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The CTSI Translational and Clinical Studies Program Traditional Pilot Awards are supported by the Medical College of Wisconsin and the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Up to 5 meritorious projects will be awarded at up to $50,000 each for the 2023 Traditional Pilot cycle, which will include at least one meritorious scoring proposal with the special emphasis of Underrepresented Minority Populations. Read More
The CTSI of Southeast WI is pleased to announce our second cycle of support for the CTSI Pilot – Integrated Clinical and Research Ensembles (ICRE), and requests applications for funding to support pilot team development and preparatory work.
The vision is to organize and leverage clinical/translational research to improve patient health and health care. The mission of an ICRE is to integrate clinical and research faculty, community stakeholders and health system representatives in highly innovative and efficient units/Ensembles to get more treatments and interventions more quickly to more patients and our community. Read More
The CTSI of Southeast WI Pilot Translational and Clinical Studies Program (PTCS) is pleased to announce a new opportunity for a Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design (BERD) Methodological Innovation Award, and requests applications for funding to support development of methodological research. The purpose of this award is to promote innovative tools and methods to address barriers to translational and clinical research. Read More
The CTSI of Southeast Wisconsin is pleased to open a new cycle of support for the novel Team Science-Guided Integrated Clinical and Research Ensembles (Ensemble). For this RFA, the focus of the Ensemble applications should be on unmet needs that are important problems for patients with cardiovascular disease or at risk for cardiovascular disease. Read More
The Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin (CTSI) is pleased to open a new cycle of support for the novel Team Science-Guided Integrated Clinical and Research Ensembles (Ensemble). There is no specific disease focus for this RFA; Applicants may focus on ANY important unmet patient need. Read More
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