After a competitive application process, two evidence-based interventions have been selected to receive the new ICTR-Community-Academic Partnerships (CAP) Evidence to Implementation (E2I) Awards that provide implementation support for high-demand, evidence-based interventions. In addition to direct …

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The new Collaborative Health Equity Research (CHER) Pilot Award has announced its first awardees. Olayinka Shiyanbola (School of Pharmacy) and Andrea Gilmore-Bykovskyi (School of Nursing) each received $50,000 to support community-engaged research projects focused on …

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UW ICTR is releasing a Request for Applications (RFA) for a new competitive funding opportunity that aims to advance the commercialization of innovations to improve healthcare outcomes. The award is unique in that it includes a collaborative component where investigators will work alongside an ICTR team that offers comprehensive support in areas such as business and research consultation, communication strategies, translation, packaging and evaluation services and implementation science guidance.

Evidence to Implementation Award Program

Status: Active This is award is intended for investigators who have developed a successful intervention (care model, behavioral/health intervention, digital innovation, devices) that meets a specific demand in healthcare or the community and has the …