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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.
CUSP is an online networking tool that maintains research profiles of scientific investigators at CUIMC including their publications, grants, affiliations to community organizations.
The CBPR Program is a key capacity-building opportunity to stimulate community-engaged research between Columbia University faculty and community/faith-based organizations.
Consultations to support researchers and community stakeholders in carrying out community-engaged research, community-based participatory research, and dissemination and implementation science.
Short-term data management consultations meetings are available to CUIMC faculty and officers to provide guidance on data management and data collection options.
An annual lecture series sponsored by the Irving Institute and Department of Medicine in honor of Edward B. Leahey, Jr., MD, and his brother Michael I. Leahey.
The annual J. Thomas Bigger Lecture is sponsored by the Leahey Foundation, the Department of Medicine, and the Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research.
Educational resources for investigators and resources about best practices for mentors, mentees, and institutions to support and develop quality mentorship.
If you are including Irving Institute resources in your NIH grant, reach out to us for the related resources section.
The Columbia Community Partnership for Health (CCPH), offers a free health lecture series for the community where each month a different health topic is presented by local health experts.