We are pleased to share the FY2023 CFAR Administrative Supplement opportunity. Please review the announcement and the LOI guidelines below for details.
Each CFAR is allowed to submit a maximum of two supplement applications for Topics #1-3. Two applications can be in the same topic area. Clinical trials are not permitted. Please submit a Letter of Intent (LOI) no longer than 2 pages to the SD CFAR Administrative Core (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 12:00 pm PT on Friday, March 10. Attached is the LOI guidance. Submitted LOIs will undergo review by SD CFAR leadership and the final two (2) proposals will be selected for submission.
The purpose of this administrative supplement opportunity is to support innovative research projects (#1-3) that address key gaps in HIV/AIDS and will advance the field. This opportunity should build research capacity and be consistent with the recent NIH HIV/AIDS research priorities (NOT-OD-20-018). Research involving populations experiencing health disparities is encouraged (African Americans, Latinos/Hispanics, American Indians and Alaska Natives, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders, less privileged socioeconomic groups, underserved rural populations, and sexual and gender minorities).
In summary, a total of up to two (2) applications for Topics #1 – 3 will be submitted to NIAID through the SD CFAR Administrative Core.
Project leaders for all scientific areas of interest (Topics #1-3) are restricted to early career investigators who have never received an R01-equivalent, P-series or U-series research grants, and established investigators new to HIV. Post-doctoral fellows are eligible to apply if they will assume a faculty position by the time the supplement project and funding begins. Studies that are a continuation of previously funded CFAR supplements or funded NIH applications that do not address new specific aims are not eligible for funding under this announcement. Additionally, a proposed supplement application that is linked to a proposed application not yet funded is not eligible for funding under this announcement.
|Friday, March 10 by 12 pm PT||LOIs due to email@example.com for Topics 1 - 3|
|Thursday, March 16||Notifications to applicants re: finalists|
|Thursday, April 6||Final applications due to the SD CFAR Admin Core|
|Monday, April 10||After review by the Admin Core, Admin Core submits final applications for UCSD institutional review (HSSPPO)|
|Monday, April 17||Applications due @ NIH|
Click here to download a pdf of Letter of Intent Guidelines
Preferred length: Two pages. Please be as succinct as possible. References may be placed on a separate page.
Preferred format: Use at least half-inch margins on all sides, and 11-point type or larger in the body of your letter. Headers and footers may have smaller type if it is legible. No tables or figures, please.
Basic information (not included in 2-page limit):
1. Supplement PI name, academic title, email address, and SD CFAR institution
2. List of other proposed Senior/Key Personnel
3. Supplement Topic
4. Project Title
5. Project/Performance Site location(s)
State and define the following:
Please refer to deadlines above and note there is a tight turnaround time to submit final applications. The earliest anticipated start date for projects is July 1, 2023.
NIH occasionally announces opportunities for administrative supplements. These are grants in specific aspects of HIV research that are offered to all CFAR sites for periods of one or more years. They are considered supplemental funding to the sites' CFAR grant.
When we are informed of a new administrative supplement, we announce the opportunity and application instructions by email to our members.
We hope you will apply for one of these supplements. Please remember to acknowledge the San Diego CFAR in any publication that results from one of our grant opportunities.