iTHRIV Funding Support
Click on an icon below to learn more about the 2022-2023 funding cycle:
iTHRIV Pilot Grant Program
The goal of the iTHRIV Pilot Studies Program is to support innovative approaches to clinical and translational research to foster collaborative research across the iTHRIV partner institutions. By providing teams with early-stage pilot funding, iTHRIV aims to provide resources to accelerate discovery, generate preliminary data, and support translational science through partnerships across the Commonwealth of Virginia.
iTHRIV Community Organization & Research Institution Partnership Grant
Community engaged research is one good way to improve what and how research is conducted. A major iTHRIV goal is to implement research that will benefit underserved populations. Proposed community engaged research projects may address a wide range of health-related topics. Projects may target direct health outcomes and/or social determinants of health.
iTHRIV Scholars RFA
A cornerstone of the integrated Translational Health Research Institute of Virginia is the iTHRIV Scholars Program. This competitive program prepares trainees to excel in a transformed biomedical research environment in which digital data drives health care hypotheses, interventions, and health quality evaluation.
Institution Specific Funding Support
UVA Funding Opportunities
This list includes information on funding resources for researchers located at UVA.
Virginia Tech Funding Opportunities
VT researchers, follow the link to access resources to develop and explore new ideas through seed funding, prepare proposals for an identified opportunity, and execute research through unique shared research facilities.
Inova Funding Opportunities
Inova researchers and staff, follow the link to access resources that will provide teams with a variety of essential services to support translational studies.
Carilion Clinic Funding Opportunities
Carilion researchers, follow the link for valuable information and opportunities related to funding for translational research.