Frontiers Clinical and Translational Research Pilot Study
The Dr. Lauren S. Aaronson Frontiers Clinical and Translational Research Pilot Study provides awards to support the growth of interdisciplinary, investigator-initiated clinical and translational research across a broad range of scientific disciplines.
We will begin accepting applications for the 2021-2022 Dr. Lauren S. Aaronson Frontiers Clinical and Translational Research Pilot Study program in Fall 2020.
To accomplish the NCATS goal "to get more treatments to more patients more quickly", the Frontiers Clinical and Translational Pilot Study Program promotes research that will compete successfully for extramural funding, with special emphasis on research targeting the special needs of vulnerable, rural, rare and marginalized groups who historically have not been involved in clinical and translational research. It is expected that all research supported by Frontiers pilot project awards will result in one or more publications in a peer-reviewed journal and will provide critical preliminary data to support extramural applications.
Applicants must have a faculty appointment at a Frontiers institution and be eligible to independently submit extramural research grant applications. Only one proposal will be accepted per applicant. An applicant may be a collaborator on other proposals.
All questions regarding the Dr. Lauren S. Aaronson Frontiers Clinical and Translational Research Pilot Study should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 913-588-6290.
Dec 12, 2019