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New Investigator Program

The Partnership Education and Research Committee awarded four New Investigator grants on December 11, 2014. View summaries of these grants and the 48 previously awarded

 

The New Investigator Program helps promising researchers take innovative approaches to improving health in Wisconsin. Projects span the continuum from basic, clinical, social/behavioral and population sciences.

 

Grant awards: Up to $100,000 over two years

 

Applicant eligibility: The principal investigator must be a UW School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) assistant professor with a salaried appointment of at least 50 percent.

 

For the 2015 funding cycle, tenure-track assistant professors must have a format start date on or after January 1, 2012, plus tenure-track extension, if applicable. Clinic health sciences (CHS) and clinician-teacher (CT) assistant professors must have a format start date on or after January 1, 2010.

 

The Partnership Education and Research Committee (PERC) encourages eligible faculty within all School of Medicine and Public Health departments, including basic and applied science, to apply.

 

Applicants are limited to two submissions, an original and one resubmission, of the same proposal. Details are on page 3 of the RFP.

Questions may be directed to the Wisconsin Partnership Program at wpp@hslc.wisc.edu.

 

Funding Cycle

 

Event Date

Request for Proposals released

May 2015

Preliminary applications due

June 2015

Preliminary applications reviewed

June-August 2015

Applicants notified of status

August 2015

Full applications due

September 2015

Full applications reviewed

September-November 2015

Finalists selected

November 2015

Applicants notified of status, finalists invited for interviews

November 2015

Finalists interviewed by Partnership Education and Research Committee members

December 2015


Last updated: 12/17/2014
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