University of Kentucky Research

Grants Bulletin

Issued: April 10, 2014

Limited Submissions

To view these and other limited submission competitions, visit the Proposal Development Office site.

CCTS Community Engagement and Research Mini-Grant Program

The University of Kentucky Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) Community Engagement and Research Program is requesting applications from community partners for funding to support health outreach projects. Funds will be used to support small-scale evidenced-based or evidence-informed health outreach projects that contribute to the reduction of health disparities in Appalachian communities in Kentucky by developing, implementing, and evaluating community-based projects.

  • Budgets accepted up to $2500 over a period of 12 months
  • Applications are due Friday 5:00 pm, April 18, 2014
  • View the RFA here.
  • For more information and complete application, please visit the CCTS website.
  • For questions or further information, please contact Carol R. White, MPH at (859) 218-0558.
  • Note:  Eligible community agencies/coalitions must have 501c3 status or a designated lead fiscal agency (health agency or non-profit).  University of Kentucky faculty and staff are not eligible for this award program as project leader/applicant. Please forward the announcement to other community colleagues/collaborators that you think may also be interested in applying for this funding.

Issued: April 4, 2014

Limited Submissions

To view these and other limited submission competitions, visit the Proposal Development Office site.

Maintaining Confidentiality in NIH Peer Review

NIH Notice Number: NOT-OD-14-073

Issued: March 28, 2014

Apr. 8: Clinical Research Update on Biobanking

Presenter: Philip A. Kern, MD

Tuesday, April 8th, 2014
HG 611
Lunch: 12 p.m.
Presentation: 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

RSVP to CCTS.

May 21: OHRP Research Community Forum

"Clinical Research... and All That Regulatory Jazz!"
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
University of Cincinnati Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center

Full conference schedule available here.
Register here. For assistance registering, please email the CCHMC CME office or call (513) 636-6732. 
For more details about the forum, please contact Mina Busch or Mark Schuller, conference co-chairs.  

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Updated 04.10.14 by Alicia Gregory

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