2019 Request for Proposals
The Cottage Health Research Grant Program, supported by the Cottage Health Research Institute (CHRI), is pleased to release a 2019 Request for Proposals. Two types of awards are available for up to $50,000, and special consideration will be given to projects pertaining to: Pediatrics, Trauma, Neurology/Brain Disorders, and Precision Medicine.
If you need clarification on the program or application process, please reach out to CHRIgrants@sbch.org or call 805-324-9260.
Connect with CHRI
For more information on collaboration opportunities with the CHRI team, call 805-324-9260 or e-mail CHRI@sbch.org
Research at Cottage Health
The Cottage Health Research Institute (CHRI) is an integral part of Cottage Health. For more than 20 years, CHRI has offered consultation, liaison, and administrative resources to researchers to support the translation of clinical and academic research and graduate and post graduate training for future physicians and other healthcare professionals.
Our medical staff is composed of more than 700 world-renowned clinicians who conduct research and see patients, the ideal formula for discovery and its translation into cures.
In addition, our unique academic relationship with the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) strengthens our ability to further deliver on unique Bioengineering and Material Sciences technology opportunities that benefit patients within our community.
Research Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if my project is a research project or a quality improvement project?
Please refer to the Comparing and Contrasting Research, Evidence Based Practice and Quality Improvement document
I’m interested in research in a particular disease or about a certain medical condition. How do I find a physician who might want to collaborate with me?
Please contact Catelynn Kenner, Research Business Analyst
(805) 324-9254 ext. 59254
I’m a patient interested in participating in a research study. How do I get involved?
Email CHRI@sbch.org and someone will contact you to learn more about your interest in participating.