TDAI to issue call for pilot concepts Sept. 24 
The Translational Data Analytics Institute will issue a call for concepts for two types of pilot awards on Thursday, Sept. 24, that TDAI core faculty and affiliates are encouraged to respond to:
  • Accelerator Grants: TDAI is partnering with multiple OSU entities to award financial and in-kind support to teams for ideating and piloting interdisciplinary research concepts with the ultimate intent to pursue extramural funding and publishing opportunities. The program includes a required workshop to explore potential opportunities to synthesize ideas, collaborate and leverage resources.
  • Catalyst Grants: New this year, TDAI will award financial and in-kind support for teams that include at least one TDAI core faculty member to initiate new projects and teams.
The RFP will be posted at tdai.osu.edu/RFPs starting Sept. 24 at 8 a.m.
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