FY24 REAP Intramural Funding Opportunities

REAP has published the FY 2024 Intramural funding opportunities. Detailed information about each can be found on the REAP website.

New Investigator Pilot Grant

Proposal Submission Dates: 1/15/2024 and 5/15/2024
The New Investigator Pilot Grants Program awards are intended to assist investigators as they launch their independent research careers. The awards may be used for the collection of preliminary data, equipment, or research assistance necessary to strengthen an extramural grant application. Applications for both clinical and basic science research are encouraged. Faculty who receive support through this program are expected to collect preliminary data to submit a research proposal for extramural funding.


 HSC Bridge Funding Program

Proposal Submission Dates: 11/15/2023, 02/15/2024, 04/15/2024, 08/15/2024

The HSC Bridge Funding Program (BFP) provides up to 12 months of support for full-time faculty members to maintain their research activities during a lapse in funding and resubmit more competitive grant applications for successful funding. Typically, applicants have been unsuccessful in a recent attempt to renew or replace a major federal grant (e.g., R21, R01) but are likely to be funded upon resubmission of a revised application, based on the overall impact score, and summary statement/critiques of the previously unsuccessful application.


Team Science Program

Proposal Submission Dates: 2/15/2024

The Team Science Program provides developmental support for a project or program that will ultimately result in a competitive and fundable grant application to an external funding agency that provides significant direct and indirect funding to establish a major ongoing and sustainable initiative of strategic HSC research interest. The proposal will be evaluated based on the merit of the scientific idea, and the strength and synergy of the proposed team. Awards are for a two-year, non-renewable period.


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If you have any questions, please reach out to Meredith Fogleman, Director of Research Enhancement Assistance Program.