Grant Opportunities

We are committed to providing excellent opportunities for our trainees and to keeping them informed about funding for clinical and translational research. Below is a list of resources that might be of interest. Pitt’s Office of Research, Health Sciences website also maintains a list of Funding Opportunities. You can also browse through the more than 60 Training Grants at Pitt here.

Virginia Kaufman Pain Research Challenge

This funding opportunity from the CTSI seeks to advance innovative solutions that address problems in the area of pain. Applications are due by February 15, 2021.

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Weill Cornell Medicine CARE T37 Program

The Career Advancement for Research in Health Equity (CARE T37) Summer Intensive Program provides early exposure to health equity research and global health for pre- and post-doctoral trainees. Applications are due by 5 p.m. EST January 27, 2021.

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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Funding Opportunities

The RWJF funds a wide array of research and initiatives

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American Heart Association Research Programs

The American Heart Association offers several funding opportunities that may be applicable to ICRE trainees.

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New T32 Training Program in Antimicrobial Resistance at Pitt

This program, offered by the Division of Infectious Diseases, will be of interest to postdocs who would like to study antimicrobial resistance of bacterial, fungal, or viral pathogens. Candidates can choose from a number of training opportunities and from a broad roster of excellent mentors. Interested candidates can learn more here.

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Exploratory Grant to Promote Workforce Diversity in Basic Cancer Research

Support for New and Early Stage Investigators from underrepresented groups who are interested in developing innovative studies in cancer biology.

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Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine Training Program at Pitt

This postdoctoral program, offered by the Departments of Psychiatry, Medicine, and Psychology, is designed for physicians (including third- and fourth-year residents) and PhDs in psychology and related behavioral disciplines. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

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