National Institutes of Health Collaborative Program for Multidisciplinary Teams
|Deadline for Notice of Intent (NOI):||03/06/18|
|Limit on Number of Proposals:||One- KU-L and KUMC: Considered independent organizations.|
This funding opportunity announcement (FOA) encourages Collaborative Program Grant applications from institutions/organizations that propose to conduct research to address complex and challenging biomedical problems, important for the mission of NIGMS, through deeply integrated, multidisciplinary research teams. The Collaborative Program Grant is designed to support research in which funding a team of interdependent investigators offers significant advantages over support of individual research project grants. Applications should address critical issues and be sufficiently challenging, ambitious, and innovative that objectives could not be achieved by individual investigators.
Successful Collaborative Program Grant applications will bring together scientists to apply complementary approaches to work on an important and well-defined problem. Applications may address any area of science within the NIGMS mission, which is to support basic research that increases understanding of biological processes at a range of levels, from molecules and cells to tissues, whole organisms and populations. NIGMS also supports research in a limited number of clinical areas that affect multiple organ systems (see here for scientific areas supported by NIGMS). Truly new interdisciplinary ideas for approaching significant biological problems are encouraged.
While applications may request research program budgets of up to $1.5 million direct costs per year, it is anticipated that most awards will be between $700,000-$900,000 direct costs. The contact PD/PI is required to devote at least 30% of his/her time available for research to this award, while other PD/PIs are required to devote at least 25% of his/her time available for research to this award. In addition to the research program budget, an additional $250,000 direct costs per year may be requested for optional exploratory pilot studies for ESIs.
|Limited Submission Proposals Procedure:||http://policy.ku.edu/research/institutional-endorsement|
|Notice of Intent Procedure:|
If you are interested in submitting to this opportunity, please Click Here * to submit a Notice of Intent form. You will be asked to provide your name and the names of any KU Co-PIs or senior personnel on the project team.
Please submit your NOI form or send an email NOI to firstname.lastname@example.org, by 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 06, 2018.
If the number of interested parties exceeds the mandated limit, the respondents will be asked to submit a brief pre-proposal for review by an internal selection committee.
If you have any questions about the solicitation or the process described above, please contact Nancy Biles at email@example.com or 864-7434.
URL for limited submission proposals procedure: http://policy.ku.edu/research/institutional-endorsement
|Contact:||Nancy Biles: 785-864-7434|