TRI Pilot Award Program

Program Overview

The goal of TRI’s Pilot Program is to provides seed funds for feasibility testing and generation of preliminary data to support future research efforts that will make a measurable positive impact on health issues facing Arkansas and Arkansans.

Request for Applications (RFAs) are released biannually and rotate among these four focus areas:

  1. Health concerns and challenges of rural and underrepresented populations
  2. Implementation science to incorporate new research findings into the health care system, including rural practices
  3. Biomedical informatics approaches that examine unique state data resources
  4. Community and/or stakeholder-partnered research.

Meet Our Past Awardees

 

Biomedical Informatics Pilot Awardees Implementation Science Pilot Awardees

Health Challenges of Rural and Underrepresented Populations Pilot Award 2019

TRI is pleased to invite applications for a special pilot grant targeting the health challenges of rural and underrepresented populations. The purpose of this pilot grant opportunity is for faculty members to form new teams to generate data necessary to submit competitive grant proposals in response to NIH, other federal agencies, and foundation grant funding opportunities addressing the health challenges of rural and underrepresented populations. Learn more about this opportunity by clicking the link below.

Populations Pilot RFA

Special Opioid and Pain Management Pilot Award 2018

In the fall of 2018, the UAMS Office of Vice Chancellor for Research provided funding for a special Opioid and Pain Management Pilot Award RFA. Learn more about the awardees and their projects by clicking the link below.

Opioid and Pain Management Pilot Awardees

 


Leadership

Nia Indelicato
Nia Indelicato, MNO, CRS