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Grants & You March/April 2015

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Grants & You March/April 2015

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Notice of NIH’s interest in diversity – NOT-OD-15-053

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently published an updated diversity statement to emphasize its continued commitment to a diverse NIH-funded workforce. NIH’s ability to fulfill its mission and ensure the nation remains a global leader in scientific discovery and innovation is dependent upon a pool of highly-talented scientists from diverse backgrounds. Research shows that diverse teams working together and capitalizing on innovative ideas and distinct perspectives outperform homogenous teams. Despite advances in scientific research, educational and research opportunities are not equally available to all. Further, literature shows that women from underrepresented populations (i.e., individuals from racial, ethnic, and disadvantaged backgrounds and those with disabilities) face particular challenges against advancement in scientific fields. To address this concern, NIH now classifies women from these underrepresented populations as eligible candidates in faculty-level, diversity-targeted programs for faculty recruitment,appointment, retention, or advancement.

New biographical sketch format required for NIH and AHRQ grant applications – NOT-OD-15-032

The NIH will begin requiring use of its new biographical sketch format in applications submitted for due dates on or after May 25, 2015, and is encouraging applicants to start using it immediately. The new biosketch allows researchers to list and describe up to five of their most significant contributions to science, including the historical background that framed their research. The revised format also extends the page limit for the biosketch from four to five pages and allows researchers to include a link to the full list of their publicly-available published works as found in sources such as MyBibliography or SciENcv.

National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine gets a new name

The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) has been renamed the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH). The new name is intended to more accurately reflect the Center’s research commitment to studying promising health approaches that are already in use by the American public. The NCCIH mission will remain the same, seeking to define, through rigorous scientific investigation, the usefulness and safety of complementary and integrative health approaches and their roles in improving health and health care. The practices and products that will continue to be studied by the Center are prioritized by four guiding principles: scientific promise, amenability to be studied using the highest quality research methods, use by the American public, and the potential impact on public health.

NIH Early Career Reviewer Program

ATSU faculty who wish to jump start their research career should consider becoming an NIH Early Career Reviewer (ECR). The ECR Program, designed specifically to target investigators from less research-intensive institutions, was developed to:

  • Train qualified scientists without prior CSR review experience to become effective reviewers
  • Help emerging researchers advance their careers by exposing them to peer review
  • Enrich the exiting pool of NIH reviewers by including scientists from less research-intensive institutions, as well as those from traditionally research-intensive institutions

To qualify for the ECR Program you must:

  • Have 2 years of experience as a full-time faculty member or researcher in a similar role (postdoc fellows are not eligible, but may become eligible following completion of their training)
  • Show evidence of an active independent program of research
  • Have at least 2 recent senior-authored research publications in peer-reviewed journals in the last 2 years
  • Have not served on a CSR study section in a role other than a mail reviewer or ARRA reviewer

This program allows you to:

  • Work side-by-side with some of the most accomplished researchers in your field to help NIH identify the most promising grant applications
  • Learn how reviewers determine overall impact scores
  • Serve the scientific community by participating in NIH peer review
  • Develop research-evaluation and critique-writing skills
  • Improve your own grant writing skills

For more information, visit the NIH Center for Scientific Review – ECR Program.

New to NIH grants, or need a refresher?

The NIH provides excellent resources to those new to the grants and funding process. If you are new, or need a refresher, a great place to start is the Grants & Funding web page offered by the NIH Office of Extramural Research. The NIH also offers a variety of video resources for researchers and grant writers:

  • Funded and submitted grant proposals +

    • Funded

      *Christopher Halliday, DDS, MPH, MOSDOH, “Establishment of a High-Need Dental Education Clinic in St. Louis,” Missouri Foundation for Health, $1,000,000, January 2015 – December 2015.

      *Tony Hashemian, DDS, ASDOH, “Text2Floss: An Innovative Technology to Improve Oral Health,” Delta Dental of Arizona Foundation, $25,000, March 2015 – February 2016.

      **Heather Johnson, RDH, MEd, and Yvette Thornton, RDH, ASDOH Dentistry in the Community, “Community Outreach Education in a Box,” National Children’s Oral Health Foundation, $5,000, January 2015 – May 2015.

      **Debra Loguda-Summers and Carolyn White, Museum of Osteopathic Medicine, “Improvement of Museum Environmental Equipment,” National Endowment of Humanities – Preservation Assistance Grants for Smaller Institutions, $1,625, January 2015 – June 2016.

      **Loree Ratto, PhD, SOMA Medical Humanities, “Humanism Scholarship at the Harvard Macy Institute Program for Educators,” Arnold P. Gold Foundation, $5,000, October 2014 – July 2015.

      *Frederic Schwartz, DO, FACOFP, SOMA, “The Envision Community Health CenterTM Project,” John C. Lincoln Health Foundation, $183,246, January 2015 – December 2015.

      William Sexton, PhD, KCOM Biomedical Sciences, “Hollister – KCOM Clinical Research Fellowship for 2015-2016,” Hollister Inc., $23,500, July 2015 – June 2016.

      Robert Theobald, PhD, KCOM Pharmacology, “Providing Enrichment Self-Study Materials for Medical Students,” Kirksville Osteopathic Alumni Association, $2,495, January 2015 – December 2015.

      Submitted (pending)

      *Zulfiqar Ahmad, PhD, KCOM Biochemistry, “ATP Synthase: A Potent Molecular Drug Target,” National Institutes of Health – National Institute of General Internal Medicine – Research Project Grant Program (R01), $1,612,379, September 2015 – August 2020.

      *Jack Dillenberg, DDS, MPH, ASDOH Dean, ”Expanding Dental Workforce Training within Collaborative, Team-based Care Targeting FQHC/Underserved Populations,” Health Resources and Services Administration – Predoctoral Training in General, Pediatric and Public Health Dentistry and Dental Hygiene, $1,736,074, July 2015 – June 2020.

      *Cristin Haase, D2, ASDOH, and George Blue Spruce, Jr., DDS, MPH, ASDOH American Indian Affairs, “Mentorship for Future American Indian Dentists,” Running Strong for American Indian Youth, $10,000, April 2015 – March 2016.

      **Jason Haxton, MA, Museum of Osteopathic Medicine, “Phase 1 of Interactive Website Design for the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine,” American Osteopathic Foundation, $19,850, April 2015 – December 2015.

      *Janet Head, EdD, RN, ATSU Aging Studies Project, “Gateway Geriatric Education Center Workforce Enhancement Program (Saint Louis University subaward to KCOM AHEC),” Health Resources and Services Administration – Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program, $242,349, July 2015 – June 2018.

      *Uzoma Ikonne, PhD, SOMA Pharmacology, Anna Campbell, PhD, SOMA Anatomy, and Joy Lewis, PhD, SOMA Public Health, “Lecture Capture Technology, Student Attendance, and Academic Performance,” American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, $4,981, June 2015 – December 2016.

      *Lawrence LeBeau, DO, SOMA Graduate Medical Education, Christine Morgan, EdD, CHES, SOMA, and Deborah Heath, DO, SOMA Family Medicine and OMM, “Assessing Competency in Family Medicine Residents Using the OMM Mini-CEX,” American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, $4,768, June 2015 – December 2016.

      *Debra Loguda-Summers and Heather Rudy, MA, Museum of Osteopathic Medicine, “Osteopathy Collection Catalogue Project, Phase 1,” Institute of Museums and Library Services, Museums of America, $150,000, October 2015 – September 2017.

      **Yohei Norimatsu, PhD, KCOM Physiology, “Effects of E-cigarettes on Airway Epithelial Cells,” American Lung Association – Biomedical Research Grant Program, $76,041, July 2015 – June 2017.

      *Raja Rachakatla, PhD, KCOM Anatomy, and Kevin Marberry, MD, KCOM Surgery, “Investigation of Rabbit Umbilical Cord Stem Cells’ Regenerative Capacity in Combination with Platelet-Rich Plasma in an Osteoarthritis Rabbit Model,” American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine – Sanofi Biosurgery Osteoarthritis Grant, $49,987, June 2015 – May 2016.

      **Tamara Valovich McLeod, PhD, ATC, FNATA, ASHS Interdisciplinary Health Sciences, and Cailee Welch, PhD, ATC, ASHS Athletic Training, “A Randomized Control Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the CDC Head’s Up Concussion Initiative in Youth Sports: A Multi-Site Investigation (University of Pittsburgh subaward to ASHS),” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, $308,927, September 2015 – September 2018.

      **Cailee Welch, PhD, ATC, ASHS Athletic Training, “Secondary School Personnel Perceptions of and Experiences with Academic Accommodations after Concussion: A Link to Patient Centered Care and Best Practices,” National Athletic Trainers’ Association – Research and Education Foundation, $57,034, August 2015 – July 2016.

      *Margaret Wilson, DO and Patricia Sexton, DHEd, FNAOME, KCOM, “Preparing Primary Care Trainees to Transform Health Care Systems,” Health Resources and Services Administration – Primary Care Training and Enhancement, $1,204,968, July 2015 – June 2020.

      *Full proposal development and support provided by the ATSU Sponsored Programs team
      **Technical support provided by the ATSU Sponsored Programs/Research Support team(s)

  • Funding opportunity announcements +

    • NIH recently released grant opportunities

      The following table lists RFAs, PAs, and PARs recently released by the National Institutes of Health. If any of these opportunities are of interest to you, contact Sponsored Programs or Research Support at ext. 2860. Grant guidelines and submission deadlines for all active NIH funding opportunities are available at: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/index.html. To learn more about the grants process, see Grants Process Overview.

      Research Grants (R Series)

      Small Grant Program (R03)

      Grant FOA number
      *Early-life Factors and Cancer Development Later in Life PA-15-124
      *Underactive Bladder in Aging PA-15-050
      *Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease in Older Adults PA-15-039
      *Gene-Environment Interplay in Substance Use Disorders PA-15-111
      *Drug Abuse Prevention Intervention Research PA-15-081
      Limited Competition: Addressing Health Disparities in Maternal and Child Health through Community-Based Participatory Research PAR-15-072

      Research Project Grant Programs (R01)

      Grant FOA number
      Supplements to Advance Research (STAR) from Projects to Programs (Admin Supp) PA-15-109
      *Early-life Factors and Cancer Development Later in Life PA-15-126
      Building on High Impact Basic Neurobiology Through Assay Development: Advancing Tools for Therapeutic Discovery PAR-15-066
      *Unconventional Roles of Ethanol Metabolizing Enzymes, Metabolites, and Cofactors in Health and Disease PA-15-058
      High Priority Immunology Grants PAS-15-055
      *Underactive Bladder in Aging PA-15-049
      *Systems Science and Health in the Behavioral and Social Sciences PAR-15-048
      Family and Interpersonal Relationships in an Aging Context PA-15-042
      *Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease in Older Adults PA-15-037
      Research Aimed at Novel Behavioral Targets to Improve Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Interventions PA-15-036
      Integration of Infectious Diseases and Substance Abuse Intervention Services for Individuals Living with HIV RFA-DA-15-013
      AHRQ Health Services Research Projects: Making Health Care Safer in Ambulatory Care Settings and Long Term Care Facilities RFA-HS-15-002
      Advancing Translational and Clinical Probiotic/Prebiotic and Human Microbiome Research PA-15-127
      Maternal Nutrition and Pre-pregnancy Obesity: Effects on Mothers, Infants and Children PA-15-100
      *Prevention Research in Mid-life Adults PA-15-098
      Pharmacogenomics of Orofacial Pain Management RFA-DE-16-001
      *Gene-Environment Interplay in Substance Use Disorders PA-15-110
      *Drug Abuse Prevention Intervention Research PA-15-082
      Clinical Observational (CO) Studies in Musculoskeletal, Rheumatic, and Skin Diseases PAR-15-115
      Basic Cancer Research in Cancer Health Disparities PAR-15-093

      Support for Conferences and Scientific Meetings (R13)

      Grant FOA number
      Academic-Community Partnership Conference Series PAR-15-032

      Exploratory/Developmental Research Grant Awards (R21)

      Grant FOA number
      *Early-life Factors and Cancer Development Later in Life PA-15-125
      *Unconventional Roles of Ethanol Metabolizing Enzymes, Metabolites, and Cofactors in Health and Disease PA-15-057
      *Underactive Bladder in Aging PA-15-051
      *Systems Science and Health in the Behavioral and Social Sciences PAR-15-047
      *Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease in Older Adults PA-15-038
      *Prevention Research in Mid-life Adults PA-15-097
      *Gene-Environment Interplay in Substance Use Disorders PA-15-112
      *Drug Abuse Prevention Intervention Research PA-15-080
      Innovative Molecular Analysis Technologies for Cancer Research RFA-CA-15-002
      Innovative Technologies for Cancer-relevant Biospecimen Science RFA-CA-15-004
      Exploratory/Developmental Grants Program for Basic Cancer Research in Cancer Health Disparities PAR-15-092
      Exploratory Grant Award to Promote Workforce Diversity in Basic Cancer Research PAR-15-053

      Phase Innovation Award (R21/R33)

      Grant FOA number
      Innovation Grants to Nurture Initial Translational Efforts (IGNITE): Pharmacodynamics and In vivo Efficacy Studies for Small Molecules and Biologics/Biotechnology Products PAR-15-071
      Innovation Grants to Nurture Initial Translational Efforts (IGNITE): Assay Development and Therapeutic Agent Identification and Characterization to Support Therapeutic Discovery PAR-15-070
      Reductions in Illicit Drug Use and Functional Outcomes PA-15-099

      Education Projects (R25)

      Grant FOA number
      Short-term Research Education Program to Increase Diversity in Health-Related Research RFA-HL-16-008
      Alcohol Education Project Grants PAR-15-054

      Exploratory/Developmental Grants Phase II (R33)

      Grant FOA number
      Advanced Development and Validation of Emerging Technologies for Cancer-relevant Biospecimen Science RFA-CA-15-005
      Alcohol Education Project Grants RFA-CA-15-003

      Clinical Trial Planning Grants (R34)

      Grant FOA number
      Research Aimed at Novel Behavioral Targets to Improve Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Interventions PA-15-035

      Outstanding Investigator Award (R35)

      Grant FOA number
      Maximizing Investigators’ Research Award RFA-GM-16-002

      Research Career Programs (K Series)

      Research Scientist Development Award – Research & Training (K01)

      Grant FOA number
      NCI Mentored Research Scientist Development Award to Promote Diversity PAR-15-064
      Mentored Career Development Award to Promote Faculty Diversity in Biomedical Research RFA-HL-16-006

      Academic/Teacher Award (K07)

      Grant FOA number
      Cancer Prevention, Control, Behavioral Sciences, and Population Sciences Career Development Award PAR-15-033
      NIA Academic Leadership Career Award PAR-15-078

      Clinical Investigator Award (K08)

      Grant FOA number
      NCI Mentored Clinical Scientist Research Career Development Award to Promote Diversity PAR-15-060

      Physician Scientist Award (K12)

      Grant FOA number
      Child Health Research Career Development Award (CHRCDA) Program RFA-HD-16-018
      NIDA Mentored Clinical Scientists Development Program Award in Drug Abuse and Addiction PAR-15-119

      Career Transition Award (K22)

      Grant FOA number
      NIDCR Dentist Scientist Career Transition Award for Intramural Investigators PAR-15-084
      NCI Transition Career Development Award to Promote Diversity PAR-15-063
      NIDCD Research Career Transition Award for Nurturing Clinician-Investigators RFA-DC-15-002
      The NCI Transition Career Development Award PAR-15-056

      Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award (K23)

      Grant FOA number
      NCI Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award to Promote Diversity PAR-15-062

      Career Transition Award/Research Transition Award (K99/R00)

      Grant FOA number
      NIH Pathway to Independence Award PA-15-083

      Training Programs (T Series)

      Institutional National Research Service Award (T32)

      Grant FOA number
      T32 Training Program for Institutions That Promote Diversity RFA-HL-16-007
      Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) Institutional Training for a Dental, Oral and Craniofacial Research Workforce PAR-15-102

      Interdisciplinary Research Training Award (T90/R90)

      Grant FOA number
      Institutional Training for a Dental, Oral and Craniofacial Research Workforce PAR-15-101

      *Denotes multiple mechanism offerings

      ATSU Intramural Funding Opportunities

      Deadline for ALL opportunities: April 1
      Project start date for ALL opportunities: June 1

      Opportunities available to full-time ATSU faculty

      Exception: new faculty who received institutional funds for the initiation of research programs are not eligible during the first 12 months of employment.

      Warner/Fermaturo and the ATSU Board of Trustees Research Funds

      Award Amount: up to $10,000
      Project Period: up to 2 years
      Purpose: To provide initial and/or interim support of promising faculty research projects.
      Use of Funds: For promising pilot projects and short-range continuation of existing projects. Budgets limited to equipment, supplies, and modest consultant fees. Travel not allowed except to obtain specific training required for the project.

      ATSU Strategic Research Fund (SRF)

      Award Amount: up to $30,000
      Project Period: up to 2 years
      Purpose: To fund promising new research in an effort to encourage and support more high-quality research into multiple health-related issues.
      Use of Funds: For promising pilot projects that are clinically relevant and interdisciplinary. At least one clinical discipline must be included in the research team.

      ATSU Community Health Research Program

      Award Amount: up to $2,000
      Project Period: up to 2 years
      Purpose: To provide initial and/or interim support of promising faculty research projects which match the mission and goals of ATSU and are directed towards projects in community health.
      Use of Funds: For promising pilot projects and short-range continuation of existing projects. Budgets limited to equipment, supplies, and modest consultant fees. Travel not allowed except to obtain specific training required for the project.
      Additional Eligibility Requirement: At least one faculty member must be from the ATSU Public Health Program.

      ATSU Aging Studies Project

      Award Amount: up to $1,000
      Project Period: up to 2 years
      Purpose: To provide initial and/or interim support of promising faculty research projects which match the mission and goals of the ATSU Aging Studies Project.
      Use of Funds: For promising pilot projects and short-range continuation of existing projects. Budgets limited to equipment, supplies, and modest consultant fees. Travel not allowed except to obtain specific training required for the project.

      Educational Scholarly Activity Research Grant

      Award Amount: up to $5,000
      Project Period: up to 2 years
      Purpose: To provide initial and/or interim support of faculty research focusing on the scholarship of teaching and learning. The research should “ask a question,” come up with data, and lead to publication.
      Use of Funds: Funds may be used for scholarly activity which studies student learning in all of its aspects, with the purpose of making the results public to further and improve the practice of teaching.

      Community Health Center Research (CHCR) Fund

      Award Amount: up to $350,000
      Project Period: up to 1 year
      Purpose: ATSU, the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC), and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) are forming a partnership to stimulate research within the Community Health Center (CHC) network.
      Use of Funds: Funds may be used for scholarly activities relating directly to these five CHC priorities:

      • Developing, implementing, and assessing evidence-based medicine guidelines
      • Diagnosing, preventing, and treating diabetes, obesity, skin cancer, metabolic syndrome, traumatic brain injury/concussions, spine pain, and HIV/AIDS
      • Evaluating oral health disease prevention and treatment programs
      • Measuring and encouraging physical activity and its impact on health and wellness
      • Designing, organizing, and evaluating population management teams and patient navigator models

      Opportunities available to ATSU trainees

      F. Herbert Fields, DO, Memorial Research Fund

      Award Amount: up to $1,000
      Project Period: up to 1 year
      Purpose: To support worthy osteopathic research.
      Use of Funds: For investigation of orthomolecular therapy, including interrelationships in the areas of nutrition analysis and therapy.
      Eligible Applicants: OMS, predoc fellows, interns, and residents at KCOM and SOMA

      ATSU Student Research Fund

      Project Period: up to 1 year
      Purpose: ATSU is directing a limited amount of funding to help support original student research. Any branch of scholarly activity can be the basis of the proposal. This new program is intended to provide students with an opportunity to develop scientifically sound projects based on a critical review of the literature, as well as demonstrate the ability to carry out the project utilizing appropriate methods and in collaboration with a faculty mentor. Students will develop their critical thinking skills, as well as become familiar with the scientific method leading to dissemination of their results. Priority will be given to projects that consist of interdisciplinary research teams.
      Use of Funds: Funds for travel are excluded.
      Eligible Applicants: Any ATSU student doing original research under the direct supervision of and in collaboration with a full-time faculty member at KCOM or SOMA. Students whose projects are already funded by a different source are excluded from applying.

      Other Extramural Funding Opportunities

      Scoliosis Research Society (SRS) – Research Grants

      Deadline: April 1 and October 1
      Purpose: To support research projects related to scoliosis and/or other spinal deformities. Research topics may include, but are not limited to: evidence-based medicine; idiopathic scoliosis; etiology; non-op and operative treatment; 3D deformity of the spine and thorax; adult deformity; treatment and outcomes; osteoporosis, including osteoporotic spine fractures, how it impacts scoliosis kyphosis management, and/or how it relates to spinal deformity and instrumentation; early onset scoliosis treatment; sagittal imbalance; congenital scoliosis; neuromuscular spinal deformity; deformity and reconstruction arising from spine and sacral tumor treatment; thoracic insufficiency in children associated with spinal deformity; and pulmonary outcome sequelae following common natural history of spine deformity and treatment history.

      Programs:

      • Small Exploratory Research Grant: Designed for new investigators who have a preliminary concept to develop into a research project.
      • Alf Nachemson Evidence Based Medicine Research Grant: Given to studies that aim to provide the best available clinical evidence (i.e. clinically relevant research that may be basic science in origin and especially patient-centered clinical research) to improve knowledge and practice in the care of patients with spinal deformities. Not necessarily restricted to randomized trials/meta-analyses.
      • New Investigator Research Grant: Targeted to new investigators (individuals who are either a fellow or within 10 years of completion of a fellowship or equivalent specialist training and who has not previously been awarded funding from a major grantmaking organization).
      • Standard Investigator Research Grant: Available for topics in any area of spinal deformity research.

      Deadlines, eligibility, and award amounts vary by offering. For more information, visit SRS – Research – General Guidelines.

      Applicants do not need to be members of the SRS, but they do need at least one SRS member on their team as a co-investigator.

      MedU Collaboration Opportunities

      MedU’s mission is to advance medical education through the collaborative development, maintenance, and research of innovative and comprehensive computer-assisted instruction programs. Research and scholarship are fundamental to this mission, both to inform the development and innovation of virtual patients to advance medical education, and to support the academic needs of their collaborators. To achieve this mission, MedU offers grants totaling over $50,000 annually. Opportunities include:

      • MedU Research Grants
      • Computerized Learning in Pediatric Program (CLIPP) Small Grants
      • Case-based Online Radiology Education (CORE) Small Grants

      Deadlines, eligibility, and award amounts vary by offering. For more information, visit MedU’s Collaboration Opportunities.

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