ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-17 COMPETITION
Congratulations to the AY16-17 awardees!
Mary E. Mackesy-Amiti, PhD
Community Outreach Intervention Projects
Project Title: Feasibility of Recruiting Suburban Opioid Users for Studies on HCV Prevention
Yamile Molina, PhD
Division of Community Health Sciences
Project Title: Identifying Optimal Strategies to Achieve Future Healthy People Objectives: Comparative Economic Analyses of Two Approaches to Promote Guideline-Concordant Breast Screening Among Latinas
A seed funding initiative to support research in the School of Public Health.
Awards are available to faculty and other researchers with 40% or more effort in the current academic year (teaching, clinical, and research) dedicated to the School of Public Health. Applicants must have a primary university appointment in the School of Public Health.
Awards will be judged according to their likelihood of leading to external (e.g. NIH) funding. Priority will be given to projects proposed by junior investigators.
REVIEW AND AWARD TIMELINE
Calls for proposals are announced on an annual basis.
A list of previously funded seed funding projects is available here.
Seed Funding Guidelines and Application Instructions AY16-17 (June 2017 Competition) - Closed
Application Cover Page AY16-17 (June 2017 Competition) - Closed