The Integrating Special Populations Program of the Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity and the Clinical and Translational Science Institute has funding available, through its Voucher Program, to provide support for transportation, study advertisement and other appropriate services to minimize special population's (seniors, pediatrics and underrepresented minorities) participation gaps. Available funds must be used within 6 weeks. If your study is interested, contact Keren Ferris at firstname.lastname@example.org right away. Funds must be used by March 31st.
Starting on April 1st, the Integrating Special Populations Voucher Program will be accepting new applications to support research working with special populations. The Voucher Program provides support through funds for transportation, study advertisement and other appropriate services to minimize participation gaps. These resources may help studies increase the participation and retention of special population participants. Eligible studies aim at increasing special population participation (seniors, pediatrics and underrepresented minorities) and have a financial need. On the webpage, click "Integrating Special Populations Services" to learn more about the process.
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