PROPEL grants support writing projects resulting from SD CFAR Developmental or International Pilot grants. Whether you are working on a conference abstract, a manuscript for a peer-reviewed journal, or a grant proposal, a PROPEL award can help when you need it most. Publication fees? Check. New statistical software? Check. Part-time, short-term staff to free your time for writing (excluding postdoctoral fellows)? Check.
As a current or former SD CFAR Developmental or International Pilot grant recipient, you may request up to $5,000 in direct costs for many expenses that will help you publish abstracts or papers or submit grant proposals resulting from your SD CFAR Developmental or International Pilot grant.
PROPEL grants are restricted to emerging investigators (pre-R01 or equivalent funding) who are reporting on the results of SD CFAR Developmental or International Pilot grants.
These awards may only be issued in the U.S. If you are writing about or applying for funding based on an International Pilot grant, please contact your SD CFAR collaborator or another SD CFAR mentor to discuss publication assistance. SD CFAR collaborators/mentors may apply for a PROPEL award with the understanding that, if awarded, the funds will be used to assist you, the International Pilot grant PI, using local (U.S.) resources.
Per NIH regulations, PROPEL awards may not be used to purchase computers or to provide salary support for postdoctoral fellows. Travel funds may only be requested to present results at a scientific meeting and may only be used by the Developmental or International Pilot grant PI.
$5,000 direct costs
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until funds are committed. Submit your application now!
You will be notified of the status of your application a few weeks after submission.
One year from award date.