Georgia CTSA Request for Proposals: Informatics - Deadline Extended to April 6

Georgia CTSA's Informatics program is soliciting proposals to support investigator-led teams in developing and testing innovative healthcare apps. The support is for project costs that are associated with data access, informatics resource access, and technical personnel. We strongly encourage applications that use our Real Time Analytics platform. Applications that do not include budget lines for informatics resources will be considered non-responsive.

$30,000 in total grant funding for all awards under this cycle is available. Individual award amounts are expected to be less than this.  Awards are in total direct costs. The total of number of awards to be made is variable based on merit, funds requested, and Informatics Program budget. Applications for the entire available budget of $30,000 are not expected, except in exceptional circumstances and will require a strong justification.

Faculty from Emory University and Morehouse School of Medicine may submit proposals. Sub-contracts to Georgia CTSA-affiliated entities such as Children's Healthcare of Atlanta are allowed with justification. Personnel who are eligible to apply as PI at their institution may submit applications. One proposal may be submitted per faculty member.

All pilot project recipients will be eligible for the Georgia CTSA Award of Distinction in Team Science. To further promote collaboration, the Georgia CTSA Executive Oversight Council will award an annual Award of Distinction in Team Science during their annual meeting to Georgia CTSA investigators who, through their multi-institutional, multi-disciplinary collaborations, have made a profound impact in CTR.

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