What is the RADx-UP Community Collaboration Mini-Grant (C2G)?
The C2G initiative is designed to be a small manageable project that will focus on the use of emerging testing technologies in identified COVID-19 vulnerable and underserved populations. Researchers seeking funds to help advance capacity, training, support, and community experience with COVID-19 testing initiatives can apply for up to $50,000 in funding and if awarded, will have one year to complete the project NIH-funded RADx-UP Community Collaboration Mini-Grant project.
Who should apply?
Researchers from “non-governmental” community serving organizations, faith-based organizations, community-based clinics, and tribal nations and organizations are all encouraged to apply.
How can you use $50,000 for COVID-19 testing?
Mini-grant funds may be budgeted to:
- support personnel
- use of services, including, where applicable, salary support for personnel
- travel necessary for community engagement
- testing supplies and lab costs, or
- other purposes deemed necessary for the successful execution of the proposed project.
RADx-UP is a consortium of over 100 projects around the nation that have support from that network as well as the RADx-UP CDCC (watch videos about what we do). From expert guidance to recruitment resources, the CDCC works to ensure that projects we fund are successful and integrated into the network of research to solve health disparities now and for future pandemics.
For more details and application instructions, https://radx-up.org/apply-for-grant/
The deadline for applications is May 13, 2022
Questions? Email: RADx-UPMiniGrant-PilotProgramAdmin@dm.duke.edu