The University of Iowa Prevention Research Center for Rural Health (PRC-RH) is accepting research proposals for pilot project funding. Applications will be accepted through Feb. 13.
Any faculty member, research scientist, doctoral candidate, or post-doctoral trainee at the UI, the University of Northern Iowa, or Iowa State University with an interest in conducting research on health promotion in rural settings is encouraged to apply.
Projects will begin in March and run for 12 months. The maximum amount of funding is $20,000 per project.
The mission of the PRC-RH is to improve community health by enhancing community capacity for health promotion in rural Iowa and the rural Midwest. The center accomplishes this by establishing community partnerships and conducting research on community health.
For more specific information on the grants or the submission procedure, visit cph.uiowa.edu/prc.