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ICTS Announces 2023-2024 CTRFP Awardees

(1st row, left to right) Grant Challen, PhD; Eric Duncavage, MD; Antonina Frolova, MD, PhD; Joseph Gaut, MD, PhD; Kirsten Gilbert, PhD; Jaya Gnana-Prakasam, PhD; Lakshmi Gokanapudy Hahn, MD (2nd row, left to right) Kelly Harris, PhD; Caroline Hoyniak, PhD; Patricia Jimenez, MD; Carol Kao, MD; Christopher King, MD, PhD; Brian Laidlaw, PhD; Osvaldo Laurido-Soto, MD (3rd row, left to right) Whitney Linsenmeyer, PhD; Changqing Ma, MD, PhD; Aaloke Mody, MD; Oluwatoyosi Owoeye, MS, PhD, BPT; Russell Pachynski, MD; Arvind Palanisamy, MD, FRCA; Mary Politi, PhD (4th row, left to right) Lixing Reneker, PhD; Ahmed Said, MD, PhD; Pawan Kumar Singh, PhD; Stephen Stone, MD; Regina Triplett, MS, MD; Amanda Verma, MD; Ofer Zimmerman, MD

Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) and The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital awards 28 investigators as part of the 16th annual Clinical and Translational Research Funding Program (CTRFP). The CTRFP is the largest internal grant funding program of the ICTS. Applicants are required to submit proposals for projects that promote the translation of scientific discoveries into improvements in human health. For 2023, awards were considered across three project categories: clinical/translational, community-engaged research, and biostatistics, epidemiology, and research design.

This year the CTRFP received over 100 letters of intent and awarded approximately $1.3M for investigator-initiated projects. These grants are supported with funding from the ICTS, The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital and ICTS partner institutions: Saint Louis University and the University of Missouri-Columbia.

Funding is made available to the 2023 awardee cohort effective March 1, 2023.

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