About Pilot Project Program

MMHI

The Pilot Project Program consists of two components, the Pilot Project Awards and the Seed Project Awards. The Pilot Project Awards (not to exceed $125,000 each year for two years) are intended to support large scale projects that will lead to a major product within the two-year funding period. In contrast, the Seed Project Awards ($40,000 over one year) are intended to catalyze small scale projects with the potential to significantly impact the mission of the HU-TCC: MMHI and the NIMHD. The primary objective of the Pilot Project Program is to support and nurture the professional development of HBCU-based NIH-defined New Investigators to be able to effectively compete for further NIH or other extramural funding.

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National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD)

Funding for the Minority Men's Health Initiative is supported by the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) of the NIH,
award number U54MD008621-01.

Partner Institutions

Howard University National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education North Carolina A&T State University Clark Atlanta University