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February 2022

Funding Opportunities

2022 M2D2 $200K Challenge

February 16 - February 20
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The $200K Challenge is an annual start-up competition hosted by M2D2, focused on identifying and rewarding disruptive companies in the medical technology and biotechnology industries. Every year we receive scores of entries from entrepreneurs worldwide. This year, 15 finalists will become eligible to win a share of our $200,000 purse of sponsor-provided, in-kind services. These services include lab and office space; engineering, product development, legal, regulatory, clinical, and business services. Past winners have been empowered to bring their innovations to life—and to market.…

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2023 Harrington Scholar-Innovator Award

February 24 - February 28
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This scholar award recognizes outstanding physician-scientists whose work has potential to advance standard of care. Each year up to 12 Harrington Scholar-Innovators are chosen. The award includes: Two-year grant $100,000 guaranteed, opportunity to qualify for up to $1,100,000 Drug development expertise and project management support A personalized team of drug developers and project manager for each award recipient Expert business, commercialization and clinical development advice Regulatory assistance Intellectual property (IP) review and advice Assistance identifying and securing additional financial support…

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March 2022

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Duke-Coulter Translational Partnership Grants

March 3

The Wallace H. Coulter Endowment at Duke University provides funding to support collaborative translational research projects that involve Duke faculty from the Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) and a clinical department in the School of Medicine. The goal of this program is to accelerate the development of promising bioengineering research that addresses unmet clinical needs and leads to improvements in health care and to commercial products. Apply by March 3, 2022. For more information and how to apply, click  here.

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Duke Cancer Institute / Duke Microbiome Center Joint Partnership Pilot Award

March 8 - March 14

The Duke Cancer Institute and Duke Microbiome Center are collaborating to award one development grant at the intersection of cancer and the microbiome. Proposals should include a 1-year budget of up to $50,000. All requirements for this award are identical to the DCI’s Translational and/or Collaborative Research 2022 Spring Pilot RFA with the additional requirements that (a) the PI or one of the co-PIs must also be a member of the DMC, (b) the project must support interdisciplinary and collaborative…

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Duke Microbiome Center Development Grants

March 8 - April 20

The Duke Microbiome Center Development Grants is now open for applications. Duke Microbiome Center Development Grants will have a one-year term, from 1 July 2021 – 30 June 2022. Each proposal may request a 1-year budget of up to $50,000, inclusive of all costs. Budgets are exempt from G&A, with the exception of any subcontracts which would require normal F&A costs. The DMC expects to fund up to two proposals this cycle. For more information, see the program announcement. The…

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Medical Innovation Challenge

March 16 - April 8

Join the world’s largest medical innovation accelerator program and $50K prize program! Align with leading medtech consortia representing over $20 billion in health technology contracting authority. This challenge is the first in a series of ATI-sponsored accelerator events. Who should apply? Transformative health-tech and bio-tech innovators representing dual-use solutions for both civilian and national security applications Why should you apply? Your submission will compete for a piece of the $50,000 non-dilutive prize. Qualified participants receive engagement and membership opportunities with…

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Rapid Research Pilot Program Grant for COVID-19 Testing

March 23

The Rapid Research Pilot Program (RP2) is designed to provide support for small, manageable research studies that focus on evaluating novel strategies for the implementation of COVID-19 testing in vulnerable and underserved populations. Researchers seeking funds to conduct COVID-19 testing can apply for up to $200,000 in direct cost funding and, if awarded, will have one year to complete the community-engaged NIH-funded RP2 research project. Who should apply? Researchers from community health departments, institutions of higher education – especially historically black…

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Duke-NC State Collaborative Translational Research Grant RFA for 2022-2023

March 30 - June 14
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The Duke Clinical & Translational Science Institute is pleased to announce the release of the Duke-NC State Collaborative Translational Research Grant RFA for 2022-2023.  This pilot program is designed to facilitate novel clinical and translational research that applies or accelerates discovery into testing in clinical or population settings. The program provides up to $50,000 per project (up to $25,000 direct costs per institution). Key Dates: Application Submission Deadline: June 14, 2022 Selection of Awardees: July-August 2022 Funding Period: October 1,…

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May 2022

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Duke/RTI Collaborative Translational Research Grants

May 11 - June 2
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Applications for this funding program are currently OPEN. This pilot program is designed to facilitate novel clinical and translational research that applies or accelerates discovery into testing in clinical or population settings. Projects will advance solutions by applying discoveries generated during research in the laboratory, and in preclinical studies in the areas of medicinal chemistry, computational chemistry, High Throughput Screening (HTS) and assay development, in vitro absorption–distribution–metabolism–excretion–toxicity (ADMET) and pharmacology and in vivo pharmacokinetics in clinical or population settings. The research…

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June 2022

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Call for Proposals: MEDx and BME Medical Device Design Request

June 17

Duke MEDx and the Pratt School of Engineering’s Medical Device Design class are soliciting proposals for innovative medical device design projects from Duke University Medical Center clinicians (physicians, nurses, or others working in a clinical setting.) If a proposal is selected for the senior Capstone Design experience, a team of four Duke undergraduate engineering students will develop, and determine design feasibility for the mechanical medical device, mobile app, or web service, subject to real-world constraints. A subset of projects will be…

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