At The Queen's Medical Center, we are committed to preserving, protecting, and perpetuating the health of all the people of Hawaii while also recognizing the special health needs of Native Hawaiians.
We will accomplish this mission through education, research, and the provision of quality health care. Our service is extended in the spirit of aloha as guided by the vision and ideals of our founders Queen Emma and King Kamehameha IV.
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Queen’s Research Seed Grant – 2015 Request for Proposals
The Queen’s Medical Center (QMC) Research Seed Grant Program (RSGP) announces the annual Request For Proposals (RFP) to support basic, translational and clinical research conducted at QMC. The RSGP encourages studies designed to generate results to support proposals for larger scale and extramurally-funded follow-up studies. The overall goal of the program is to provide seed funds for high-quality multi-disciplinary research that will support the continuance of patient care excellence as stated in The Queen's Medical Center Vision: "To be the preeminent health care system of the Pacific, providing superior patient care that is continually advanced through education and research."
For more information please download the RFP Application.
QMC Research Credit Program
ORD launches Queen's Research Credit Program in support of multi-disciplinary and translational research efforts at The Queen’s Medical Center (QMC). The program is built on the concept of obtaining research credits at ORD-designated research seminars and conferences held on Queen’s campus in order to foster multi-disciplinary research collaborations and gain eligibility for an annual competitive research seed grant application. Only QMC medical staff and full-time employees are eligible to receive research credits (RC). For more information please follow this link.
2016 Summer Research Internship Program
This program is offered by the Queen's Medical Center, Office of Research & Development (ORD), in collaboration with the University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine, Department of Native Hawaiian Health (DNHH).
Over the course of the eight-week program (June 13 to August 5, 2016), five students will have the opportunity to intern in a clinical research project. For more information, please see the poster. The application deadline is February 26, 2016. For more information, visit the Summer Research Internship page.
Updated RIRC New Application Forms
For all new applications, please use our updated RIRC forms.
Certificate of human subjects training for all personnel listed on Form 1 submitting new applications to the RIRC is required.
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