The Delaware Rehabilitation Institute receives funding from the National Institutes of Health via a COBRE grant to support the infrastructure of core facilities provided to researchers doing work in the physical rehabilitation area.
These Core facilities include a Clinical Research Core, Patient-Specific Modeling Core and Cytomechanics Core. The goal of these cores is to advance science through rehabilitative medicine via multidisciplinary research.
Active funding opportunities
DRI Summer Internship
Coming soon, DRI will be sponsoring three summer internships. Eligible candidates will be undergraduates with interest in physical rehabilitation. Interested students can contact DRI at DRI-Info@udel.edu.
Major grants announcements
Clinical and Translational Research (CTR)
The National Institutes of Health has awarded the University of Delaware and three other partners a $20 million grant to support productive partnerships between basic and clinical scientists. The other partners include Christiana Care Health System, Nemours/A.I. duPont Hospital for Children, and the Medical University of South Carolina.
This new ACCEL program is led by University of Delaware’s associate vice provost for clinical research, Dr. Stuart Binder-Macleod. Read more about this new program.
COBRE III - Year 12
DRI is finishing up year 12 of its 15-year NIH COBRE award. Supported by the National Institutes of Health, the COBRE grants are aimed at expanding and developing institutional biomedical research capacity by enhancing research infrastructure. Learn more about the award.
Interested in supporting research at DRI? Please contact us.