The Wisconsin Partnership Program invites eligible faculty and staff to submit a preliminary application for a Collaborative Health Sciences Program grant. Through this grant program, the Wisconsin Partnership Program supports interdisciplinary team science to advance novel research and education approaches to target complex health problems while advancing health, health care, and health equity in Wisconsin and beyond.

Grant awards are up to $600,000 over three years. The Partnership Education and Research Committee  (PERC) expects to award up to three grants during the 2023 grant cycle.

The primary project team is composed of one principal investigator and one or two co-principal investigators, and must include two or more of the following disciplines: basic, clinical, education, informatics/data, population, social/behavioral, and/or translational sciences. In addition, the team may include a number of collaborators consistent with the scope of the project. 

The registration deadline is February 9, 2023. To view eligibility details, key dates and deadlines, and the request for proposals, visit the Wisconsin Partnership Program. If you have questions, contact Program Officers Aimee Haese and Kattia Jimenez at

The Wisconsin Partnership Program is a grantmaking program within the UW School of Medicine and Public Health established as the result of a generous endowment gift from Blue Cross Blue Shield United of Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Partnership Program improves health and advances health equity through investments in community partnerships, education and research. Since 2004, the Wisconsin Partnership Program has awarded more than $280 million in grants that propel medical research, enhance health education and workforce development, support community health partnerships, advance health equity and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.