Funding Opportunities for MedStar Investigators

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At MedStar Health, we are committed to creating a healthcare environment that fosters and supports education and research. To support this effort, we are very pleased to announce FOUR intramural grant funding opportunities that are now open.These research funding announcements have been developed to increase collaboration, support new investigators, and enhance the quality of care provided to our communities. Each funding opportunity is in a different domain, with the hope that each investigator will find an applicable internal grant opportunity.

These research funding announcements have been developed to increase collaboration, support new investigators, and enhance the quality of care provided to our communities. Each funding opportunity is in a different domain, with the hope that each investigator will find an applicable internal grant opportunity.

  1. The 2017 New Investigator – Associate Giving Grant Fund is a grant opportunity made possible by our annual associate giving campaign. Because a researcher’s first years are so important, this grant opportunity will provide support to initiate research and complete pilot studies that can help build a robust research activity that will be competitive for external funding. Applications are due by midnight on April 3, 2017.
  2. The 2017 MedStar Diabetes Research Grant provides an opportunity for investigators interested in diabetes research and is made possible by a generous donation to advance diabetics health through research at MedStar Health. Applications are due by midnight on April 3, 2017.
  3. The 2017 Greenspring Financial Insurance Limited, Inc (GFIL), Grant Program. The purpose of this grant is to improve patient safety and prevent avoidable patient injury at MedStar Health through projects that identify innovative ways to address loss prevention in the areas of professional and general liability. Applications are due by midnight on April 3, 2017.
  4. GHUCCTS Pilot Translational and Clinical Studies Program. This grant is intended to support the promotion of interdisciplinary research that will translate basic findings into clinical applications and clinical research findings into community use in order to improve human health. Applications are due by COB Friday, March 10, 2017.

You can view the full guidelines and RFPs for the available Intramural Grant Opportunities on the MHRI website here.