Pilot Grant Programs
Population Health Research Institute Pilot Grant Program will provide one year of seed funding for MetroHealth faculty investigators to fund research projects in population health.
In addition to the $35,000 awarded, MetroHealth will also cover 10% of the MetroHealth’s PI salary. To apply, please complete online application and submit. If you would like to have a consult meeting with one of our awarding team members, please complete the Consult Meeting Request form and send to Sabrina Perkins at [email protected].
The Center for Reducing Health Disparities, established jointly by The MetroHealth System and Case Western Reserve University, seeks innovative pilot projects that partner with community organizations to better understand and/or reduce health disparities. Investigators from underrepresented groups are highly encouraged to apply.
This pilot project aims to develop investigators with a high capacity to engage in partnerships with communities to conduct high-quality health disparities research. Community partnerships are intended to leverage the experience and understanding of the community in identifying the root causes of health disparities that adversely affect health. Investigations of interest include the development, pilot testing, and/or dissemination of community-based studies to understand and/or eliminate health disparities.