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SC Research Center for Recovery from Stroke (SCRCRS) Request for Applications

(Academic/Faculty)

https://www.musc.edu/chp/cobre
2014-07-21
LuAnne Harley 792-8261 harleylu@musc.edu

PILOT PROJECT PROGRAM
REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS (RFA) and SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
2014-2015 FUNDING CYCLE

KEY DATES
RFA Release Date: Friday, July 18, 2014
Letter of Intent Due Date: Friday, August 1, 2014
Application Due Date: Friday, August 15, 2014
Earliest Anticipated Funding Date: Monday, December 1, 2014

OVERVIEW
SCRCRS's Pilot Project Program aims to attract additional junior and senior investigators into the field of stroke recovery research, promote utilization of the scientific cores, develop new collaborations and mentoring relationships, and stimulate new programmatic activities to build long-term sustainability of the Center.

PILOT PROJECT CATEGORIES
The SCRCRS Pilot Project Program will include various types of awards, modeled on SCTR's categories, as shown below.

Fast Forward: Generate critical preliminary data for a planned submission/resubmission of an extramural grant application within 6 months. Award Amount: Up to $10,000
Award Duration: Up to 1 year

Mentored Investigator: Provide mentored research experiences for junior investigators who will use the cores and may become candidates to replace current COBRE Junior Investigators (JIs) as they graduate.
Award Amount: Up to $30,000
Award Duration: Up to 1 year

Discovery Awards: Provide strategic support to explore the feasibility of projects that might become collaborative R01s or center grants.
Award Amount: Up to $30,000
Award Duration: Up to 1 year
Novel Methods & Technologies: Provide support for new equipment or techniques to ensure that core capabilities continue to be current and innovative.
Award Amount: Up to $50,000
Award Duration: Up to 1 year

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