Pilot grants available from Center for Genetic Research Ethics and Law

The Center for Genetic Research Ethics and Law (CGREAL) is accepting applications for pilot projects from Case Western Reserve University faculty and Cleveland Clinic researchers who are interested in developing research on ethical, legal and social issues in the design and conduct of human genetic research, or the translation of research results into clinical medicine, public health and health policy needs related to genetics.

These grants are designed to support exploratory efforts toward the development of larger scholarly projects or lines of research related to CGREAL’s mission to facilitate interdisciplinary inquiry into the ethical, legal and social implications of new advances in genetic and genomic science.

Applications are encouraged from faculty at any rank or level.

Interested faculty should contact Aaron Goldenberg at aaron.goldenberg@case.edu or 216.368.8729.

For further information on the Center for Genetic Research Ethics and Law, visit case.edu/med/bioethics/cgreal.