 23, 2017 The Accelerated Translational Incubator Pilot (ATIP) program is milestone-driven and provides up to $100,000 over twelve months in targeted funding.  It also provides project management for faculty conducting translational research projects. The ICTR is now requesting applications with a deadline for submission by 11:59 pm Wednesday, February 20, 2017.  Any Johns Hopkins University faculty member interested in starting a translational project is eligible to apply, however awarded PIs may not apply for a new ATIP project within the twenty-four months following receipt of their initial award funds.  Grants are for up to $100,000 in direct costs and may not be used for … Continue reading

2016 ATIP Application Information


February 1, 2016 The Accelerated Translational Incubator Pilot (ATIP) program is milestone-driven and provides up to $100,000 over twelve months in targeted funding.  It also provides project management for faculty conducting translational research projects. The ICTR is now requesting applications with a deadline for submission by 11:59 pm Wednesday, March 2, 2016.  Any Johns Hopkins University faculty member interested in starting a translational project is eligible to apply, however awarded PIs may not apply for a new ATIP project within the twenty-four months following receipt of their initial award funds.  Grants are for up to $100,000 in direct costs and may not be used for … Continue reading

Fiscal Year 2016 Nexus Award Information


**RFA deadline has passed.** The Biomarkers and Diagnostic Testing Community of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research is accepting applications for their Nexus Award Program.  The award strives to improve the research environment and career satisfaction of faculty by providing funds to investigators engaged in biomarker or diagnostic testing discovery and evaluation, including imaging research.  It is designed for investigators who wish to engage in short immersion experiences with colleagues at other academic research centers or industry partners. The award provides up to $25,000 including a maximum of $5,000 in travel, $200/day in support or replacement salary … 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      

2016-2017 Synergy & Innovation Awardees


This year’s Synergy Awards projects aim to: Develop badly needed minimally invasive screening technology for esophageal cancer and its precursor, Barrett’s esophagus, using DNA methylation as a marker —Steven Meltzer (School of Medicine) and Jeff Wang (Whiting School of Engineering) Evaluate a new sensitive and specific imaging biomarker in diagnosis and prognosis of neonatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy — Peiying Liu (School of Medicine) and Andrea Poretti (School of Medicine) Develop an extended release scaffold for the local and sustained delivery of a drug to treat chronic diabetic wounds — Peter Abadir (School of Medicine) and Honggang Cui (Whiting School of Engineering) Validate … Continue reading