Providing greater access to resources and funds to help researchers generate pilot and preliminary data is a vital component of UMB’s mission to remove barriers to clinical translational research that will improve the health of our Baltimore community, Maryland, and the Mid-Atlantic region.
- Free hours of services from the ICTR Cores of service: Biostatisitical, Informatics, and Community-Collaboration Cores
- Voucher ("micro-grant") Program to help defray costs of other fee-for-service UMB Cores
- Accelerated Translational Incubator Pilot (ATIP) Grant Program
- UMB is rich with internal funding opportunities
- Links to external grant programs
Students collaborate over a high-fidelity, simulated patient as part of research funded by the Center for Interprofessional Education’s Seed Grant Program.