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TWO 2020 FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
Mountain West CTR-IN (National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health)
Pilot Grant Funding Opportunity
The purpose of this funding opportunity is to provide promising early career and / or other mid- level to senior investigators with support to capture the key preliminary data that will support and inform a competitive “R-level” grant application to NIH or other extramural funding sources. Projects must involve human subjects; we do not support pre-clinical research.
Limit: UNLV is limited to FOUR applicants.
Deadlines: OSP Required Notice of Intent Due: 12/31/2019 12:00pm
An NIH formatted Biographical Sketch for the proposed PI.
An NIH formatted Other Support document for the proposed PI.
A Summary of the proposed research of not more than ONE page with sufficient detail to establish that the research is clinical or translational.
A letter of support signed by an appropriate institutional official (Chair or Dean) committing to provide support for half of the requested PI effort if the CTR-IN Pilot Grant is awarded.
If an invitation to submit a full application is received, the deadline for the full application is: 04/08/2020.
Multi-Site Pilot Project (MSPP) Funding Opportunity
The purpose of this funding opportunity is to provide support for multi-site clinical and translational (CTR) research with the expectation that the project will yield key preliminary data and capacity building to facilitate a large-scale multi-site extramural grant application or other extramural grant funding opportunities. Must include CTR-IN partner institutions in at least three and preferably five to seven of our MW states.
Limit: UNLV is limited to ONE application as lead institution.
Deadlines: OSP Required Notice of Intent Due:12/31/2019 12:00pm
PI Eligibility: The PI must 1) have a faculty-level appointment with a minimum of 0.5 FTE support at a participating CTR-IN Institution, and 2) must be eligible to submit extramural grant applications from their institution as a PI. The PI must devote at least 20% effort (2.4 person months) - up to 50% of this effort may be proposed in the Pilot Grant project budget.
PI Eligibility: The PI must be eligible to submit extramural grant applications from their institution as a PI. Prior CTR-IN awardees are eligible to apply, but they must be in good standing (i.e., submission of requested progress reports and updates).