Expedited Proposal-Enhancement Grants
Expedited Proposal-Enhancement Grants (EP-EG) support Center Investigators of the St. David’s CHPR as they move into the final phase of preliminary work essential to a specific funding application. It is expected that funding will support primary tasks that may include refining the intervention and obtaining information to support research design decisions.
Candidates for EP-EG grants are Center Investigators (full-time University of Texas at Austin tenured or tenure-track faculty members) who:
- expect to complete the pilot in question within 6 months of submitting an EP-EG request;
- expect to submit a proposal for a major study (e.g., R01, R15, substantial funding from foundation) within 12 months of submitting the request; and
- work in a substantive area compatible with St. David’s CHPR’s mission.
Applications may be submitted at any time and should include:
- a three-page description of the planned project, including how activities funded by EP-EG will support the specific funding application, timeline for completing the project, and details on when and where the application for funding for the major study will be submitted;
EP-EG application form in PDF Format | EP-EG application form in Word Format
- two-page biographical sketch of the principal investigator;
- detailed budget and justification.
Expedited Proposal-Enhancement Grants received by faculty members
- Rew, Lynn: The Influence of Urinary Phthalates on Pubertal Development of Mexican Americans: A Feasibility Study
- Brown, Carolyn: Prostate Cancer Prevention and Early Detection Decisions among Black Males Less than 40 Years
- Walker, Lorraine: The Research Title is Psychological and Behavior Health and Communication Technology Preferences of New Mothers
- Rew, Lynn: Feasibility of Recruiting and Using SPORTc Intervention with Middle and High School Students and Their Parents
- Becker, Heather: A Proposal to Explore Cancer Survivors’ Perceptions of a Proposed Cognitive Intervention
- Brown, Sharon: Adopting a Culturally-tailored DSME Intervention for Occupational Health: Phase I, Focus Groups
- Harrison, Tracie: Health Disparities in Women with Disabilities
- Horner, Sharon: Asthma in Central Texas (ACT): Living Healthy with Asthma
- Kintner, Eileen: Comparison of Asthma Programs II: Spanish version of Staying Healthy-Asthma Responsible & Prepared program
- Rew, Lynn: Planning a Sexual Health and Substance Use Intervention
- Stuifbergen, Alexa: PWW-MS: An intervention to promote wellness, relaxation and energy for women with MS