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Spectrum Child Health provides formal infrastructure, mentoring, and funding in preparing early and mid-career faculty for a career in clinical and translational research in child health.

Services are available to Stanford faculty and trainees participating in clinical and translational research in children. Resources and services include:

  • Research Coordinators
  • Research Nurses
  • Clinic Space
  • Mentoring
  • Protocol or Scientific Advising
  • Core Lab Services
Contact Information

Spectrum Child Health Administration
(650) 724-6891

http://spectrumchildhealth.stanford.edu/

Spectrum Child Health administers four Child Health Research Institute (CHRI) Trainee and Grant Support funding programs to facilitate and support the best child-health focused research at Stanford.

CHRI Trainee Support
Administered annually, this program supports MD, MD/PhD, and PhD research fellows. Sponsored by the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health through donor-driven endowments, each award is $35,000 up to full salary support. More »

CHRI Grant Support: Early Career, New Idea, and Bridge Funding
Administered semi-annually, this program supports clinical and translational research in child health. Sponsored by the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health, each award is up to $35,000. More »

CHRI Innovations in Patient Care
Administered annually, this program supports innovative research focused on improved patient quality-of-care at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital. Sponsored by the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health, each award is up to $25,000. More »

CHRI Heart Center Research Program
Administered semi-annually, this program supports research conducted by the members of the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Children’s Heart Center. Sponsored by the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, each award is up to $35,000. More »

Scientific Advisory
All applicants receive reviewer comments regardless of award. Prior to submission or resubmission, applicants to any CHRI funding program may request a meeting with a reviewer for scientific and protocol development advice. More »

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