Novel Methods in Translational Science Award Program

Status: Active/RFA Open

formerly known as the Novel Methods Award

As these pilot awards use NIH funding, the start and end dates are set and there is no possibility of a no-cost extension.

The Novel Methods in Translational Science Award Program provides support for translational research methods broadly defined, that can be generalizable to other projects. The proposed method should NOT be directly project-specific. Examples of applicable T0-T2 methods include, but are not limited to, translational analytic methods and precision medicine methods. Applicable T2-T4 methods include, but are not limited to, dissemination and implementation research methods, patient-centered outcomes methods, and community/stakeholder engagement methods.

Examples of Novel Methods in Translational Science Pilot Awards Funded in Previous Rounds

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Marshfield Clinic/Marshfield Clinic Research Institute-UW Madison (MC/MCRI-UW) Collaborative Research Pilot Award Program

Status: Active/RFA Open

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The Marshfield-UW Research Pilot Awards provide support for proposals that build upon the research interests and infrastructure support of both partners. Applications must demonstrate a collaboration between Marshfield Clinic/Marshfield Clinic Research Institute and UW-Madison and indicate a single co-PI at each institution. Examples of projects include:

(1) use of population-based clinical data for therapeutic or basic targets
(2) computational tool development or use to guide clinical trials, gather/analyze electronic health records data, or guide diagnosis.

Projects funded in previous rounds (PDF files):

2015 Awards