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Next-generation Innovations for Consumer Health and Empowerment (NICHE)

Johns Hopkins Medicine Matters Blog (February 8, 2019) blogs that “GSK Consumer Healthcare will invest $700,000 this year to seek applications from JHU faculty (including APL) based on novel science, technologies that will lead to improve consumer health outcomes and that align with GSK’s consumer strategic needs”

JHU Grand Challenge: Next-generation Innovations for Consumer Health and Empowerment (NICHE)

Objective

Johns Hopkins Medicine Matters Blog (February 8, 2019) “To search out new science, technologies, materials or processes that will lead to improved consumer health outcomes. The focus of this funding will be to support pilot projects that provide proof of concept of the feasibility of developing safe and effective non-prescription technologies. Optimization at the benchtop or preclinical stage and providing a roadmap for ultimate use in humans.”

Eligibility Criteria

Johns Hopkins Medicine Matters Blog (February 8, 2019) “A stated goal of this funding opportunity is to foster collaborations between DOM faculty, APL scientists and student/trainee teams. The principal investigator will be a faculty member in the Department of Medicine, although representation by all three components required for eligibility. InCMed can help facilitate the formation of the investigative groups, and eligible investigators are encouraged to contact us before submission.”

For more information:  Deadline April 7, 2019

https://medicine-matters.blogs.hopkinsmedicine.org/2019/02/jhu-grand-challenge-next-generation-innovations-for-consumer-health-and-empowerment-niche/

https://www.gsk.com/

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