RCHE provides research funding to a select number of research projects each year. Funded projects must fall within the center's research focus areas, and reflect the center mission to transform healthcare delivery. Funding proposals are reviewed periodically. Selection depends on a variety of factors including available funds, demonstration of future funding potential, and proximity to center research focus.
Purdue faculty are invited to submit proposals using the templates below. For questions or to discuss a project, please call the center at (765) 494-1531 to request a meeting.
Proposal submission and templates
All proposals must use RCHE's RFP Proposal Template. The V-A-L-I-D project criteria described below form the basis of the RFP evaluation. Please use the appropriate proposal template:
- Proposal template for those applying from within Purdue
- Proposal template for those applying from outside of Purdue
Requirements and expectations
PIs receiving funding from RCHE must:
- Meet with the center Strategic Collaborations Director to launch the project;
- Submit brief monthly status updates to the center;
- Recognize RCHE and the Regenstrief Foundation on any grant applications, publications, proposals, or presentations stemming from the funded work (e.g. "This research was supported by the Regenstrief Foundation through the Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering at Purdue).
Upon project completion, researchers receiving RCHE funding are expected to apply for external funding to continue the project, assuming results support continuation of the research.
Every proposal submitted to the Regenstrief Center is reviewed based upon the following VALID criteria.
Visibility: How will this project achieve visibility within the partnering organization(s), across RCHE community of faculty and students, and for RCHE and the partnering organization(s)?
Activity with Healthcare Organizations: What healthcare organizations will be involved in this project? How will the organization(s) benefit from their involvement?
Leverage: How can the success of this project be leveraged beyond its current scope?
Impact: How will the impact of the project be measured?
Discipline: What discipline/s from engineering, management, science, and/or healthcare will provide the intellectual basis and/or tools for the project?
Applying academic research to transform healthcare delivery.
Affiliates and Programs
- Cancer Care Engineering
- Center for Health Outcomes Research and Policy (CHORP)
- Center on Poverty and Health Inequities (COPHI)
- Center for Medication Safety Advancement
- Health Informatics and Learning Technologies (HILT)
- Purdue Healthcare Advisors