PCORI Funding Awards

Most of our primary research funding is awarded through PCORI Funding Announcements (PFAs), broad calls for projects aligned with our five National Priorities for Research and Research Agenda.  We also issue “targeted” announcements on specific high-priority topics, special one-time funding opportunities, and earlier funded a series of Pilot Projects to study methods for engaging stakeholders in research. In addition, we have launched a series of Engagement Awards, including our first Pipeline to Proposal awards; these are not research awards but are designed to better integrate patients and other stakeholders into the research process.

All proposed projects, including requested budgets and project periods, are approved subject to a programmatic and budget review by PCORI staff and negotiation of a formal award contract.
VIEW FUNDING AWARDS: Use the map below to explore our awards; scroll down or use the filter options below for awards listings (e.g. Filter by Funding Announcement). Zoom in on the map greater geographic detail or use the drop-down menus to filter our database. Note: some dots may overlap because of multiple awards to certain institutions or in the same general location.
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Year Awardedsort ascendingProject TitleOrganizationState
2013Making Stomach Cancer a Health Priority among Asian AmericansCornerstone Medical ServicesWashington
2013Puget Sound Asthma Coalition: A Community, Clinical, and Academic Partnership Puget Sound Asthma CoalitionWashington
2013Improving the Lives of Alzheimer's Patients and Their Caregivers: A Patient-Centered Statewide ApproachBillings Clinic Center for Clinical Translational ResearchMontana
2013Engaging Communities in the Fight against Preterm BirthDenver HealthColorado
2013Creating the Patient-Centered Primary Care Council in the Highland Hospital Adult Medicine Clinic: Strengthening Primary Care Together Patient-Centered Primary Care (PCPC) Team, K-6 Adult Medicine Clinic, Highland HospitalCalifornia
2013Developing Infrastructure for Patient-Centered Melanoma ResearchSolSurvivors UtahOregon
2013Empowering Patients and Their Families to Improve Outcomes That Are Most Important to Them after Lung Cancer SurgeryUC Davis Medical Center, Section of General Thoracic SurgeryCalifornia
2013Culturally Appropriate Options for Diabetes Prevention and Care for Low-Income LatinosEast Central Ministries/One Hope Centro de Vida Health CenterNew Mexico
2013Usefulness of Prediabetes Management in Breast Cancer CareNew Mexico
2013Building a Community of Safe Sleep for Infants MultiCare Health SystemWashington
2013Lowering Barriers to Access HIV Care in a Geographically and Economically Diverse AreaFoothill AIDS ProjectCalifornia
2013Healthy Outcomes for Older Foster YouthLoma Linda University Center for Comparative Effectiveness and Outcomes ResearchCalifornia
2013Establishing a Patient-Centered Research Community for Cystic FibrosisCysticLifeArizona
2013Sepsis Survivors Engagement Project (SSEP)Loma Linda University Center for Comparative Effectiveness and Outcomes ResearchCalifornia
2013Mobilizing Community Engagement for Health in a Southern New Mexico Border Region Colonia New Mexico State UniversityNew Mexico
2013The Hispanic Family Asthma Outcomes Research NetworkNuestra Salud, LLCNew Mexico
2013Patient-Centered Transitions for Episodes of Surgical CareUniversity of Utah School of MedicineUtah
2013Increasing Patient Engagement and Capacity Building between Community Stakeholders and Patients to Improve Diabetes Education and Management among School-Aged ChildrenSeattle Children's HospitalWashington
2013YOU COMPLETE ME! Demonstrating the Efficacy of an Innovative Medical Appointment Model to Support Aging PatientsPalo Alto Medical FoundationCalifornia
2013Addressing Obesity in Latino Adolescents with Spina BifidaSpina Bifida San DiegoCalifornia