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The Pilot Project Program (PPP) nurtures the growth of promising young faculty within the UPR-MSC by soliciting, reviewing, and awarding innovative proposals which will lead to competitive independent funding. The PPP is directed by Dr. Gregory J. Quirk, a senior neuroscientist at URP-RCM who currently serves as chair of a standing study section at the NIH-Center for Scientific Review.

The overall goals of the PPP are

  1. to fund innovative research using targeted technologies focusing on health disparities and/or global health;
  2. to mentor early career investigators as they transition to independent funding,
  3. to involve RCMI faculty and outside collaborators/mentors in order to strengthen collaborative networks.

 

 

Key Activity Director:

Gregory J. Quirk, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Psychiatry
Key Activity Director
UPR Medical Sciences Campus
E-mail: gregoryjquirk@gmail.com

 

 

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Emma Fernández-Repollet,Ph.D.
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Room 621-A, 6th floor
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