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Whether you are applying for an NIH K award, an R01, R21, or a San Diego CFAR Developmental or International Pilot grant, help is just a click or an email away.

Check out the resources below and if you need more information or guidance, please email cfar@ucsd.edu.

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San Diego CFAR Developmental Grant Assistance

San Diego CFAR International Pilot Grant Assistance

Archive of Investigator Development (AID) Repository

  • The AID serves as a repository of  successful K and R grant proposals as well as their corresponding NIH summary statements. The repository provides faculty with guidance on proposal development by offering a sampling of proposalsathat have been funded. The goal is to demonstrate through example the best ways to prepare the various elements of effective proposals.
  • Users of the repository must be members of SD CFAR. The repository is maintained on a secure drive and proposal authors have the opportunity to redact any proprietary information
  • Email cfar@ucsd.edu for more information about accessing the AID Repository

Organized Writing League (OWL)

UC San Diego is now offering two new programs to help you write your CDA/K and your first R01 applications:

  • School of Medicine K writing program—contact Rachel Tolano, rtolano@ucsd.edu
  • Department of Medicine “My First R01 Program”—contact Davey Smith, davey@ucsd.edu

NIH Assisted Referral Tool (ART)

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