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CaMPR is a pilot program focused on the innovative assembly of new teams to gather preliminary data to address unresolved clinical, translational and public health problems.
A funding opportunity aimed at supporting research proposals focused on approaches to tailor medical care (prevention, diagnosis, and/or treatment) to the individual patient.
The CBPR Program is a key capacity-building opportunity to stimulate community-engaged research between Columbia University faculty and community/faith-based organizations.
Provides funding for junior investigators in MRI, optical imaging, PET tomography, single photon emission computed tomography/computed tomography (SPECT/CT), and ultrasound.
Pilot funds intended to support the submission of multi-component biomedical research grants and large multi-PI research grants.
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.
Multidisciplinary research training program aimed at creating the next generation of leaders in the development and application of precision medicine science and methods to healthcare practice.
Prepares trainees for a research career that involves understanding disease risk, improving diagnosis/prevention, or tailoring treatment based on gene variations, environment, or lifestyle.