From pilot project funding, awards and scholarships to funding resources, tools and guidance, we’re here to provide you with direct support for your translational research. Learn how to get funded, what’s expected of new grantees, which pilot awards are currently open and more.
You’ll improve your chances of funding your translational research with these tools and resources to kick off your efforts.
Contact Melissa Mudd to access examples of successful past applications.
Take advantage of the OCTRI Design Studio to get valuable feedback on your career development award application, F30 or R grant proposal.
Each year, OCTRI funds exceptional clinical and translational research pilot projects and trainees. Review OCTRI funding opportunities below.
OCTRI pilot awards
Participants and Clinical Interactions (PCI) Management
OCTRI & Business Oregon Phase 0 Program (SBIR/STTR application support)
Team Science: Advancing Transdisciplinary Microbiome Research
Clinical Research Informatics Support Program (CRISP)
Pathways to Independence
Review pilot awards that are currently open on our Pilot Awards page.
OCTRI publication acknowledgement
Help us continue our support by citing the OCTRI grant on all papers and presentations that have benefited from OCTRI services, tools or funding. Supported papers are an important metric for all CTSAs.
OCTRI Grant Numbers July 2017 — current
- CTSA award No.: UL1TR002369
- For TL1 Scholars, award No.: TL1TR002371
- For KL2 Scholars, award No.: KL2TR002370
NIH-Supporting research acknowledgement
All grantee publications, including research publications and press releases must acknowledge NIH support, along with other publications or documents that cover research funded by NIH. Please include the following statements:
- A specific acknowledgment of NIH grant support, such as: "Research reported in this [publication/press release] was supported by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under award number UL1TR0002369."
- A disclaimer that says: "The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health."
Funding breakthroughs in health care technologies
Supported by OCTRI funding, mentoring, educational opportunities and project management, OCTRI partners with our investigators to ensure project success.
See the breadth of OCTRI’s work with these searchable lists of pilot projects, career development awards and student research training awards.
Biomedical Innovation Program (BIP)
Apply for funding for your collaborative translational research.