Current and On-going Solicitations
The Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH) offers multiple funding mechanisms with variable solicitation methods, funding amounts, durations, and review cycles. View our current solicitations below.
The Catalyst Grants Program
TRISH is currently accepting Catalyst proposals. TRISH encourages reviewing the Institute's priorities for the Catalyst Program.
Catalyst proposals are unsolicited applications that may be submitted at any time. The Catalyst Grant Program offers a streamlined method for carrying out proof-of-concept projects, directed technology development(s) for space health that address a critical need(s), maturation of promising concepts with strong preliminary findings, and innovative projects that present opportunities outside of regularly scheduled solicitation cycles.
TRISH Postdoctoral Fellowship
TRISH’s postdoctoral fellowship program supports early career scientists pursuing research with the potential to reduce the health risks associated with spaceflight and improve performance. Selected fellows will receive a two-year salary stipend and participate in TRISH’s Academy of Bioastronautics.
TRISH 2023 Postdoctoral Fellowship selections are estimated to be made in July 2023. Please visit NSPIRES for more information.
TRISH will not release a BRASH solicitation in fiscal year 2023. Please subscribe to our newsletter for future funding opportunities or webinars.
As a federally funded institute, TRISH supports research projects led by investigators currently at U.S.-based institutions. However, to foster an environment for collaboration, TRISH encourages international investigators and organizations to connect by adding themselves to our Researchers Open to Collaboration.xlsx. There, you can find potential collaborators as well as add your name, institution and contact information for other potential collaborations with the wider space biomedical community.
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