RFA: $100,000 Awards for Two UW Collaborating Scholars Interested in Suicide Care Research
As an incubator for interdisciplinary collaborations and research education and training in suicide prevention, SCRC wants to ensure a well-trained, diverse research workforce. As such, SCRC’s Collaborating Scholars Program aims to bring new investigators into the field by funding research projects and providing mentorship and professional development opportunities to awarded investigators.
Awards are for pilot or developmental research projects that aim to develop, refine, and/or implement scalable innovative interventions or service delivery along SCRC’s Suicide Care Pathway for adolescents and young adults (ages 13-30) in outpatient medical settings.
Applicants across University of Washington are welcome from along the career spectrum of graduate students, postdoctoral trainees, early career suicide care researchers, and established researchers new to suicide care research.
$100,000 over two years (@ $50,000/year)
Full RFA Available on 9/1/2023
Find details about the review processes and selection criteria in the full RFA. https://redcap.link/SCRC_RFA_2023
- 9/22/23, 11:59pm pacific: Letter of Intent due.
- 10/15/23: Invitations to proceed with full application.
- 11/15/23, 11:59pm pacific: Full application due.
Two in current cycle; six additional awards will become available over the next four years
Information Session Recording
Review a recording of the RFA information session hosted by SCRC on 9/6/23.
Connect with Us
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject ‘Collaborating Scholars Program’ with any questions.