Pathway to Independence in Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR)

AHRQ Training Projects Funded by PCOR Trust Fund

RFA-HS-12-007 and RFA-HS-13-002

The Pathway to Independence Award facilitates the transition of outstanding postdoctoral candidates from mentored to independent research positions. The award contains two components, a mentored (K99) phase of 1 to 2 years and an independent (R00) phase with duration of 3 years. Activation of the independent award phase is contingent upon the investigator securing an independent research position. The expected output of these grants is accelerated transition to tenure and productivity of PCOR researchers.

Grant Number Grant Type Institution
HS22189 K99/R00 Duke University
HS22192 K99/R00 Stanford University
HS22193 K99/R00 Brigham and Women's Hospital
HS22198 K99/R00 University of Colorado Denver
HS22404 K99/R00 Rady Children's Hospital Research Center (K99)
University of San Diego (R00)
HS22406 K99/R00 University of Pennsylvania (K99)
Rutgers University (R00)
HS22408 K99/R00 University of California, San Francisco
HS22431 K99/R00 Baylor Research Institute (K99)
Emory University (R00)
HS22433 K99/R00 University of Chicago

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Internet Citation: Pathway to Independence in Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR). Content last reviewed October 2016. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/pcor/ahrq-pcor-trust-fund-training-projects/pcortf-tcdhs12007.html