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|Pain Research Challenge 2018||The Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) at the University of Pittsburgh is soliciting applications to the Pain Research Challenge. Awards will be funded by the Virginia Kaufman Endowment Fund and CTSI. Research solutions can address...||The Virginia Kaufman Endowment Fund and the Clinical and Translationional Science Institute|
|WORDOUT: Community Research Dissemination Challenge 2017||The WORDOUT Community Research Dissemination Challenge is an exciting opportunity for community organizations to offer ideas for getting the "word out" about the latest in precision medicine research.||CTSI Community PARTners Core|
|AR3T Pilot Funding Program - Fall 2017 Application Cycle||As a means to support creative, interdisciplinary researchers in expansion of their Regenerative Rehabilitation research, we have established the AR3T Pilot Funding Program. This program will promote new collaborations and provide opportunities for...||Alliance for Regenerative Rehabilitation Research and Training|
|AR3T Sabbatical Opportunities||The Regenerative Rehabilitation Sabbatical Opportunities program is designed to stimulate and support research conducted by junior doctoral-level trainees, post-doctoral fellows and junior faculty members.||Alliance for Regenerative Rehabilitation Research and Training|
|CRISP: CTSI's Research Initiative for Special Populations||This funding opportunity is for investigators working with populations that are frequently underrepresented as research participants.||Special Populations Core of CTSI|