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TRISH: Funding human health research for space.
Partnering with NASA through a cooperative agreement, the Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH) funds transformative human health technologies to predict, protect, and preserve astronaut physical and mental wellness during deep space exploration missions. We fund high-risk, high-reward, human health and performance solutions that can be adapted for use in space. Focused on early stage (proof of concept) and late stage (market-ready) research, TRISH stands apart from other funding organizations due to our high-risk tolerance, our flexible grant mechanisms, and our ability to connect researchers with NASA scientists and space analogs.

About TRISH:
Led by Baylor College of Medicine's Center for Space Medicine, TRISH is a consortium with the California Institute for Technology and the Massachusetts Institute for Technology. A virtual institute, TRISH maintains a small physical footprint in Houston’s Texas Medical Center. Leveraging partnerships with Caltech and MIT – each located in established hotbeds of health technology – TRISH connects the dots for game-changing space health countermeasures and technologies.

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New BRASH Awards Announced

TRISH has recently selected to fund 15 game-changing projects through the Biomedical Research Advances for Space Health (BRASH) 1801 solicitation. View the web release below!

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Sex and Gender in Medicine Lecture

Alyson McGregor, M.D., will present on "How the Evolution of Sex and Gender Based Research Impacts the Practice of Medicine" on Wednesday, Dec. 5 at 11 a.m. in the Cullen Auditorium, Main Baylor or see the livestream link below!

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2019 Postdoctoral Fellowship Call Open!

TRISH has released a solicitation for postdoctoral fellows. This two-year fellowship offers salary stipend support to young scientists performing research to improve astronaut health and performance on long-duration spaceflight missions.

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FIP, Synergy Grants Available

Focused Investigation Project (FIP) grants and Synergy grants are unsolicited proposals that may be submitted at any time.