USC Funding

  • For a complete list of USC Research internal funding please visit: http://research.usc.edu/for-investigators/funding/usc/


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     Collaboration Fund

    The Research Collaboration Fund supports research collaboration among faculty and students working on interdisciplinary research topics. Example uses of funding include organization of workshops, seminars, application of collaborative technologies, retreats and development of online resources. Each collaboration should engage a large group of faculty (normally 10 or more), representing at least two schools at USC. Funding can be for up to three years, with the possibility of competitive renewal thereafter.

    For all funding opportunities please visit: http://research.usc.edu/for-investigators/funding/usc/collaboration/

     

    James H. Zumberge Research and Innovation Fund

    The Zumberge fund offers two types of awards: 

    •  Individual awards help newer faculty launch their research careers, and support research in areas with limited external funding opportunities through grants of up to $25,000.
    •  Interdisciplinary awards of up to $50,000 foster collaborative efforts among faculty from different schools and disciplines that lead to sustained interdisciplinary research programs and projects.

    For all funding opportunities please visit: http://research.usc.edu/for-investigators/funding/usc/zumberge/

     

    Southern California Clinical and Translational Clinical Institute (SC CTSI)

    The mission of the SC CTSI is to catalyze and support multidisciplinary team building to take on health problems whose solutions require perspectives that transcend individual disciplines and require unprecedented collaboration between interdisciplinary teams.

    Pilot funding is available for: 

    • Research
    • Career development
    • Progression of discoveries
    • Innovative technologies and methodologies
    • Multidisciplinary team formation

    For all funding opportunities please visit: http://sc-ctsi.org/

     

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