What is Oklahoma Health Research?
OCAST’s Oklahoma Health Research program funds basic research projects related to human health for one to three years at a maximum level of $45,000 per year. The awards enable researchers to gain the expertise and produce the data needed to obtain larger grants from federal agencies, private enterprises and non-profit funding organizations. All proposals are reviewed and ranked for funding by experienced health researchers who reside outside the state of Oklahoma. Peer reviewers evaluate applications for scientific merit based on the quality of the proposed research, qualifications of the principal investigator and appropriateness of the institutional facilities and use of the described project budget.
Why Oklahoma Health Research?
- Awards up to $45,000 per year for up to three years
- No matching funds are required for these program awards
- Supports basic health research projects to help advance the science
- Help researchers gain the expertise and gather research data to support proposals for additional research funding
- Encourage collaborative efforts to support later stage applied health research projects
Who is eligible to apply?
- Oklahoma public or private colleges or universities
- Non-profit research institutions
- Private enterprises with the principal place of business in Oklahoma
How to apply?
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