TDAI issues research pilot RFP: Concepts due Oct. 16

The Translational Data Analytics Institute is accepting concept notes from core faculty and affiliates of the institute for its research pilot program. Concept notes are due Oct. 16, 5 p.m. ET, for the following types of awards:

  • 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 TDAI core faculty to initiate new projects and teams.

Read and download the full RFP.

Info session: TDAI will host a virtual information session Oct. 5, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Register to attend.

 

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