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Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University Launches Grant Program

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What you need to know

Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University has launched a $100,000 research program to support physicians and researchers working to develop novel treatments for some challenging diseases and conditions including diabetes, depression and epilepsy.

The newly launched Research Pilot Project Funding Program is supported by the school’s Office of Research and Graduate Studies, Hackensack Meridian Health’s Office of Research, and the Hackensack University Medical Center Foundation.

Six projects

The six projects selected will be seeded with more than $100,000 in total to help the scientists generate preliminary investigative results to prepare applications for competitive federal and foundation awards.

Four of the six projects will receive $20,000, with one receiving $19,500 and the sixth receiving approximately $9,000 to carry out the scope of their work. All are overseen by principal investigators who are faculty members of the medical school, and who have made the case that preliminary data could support a competitive extramural grant application within a year of this funding.


The recipients are: