TDAI issues 3 RFPs

The Translational Data Analytics Institute welcomes faculty affiliates to respond to the following requests for proposals:

Pilot Funding: TDAI will be awarding financial support and resources to affiliate-led teams for ideating and piloting interdisciplinary research concepts with the ultimate intent to pursue extramural funding. In addition to funds, this new program will feature facilitated brainstorming and team-building sessions to develop new concepts, proposal development coaching, peer mentoring, and space and computing resources. Deadline: Nov. 25.

Research Community of Practice Program Directors: TDAI seeks to hire two faculty program directors for spring semester that will contribute to driving team science and scholarship and educational initiatives for two research communities of practice—Computational Health & Life Sciences, with Co-Director Shili Lin, and Smart & Connected Communities and Distributed Sensing, with Co-Director Anish AroraDeadline: Nov. 15.

Lab-in-ResidenceTDAI is piloting a program that provides lab space for one year to interdisciplinary teams led by a TDAI faculty affiliate that are developing one or more projects with the intent to pursue extramural funding. Use of the space will begin Jan. 1, 2020. Deadline: Nov. 15.


Faculty with questions can email Questions will be posted, along with their answers, will be posted at as they are received. The TDAI team will also answer questions about the above RFPs at the institute’s Fall Forum on Nov. 7.

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