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Pilot Project Grants: Can Your Research Benefit the Health of Women?

September 09, 2019

Women’s Health Research at Yale is pleased to announce the availability of Pilot Project Grants with awards starting July 1, 2020. 

Pilot Project Awards for 2020 include:

  • General Annual Pilot Project Award (up to $35,000) for research designed to meet a clear need in advancing women’s health.
  • Area-specific Pilot Project Award (up to $50,000) for women’s health research in the areas of depression, Alzheimer’s disease, and other brain-based conditions such as autism spectrum disorder; cancers, especially endometrial cancer; or autoimmune disorders, particularly thyroid disease.
  • Wendy U. & Thomas C. Naratil Pioneer Award (up to $50,000) for either new, highly inventive research in women’s health or work to achieve a major breakthrough in ongoing research where funding is needed to achieve its aims.Eligibility: 

All Yale Ladder Faculty are eligible to apply. Investigators outside the Yale community are invited to collaborate with Yale or Yale-affiliated principal investigators. 

Apply now! Visit our website for full instructions.

Letters of Intent are due October 24, 2019.

Submitted by Robert Forman on September 09, 2019