Novel Methods Award Program

Status: Active/RFA Open

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 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; 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.

2018 Awards | 2017 Awards

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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