1. Data Management
  • The plan for data collection is clearly described;
  • Quality control procedures for data collection are in place; and
  • Statistical analysis is well described
  1. Relevance/Significance
  • The study addresses an important health problem; and
  • The study contributes to the advancement of scientific knowledge
  1. Proponent/institution’s capacity
  • The investigators are qualified and appropriately trained to carry out the study;
  • The proposed study is appropriate to the experience level of the investigator; and
  • The implementing institution is capable of carrying out the proposed study

  How to apply?

              Applicants should submit the following documents to the Regional Health Research and Development Consortium (RHRDC):

  1. Duly accomplished prescribed research proposal form with college seal
  2. Endorsement letter from the institution signed by the head of the university college dean
  3. Soft copy of the proposal (word format)
  4. Hard copy of the proposal using A4 paper (3 copies)
  5. Certificate of plant authentication
  6. Appropriate clearances (e.g. Bureau of Animal Industry clearance for studies involving animal subjects; Biosafety Clearance for studies involving genetic engineering and pathogenic organisms; National Commission on Indigenous Peoples Clearance for studies involving Indigenous Peoples
  7. Curriculum vitae of the students and adviser using the prescribed form

Thesis Grant

  • Two (2)thesis proposals will be selected per region who will receive a grant amounting to a maximum of Fifty Thousand Pesos (P 50,000.00)
  • The thesis fund will be deposited to  the bank account of the thesis adviser and will be liquidated after the completion of the study
  • A memorandum of Agreement will be signed between the students, adviser, head of the institution and DOST-PCHRD

 The grant must be expanded based on the approved line-item budget