CTSI provides guidance documents and resources for investigators for preparing a research grant application or fulfilling requirements for study approvals.
eBridge Instructions for CTSI Pilot Award Funding Proposals
Applications for CTSI funding opportunities for projects which have an MCW PI must be routed through eBridge.
The MCW PI must create a Funding Proposal (FP) which must be submitted to the MCW Grants & Contracts Office (GCO) no later than 5 business days before the CTSI submission deadline as indicated on the Request for Applications.
Please select the button below to view specific instructions on how to complete eBridge SmartForms for our various funding pipelines.
With hundreds of funding sources with thousands of individual programs and opportunities determining which of these sources are appropriate for your projects, can be a daunting task that demands a variety of approaches.
In an effort to assist you in advancing your research, funding search services are being offered by MCW Libraries and the Office of Research in partnership with the Office of Development to alert you to potential funding opportunities.
Investigators who are nominated for or awarded a CTSI Pilot award may be required to submit documentation for NCATS Prior Approval for human subjects research.
NCATS is the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences which holds the parent award supporting CTSI. As such, CTSI and all pilot awardees supported by the CTSI are subject to the NCATS requirement for Prior Approval of human subjects research.
The following is an except from the NCATS Prior Approval FAQs website:
Prior approval is required for human subjects research with all pilot projects funded by NCATS, in full or partially, and for any pilot projects using institutional commitment specifically mentioned in the grant application.
NIH Funding Acknowledgment:Important Reminder – Please acknowledge the NIH when publishing papers, patents, projects, and presentations resulting from the use of CTSI resources by including the NIH Funding Acknowledgement.