ISCCCE Pilot Funding RFA: Implementation Science Pilot Grants – Orientation Webinar Recording

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A zoom recording of our RFA orientation webinar on June 21st is now available here. We strongly encourage those interested in applying or just looking to learn more about ISCCCE watch the recording and reach out with any questions. The webinar includes background on our Center’s aims, activities, and structure, a brief review of the Community Health Center context in MA, and details on what the pilot process looks like.

The RFA is available for download here. Letters of intent are due are due July 15, 2021.

Feel free to share with your networks and reach out to James Daly, Project Manager, jdaly@hsph.harvard.edu with any questions.

ISCCCE Pilot Funding RFA: Implementation Science Pilot Grants

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We are excited to share that our Implementation Science Center for Cancer Control Equity (ISCCCE) has released a Request for Applications for Pilot Grants on implementation research on health equity in community settings. Up to $75,000 for 1 year to support the planning of a new clinical, community or policy implementation science research project. Letters of intent are due July 15, 2021. Join our orientation webinar on June 21st here to learn more!

Feel free to share with your networks and reach out to James Daly, Project Manager, jdaly@hsph.harvard.edu with any questions.

Now Accepting Applications for the 2021 Cohort: Institute for Implementation Science Scholars (IS-2)

 

The Institute for Implementation Science Scholars (IS-2) at Washington University in St. Louis is a mentored training program for faculty interested in applying dissemination and implementation (D&I) methods and strategies to reduce the burden of chronic disease and address health inequities. Scholars should be early-career to mid-career researchers who want to pursue D&I research in chronic disease prevention and control. We encourage a diverse set of individuals from a range of disciplines, institutions, and geographies to apply.

 

Applications are due Wednesday, January 27, 2021 (5 pm CST).

Visit IS2.wustl.edu to apply.

Sebastien JPA Haneuse appointed as professor of biostatistics

Congratulation to Sebastien Haneuse for his promotion to professor of biostatistics at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, on August 20, 2020. Dr. Haneuse’s research focuses on the development and application of rigorous statistical methods for complex observational studies. Specifically, his methodological research encompasses three main areas: the analysis of semi-competing risks data; the design and analysis of outcome-dependent sampling schemes; and methods to adjust for selection bias…