We anticipate awarding up to 30 Collaborative Pilot Awards in Phase 1, and awarding up to 30% of the eligible Phase 1 pilot projects awards for Phase 2 extended grant awards.

Print; Email; News and Announcements. Dec 2018 – Present 1 year 7 months. The Khoo Pilot Award (Collaborative) grant encourages clinician-scientists to either collaborate among themselves or with their PhD-trained scientist counterparts to generate translational or clinical research that has potential for bench-to-bedside or bedside-to-bench applications. with MD/MBBS/BDS/PharmD) or have PhD qualification.d)          PIs must be keen to pursue research as part of their career, as evidenced by:(i)        at least 1 publication of original research as first author, AND(ii)       having completed or currently undergoing research training in a PhD or Masters programme, or in relevant local or overseas universities, research institutes, centres, etc., such as during a research fellowship, HMDP, Nurturing Clinician-Scientist Scheme, Khoo Scholars Programme or during CS-year for CS-residency programme.e)          PIs must not have been PI on an NMRC CSA, CS-IRG or OF-IRG, MOE-Tier 2 grant or an NRF grant, or have been PI on any grant with grant value exceeding S$375,000 in a single grant. All rights reserved 2020. All pilot award recipients must agree in writing to cite the CTSC award on all publications resulting from funds provided from the CTSC to the investigator making it possible to publish. Each applicant may only submit one application.b)          At least one of the PIs must be performing clinical duties as a clinician or allied health professional.c)          PIs must either be clinically qualified (i.e. The fund is intended to help the PIs develop a research project for publication and/or to prepare for a joint large competitive grant.

The project … The Collaborative and Multidisciplinary Pilot Research Pilot Award (CaMPR) focuses on the innovative assembly of new teams to gather preliminary data to address unresolved clinical, translational and public health problems with novel approaches informed by interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary collaboration. Salary support for investigators is not permitted.All expenses entailed in conducting and executing the proposed project may be included.

It is open to Duke-NUS academic appointment-holders (adjunct or regular rank) to facilitate their research career development and is focused on but not limited to, supporting the early career development of … Successful applicants are …

All rights reserved 2020. Home / Collaborative Sequencing/Bioinformatics Pilot Award. ITHS Collaboration Innovation Awards; ITHS Research Innovation Award; ITHS Translational Pilot Award with a Special Emphasis on Diabetes; Awardees; Find Collaborators. June 10, 2019.

The Khoo Pilot Award (KPA) provides pilot award funding for clinical and translational research projects. Scientific Scope . Budgeting of any single equipment purchase in excess of S$5,000 (inclusive of GST) requires prior approval from Duke-NUS.Interested investigators should submit their completed applications by A soft copy of the application should also be submitted by email to: After submission of applications, shortlisted applicants will be invited to present before a final selection panel. g)          Applicants who have held a Khoo Award (e.g. This category covers other expenses directly related to the project such as the purchase of animals, consumables, laboratory manuals, literature search, and maintenance of equipment, equipment usage charges, sample storage/retrieval cost etc. The Khoo Mentored Research Award (KMRA) aims to engage experienced clinician researchers in an effort to develop clinician investigators (CIs) and clinician scientists (CSs). Khoo Pilot Award (Collaborative) To accompany the Khoo Awards, CCSD organises Research Development Seminars(RDS) that help clinician-scientists get constructive feedback from a panel of reviewers on their research proposals. CaMPR’s goals are to: With these goals in mind, the CaMPR pilot award provides funding to support the formation of newly configured investigative teams aimed at addressing a significant health problem at the cellular, individual, or community level. Graduate Programs.