The Conduits/ETI Pilot Awards
We provide one year of funding for up to three projects at $75,000 and a minimum of three projects at $25,000. Projects focus on development of new high-risk/high-gain ideas and represent collaborative research that is translational in nature.
The Conduits/IPM Pilot Award Program
We provide one year of funding for up to two applications at up to $75,000 each. Eligible investigators are full-time faculty conducting biomarker and/or genetic marker discovery or validation pilot projects.
The Methods Innovation Awards
We sponsor small grants to encourage innovation in the development and application of methods for clinical and translational research, with a focus on tools for: (1) clinical trials recruitment, conduct, and analysis; (2) applications of genomics to clinical research; and (3) methods for addressing critical issues in clinical research ethics
Clinical Research Centers
Small amounts to support ancillary services and subject reimbursement, as well as imaging pilot projects, are available.
Clinical Research Fellows
These two-year fellowships provide critical additional support during a transition period for exceptional research-oriented physicians and PhD postdoctoral fellows who wish to become clinical and translational scientists. The goal of the program is to provide support for outstanding young investigators who have the greatest potential to become independent investigators.
Established and funded by Conduits, the KL2 Scholars Award program promotes and supports career development in patient-oriented, clinical, and translational research for outstanding junior faculty.
Search for prospective sponsors, request for proposals, contracts, and other funding information at the Grants and Contracts Office. The GCO provides a funding opportunities packet, deadline calendar, applications from the Special Fellowships and Grants Review Committee, online databases, and links to funders. Also, register for and access InfoEd and have funding opportunities sent directly to your e-mail address.
Conduits is supported by the National Center for Research Resources and the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences of the National Institutes of Health through Grant Number UL1TR001433.
Any use of CTSA-supported resources requires citation of grant #UL1TR001433 awarded to Icahn School of Medicine in the acknowledgment section of every publication resulting from this support. Adherence to the NIH Public Access Policy is also required.