UCSF Resource Allocation Program (RAP)

The Resource Allocation Program (RAP) is a campus-wide umbrella organization that allows researchers to apply for intramural funding opportunities at UCSF. RAP brings together multiple intramural funding sources and mechanisms under one program. Under RAP, awarded applications are funded by each of the funding agencies separately.

11 Archived Projects

Title Investigator Start End
Documenting DREAMers: Challenges in Health Access among Undocumented Asian and Pacific Islanders in Northern California Sudhinaraset
Reactivation of latent HIV using recombinant galectin-9 Abdel Mohsen
Evaluating Shock Index Trajectories for Improving Management of Obstetric Hemorrhage El Ayadi
Preventing Extremely Short Interpregnancy Intervals and Preterm Birth Through Post-Delivery Provision of Highly Effective Contraception De Bocanegra
Investigating a Masculinities-based Approach to Increase Male Acceptance of Family Planning in Kenya Newmann
Periviable GOALS: Formative Research to Create a Decision Support Tool for Periviable Decision-Making Kuppermann
Identification of the SNPs and their Interaction with environmental factors in Esophageal Cancer in Tanzania Zhang
Vertical Transmission of Zika Virus: Histopathological Investigations at the Maternal- Fetal Interface Valderramos
Impact of a novel multicomponent nutrition intervention on cardiovascular disease risk factors among food-insecure adults with HIV in the Dominican Republic Palar
Estimating the Effect of Indoor Residual Spraying on Maternal Morality, Low-Birthweight and Perinatal Mortality Among HIV-Infected Pregnant Women Living in the HAART Era Sturrock
Commitment Contracts and School Competition for Smoking Prevention in Indonesia White