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The Bench to Bedside Pilot Award supports multidisciplinary research by offering awards for new collaborations between basic science and clinical researchers.
CaMPR is a two-phase program that provides for planning grants that allow development of pilot grants to newly-configured investigative teams to support novel, cross disciplinary projects.
The CBPR Program is a key capacity-building opportunity to stimulate community-engaged research between Columbia University faculty and community/faith-based organizations.
Co-sponsored by the Department of Biomedical Informatics, this award provides funding ($25,000) for junior investigators to pursue an informatics-based project in an operational clinical setting.
Provides funding for junior investigators in MRI, optical imaging, PET tomography, single photon emission computed tomography/computed tomography (SPECT/CT), and ultrasound.
The ISP pilot award supports the formation of newly-configured investigative teams aimed at studying diseases across the lifespan and utilizing rare diseases as tools to study more common diseases.
Co-sponsored by the Clinical Trials Office, this program provides one-time, $75,000-awards for junior faculty to conduct pilot studies leading to future independent funding.
Irving Scholars are selected on the basis of research proposals that reflect independent, well-developed scientific initiative in clinical investigation.
The KL2 Award prepares young investigators for careers in patient-oriented research. The award serves as a "bridge" by which young junior faculty can achieve research independence.
Consultations are available to assist researchers who are interested in applying for pilot funding to determine their eligibility for specific programs and find collaborators.