The Great Plains IDeA-CTR Network (GP IDeA-CTR) is a collaboration of 8 institutions including: Boys Town National Research Hospital, North Dakota State University, University of Nebraska Kearney, University of Nebraska Lincoln, University of Nebraska Medical Center, University of Nebraska Omaha, University of North Dakota, and University of South Dakota.
Proposed projects must be clinical and/or translational research. Projects will be completed using large datasets. Examples of GP IDeA-CTR supported data sets include:
- de-identified electronic health record data
- the PCORnet Common Data Model
- available specimen
- genomic biomarker repositories and more.
Human subject recruitment, or the use of data sets with protected health information, are not anticipated to be included within these studies.
Funding available through this program totals $35,000. Awards will support projects that can be completed within one year.
Deadline for applications is 5:00 P.M. on Jan. 31, 2018.
For more information, view flyer.
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