Current Grant Opportunities

CCTS Voucher Program

This program is currently closed.

The Ohio State University CCTS facilitates and supports translation of scientific discoveries into innovations that improve health. To achieve this mission and advance translational research, the CCTS awards vouchers to provide funding support to investigators who require assistance from an Ohio State or a Nationwide Children’s Hospital core service to enable preliminary work and generate data for new or ongoing projects and/or to secure fee-based core services for expert consultation services (such as biostatistics) with the ultimate goal of furthering clinical and translational research.

These awards are intended to be used on projects that are ready for services immediately (“just in time” data), must be translational in nature, and must be used to generate preliminary data for a grant submission or data for a publication. The CCTS will award Ohio State and NCH investigators vouchers worth up to $3,000 (see eligibility four to six) in core services (eligible cores listed below) per investigator and per project.

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CCTS Pilot Funding

This program is currently open.

The overarching goal of the Pilot program is to support career development through utilization of pilot funding to reinforce the development of new research teams that cross disciplines and develop new technologies and methodologies for clinical and translational research.

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Path to K Grant

This program is currently open.

The overall goal of the program is to equip early career investigators to advance on the path to be competitive for NIH K Career Development Grants (or equivalent).

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Physician Scientist Retention

This program is currently closed.


This program is currently closed.

The Ohio State University Center for Clinical & Translational Science (CCTS) K12 Program supports the career development of investigators who have made a commitment to conduct either patient-oriented or translational research. The K12 Award is available for a period of three years (contingent on satisfactory progress), with two years of CCTS funding and a third from the scholar’s home college.

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This program is currently closed.

The goal of the T32 Mentored Clinical Research Training Program program is to increase the number of well-trained clinician-scientists who can lead the design and oversight of future clinical investigations critical to address the nation's biomedical, behavioral, and clinical needs. It is funded through a grant from the National Center for Clinical and Translational Science (NCATS) and is part of the NIH Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) program.

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