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Request for Applications for the second round of Global WACh and W.H. Coulter Foundation Pilot Grants “Bioengineering solutions to improve the health of women, children, and adolescents.”
The University of Washington Center for Integrated Health of Women, Children and Adolescents (Global WACh) aims to contribute to scientific discoveries, develop and nurture future leaders in science and foster collaborative approaches to improving the health and well-being of women, children and adolescents.
The Coulter Translational Research Partnership Program at the UW is dedicated to improving human healthcare by supporting translational research in biomedical engineering-research directed at the transfer of promising technologies within the university research laboratory that are progressing towards commercial development and clinical practice.
As part of these commitments, Global WACh and The Coulter Project are offering pilot research funds to support collaborative translational research in biomedical engineering that addresses clinical needs of women, adolescents and children.
Awards are up to $30,000 US for one year. Funds are granted internally through the UW, therefore it is not necessary to apply through OSP and no indirect costs are allowed. If indirect costs are required as part of a subcontract to a foreign or outside institution, these must be included as direct costs. Funding cannot be applied to construction of any facilities.
· Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
· Seattle Biomedical Research Institute
· Seattle Children’s
· Affiliated international universities (must have documented MOU with UW)
For more information about our previous awardee, visit www.globalwach.org/w-h-coulter-foundation/