An Open Proposal Opportunity
In the Spring of 2012, CTSI invited the UCSF community and CTSI Affiliate organizations to submit ideas for improving the conduct of translational research.
Seeking to enable new models of collaboration in proposal creation and team development, CTSI used a novel "Open Proposal" format for this award, which allowed others at UCSF to review proposals and make comments, and gave applicants the opportunity to find potential partners and make improvements to original proposals.
Proposals Awarded Funding
|Author||Proposal Title||Number of Comments||Number of Revisions|
|Rafael Gonzales||Action Research Program||10||0|
|Anthony Kim||Extending Direct-to-Participant Recruitment on the Internet with Effective Online Self-Screening Eligibility Surveys||10||0|
|Amy Gelfand||“Expedited” Expedited CHR submission and approval for Chart Review Research (Category 5)||6||0|
|Ruben Rathnasingham||Video Series to Support Translational Research and Development||7||0|
|Dennis Hsieh||Translating Research into Law and Policy||52||0|
|Jennifer Creasman||Data Management for Research Community||17||0|
|fabrice beretta||Improving CRS performance through application of Lean/6 sigma||10||0|
|Leslie Yuan||Research Networking Software App/Gadget Development Competition||7||0|