The Developmental Core of the San Diego Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) offers two funding opportunities: Developmental Grants and pilot grants in HIV-Associated Malignancies. Since 1994, the Core has awarded more than $4.8 million in grant funding for the developmental grant. Our grant recipients have earned more than $159 million in subsequent grant funding and produced more than 440 publications based on their San Diego CFAR-supported research. For the pilot grants, the core has awarded more than $4.8 million in grant funding and more than $35.8 million subsequent awards have been earned.
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Developmental grants are available to full San Diego CFAR members and faculty at our member institutions. The maximum amount that can be requested for a Developmental grant is $50,000 for unfunded junior investigators and $30,000 for others.
Administrative Supplements are offered by NIH when funding is available. The subject matter and eligibility requirements are highly variable and are announced along with relevant due dates and award amounts as soon as we receive notice from NIH. To date we have awarded $2.5 million in supplements, which have resulted in $5.8 million in subsequent awards.