Reminder: Community Collaborative Grants Program
The Community Collaborative Grants Program supports research that solves problems in translating clinical and health-related scientific knowledge into meaningful changes in practice, with the goals of improved health outcomes and/or reduced costs. This funding is intended to stimulate outstanding new pilot research that 1) involves strong community-university collaborations and 2) addresses important issues identified by community and 3) holds the promise of developing into long-term research and evaluation projects that will attract larger grants from NIH or other federal, state, or private funding agencies.
Grants are awarded in three areas: health disparities, systems for health improvement, and rural health.
- Full applications due April 16, 2012
Visit the Office of Community Engagement for Health page for more information and to download the Requests for Applications (RFA).
Questions? Contact Andrea Leinberger-Jabari at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-624-4247.