Funding

Pilot Funding

We provide a variety of pilot funding opportunities to facilitate the transfer of research findings to clinical practice in order to improve the health of the people of North Carolina. The program is designed to encourage and facilitate novel clinical and translational research in its many forms....

COVID-19 research funding

This special call seeks to support translational research in addressing the COVID-19 epidemic. NC TraCS contribution is limited to $25K. Proposals with additional funds may have larger budgets and their scope may enhance reviewer enthusiasm. Priority will be given to projects that can lead to larger...

Proposal Development

We assist investigators in all aspects of the grant writing process including identifying funding sources, providing editorial support and scientific consultation, proposal review and grant application training and education. Proposal Development We assist investigators in all aspects of the...

FastTraCS (R&D/Commercialization)

Focused on R&D and research commercialization, we provide no-cost support to help quickly translate discoveries and inventions to market We offer: Consultations for early-stage concepts from existing research and/or clinical observations $50K FastTraCS Pilot Awards to help advance innovative...

$2K Stakeholder Engagement Voucher

We provide vouchers in the amount of $2,000 to assist clinical and translational researchers in implementing a proposed study of moving a research project forward by providing rapid access to funds that will support almost any aspect of promising and innovative research. Translational researchers...
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