Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP) advance medical and scientific research by funding high impact and high-risk projects that other agencies may not fund.
This is a great opportunity for research scientists at the University.
CDMRP currently manages 29 research programs with each research program having its own specific vision and mission statement. In addition to that, CDMRP executes several other more military focused research programs. Defense Medical Research Program (DMRDP), as well as, the Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program (PRMRP), established in year 1999.
CDMRP emphasizes – and the MHI understands – that its funded applications need to be relevant to the health of service members, veterans, and their families.
The MHI team is available to ease the application process.
In particular, the programmatic review, which is unique to the CDMRP process.
To learn more, and to view a list of major funding opportunities we anticipate in the upcoming year, including research opportunities in artificial intelligence and infectious diseases, please click here.
For strategies to increase the success of applications submitted to different CDMRP programs, watch the webinars below.