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Texas Health Catalyst
Monday, June 24, 2019, 08:00am - 05:00pm
Contact Dan Bost, CNS SRI: dan.bost@austin.utexas.edu

Dell Medical School has announced the opportunity for all UT-Austin faculty, graduate students, and postdocs to apply for seed funding through the Texas Health Catalyst Program. Read on for Interest areas and application instructions

APPLICATION DETAILS & CRITERIA:

Funding Available: Awards from $5,000 to $50,000. PIs may submit multiple applications per cycle.

Submission Deadline: June 24, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. CST

AREAS OF INTEREST

-Devices: Tools, novel materials, regenerative medicine and other medical devices

-Diagnostics: Imaging, biomarkers, tests to guide therapy and other diagnostics

-Therapeutics: Drugs, biologics, drug delivery methods, reformulations and other treatments

-Digital health: Software apps, monitoring and wearable, care delivery, telemedicine, data, health records, decision-making tools and other digital health solutions

 

Submissions can target any clinical area including but not limited to: oncology, neurology immunology, mental health, nutrition, women’s health, surgery, musculoskeletal conditions and pediatrics. Solutions may also address problems in clinical operations, nutrition, healthy living and other areas without focusing on any specific specialty.

 

SPECIAL TRACKS FOR 2019

-Cancer therapeutics, diagnostics, or devices

-Repeat applicants and awardees may apply again if progress has been made after the initial application to the program.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

- Review program information, application and eligibility details, and FAQs

- Submit your application by completing the application form.

OVERVIEW OF OPPORTUNITY

A collaborative initiative with the Cockrell School of Engineering, College of Natural Sciences, College of Pharmacy, and Office of Technology Commercialization, Texas Health Catalyst aims to connect researchers with key experts and seed funding for product development and commercialization. Housed at Dell Medical School, the program supports promising ideas that address unmet needs and accelerates their translation to viable solutions to improve health. Program funding aims to move projects to the next key milestone or inflection point so to attract resources, partnerships, and grant/private funding.

Program Information: https://dellmed.utexas.edu/coventures/collaborative-opportunities/texas-health-colab/texas-health-catalyst

Application and Eligibility Details: https://dellmed.utexas.edu/coventures/collaborative-opportunities/texas-health-colab/texas-health-catalyst/application-details

FAQS: https://dellmed.utexas.edu/coventures/collaborative-opportunities/texas-health-colab/texas-health-catalyst/faqs

Application portal: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/1b3df17fa1ce4fedadf526aa5ed9f491.