The UManage Center for Building the Science of Symptom Self-Management in the College of Nursing has announced its request for applications for pilot research grants for 2018-19.
The purpose of the UManage Center pilot research grant program is to provide funding for pilot research projects that address the self-management of sleep or fatigue using handheld or wearable sensors and other advanced technologies. Grant applications that focus on any area of science related to the self-management of sleep and fatigue to improve human health are invited.
Two pilot awards will be made for 2018-19, with at least one of these grants to be focused on sleep, sleep management, sleep hygiene, sleep apnea or other area of sleep science.
Letters of intent are due Aug. 1.