Columbia University faculty, post-docs, and graduate students are eligible for the awards.
Involvement of faculty from more than one discipline is encouraged. Non-Columbia faculty can participate in a project so long as a Columbia faculty member or post-doc is the principal investigator. Graduate student applicants may propose a faculty supervisor or will be matched with an appropriate faculty member if needed.
The promise and/or limitations of precision public health, including the relevance of personalized medicine techniques to the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact of genetics on understanding the effect of the pandemic on patient populations
The ethical, legal, and social implications of psychiatric, neurologic or behavioral genetics
The application of machine learning and artificial intelligence to healthcare.