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Headlines & Deadlines | January 2, 2019

Highlights of Career Development Support
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CTSI Grand Rounds

Highlights of Career Development Support: CTSI-T1 Scholar Update & Duke’s Community of Scholars
Thursday, January 17, 2019 | noon | WebEx
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Population Health Improvement Awards


CTSI Population Health Improvement Co-Development Awards: LOI Deadline January 24, 2019
Facilitates new investigative community-academic partnerships designed to improve community health and may also include health research that advances the science of stakeholder and community-engaged research.
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CTSI Population Health Improvement Advanced Partnership Awards: LOI Deadline January 24, 2019
Supports joint research proposals from community organizations/groups and Duke researchers who have already developed innovations to address health problems and are ready to advance pilot testing these solutions through broader community-engaged implementation research studies.
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Population Health Improvement Collaboration Seed Awards: Applications accepted on a rolling basis
Small planning awards of $1,500 to community organizations and Duke investigators interested in working with the CTSI’s Community Engaged Research Initiative (CeRi) for guidance on developing impactful community-research partnerships and planning collaborative population health improvement research proposals that impact community and population health.
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NIH HEAL Initiative – Pain Management Effectiveness Research Network

  • funding opportunity for clinical trials related to opioid and pain treatment research
  • Clinical trials will be conducted within the existing NCATS CTSA program Trial Innovation Network
  • Short turnaround! Deadline: February 1, 2019
Get more information and view the RFAs here. For questions and guidance, contact Jamie Roberts (jamie.roberts@duke.edu).

BRiDGE RFA for expertise and space in the Chesterfield building 

BRiDGE offers laboratory benches, equipment, facilities, conference rooms, offices, and cubicles at the Chesterfield building, in downtown Durham. It provides a lab administrator (for ordering, etc.), as well as access to an entrepreneur mentor, and summer interns.

  • Eligibility: Duke faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and students who are founders of companies spinning out of Duke.
  • We are accepting applications on a rolling basis for the January to November 2019 cycle. License agreements can be renewed for up to a total of three years.
  • For questions, contact bridge@duke.edu
  • Learn more and view the RFA

Duke-Coulter Translational Partnership Grants

  • No fixed award limit. Approximately $700,000 is available annually to fund ~3-5 projects
  • Support collaborative translational research projects that involve co-investigators from the Duke University Department of Biomedical Engineering and a clinical department in the Duke University Health System.
  • Learn more and view the RFA.
Workshops & Seminars

CTSI Office Hours are held every Thursday from 2:30–4:00 in the Medical Center Library Room 212E (Level 2R of Seeley Mudd Building). Questions? Contact Lisa Davis: lisa.p.davis@duke.edu 

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