Funding Opportunities

July 21, 2017

School of Medicine Bridge Funding Program

Funding Opportunities

School of Medicine Bridge Funding Program

Current Cycle Deadline: August 15, 2017

Request for Application  (guidelines have changed from previous years)

The Duke University School of Medicine Bridge Funding Program was created to help investigators in the School of Medicine who have had a lapse in R01- or P01-level support. U-level awards and R21s will not be considered at this time. Up to $100,000 per lapsed R01 grant or up to $200,000 per lapsed P01 grant will be provided by the Dean’s Office following application by the affected individual’s chair, anonymous review of merit by two appropriate referees in the School of Medicine, and a positive recommendation by the Bridge Funding Committee. 

Deadline: August 20, 2017

Request for Proposal

Fifth Annual Holland-Trice Scholars Award for high risk/high impact discovery in research in Basic Brain Science and Brain Diseases: This award provides funding for discovery in the basic neurosciences. Priority is given to School of Medicine investigators researching the basic biology that could be related to brain diseases, including (but not limited to) Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative disorders, stroke, and behavioral disorders. Three $50,000 (1 year) and one $200,000 (2 years) awards will be presented to support truly innovative basic science pilot research projects in brain and disease. 


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