Indiana Trailblazer Award
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Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute
The Indiana Trailblazer Award provides funding for
collaborative, community-engaged research projects
focused on topics that have potential to improve health
equity in Indiana. A priority is placed on projects that
are focused on rural health and projects with a
Projects should pursue one or both of the following:
- To implement research that has the potential to
identify or reduce health inequities
- To evaluate an existing health-related program that
has the potential to improve health equity
Research topics of interest include:
- Substance misuse
- Tobacco use
- Obesity prevention
- Infant mortality
- Cardiovascular disease
- Disparities in rural areas
Eligible projects will have both a university lead and a
community lead, and both partners must currently work in
an Indiana-based institution or organization.
Amount of funding
Up to $25,000 over 2 years.
Cardiovascular disease · Community and faith-based initiatives · Diabetes · Health disparities · Mortality · Networking and collaboration · Obesity and weight control · Research methods and resources · Social determinants of health · Substance use and misuse · Sustainability of programs · Tobacco use · Indiana
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