Opportunities & Resources

The Penn Injury Science Center helps connect you to funding opportunities, career opportunities, and advanced research support for trainees and early-stage investigators.

If you are a policymaker, practitioner, community leader, or general visitor, you can find more relevant opportunities and resources on our Outreach page.


Funding Opportunities

The Penn Injury Science Center helps you keep up with the latest funding opportunities for preventing injury and violence. You can find external funding opportunities here as well as PISC pilot grants for early-stage investigators and trainees.

Career Opportunities

The Penn Injury Science Center is a collaborative environment that values diverse perspectives and lived experience. Explore the current opportunities at our Center and at organizations and institutions that we partner with.


Statistical Consultation

With our commitment to develop future generations of injury scientists across disciplines, PISC is now providing statistics support to early stage scholars for projects that are focused on the core mission of PISC and for which extramural resources are not currently available. PISC senior scholars who are early-stage faculty who do not currently have research or discretionary account funding to secure statistical consultation. Read more about what is and what is not covered, and how to apply for funding by clicking the link below.

ArcGIS Mapping

A compiled list of resources by Penn Libraries:

  • Consultation: GIS/Mapping consultations
  • Training and workshops: regularly scheduled, on-demand, or tailored to a specific project need
  • Services: value-added services such as geospatial data processing, analysis, and large-scale address geocoding
  • Outreach: outreach activities through invited class presentations

Consultation and Mentoring from the Center for Injury Research and Policy (CIRP) at Nationwide Children’s Hospital

The CIRP at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, OH offers free consultation and mentoring service for injury professionals and trainees to connect with CIRP faculty and senior staff. The service, called “Let’s Connect,” includes a variety of topics such as child injury prevention, health communication, home safety, sports injuries, trauma, and teen driving.