Now Accepting Grant Proposals
CHRI plans to support up to $250,000 in new funding in 2017. Grant awards are available in $5,000; $25,000; and $50,000 increments. Application Deadline is September 5, 2017.
Request for Proposals
How to Apply
To request more information regarding the grant program criteria and application materials e-mail CHRI@sbch.org or call 805-324-9260
The Cottage Health Research Grant Program promotes educational activities related to medical research and facilitates quality medical research by providing financial and grant preparation support for proposed research projects affiliated with Cottage Health. It is also our mission to educate the medical and scientific community on:
- the latest clinical medical research
- the basic science and principles of emerging technology
- the newest medical instrumentation and commercial pharmaceutical developments
By educating and supporting the biomedical community, we hope to ensure a healthier future through research.
Cottage Health’s active research program has a base endowment of $2.4 million. Since the program’s inception in 1986, more than 160 research proposals have been accepted and funded.
The Research Program was established to encourage research by health professionals at Cottage and was later expanded to include biomedical research conducted by other scientists within the community. Our program can provide funding of up to $30,000 for innovative new ideas and small research projects.
The program gives priority to projects requiring "seed money" for initiating or continuing research for which additional funding from other sources will subsequently be sought. Criteria for funding include significance, scientific merit, probability of successful completion, and potential for obtaining extramural continuation of funding.
Any health professional affiliated with Cottage Health is eligible to submit an application for funding. Health professionals or scientists not affiliated with Cottage are eligible to submit grant proposals to the Research Program; however, a Cottage-affiliated health professional must collaborate on the proposal and the research must be performed locally.