About the Program in Personalized Health
The University of Utah Program in Personalized Health Care leads research, clinical and educational initiatives that support the tailoring of medical treatment to the individual characteristics and preferences of each patient. Our goals include:
- Promote the highest quality individualized health care at the lowest appropriate cost.
- Serve as the University's coordinating and information center for personalized health care-related initiatives as well as a point of contact for external parties.
- Facilitate and support the development of clinical and research tools and practices that benefit Utah citizens and that can be used elsewhere.
- Educate clinicians and researchers in personalized health care-related practices.
- Foster collaborative partnerships with Intermountain Healthcare and other personalized health care-related organizations in Utah and nationwide.
CCTS/PPH Launches Interdisciplinary Seed Grant Initiative
Call For Proposals with Personalized Health, Translational Research Focus
Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) (http://medicine.utah.edu/ccts/) and the Program in Personalized Health announce a request for proposals for pilot projects describing innovative approaches to personalized health and/or translational research. The goal of this funding announcement is to encourage interdisciplinary, collaborative study designs that engage multiple departments and/or colleges within the University and its affiliated institutions including the Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Intermountain Healthcare, and the Utah Department of Health.
Grant proposals are due May 29th, 2015 at 5:00 pm. Please see the University of Utah's CompetitionSpace website https://utah.infoready4.com/ for proposal submission and additional information. Questions about this funding opportunity can be directed to Emily Coonrod, Manager, Program in Personalized Health at email@example.com or 801-585-2268.