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Extramural Funding Opportunities in DEI Research

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The Vice President for Research Office has collected a list of extramural funding opportunities as part of our on-going commitment to support equitable, diverse, and inclusive research on our campus and in our broader communities. All available opportunities are published HERE, and will be updated bi-monthly. Please check each sponsor's solicitation for the most up-to-date information for each program, as the sponsor can change the details of the opportunity without notification.

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Corporate Sponsored Extramural Funding Opportunities

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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation have recently launched Phase 1 of the LymeX Diagnostics Prize, a $10 million competition to accelerate the development of Lyme disease diagnostics. Though an estimated 476,000 Americans are diagnosed and treated for Lyme each year, the true number of infections remains unknown.

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PAC-12 Student-Athlete Health and Well-Being Initiative - LSO Information

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The PAC-12 Student-Athlete Health and Well-Being Initiative (SAHWBI) Board has released a request for pre-proposals for the 2023 cycle of its grant program (full details found HERE.) The pre-proposal will help streamline the proposal process and provide greater focus on the priority funding areas of this program. In addition to the standard grant proposal, this request includes a call for exploratory & bridge grant applications. These grants will fund preliminary studies, exploratory or development-based projects with large growth potential and high likelihood of National Institutes of Health (NIH) or similar support.

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Internal Funding Opportunities

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The Community-Based Research (CBR) Grants Program at the University of Utah seeks to support research partnerships between academic researchers and community-based partners that inquire into and address real-world issues through an approach rooted in equity and inclusion. The University of Utah recognizes the value of CBR as a method for enriching our understanding of the world while also increasing social impact by advancing scientific knowledge within contextualized practice, guiding community and economic development, impacting policy, fostering learning, supporting organizing and movement building, and enhancing trust between academic institutions and communities harmed by past research.

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Last Updated: 10/4/22