Child Health Collaborative Grant
Improve health outcomes for Minnesota children and adolescents with support from the Child Health Collaborative Grant.
Funding has been awarded annually since 2014 as part of a broader effort to support child health research partnerships among community and University of Minnesota researchers. CTSI, Children’s Minnesota, and the University of Minnesota’s Department of Pediatrics teamed up to create the program.
Who can apply
Research teams funded through this program must:
- Involve at least two co-principal investigators: One from Children’s Minnesota and one from the University of Minnesota.
- Demonstrate active engagement with the UMN’s Department of Pediatrics.
Apply for funding
Applications are now closed. Contact email@example.com or 612-625-2874 with questions.
In 2020, funding for the Child Health Collaborative Grant was redirected towards COVID-19 child health research activities.
Marla Eisenberg, ScD, Medical School, and Gretchen Cutler, PhD, MPH, Children's Minnesota
Working Together, From a Distance: A qualitative exploration into how to best tailor our public health response to support families during the COVID-19 pandemic
Caroline George, MD, Medical School, and Allison Lind, NP, Children's Minnesota
Impact of COVID-19 on Child Abuse and Neglect in the Twin Cities
Alex Boucher, MD, Medical School, and Kelly Bergmann, Children's Minnesota
Pilot screening for urinary biomarkers of vasoreactive endothelial dysfunction in pediatric patients with suspected COVID19 infection
Andrew Barnes, MD, MPH, Medical School, and Michael Troy, PhD, LP, Children’s Minnesota
Stress physiology and mental health: Implications for family functioning and child development during the COVID-19 pandemic
Alicen Spaulding, PhD, Medical School, and Laura E. Norton, Children’s Minnesota
Epidemiology of Pediatric COVID-19 Infections in the United States
Caitlin Caspi, ScD, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, and Gretchen Cutler, PhD, MPH, Program Director of Emergency Department Research, Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota
Project title: Evaluating an EMR-based Process to Identify and Reduce Food Insecurity Among Pediatric Emergency Department Patients and Improve Community Resource Utilization