|NIH - Recovery Act Limited Competition: Supporting New Faculty Recruitment to Enhance Research Resources through Biomedical Research Core Centers (P30)|
|OSP Deadline||OSP will submit your letter of intent for you by 4/29. Should you be chosen as the applicant to submit a full proposal, please submit your proposal materials four business days before the deadline. OSP encourages you to submit your application one to two days earlier when submitting via Grants.gov due to system "slowness" issues.|
|Funding Agency Deadline||
Letter of intent: 4/29/09; Full proposal: 5/29/09
|Funding or Award Criteria||
This NIH Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA), supported by funds provided to the NIH under the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009 (“Recovery Act” or “ARRA”), Public Law 111-5, invites applications from U.S academic institutions/organizations to support the hiring of newly-recruited faculty to develop research projects within the context of Biomedical Core Centers. For this announcement, a Biomedical Core Center is defined as a community of multidisciplinary researchers focusing on areas of biomedical research relevant to NIH, such as centers, departments, programs, and/or trans-departmental collaborations or consortia. . These awards are designed to enhance innovative programs of excellence by providing scientific and programmatic support for promising research faculty and their areas of research. Specifically for the purposes of this announcement, Core Center Grants are institutional awards that provide funding to hire, provide appropriate start-up packages, and develop pilot research projects for newly independent investigators, with the goal of augmenting and expanding the institution’s community of multidisciplinary researchers focusing on areas of biomedical research relevant to NIH.
The complete solicitation can be found online for review.
Any individual with the skills, knowledge, and resources necessary to organize and direct the proposed Core Center is invited to work with his/her institution to develop an application for support. Individuals from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups as well as individuals with disabilities are always encouraged to apply for NIH support.
The Institution should designate a PD/PI who is a senior official with appropriate institutional authority to carry out the project, serve as director of the Core Center, and work with Core Center investigators to develop relevant research projects, such as an Associate Dean/Director for Research, or a faculty member at the Full Professor level (or equivalent) (e.g., Department Chair/Division Chief).
|Number of Nominees Allowed||Various per NIH participating IC – see attached table (Word). UT may submit to more than one IC.|
|Required Internal Review Documents||
Please note there is a quick turnaround for this call.
Please submit the following materials electronically to email@example.com no later than 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 15:
** The Associate Deans for Research should rank the applications accordingly and submit all applications forward.
|Nominee(s) Selected to Advance|| Dr. Kenneth Diller for NIH's NHLBI and NINDS
Dr. Daniel Johnston for NIH's NIMH