FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

Programs for Postdoctoral, and/or Clinical Fellows, and Faculty

 

Deadline: March 26, 2018 at 5:00 pm PT (early deadline for implementation science feedback)

Internal deadline: May 11, 2018

Intermountain-Stanford Collaboration Grants: Request for Proposals

Purpose: Investigators at both Intermountain Healthcare and Stanford University have a unique opportunity to improve patient care, on a large scale and within a healthcare delivery system, through ongoing performance improvement, investigation, innovation, and education, all focused on healthcare transformation. Through the Intermountain-Stanford Grant Program, the Intermountain-Stanford Collaborative Committee will provide project awards to teams of investigators from both institutions conducting research to advance healthcare transformation, ideally through the scale and spread of proven or promising clinical improvements. 
Through the Intermountain-Stanford Grant Program, the Intermountain-Stanford Collaborative Committee will award up to $75,000 for one year to teams of investigators from both institutions to advance healthcare transformation.

Eligibility:

•         Intermountain-Stanford project teams will consist of paired PIs (Co-PIs), one from Stanford University and one from Intermountain Healthcare, who have jointly written a project proposal in their shared discipline of interest

o   **Stanford School of Medicine faculty with UTL, MCL, NTLR, or CE appointments. CE faculty PI waivers are not needed for internal Stanford funding opportunities.

Questions? Contact intermountain-stanford-collab@stanford.edu

More Information & Submission Guidelines Here

Deadline: Applications accepted at any time; flexibility in the start date of the program

For residents, fellows, and faculty

Center for Health Policy (CHP)/ Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research (PCOR): VA Fellowship in Health Services Research and Development

We are occasionally able to fund one position for individuals applying within a year of the anticipated matriculation date. If you are interested in applying to the fellowship after the listed deadline dates, please contact Ranak Trivedi at Ranak.Trivedi@va.gov.

Purpose: The Fellowship Program in Health Services Research and Development seeks to train physicians and postdoctoral scholars who will become leaders in health services research and primary care research and education. The program of study during the fellowship is flexible and accommodates a variety of career goals. The primary focus of the program is to provide research skills needed for a career in academic medicine. The main areas of research are clinical decision making, decision analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis, outcomes research, guideline development, quality of life assessment, and secondary database analysis. Postdocs who complete the fellowship will also be skilled in clinical care and teaching.

Eligibility: Applicants must be U.S. citizens who have completed an M.D. and accredited residency or a Ph.D. in a field relevant to health services. The VA is an equal opportunity employer.
Questions?
Contact Soka Keo at skeo@stanford.edu

More Information & Submission Guidelines Here

Deadline: Applications accepted at any time; flexibility in the start date of the program

For residents, fellows, and faculty

Center for Health Policy (CHP)/ Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research (PCOR): Medical Informatics Fellowship for Postdoctoral Scholars

Purpose: Fellows are offered an opportunity to combine formal training in Medical Informatics with research applying Medical Informatics to areas of relevance to the VA health care system.

 Eligibility: Applicants must be U.S. citizens who have completed an MD and accredited residency or a Ph.D. in computer sciences, medical informatics, decision sciences, economics, or related fields. The VA is an equal opportunity employer.

Questions? Contact Soka Keo at skeo@stanford.edu

More Information & Submission Guidelines Here

Deadline: Letters of intent can be submitted anytime. Applicants will be notified within 21 days of submission.

For residents, fellows, and faculty

Intermountain-Stanford Collaboration Grants: Requests for Letters of Intent for Travel Award

 Purpose: The purpose of the Intermountain Healthcare-Stanford Collaboration Travel Grant Program is foster affiliation between Intermountain Healthcare and Stanford Medicine by providing travel support for investigators to further explore potential areas of collaboration and joint investigation with designated contacts at the other organization. The application process is meant to be as easy as possible to facilitate rapid collaboration between investigators at the two institutions.

Eligibility:

  • Potential Principal Investigators, either from Stanford Medicine** or Intermountain Healthcare, can submit a letter of intent for travel support to further explore collaborations, which may lead to a joint research proposal.
  • **Stanford School of Medicine with University-tenure line (UTL), Medical Center Line (MCL), Non-tenure line-Research (NTL-R), or Clinician Educators (CE) faculty appointments
  • Applicants who have received the travel award in the past may re-apply for support for additional travel, but should include in their application a justification for additional travel. It is expected that successful collaboration efforts resulting from the travel grants will be followed by application for funding from other sources, which may include an Intermountain Healthcare-Stanford Collaboration Grant Request for Proposals.

Questions? Contact intermountain-stanford-collab@stanford.edu.

More Information & Submission Guidelines Here

 

For more Stanford Internal Funding Opportunities, click below:

http://med.stanford.edu/rmg/funding/internalfunding.html