To submit a proposal for these opportunities:
Interested candidates must send a one-page summary of their research proposal and their biosketch in pdf format via the Limited Submission Portal.
The CU Denver and CU Anschutz Medical Campus proudly announce the next call for applications for the Lorna Grindlay Moore, PhD, Faculty Launch Award. Eligible Instructors and Assistant Professors are invited to apply for a one-year award of $40,000 to help launch their independent research programs. Faculty may be appointed in any of the schools or colleges of the CU Denver or CU Anschutz campuses whose research is centered on women’s health during and after the reproductive period. Appropriate areas include, but are not limited to pregnancy, family planning, infertility, oncology, education, public policy, mental health, cardiovascular health, diabetes, advancing the academic careers of women faculty and the effect of COVID-19 on women’s health.
Applications are due for the CU Anschutz SOM Programmatic Incubator for Research (CU ASPIRE) Program by February 14, 2022.
The goal of CU ASPIRE is to increase submission and success of program project, center grants, and large multi-investigator programs on campus by supporting milestone-driven collaborations between investigators across campus.
The MAP ERC awards support projects that address traditional occupational safety and health topics such as ergonomics, safety, industrial hygiene, toxicology, among others. The Total Worker Health awards support projects that address both protection from work-related safety and health hazards and promotion of injury and illness prevention.
The grants are designed to help early-career investigators jump-start their careers and allow for more established researchers from other disciplines to enter the field.
Applications for the current funding cycle are due March 31, 2022.
Both two-year research training programs are designed for early career investigators looking to obtain training and mentorship in clinical-outcomes research and each program requires sponsorship from the participating scholar’s department/division.
The programs are similar in their structure, training and mentoring processes.
A primary difference between the programs is where scholars tend to be in their research careers. SCORE fellows tend to be those who need additional analytic support, research training and/or preliminary work prior to submitting their first major grant. CFSP scholars are typically those who already have advanced research training (e.g. have a master’s or PhD degree) and are ready to write a career development award or similar grant.
This bulletin is distributed on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month for the CU Anschutz Research Community.