UofM partnering with UTHSC on Adverse Childhood Experiences Research

Call for proposals

Purpose: To stimulate innovative, interdisciplinary, team-based adverse childhood experiences research (inclusive of T0 to T4), that involves investigators from University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) and University of Memphis (UM). The Award is designed to promote new lines of research and provide seed money to give rise to future external funding. It is not intended as bridging funds or a mechanism to extend ongoing funded research.

Timeline: Submissions are due by Monday, September 16, 2019. For more information about applying, visit our website.

Review: Submitted proposals will be reviewed by a committee chosen by the UTHSC/UM leadership.

A year-end progress report will be due at the close of the grant.

For questions, contact: Lisa Youngentob, Director-Research Development or Cody Behles, Assoc. Director- Innovation and Research Support.