Research Career Enhancement Awards for Established Investigators in Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR)

AHRQ Training Projects Funded by PCOR Trust Fund

PA-12-115

These career development awards allow flexibility for established investigators to devote a minimum of 50 percent effort across a 6-month to 1-year period to augment or redirect their research focus and to further develop their research expertise in PCOR methodologies. The expected output of these grants is accelerated development of the research workforce capable of conducting PCOR at the associate and full professor level.

Grant Number Grant Type Institution
HS21980 K18 University of Pittsburgh
HS21991 K18 Harvard University School of Public Health
HS22440 K18 University of Rochester
HS22441 K18 University of Pennsylvania
HS22443 K18 Duke University
HS22444 K18 Morehouse School of Medicine
HS22445 K18 University of Minnesota
HS21992 K18 University of Iowa
HS23445 K18 University of Pennsylvania
HS22437 K18 Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
HS22446 K18 University of Wisconsin, Madison
HS24200 K18 Johns Hopkins University
HS23437 K18 Northwestern University at Chicago
HS23434 K18 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
HS23443 K18 Duke University

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Internet Citation: Research Career Enhancement Awards for Established Investigators 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-tcdpa12115.html