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  • Note story of Murday turning off a 20 veteran of ONR funding. Indignant PI. Another PO picking up the support.
    Mention that next level of detail on program interest in available in supplemental/backup charts
  • Note Quantum Info Science and external funding managed by ARO
  • DC Office for Research Advancement - Slide 1

    1. 1. 1 DC Office for Research Advancement Developing and Submitting a DOD Grant Application (or where is the ~$80B in FY2010 DOD RDT&E Funding, especially the $1.8B in basic research, and how do I tap this resource?) Dr. James S. Murday Tel: 202 824 5863 E-mail: murday@usc.edu Ex 40 years in DOD S&T with NRL/ONR/OSD
    2. 2. 2 DC Office for Research Advancement Developing and Submitting a DOD Grant Application (or where is the ~$80B in FY2010 DOD RDT&D Funding, especially the $1.8B in basic research, and how do I tap this resource?) Dr. James S. Murday Tel: 202 824 5863 E-mail: murday@usc.edu Ex 40 years in DOD S&T with NRL/ONR/OSD CDMRP has about an additional $0.6B
    3. 3. Social Science Leora Rosen Science Writer Sarah Michaud DC Office Organization Vice Provost Research Advancement Randolph Hall Executive Director Steven Moldin Project Specialist Ashley Gordon Biological Sciences Steven Moldin Physical Sciences James Murday Project Specialist Colette Alexander Office Manager Natasha Walker Program Manager Richard May
    4. 4. 4 DC Research Advancement Office: Services • Research Funding – Research initiative alerts – Collaborations across schools, other institutions – Federal funding agency advocacy – Strategically targeted activities – Application preparation/scientific contribution • Visibility/Prestige – (Inter)national conferences / workshops – Strategic partnerships – Advisory/planning committees • Faculty Development – Grant-writing courses – Talks – staff from DC Office, federal funding agencies – Faculty recruitment
    5. 5. Federal Obligations ($B) for Basic Research at Universities and Colleges
    6. 6. NASA Research Opportunities - FY2010 NSPIRES • Science Mission Directorate Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences ROSES Heliophysics $179M Astrophysics $152M Earth Science $398M Planetary Science $162M • Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate Research Opportunities in Aeronautics ROA $228M Aeronautics Research generates the innovative concepts, tools and technologies that will enable revolutionary advances in future aircraft • Exploration Systems Directorate Human Research Program $152M Two joint NASA/ National Space Biomedical Research Institute (NSBRI) research solicitations in support of space exploration, focused on health effects from space radiation and human physiological changes associated with exploration. NSBRI will also implement approximately sixty exploration-focused research grants.
    7. 7. 7 DOD Funding Information Available from the DC Res Adv Office • FY10 DOD project growth projection • Succinct summary (4 page) of DOD research investment opportunities • DOD Funding Charts (~150) - available on website • Various resources – plans, workshops, presentations – available on website To get copies of these charts, pertinent reports and other reference information go to http://dcresadv.usc.edu/archives/index.html user name: DCresadv password: Trojan1
    8. 8. 8 Index to Charts: Guidance to Defense/Security Funding Chart #s Topic 2-7 USC DC Office Assets 8-11 Other Security Opportunities – DHS, Intelligence Community 12-74 Defense Research Science Line (DRS, 6.1) 12-15 Overview 16-31 By Academic Disciplines 32-38 By Army 39-43 By Air Force 44-52 By Navy / Marine Corps 53-74 By DARPA 75-108 Other DOD Budget Lines for Basic Research 76-78 By DTRA 79 By CBDP 80-81 By High Energy Laser (HEL) 82-84 By University Research Initiative (URI, including MURI, DURIP) 85-96 By Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program (CDMRP) 97-108 By Miscellaneous (SERDP, ESTCP, SBIR, MINERVA,….) 109-119 Student / Faculty Education Opportunities – YIP, 110; NSSEFF, 124 125-128 Pointers for Successful DOD S&T Funding 129+ Supplementary Information To get copies of these charts, pertinent reports and other reference information go to http://dcresadv.usc.edu/archives/index.html user name: DCresadv password: Trojan1
    9. 9. 9 DRS URI Other Army 173 88 96 Univ & Ind Res Ctr Navy 414 99 Air Force 321 132 13 High Energy Laser DARPA 226 CBDP 59 DTRA 49 NDEP 90 DMRDP 97 HSCBM 9 Appl Res (6.2) 12 Adv Technol (6.3) CDMRP ~600? DRS: Defense Research Sciences CDMRP: Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program CBDP: Chemical / Biological Defense Program DTRA: Defense Threat Reduction Agency NDEP: National Defense Education Program DMRDP: Defense Medical Research and Development Program URI: University Research Initiative HSCBM: Human Social Cultural Behavioral Modeling CDMRP is a Congressional add and is largely appropriated in Title VI Defense Health Programs, Research and Development, not in Title IV RDT&E. S&T funding goals can be found in the Research and Development Descriptive Summaries (RDDS) at http://www.dod.mil/comptroller/defbudget/fy2010/index.html FY2010 DOD Basic Research (6.1, $M)
    10. 10. 10 Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program (CDMRP) cdmrp.army.mil/
    11. 11. 11 FY09 ~$600M What: Research Programs included in the FY09 CDMRP are ($M): 150 Breast Cancer Research 112 Orthopaedic 92 Deployment Related 80 Prostate Cancer Research 50 Peer Reviewed Medical Research (see chart for allowed 2009 topics) 41 TBI and Psychological Health 35 Spinal Cord Medical Research and Treatment 20 Lung Cancer Research 20 Ovarian Cancer Research 16 Cancer – skin, pediatric brain, genetic, non-invasive ablation treatment 10 Neurofibromatosis Research 8 Autism Research 6 Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Research 8 Gulf War Illness Research 5 Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis 5 Bone Marrow Failure 5 Multiple Sclerosis 2 Genetic Studies of Food Allergies Proposals undergo two stage review - peer, then program How Much: 1-5 year grants, average of $150K/yr (direct) If multiyear funded, all funds come from the FY09 appropriation When: Various – see website program announcements Where: Proposal submission to be done via grants.gov Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program Deployment Related Medical Research Program cdmrp.army.mil
    12. 12. 12 Illustration of a CDMRP Program Announcement CDMRP: Breast Cancer Research Program (BCRP) Award Category FY08 awards PreApplication date Application date (anticipated) Up to 2 year grant lifetime Synergistic Idea ~ 20 @ ~$500K 16 Apr 2008 7 May Up to 3 year grant lifetime Idea ~ 60 @ ~$375K 16 Apr 2008 7 May Era of Hope PD ~ 13 @ ~$270K 27 Mar 2008 19 Jun Up to 4 year grant lifetime HBCU/MI Partnership Train ~ 4 @ ~1M 27 Mar 2008 19 Jun Up to 5 year grant lifetime Innovator ~ 3 @ ~$5M 27 Mar 2009 19 Jun Era of Hope Scholar ~ 4 @ ~$2.5M 27 Mar 2008 19 Jun Idea (with population base) @ ~$650K 16 Apr 2008 7 May Impact ~ 2 @ ~$5M 16 Apr 2008 7 May Synergistic Idea (with pop) @ ~850K 16 Apr 2008 7 May Clinical Translation ~ 3 @ ~3M 27 Mar 2008 19 Jun Cited award funding is direct cost; indirect cost added as appropriate Where: http://cdmrp.army.mil/bcrp/default.htm Includes listing of prior award winners
    13. 13. 13 Research Program FYs Amount ($M) Prop Prop for Research Rcvd Funded % Breast Cancer 92–08 1919 38156 5511 14 Neurofibromatosis 96–08 166 871 223 26 Prostate Cancer 97–08 780 9743 2013 21 Ovarian Cancer 97–08 106 2023 187 9 Peer-Reviewed Med Res 99–06,08 339 3179 282 9 Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia 02–06 19 252 61 24 Prion Diseases 2002 37 136 38 28 Tuberous Sclerosis 02–06,08 15 228 57 25 Myeloproliferative Disorders 2004 4 18 9 50 Gulf War Illness 2006,08 13 63 21 33 Autism 2007-08 12 391 35 9 Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis 2007 4 21 3 14 Psychological Health/TBI 2007 277 2,110 201 10 Institutionally Based Programs 95–08 367 260 221 85 TOTALS 4,198 59,318 8,996 15 CDMRP Historical Funding / Success Rates Totals include programs left out due to no recent (post 2000) or sporadic activity
    14. 14. 14 Breast Cancer 2004 Innovator Malcolm Pike 2006 Idea Amy Lee 2006 Concept Young Kwon Hong, Nouri Neamati, Amy Lee 2007 Era of Hope Scholar Christopher Haiman 2008 Concept Woojin An Ovarian Cancer 2006 Idea Development Francis Markland 2006 Idea Development Nouri Neamati 2008 Consortium Development Louis Dubeau Prostate Cancer 2004 Idea Development Baruch Frenkel 2004 Idea Development Gerhard Coetzee 2004 Clinical Trial Parvesh Kumar 2005 Idea Development Jacek Pinski 2005 Idea Development Myles Cockburn 2006 Clinical Trial Parvesh Kumar 2006 Exploration – Hypothesis Develop Shao-Yao Ying 2006 Physician Research Training Amir Goldkorn 2006 Training Award – Predoctoral Omar Khalid • Training Award - Predoctoral Andrew Gray Peer Reviewed 2005 Investigator Initiated Wendy Cozen Deployment Related 2008 Hypothesis Stefan Lee Institutionally Based 2005 Neurogenetic Res & Computational Genetics Xiaojinag Chen Selected USC Awardees from CDMRP
    15. 15. 15 Chemical / Biological Defense Program www.jpeocbd.osd.mil/ What: Joint Service core research program for chemical and biological (CB) defense (medical and physical sciences): Chemical/Biological Tech (non-medical) (~$35M in FY10) Nanoscience Bioscience Information Science Cognition Science Integration Medical Chemical Defense (therapeutic) (~$6M in FY10) Respiratory and Systemic Cutaneous and Ocular Neurological Toxicology - non traditional agents and other agents Medical Biological Defense (~$17M in FY10) Transformational Medical Technologies Initiative (TMTI) Diagnostic Technology Vaccine – research and technology Therapeutic – viral, toxin, bacterial When: see BAAs ( www.dtra.mil/be/business_opp/procurement/acq_procopp.cfm ) Where: through DTRA Chem/Bio Directorate HDTRA1-CBMEDICAL-TMTI-BAA Oct 2007 FY10 6.1 $ 59M 6.2 209
    16. 16. 16 Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) www.dtra.mil What: Exploring new and innovative research for combating or countering weapons of mass destruction (WMD) - topics: topics announced in Sep 2009 for the Nov 09 white papers How much: $18M in FY09; ~250K/yr for single investigator, ~500K/yr multiple inv When: See HDTRA1-08-10-BRCWMD-BAA Period 4 Period 5 White paper (required) 2 Nov 2009 12 May 2010 Full proposal (invited) 24 Feb 2010 28 Jul 2010 Where: http://www.dtra.mil/baa/index.cfm FY10 6.1 $ 48M 6.2 ~219
    17. 17. 17 Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) Period 4 Topics Topic Per4-A: Charge Collection and Photon Conversion for Radiation Sensing Topic Per4-B: Post-Detonation Radiological and Nuclear Forensics Topic Per4-C: Advanced Methods and Algorithms to Support Course of Action Analysis of Terrorists Seeking to Acquire and Use CBRNE Topic Per4-D: Advancing Knowledge of Network Theory for Network Analysis and Response to Attacks Topic Per4-E: Self-Healing Radiation Shielding Materials Topic Per4-F: Novel Materials for Unattended Sensing to Support Future Treaties Topic Per4-G: Nanoscale Radiation Indicators Topic Per4-H: Improved Surface and Interfacial Analytical Methods for Chemical and Biological Detection Topic Per4-I: Identification and characterization of bacterial metabolic enzymes and pathways Topic Per4-J: Mechanisms of virulence changes during in vivo passage of viral pathogens Young Investigator Per4-Y-1: Charge Collection and Photon Conversion for Radiation Sensing Per4-Y-2: Post-Detonation Radiological and Nuclear Forensics Per4-Y-3: Advancing Knowledge of Network Theory for Network Analysis and Response to Attacks Per4-Y-4: Self-Healing Radiation Shielding Materials Per4-Y-5: Novel Materials for Unattended Sensing to Support Future Treaties Per4-Y-6: Nanoscale Radiation Indicators Per4-Y-7: Reactive, Energetic or Biological Materials for Bio-Agent Defeat
    18. 18. 18 Defense Research Sciences (DRS) What: Largest source of DOD funding for University research Majority invested in single investigator efforts (as opposed to URI) OXR DRS Broad Area Announcements (BAA) are relatively generic OXR Program Officer (PO) key to success (presuming convincing proposal) Each PO has focused interests, coupling science with some military need Each Service has specifically identified program interests (websites and BRP) How Much: typically $100 – 200K/yr for three years (with continuation possible) OXR programs typically have ~20% turn over each year When: Initial “white paper” useful (sometimes required) Proposals nominally anytime, but spring/early summer to be timely Most funding decisions processed in fall, early winter – after appropriation bill Where: Mix of paper and electronic (grants.gov), see for instance http://www.onr.navy.mil/02/proposal_procedure.asp 2008 Basic Research Plan (BRP) at http://dcresadv.usc.edu/archives/index.html FY10 Army ~$173M Air Force ~321 Navy ~414 DARPA ~226
    19. 19. Life Sciences / Biology Life Sciences - ARO Molecular Genetics & Genomics Micheline Strand 919 549 4343 micheline strand@us.army.mil Biochemistry and Bioengineering Robert Kokoska 919 549 4342 robert.kokoska@us.army.mil Microbiology and Biodegradation Wallace Buchholz 919 549 4230 wallace.buchholz@us.army.mil Neurophys & Cognitive Neurosci Elmar Schmeisser 919 549 4318 elmar schmeisser@us.army.mil Mathematics, Information and Life Sciences - AFOSR Bioenergy Walt Kozumbo 703 696 7720 walter.kozumbo@afosr.af.mil Collective Behavior/Modeling Terence Lyons 703 696 9542 terence.lyons@afosr.af.mil Natural Materials and Systems Hugh DeLong 703 696 7722 hugh.delong@afosr.af.mil Human & Bioeng Systems - ONR Code 341 Biometrics & Human Activity Recog Thomas McKenna 703 696 4503 tom.mckenna@navy.mil Computational Neuroscience Thomas McKenna 703 696 4503 tom.mckenna@navy.mil Cognitive Science Paul Bello 703 696 4218 paul.bello@navy.mil Human Factors, Organ Decision Res Mike Letscky 703 696 4251 letskym@onr.navy.mil Manpower and Personnel William Krebs 703 696 2575 william.krebs@.navy.mil Social, Cultural, Behavioral Modeling Rebecca Goolsby 703 588 0558 rebecca.goolsby@navy.mil Stress Physiology Igor Vodyanoy 703 696 4109 igor.vodyanoy@navy.mil Training & Education Technology Ray Perez 703 696 4988 ray.perez@navy.mil’ Biological & Biomed Div – ONR Code 342 Casualty Care & Management Michael Given 703 696 4055 michael.given@navy.mil Casualty Prevention E. Montcalm-Smith 703 696 2580 elizabeth.montcalmsm@navy.mil Naval Biosciences & Biocentric Tech Linda Chrisey 703 696 4504 linda.chrisey@navy.mil Undersea Medicine Matthew Swiergosz 703 696 0367 matthew.swiergosz.navy.mil DARPA next page
    20. 20. Biology – DARPA DSO Wound healing, tissue engn Jon Mogford 571 218 4928 jon.mogford@darpa.mil Has a bit of everything Cindy Daniell 571 218 4504 cynthia.daniell@darpa.mil Neural, therapeutics Goeffrey Ling 571 218 4674 geoffrey.ling@darpa.mil Training and Human Effectiveness – DARPA DSO Learning Amy Kruse 571 218 4338 amy.kruse@darpa.mil Human effectiveness / Machine interface Joseph Cohn 571 218 4509 joseph.cohn@darpa.mil Human / computer Daniel Kaufman 571 218 4584 daniel.kaufman@darpa.mil CBWD Therapeutics – DARPA DSO Pathogens, Pharmaceuticals Michael Callahan 571 218 4596 michael.callahan@darpa.mil CBWD Detectors – DARPA DSO Sense / Detect Mildred Donlon 703 696 2289 mildred.donlon@darpa.mil Life Sciences / Biology - continued
    21. 21. 21 Army Medical Research and Materiel Command https://mrmc-www.army.mil/ What: Solutions to medical problems of importance to the warfighter at home and abroad RAD 1 – Military Infectious Diseases Research Program (MIDRP) RAD 2 – Combat Casualty Care Research Program (CCCRP) RAD 3 – Military Operational Medicine Research Program (MOMRP) RAD 1-3 are principally Intra-mural programs USAMRMC Chemical Biological Defense Partnership Support Directorate CDMRP – Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program Advanced Technologies (http://www.tatrc.org ) How Much: When: Open continuously Request preproposal, followed by proposal if invited to do so Where: www.usamraa.army.mil/pages/baa_paa/baaproposal.htm RAD – Research Area Directorate FY10 DRS (S13) ~$10M DMRDP ~$97M
    22. 22. 22 The DMRDP expects to allot $97M of the FY10 appropriation to fund approximately 100 intramural and extramural Applied and Advanced Technology Development Research Award applications depending on the quality and number of applications received. The Basic Research Funding Opportunity ($60M total for both intra and extra mural efforts) is focused on basic research, defined as research directed towards attaining greater knowledge and understanding of fundamental principles of science and medicine. The DMRDP Basic Research Award is designed to promote new ideas that are still in the early stages of development and have the potential to yield highly impactful data and new avenues of investigation. Basic Research Award Pre-Application: December 10, 2009 Invitation to submit full proposal: By January 15, 2010 Proposal Submission: February 17, 2010 The maximum period of performance for this award mechanism is 3 years. Maximum allowable funding for the entire period of performance is $1,000,000 for direct costs. The applicant may request the entire maximum direct cost amount for a project that may require less than the maximum period of performance. Defense Medical Research and Development Program (DMRDP)
    23. 23. 23 Diagnosis and Treatment of Brain Injury • Mechanisms of TBI. • Far Forward Diagnosis and Treatment of TBI. • Epidemiology of TBI. Polytrauma and Blast Injury • Hemorrhage Control. • Bone and Soft Tissue Trauma. • First Response Diagnosis and Life Support. • Maintain Tissue Viability. • Wound Infection Prevention and Management. • Antimicrobial Countermeasures. • Treatment of Sensory System Traumatic Injury (Vision, Hearing, and Balance). Operational Health and Performance • Operational Health and Performance. Rehabilitation • Neuromusculoskeletal Injuries. • Acute and Chronic Pain Management. Psychological Health and Well-Being for Military Personnel and Families • Psychological Health and Well Being for Military Personnel and Families. Medical Simulation Training Systems FY10 DMRDP Projects:
    24. 24. 24 What: Add fundamental knowledge to behavioral science subdisciplines a. Network Science. b. Training and Learning. c. Leadership. d. Human Resources. e. Social Systems. f. Affect and Emotions. How Much: ~$200K/yr for 3 years When: Concept papers optional (must be at least 6 weeks prior to proposal deadline) Proposals due before 15 May (in 2008 BAA) Where: http://www.hqda.army.mil/ari/pdf/BAA-BRU_08_Approved_2-04-08.pdf Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences http://www.hqda.army.mil/ari/research/index.shtml FY10 DRS (74F) ~$6M
    25. 25. 25 Army Research Office: Physical Sciences http://www.arl.army.mil/www/default.cfm?Action=29&Page=217 Topic Program Officer Phone Email Chemical Sciences Theoretical Chemistry Douglass Kiserow 919 549 4213 douglas.kiserow@us.army.mil Polymer Chemistry Douglass Kiserow 919 549 4213 douglas.kiserow@us.army.mil Electrochem & Adv Energy Conv Robert Mantz 919 549 4309 robert.mantz@us.army.mil Organic Chem & Organized Media Jennifer Becker 919 549 4224 jennifer.j.becker@.us.army.mil Surfaces & Catalysis Jennifer Becker 919 549 4224 jennifer.j.becker@.us.army.mil Experimental Physical Chemistry Douglass Kiserow 919 549 4213 douglas.kiserow@us.army.mil Physics Atomic and Molecular Physics Peter Reynolds 919 549 4345 peter.reynolds@us.army.mil Condensed Matter Physics Marc Ulrich 919 549 4319 marc.ulrich@us.army.mil Optical Physics and Imaging Science Richard Hammond 919 549 4313 richard.hammond@us.army.mil Quantum Information Science TR Govindan 919.549.4236 tr.govindan@us.army.mil Life Sciences Molecular Genetics and Genomics Micheline Strand 919 549 4343 micheline strand@us.army.mil Biochemistry and Bioengineering Robert Kokoska 919 549 4342 robert.kokoska@us.army.mil Microbiology and Biodegradation Wallace Buchholz 919 549 4230 wallace.buchholz@us.army.mil Neurophys & Cognitive Neuroscience Elmar Schmeisser 919 549 4318 elmar schmeisser@us.army.mil Program descriptions available at website
    26. 26. 26 Air Force Office of Scientific Research: Mathematics, Information, and Life Sciences http://www.wpafb.af.mil/library/factsheets/factsheet.asp?id=9204 Topic Program Officer Phone Email Computational Mathematics Fariba Fahroo 703 696 8429 fariba.fahroo@afosr.af.mil Dynamics and Control Scott Wells 703 696 7796 scott.wells@afosr.af.mil Optimization and Discrete Math Donald Hearn 703 696 1142 donald.hearn@afosr.af.mil Complex Networks Robert Bonneau 703 696 9545 robert.bonneau@afosr.af.mil Distributed Intelligence and Info Fusion Douglas Cochran 703 696 6207 douglas.cochran@afosr.af.mil Sensory Information Systems Willard Larkin 703 696 7793 willard.larkin@afosr.af.mil Systems and Software David Luginbuhl 703 696 6207 david.luginbuhl@afosr.af.mil Information Operations and Security Robert Herklotz 703 696 6565 robert.herklotz@afosr.af.mil Bioenergy Walt Kozumbo 703 696 7720 walter.kozumbo@afosr.af.mil Collective Behavior/Modeling Terence Lyons 703 696 9542 terence.lyons@afosr.af.mil Math Modeling of Cognition & Decision Jun Zhang 703 696 8421 jun.zhang@afosr.af.mil Natural Materials and Systems Hugh DeLong 703 696 7722 hugh.delong@afosr.af.mil Program descriptions available at website
    27. 27. 27 Office of Naval Research: Warfighter Performance (Biology, Cognitive, and Neural Science) http://www.onr.navy.mil/sci_tech/34/ Topic Program Officer Phone Email Human & Bioeng Systems (341) John Tangney 703 696 4505 john.f.tangney@navy.mil Biometrics & Human Activity Recog Thomas McKenna 703 696 4503 tom.mckenna@navy.mil Computational Neuroscience Thomas McKenna 703 696 4503 tom.mckenna@navy.mil Cognitive Science Paul Bello 703 696 4218 paul.bello@navy.mil Human Factors, Organ Decision Res Mike Letscky 703 696 4251 letskym@onr.navy.mil Manpower and Personnel William Krebs 703 696 2575 william.krebs@.navy.mil Social, Cultural, Behavioral Modeling Rebecca Goolsby 703 588 0558 rebecca.goolsby@navy.mil Stress Physiology Igor Vodyanoy 703 696 4109 igor.vodyanoy@navy.mil Training & Education Technology Ray Perez 703 696 4988 ray.perez@navy.mil Biological & Biomed Div (342) E. Montcalm-Smith 703 696 2580 elizabeth.montcalmsm@navy.mi Casualty Care & Management Michael Given 703 696 4055 michael.given@navy.mil Casualty Prevention E. Montcalm-Smith 703 696 2580 elizabeth.montcalmsm@navy.mil Naval Biosciences and Biocentric Tech Linda Chrisey 703 696 4504 linda.chrisey@navy.mil Undersea Medicine Matthew Swiergosz 703 696 0367 matthew.swiergosz.navy.mil
    28. 28. 28 Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) www.darpa.mil What: Research and technology where risk and payoff are both very high, and Success may provide dramatic advances for military roles and missions. Defense Science Office (DSO) Microsystems Technology Office (MTO) Information Processing Technology Office (IPTO) Strategic Technology Office (STO) Transformational Convergence Technology (TCTO) Tactical Technology Office (TTO) Larger programs are available than at OXRs (some managed by OXR POs) Think teaming - industrial participation desirable First deliverable milestone in 12-18 months; “widget” in 3-5 years How much: $100K – $10M/yr in DSO as example DARPA program managers often fund studies (“seedlings”) as initial research to determine if a more formal program is appropriate. When: Various, need watch for program topic announcements Involvement in topic formative workshops very helpful Where: www.darpa.mil/funding_opportunities.html www.darpa.mil/index.html#tech www.darpa.mil/DoingBusiness.pdf FY10 6.1 ~$226M 6.2 ~1235 6.3 ~1640
    29. 29. 29 DARPA DSO http://www.darpa.mil/dso/thrusts/index.htm Biology: on-going programs Biologically Inspired Platforms and Systems Neovision PowerSwim RealNose Systems of Neuromorphic Adaptive Plastic Scalable Electronics Maintaining Combat Performance Predicting Health and Disease Preventing Violent Explosive Neurologic Trauma Surviving Blood Loss Tactical Underwater Navigation Tactical Biomedical Technologies Blood Pharming Deep Bleeder Acoustic Coagulation Feedback Regulated Automatic Molecular Release Long-Term Storage of Blood Products Trauma Pod Restorative Biomedical Technologies Human-Assisted Neural Devices Restorative Injury Repair Revolutionizing Prosthetics Accelerating Critical Therapeutics Accel Manuf of Pharmaceuticals Protein Design Processes Protection and Detection Control of Protein Conformations Femtosecond Adaptive Spectroscopy Techniques for Remote Agent Detection Self Decontaminating Surfaces Biological Warfare Defense: on-going programs
    30. 30. 30 Multidisciplinary University Research Initiatives (MURI in URI) FY10 Army $59M Navy 74 Air Force 73 What: Supports University teams that involve one or more traditional science/engineering disciplines Topics down selected from OXR PO suggestions Topics announced annually by DOD – 20% “new” money/yr via finished MURIs For 2009 topics and University awardees see http://www.defenselink.mil/news/may2009/FY09MURIPressReleaseTableFinal.pdf How Much: ~$0.5 -1.5M/yr for three years + two additional option years When: Announcement typically in July (12 Oct 2009 for FY10) White paper in August (11 Dec 2009 for FY10) (strongly encouraged, not required) Full proposal in October (2 March 2010 for FY10) Where: ARO / AFOSR / ONR websites, see for example http://www.onr.navy.mil/sci_tech/3t/corporate/muri.asp USC MURI awardees Nealson 2006 AFOSR - Bioengineered Fuel Cells: Optimization via Genetic Approaches and Multi-Scale Modeling USC 2008 - supporting Institution in four different MURI awards Sukhatme 2009 ONR – Adaptive Networks for Threat and Intrusion Detection or Termination
    31. 31. 31 2010 Air Force Biological Engineering of Adherent /Spectroscopically Interrogated Microstructures 2010 Army Neuronal Behavior in Primary Blast 2010 Army Identifying and Extracting the Mathematical Signatures of Prokaryotic Activity in DNA 2010 Army Adaptive Perception and Agile Autonomy in Severe Environments 2010 Army Bio-electronic Templates for Interfacing to the Nanoscale 2009 Navy Cellular, Molecular, Genetic and Biochemical Correlates of Training 2009 Air Force Biophotonics: Optical Effects through Nature’s Photonic Control 2009 Army Application of Systems Biology to Regenerative Medicine 2009 Army Mechanisms of Bacterial Spore Germination 2008 Navy Biometrics in the Maritime Domain 2008 Navy Biologically-Inspired Autonomous Sea Vehicles 2008 Navy Biologically-Inspired Approaches for Team & Coalition Adaptation of Unmanned Systems 2008 Air Force Harnessing Complexity in the Human-Machine Interface 2008 Army Brain Network Analysis and Modeling for Communication and Orientation 2007 Navy Cognitively Compatible and Collaboratively Balanced Human Robot Teaming 2007 Navy Effective Human-Robot Interaction under Time Pressure 2007 Navy Capitalizing on Res on Animal & Human Brain Plasticity to Enhance Warfighter Training 2007 Navy Complex Learning and Skill Transfer with Video Gamers 2007 Air Force Dynamic Decision making in Complex Task Environ: Principles & Neural Mechanisms MURI topics with “Health Science” Aspects
    32. 32. 32 Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP in URI) FY10 Army $13M Navy 19 Air Force 15 What: Acquisition of major equipment to augment current or develop new research capabilities to support research in the technical areas of interest to the DoD Provide equipment to enhance research-related education Matching funds not required, but is helpful (especially for larger grants) DOD research grant not required, but is very helpful OXR program officer support very, very helpful How Much: >$50K, <$1M per award, average was $235K in FY2009 Total funds fluctuate somewhat depending on MURI selections When: Proposals typically due in late Aug / early Sept (15 Sep 2009 for FY10) Where: ARO / AFOSR / ONR webpage, example http://www.onr.navy.mil/02/baa/docs/AFOSR-09%205.pdf USC Awardees 2006 Vashishta Multimillion Atom Simulations of Nanoenergetic Materials (ARO) 2007 Madhukar Imaging and Control of Photodetectors (AFOSR) Nealson Deep UV Laser Induced Fluorescence Microscope (AFOSR) 2008 Vernier Imaging Equipment for Nanoscale Pulsed Power (AFOSR) Willner 100-Gigabit/sec Base Multiplexer (AFOSR) Egolfopoulos Fluid Measurement for Flame Studies (AFOSR) 2009 Langdon High-Pressure Torsion Research (ARO) Madhukar Novel PV Solar Cell Synthesis & Characterization (AFOSR)
    33. 33. 33 Human Social Culture Behavior Modeling Program (HSCB) • Established in 2008 by DOD to develop a science base and associated technologies for modeling human, social and cultural behavior • Funded with 6.2 (applied research), 6.3 (advanced technology development) and 6.4 (Advanced Component Development and Prototypes) monies • HSCB program Program Director: Capt Dylan Schmorrow, USN Assistant Director for Human Systems Office of the Dept Undersecretary of Defense for S&T An Integrated Product Team (IPT) guides program execution www.dtic.mil/dticasd/docs/HSCB-news-summer-2009.pdf FY10 Appl Res (6.2) $9.4M Adv Technol (6.3) 11.5
    34. 34. 34 DC Office for Research Advancement Additional questions, advice: Dr. Stephen Moldin Dr. James Murday Dr. Leora Rosen moldin@usc.edu murday@usc.edu lrosen@usc.edu 202-824-5861 202-824-5863 202-824-5864 http://www.usc.edu/research/for_researchers/training/defense/index.html
    35. 35. 35 National Security Science and Engineering Faculty Fellowship (NSSEFF) Program What: Provide extensive, long-term financial support to distinguished University faculty scientists/engineers to conduct unclassified, fundamental research on topics of interest to the DOD Fellowship open to S&E with earned PhD awarded in past 25 years; faculty/staff at an accredited, degree granting educational institution Fellow must be eligible to receive and maintain a final Secret security clearance Research topics aligned with Desired Capabilities S&T Investment Areas or Enabling Technologies Investment Areas or 2007 DOD Research and Engineering Strategic Plan How Much: ~Ten awards/yr for up to $850K/yr each for a period up to 5 years When (2009 call): Jun letter of intent; Jul 7 white paper; Oct 16 full proposal (by invite only) Where: http://nsseff.ida.org/ http://www.grants.gov. Search for AFOSR-BAA-2009-4
    36. 36. 36 “…..Medical Research Program, and recommend the following projects as candidates for study: Alcoholism Autoimmune Diseases Blood Cancer Childhood Asthma Drug Abuse Epilepsy Kidney Cancer Lupus Mesothelioma Molecular Signatures in Tumors Neuroblastoma Padget's Disease Pediatric Cancer Polycystic Kidney Disease Social Work Research Tinnitus West Nile Virus Vaccine Osteoporosis and related bone disease Listeria Vaccine for infectious disease and cancer The conferees reiterate that funds provided under the Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program shall be used only for the purposes listed above.” 2009 Peer Reviewed MRP Topics From 2009 DOD Appropriations in Continuing Resolution
    37. 37. 37 The following research topics are recommended for consideration under this program: • Neuropsychiatric studies, biochemical mechanisms that underlie human emotional reactions to combat stress and resulting clinical disorders, metrics for mental health assessment and methods to evaluate and improve PTSD rehabilitation efforts; • Studies of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) including basic research on neural injury treatments, cell replacement and regrowth strategies, specific therapies to prevent and reverse spinal cord and other neuro-traumatic damage, pharmaceutical interventions to stimulate neural circuits, ``activity-based'' physical therapy, and extended rehabilitation focused on impairments in vision and cognitive functioning; • Clinical research of blast-related cell damage and the resulting effects on neurological response; • 3D models of IED blast waves to develop equipment to mitigate injury to service members; • A fully automated, self contained, disposable chip to diagnose TBI at the point of onset; • DA-EEG assessment and MRI quantization to allow an accurate assessment of TBI; computational approaches to integrate global transcriptomics and proteomics information to identify the biological networks altered following TBI; • Studies of PTSD and/or TBI including basic research in neurorehabilitation, the integration of informatics, and advanced computational research to analyze brain tissue and activities, the use of advanced neuroimaging, behavioral and genetic information to develop biomarkers, diagnostics, and treatments for semi-acute and chronic injury stages. 2009 TBI and Psychological Health. From 2009 DOD Appropriations in Continuing Resolution
    38. 38. Federal Obligations ($B) for Research by Agency (NSF 10-303)
    39. 39. 39 CDMRP ~$700M MURI (URI) 230 HEL MRI 13 GICUR (FCRP) 4 DURIP (URI) 57 DTRA 18 CBDP 53 HPC YIP PECASE 5 NDSEG (URI) 41 NDEP 69 STTR (SBIR) 130 (1200) DEPSCOR 15 Other FY09 DOD S&T Programs (Beyond DRS) - $M
    40. 40. 40 Technology Performer Platform Impact Bio-inspiration Crystalline Lenses Bio-inspired Optics Program Summary Performance • Enhanced Imaging –Dynamic 30X Zoom • Increased Loiter Time Pointer UAVRockwell MIT UCSD AeroVironment Compact 30X Zoom Vis, NIR, MWIRFluidic Lens Octopus LensPerformance • Enhanced Imaging -Variable FOV • Reduced Weight • Increased Loiter Time Dragoneye UAVCase Western NRL Dynamic GRIN Lens Solid state GRIN Vis, NIR, SWIR Retina (Fovea)Performance •Enhanced Imaging – Track multiple images – Image Compression Helo PlatformU of Central Fl Sandia AFRL BNS/Narrascape Foveated Imaging Pixelated, LC SLM Rays FPA Vis Multi λ/FOV system BrittlestarPerformance • Significant reduction in weight and complexity • 2-color system U of Florida ITC Raytheon MRM NIR, LWIRPhoton Sieve Leonard J. Buckley, DSO
    41. 41. 41 Milestone 1 (Congressional Appropriation): Milestone 2 (Vision Setting): Each program's Integration Panel (IP), composed of renowned experts -- scientists and clinicians, as well as disease survivors, identify the Programmatic Priorities for the year. Milestone 3 (Release of Program Announcements) Milestone 4 (Proposal Receipt) Milestone 5 (Peer Review): • Submitted proposals are peer reviewed by program, along with other proposals submitted in response to the same mechanism offered in the Program Announcements. • Renowned scientists and clinicians are assigned to panels to review proposals according to their individual expertise. • In addition, several disease survivors sit on each peer review panel. • The process of Peer Review evaluates not only the science of each submission but also the proposed budget. Milestone 6 (Programmatic Review): • Proposals undergo Programmatic Review by the IP with select additional scientists chosen for their expertise in the field. • Proposals are evaluated in a comparison basis, against submissions in other specialty fields in order to identify proposals with the greatest programmatic relevance, those that most completely address the year's Programmatic Priorities, as well as disease relevance, and innovation, among other factors. Milestone 7 (Approval by Commanding General) Milestone 8 (Negotiations) Milestone 9 (Award Execution) CDMRP Funding Process

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