The second round of CTSI population health improvement awards are open for applications through February 22, 2018. This three-tiered program is designed to identify and promote the most promising community-research collaborations.
Duke CTSI will provide approximately $200,000 for direct costs to support pilot awards that can be used to either develop new community-research partnerships or foment already existing community and research partnerships that aim to develop and test effective solutions to improve community and population health.
Applicants are encouraged to consult with the Community Engagement Core to facilitate connections to other CTSI cores that can assist with their projects (e.g. biostatistics, metrics and evaluation, project management, emerging technologies).