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Science in the Service of Humanity: Princeton Joins Rutgers, NJIT to Advance Health-Related Innovations
Feb. 27, 2020
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Written by Catherine Zandonella
A collaboration between Princeton and two New Jersey universities aims to catalyze the translation of research discoveries into patient and community solutions. 

NJ ACTS in the News

Using Artificial Intelligence and Innovative Design to Save Patient’s Lives During the COVID19 Pandemic
June 14, 2022

Learn how two groups of Princeton researchers, including NJ ACTS TL1 fellow Tom Zajdel and his mentor Daniel Cohen, developed The People’s Ventilator: a fully open, low-cost, pressure-controlled ventilator research platform compatible with adult and pediatric uses. Read the story and the published paper

NJ ACTS Pilot Grants Program - Applications due June 17
April 8, 2022

The NJ ACTS 2022 Pilot Grants Program is supported by a grant from the National Institutes of Health/National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, as well as funds from the New Jersey Health Foundation.

There are 5 categories for potential pilot projects with awards up to $100,000 available.

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NJ ACTS Pilot Grants Program - Now Accepting Letters of Intent due May 6
April 8, 2022

The NJ ACTS 2022 Pilot Grants Program is supported by a grant from the National Institutes of Health/National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, as well as funds from the New Jersey Health Foundation.

There are 5 categories for potential pilot projects with awards up to $100,000 available. Please see the Pilot Program Grants page for more details and to review the Request for Applications. Required Letters of Intent are due May 6 and applications are due June 17.