CTSI Pilot Project Awards support research across UF’s broad range of scientific disciplines. It is expected that all research supported by these awards will result in one or more publications in a peer-reviewed journal and will provide critical preliminary data to support extramural applications.
Applications will be announced in this space as well as in the weekly Quick Links newsletter.
The CTSI collaborates on other pilot opportunities, also announced on this page as available:
- Translational pilot projects designed to impact practice-based healthcare, hospital care or the translational research process.
- Collaborative translational communication research, in which transdisciplinary teams conduct original research related to the design, dissemination or evaluation of translational communication messages used to make research more accessible, understandable and actionable.
Active pilot RFAs are listed below. Please check back for additional RFAs.
Contact CTSI_Pilot-Awardsemail@example.com with any questions.
Pilot Awardee: Azra Bihorac, M.D.
The CTSI Translational Workforce Development Program provides training grants and professional development opportunities for doctoral students, medical fellows, junior faculty, faculty, and research coordinators.
Looking for additional resources? Check the UF Office of Research’s extensive and searchable database of upcoming grant deadlines across all academic disciplines and sponsors.
Open Requests for Applications
CTSI Learning Health System Program Translational Pilot Awards
Email of interest due 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 24, 2020
The UF CTSI Learning Health System Program is pleased to invite applications for Translational Pilot Awards that use a “learning health system” approach to align research and clinical operations to improve health outcomes and advance health equity using informatics, stakeholder engagement, implementation science and other methodologies to address one or more priority areas at UF Health.
Send emails of interest and/or questions to Katie Blackburn, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pilot Project Awards for Research on Pain, Aging, and Disability: Due March 2, 2020
The University of Florida Center for Advancing Minority Pain and Aging Science (UF CAMPAS) is seeking innovative, interdisciplinary Pilot Study applications that address biopsychosocial contributions to pain and disability among older adults. Applicants must be investigators from underrepresented backgrounds (per NIH definition) and successful applications should propose a pilot project with high potential for leading to extramural research grants and/or career development awards.
Closed Requests for Applications
2019 CTSI Pilot Awards
The Fall 2019 CTSI Pilot RFA supports a full spectrum of clinical and translational research. Three types of 18-month awards are available through this RFA: Trainee (up to $7,500 per award), Junior Faculty (up to $20,000 per award), and Novel Methods and Technologies (up to $25,000 per award).
CTSI Precision Health Initiative Pilot Funding Opportunity
Due May 13, 2019
This RFA supported the development of methods, interventions or integrative models with the potential to advance precision health. View the full RFA here and application instructions here. A resource sharing plan is available here. Contact Elizabeth Eddy, email@example.com with questions.
Request for Applications for Pilot Project Awards for Research at the Intersection of Substance Use and Pain
Due Friday, April 1, 2019
The UF Center for Research to Investigate Substance use and Pain (UF-CRISP) is seeking proposals for pilot projects to conduct innovative research on interactions between substance use and pain that is directed toward submission of extramural grant applications. View application instructions and more requirements here >
Pilot Project Awards for Research on Pain, Aging, and Disability
Due March 1, 2019
The UF Center for Advancing Minority Pain and Aging Science (UF CAMPAS) is seeking innovative, interdisciplinary Pilot Study applications that address biopsychosocial contributions to pain and disability among older adults. Applicants must be investigators from underrepresented backgrounds and successful applications should propose a pilot project with high potential for leading to extramural research grants and/or career development awards. View application instructions and more requirements here >