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Unique Team Science Funding Opportunity through CTSC Community & Collaboration
The Community and Collaboration Component (C&C) of the Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative (CTSC) is pleased to offer a unique funding opportunity intended to support, promote and highlight multi-disciplinary collaboratives that have come together to address a particular health issue or problem facing the local community. The teams must include investigators from more than one discipline and at least one engaged community stakeholder. The goal of this short-term funding opportunity is to provide support for these collaboratives to develop a feasible and actionable plan that identifies a minimum of three translational research projects (TRPs) aimed at addressing the issue and having the potential to improve population health outcomes in the Greater Cleveland area. Such well-defined plans will be highly beneficial when applying for future TRP pilot funding opportunities from the C&C as well as providing feasibility and rationale for future external funding. The deadline to apply is January 25, 2019.
 
The CTSC multi-institutional resource that promotes clinical and translational research locally, regionally, and nationally. The Community and Collaboration Component (C&C) is focused on fostering effective investigative research teams that utilize team science and stakeholder engagement-based approaches to address the health and health care priorities of our population.  PRCHN Director Elaine Borawski, PhD, leads the C&C component.
 
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