Please join the CU Boulder Research & Innovation Office in collaboration with the Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CCTSI) for an overview of the CCTSI Pilot Grant Programs to learn more about the opportunities to fund your research – including our expanded pilot program for junior faculty in general translational science as well as child and maternal health focus, new methods development and community engagement development.
We will discuss the major changes in the 2023 CCTSI Pilot Grant cycle, including increased award amounts, the focus on Translational Science and new requirements to address “translational science roadblocks”. The primary goal of each CCTSI Pilot Grant Program, the new Request for Application (RFAs), eligibility criteria, major review criteria, and upcoming submission deadlines will be presented. We will start with a presentation format to allow for cameras off to eat lunch then we will have an interactive discussion with Pilot Grant Program Directors to answer all scientific and administrative questions you may have.
For questions about the Program, including its new requirement for Translational Science Roadblocks, please contact Dr. Natalie Serkova, CCTSI Pilot Grant Program Director, at Natalie.Serkova@CUAnschutz.edu. For a REDCap application process, please contact Kristen House, CCTSI Pilot Grant and MicroGrant Program Administrator, at KRISTEN.HOUSE@CUANSCHUTZ.EDU.