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Funding Opportunities


Department of Radiology Grant Funding
The Department of Radiology announces two new grant opportunities for UCD Radiology faculty that are affiliated with UCH. Applications to both of these grant opportunities will be reviewed on a quarterly basis.
 
Please review deadline dates for 2013-2014 below:
October 1
January  1
April 1
July 1
 

Radiology Pilot Research Grants

Up to $20,000 is available to support pilot research that addresses imaging or intervention issues including improved diagnosis, better treatment, patient safety and radiologist training. Data collected should lead to publication and an application for external funding to conduct a follow-up study. Please review the research grant guidance before completing the application.
 

Radiology Faculty Development Grants

Up to $10,000 is available to support projects that address imaging or intervention issues including improved diagnosis, better treatment, and patient safety. These projects may include quality control/quality improvement studies that are for hospital improvement only. Data collected should lead to a presentation and publication. Please review the faculty development grant guidance before completing the application​.
 
 
Office of Research Development and Education

The ORDE is a great campus resource that is free-of-charge for general funding opportunities. ORDE will meet with you by telephone, e-mail, or in person and establish the following:

 
  • Perform a personalized fund search
  • Provide regular targeted funding announcements to you based on your interests
  • Strategize with you about funding sustainability or proposal development etc.
 
ScanGrants

ScanGrants is a public resource that lists grants and other funding types. You can create a profile for yourself and set alerts to receive funding updates that apply to you.

 
Grants.gov

Find and apply for federal grants at Grants.gov

 
C-TRIC

Pilot funding is available to cover the costs of PET-CT scans, radiopharmaceuticals, and quantitative image analysis for studies performed at C-TRIC

 
CCTSI

The CCTSI has several Pilot Award programs. The site also lists other funding resources.

 

SOM Funding Opportunities

The Office of Research Affairs sends out funding announcements regularly. If you happen to miss those announcements, you can check out their list here.

 
Societies and Foundations
 

 Societies and Foundation Funding

 
  
  
  
  
  
  
American Society of Therapeutic Radiology and OncologyJunior Faculty Training$100k/yr2 yrsTo help develop the careers of promising junior faculty by allowing them dedicated time to work on research relevant to radiation oncology and cancer treatmentPhysicist or physician in radiation oncology, within 3 yrs of faculty appointment, not a PI of any previous grant of over $50k, devote 0.75 FTE to project
American Association of Physicists in MedicineSeed$25K1 yrProvides funds to develop exciting investigator-initiated concepts<5 yrs since PhD, AAPM member, Qualified mentor, No salary support
American Society of Head and Neck RadiologySeedup to $15k1 yrSupport for young investigators at Instructor (including 2nd year fellows) and Assistant Professor levels with academic appointments to conduct pilot projects and test hypotheses in preparation for major grant applicationsASHNR member or have sponsoring member, Applicant or sponsoring member must be full-time, can't have >$50k grant support in single year, ABR certified or equivalent
American Society of NeuroradiologyComparative Effectiveness$60k/yr1-2yrsSupports the generation and synthesis of evidence that compares the benefits and harms of diagnostic imaging methods or interventions to prevent, diagnose, treat and monitor a clinical condition or to improve the delivery of careASNR member, board-certified or eligible, Residency in diagnostic Radiology, minimum 1 yr fellowship in neuroradiology
American Society of NeuroradiologyScholar Award$60k/yr1-2 yrsProvide funding to new investigatorsASNR member, PhD or MD with good research training, residency in diagnostic radiology, min 1 yr fellowship in Neuroradiology, junior or mid-level faculty member
American Society of NeuroradiologyResearch Scientist$60k/yr1-2 yrsAssist young scientists in their transition to becoming independent investigators in neuroradiology research as well as to help established investigators initiate new projects with relevance to neuroradiologyASNR member, board-certified or eligible, residency in diagnostic radiology, minimum 1yr fellowship in Neuroradiology, junior or mid-level faculty member
Association for Medical Ultrasoundnot specified$10K - $50Knot specifiedFurther professional development in ultrasound-related researchnot specified
International Society for MR in MedicineSeed$25knot specifiedAnnounced annuallyJunior Faculty with 3 years of post-residency
RSNAResearch Scholar$75K/yr2 yrsTo support junior faculty who have completed the conventional resident/fellowship training but have not yet been recognized as independent investigatorsNominated by Department Chair, within 5 yrs of initial faculty appointment, full-time faculty position, certified by Am Board of Radiology or equivalent
RSNASeedup to $40k1 yrTo enable all levels of investigators in defining objectives and testing hypotheses in preparation for major grant applicationsRSNA memeber, full-time faculty position, certified by the American Board of Radiology or equivalent, not PI of grant(s) over $60k/yr
RSNABracco Diagnostics$75k/yr2 yrsDevelops young faculty into independent investigators and prepares them for NIH fundingnot specified
Society of Abdominal RadiologyDodds Research Award$15k2 yrsSupports gastrointestinal radiology researchSAR member
Society of Interventional RadiologyAcademic Transitionup to $25knot specifiedIntended to facilitate the establishment of a record of independent research by the investigator in order to promote a successful academic careerRadiologists over the age of 40 who have recently begun academic careers after spending years in non-academic practice
Society of Interventional RadiologyAcademic Development$50k/yr2 yrsProvides support to junior Interventional Radiology faculty members early in their academic careers to allow time for conducting researchWithin 5 years of faculty appointment, full-time faculty, SIR member or SIR sponsor, not a recipient of over $50k in grants, commit minimum of 30% time to research, chair approval and mentor
Society of Interventional RadiologyFunding Source Developmentup to $25k1 yrProvide support for costs related to developing a protocol, operations or training manual, and applications for fundingIR physician, SIR member, RCP proceedings paper or SIRF recommendation
Society of Interventional RadiologyPilotup to $25knot specifiedSupport the initial research efforts of faculty as well as those with limited research experienceFull-time interventional radiology faculty & trainees, SIR member or SIR sponsor
Society of Nuclear MedicinePilot$25knot specifiedHelps a basic or clinical scientist in the early stages of their career conduct research that may lead to further fundingNo more than 5 yrs post Nuc Med training, not PI on grant over $50k
Society of Thoracic RadiologySeed$8k - $20k1 yrSupport for young investigators to pursue novel research in thoracic imaging and related fieldsFaculty or PI is member of STR, preference given to residents, fellows, and junior faculty (within 5 yrs post-fellowship)
Society of Nuclear MedicineJunior Medical Faculty$50k/yr2 yrsSupports molecular imaging research related to diagnostic or therapeutic applicationsMD degree (or equivalent), completed a residency and certified SNM member, within 5 yrs of faculty appointment, not PI on grant for over 50k, PET/CT, SPECT/CT, and PET/MRI are encouraged
Society of Abdominal RadiologyStern Research Grant$15k2 yrsFacilitates pilot projects in abdominal radiologySAR member
Society of Abdominal RadiologyBosniak Research Award$15k2 yrsnot specifiedSAR member