IIPHRP Collaboratory

Check back in Fall 2021 when the new application will be released!

A collaboratory is a creative group process designed to solve complex problems that brings the opportunity for new organizational networks to form.  A collaboratory methodology expands the scope, scale, and impact of public health research. A successful collaboratory leads to a sustainable research initiative such as a large research, service or center grant proposal that bolsters and builds upon areas of research closely linked to the CPH’s three areas of excellence: rural health, comparative effectiveness research, and community engagement.

Participation in the CPH Collaboratory occurs through a competitive application process.  The process includes completion of a Letter of Intent and completion of an application.   University of Iowa faculty with a primary appointment in Public Health are encouraged to apply for this unique funding opportunity.

This award is intended for newly established or establishing collaborative teams that desire to critically explore a current public health challenge.   The team lead must have a primary faculty appointment in the UI College of Public Health.  All faculty with a primary appointment in the CPH are invited to apply.  Junior faculty are highly encouraged to apply. Primary consideration is given to applicants with public health ideas that are aspirational, innovative, multidisciplinary, and will likely lead to a first RO1 for junior faculty or to a center grant,  multi-site RO1, training grant, or other external large grant funding for more senior faculty. Anticipated funding sources can be federal, foundation, or private.

Application Forms

Learn how to apply for the collaboratory.

See the Forms

Rural Cancer

Learn more about our Rural Cancer Collaboratory.

Rural Cancer

Perinatal Health

Learn more about the Neonatal and Pediatric Biorepository.

IPHRC

Neonicotinoids

Learn more about exposure to neonicotinoid pesticides.

NEONIC

Substance Abuse

Learn more about Iowa Substance Abuse Use Data Set (I-SUDS).

I-SUDS