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Funding Research To Improve Health: SC CTSI Pilot Funding Program Updates
 

Funding Research To Improve Health: SC CTSI Pilot Funding Program Updates

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Updates from the SC CTSI's Pilot Funding Program for the Fall 2013 presented by the Research Development team. The Pilot Funding Program awards over $1.5M a year in awards to support clinical and ...

Updates from the SC CTSI's Pilot Funding Program for the Fall 2013 presented by the Research Development team. The Pilot Funding Program awards over $1.5M a year in awards to support clinical and translational science.

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  • Fall 2013 Pilot Funding Cycle <br /> Website Updates / e-GATE <br /> Reviewers <br /> Funding Statistics <br /> Fall 2013 Cycle <br />
  • Made a strategic decision to combine the RFA’s under the Academic-Community Research Partnership Award. <br /> Confusion between the subtle differences of community-based health intervention and health and research policy. <br /> This option was provided so that they don’t necessarily have to default to the Research Pilot category. <br /> No awards for:CTU-specific Research Project <br /> Academic-Community Partnership <br /> New Direction <br /> Under-represented Faculty <br /> CORE-specific Investigation <br /> Mobile Health Research Project <br />
  • Website Updates <br />
  • Go over the different features on the website <br /> Submit Application button (Visibility) <br /> Addressing all concerns related to the Pilot Funding Program <br />
  • Go over the different features on the website <br /> Submit Application button (Visibility) <br /> Addressing all concerns related to the Pilot Funding Program <br />
  • Go over the different features on the website <br /> Submit Application button (Visibility) <br /> Addressing all concerns related to the Pilot Funding Program <br />
  • Go over the different features on the website <br /> Submit Application button (Visibility) <br /> Addressing all concerns related to the Pilot Funding Program <br />
  • Go over the different features on the website <br /> Submit Application button (Visibility) <br /> Addressing all concerns related to the Pilot Funding Program <br />
  • Make it clear that this is the number participated and not the number available. Distinguish both <br /> Prior to Spring 2012 – We had a pretty scant reviewer pool. <br /> Spring 2012 – We recruited 80 people <br /> Just some background, we had 178 applications, all were reviewed by our reviewer pool of about 80. Imagine the burnout they must have felt that cycle. <br /> Fall 2012 – We launched our reviewer recruitment form for interested individuals to sign-up. If we felt they were qualified enough to review, we would in turn send them an invitation letter to participate as a reviewer. <br /> Spring 2013 - By this time, we were able to get a few more interested individuals to join our reviewer pool. <br /> This Fall 2013 – we are estimating about 193 reviewers to actively participate during the review process. Why such a jump between Spring 13 and Fall 13? We did additional outreach to credible faculty members from the PIBBS website after going through a comprehensive list with one of our former Review Committee Chairs. <br />
  • 193 Reviewers <br /> 29 CHLA <br /> 69 Clinicians <br /> 5 from other Institutions or Entities <br /> Ian Hutchinson and Sanjeev Baniwal left USC but are still interested in serving as reviewers <br />
  • Pilot Funding Four Investigators <br />
  • LOI sent Fall 2010 and previous years <br /> Normalize the number of applications received at about 80 <br /> People starting to understand what pilot funding is realizing that they may not be a fit to apply. <br /> Changes in administration caused the jump and increase of pilot funding. <br /> Number of allowed resubmissions <br /> Applicants used to be able to apply to 2 applications before. <br /> Need to find out how many unique applications were submitted in Spring 2012 (per Investigator) <br /> PI and co-PI cannot apply. <br /> So the rules got a little more stringent hence the changing numbers and decline <br />
  • More finetuning <br />
  • Add Daryl Davies award to the calculation here <br />
  • Put in ( ) “Translational” under Lab/Basic Science so it shows we are not only funding lab/basic science. Must have a translational component. <br />
  • Add Daryl Davies’ award calculation here <br />
  • Other than CHLA <br />
  • Fall 2013 Applications Close tonight so we will see how we did this cycle. <br />

Funding Research To Improve Health: SC CTSI Pilot Funding Program Updates Funding Research To Improve Health: SC CTSI Pilot Funding Program Updates Presentation Transcript

  • Research Development Pilot Funding Program Overview and Updates Presented by Aileen Orlino
  • GENERAL UPDATES r Apply fo Funding! Pilot CTSI Programs Team Building CS-PET-RD-SI Intramural Funding Consortium
  • SC CTSI PILOT FUNDING PROGRAM: FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL PILOT AWARDS Research Pilot: $30k Multidisciplinary Research Project: $50k CTU-specific Research Project: $30k Translational Research Improvement: $30k ACADEMIC–COMMUNITY RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP AWARDS: $30K T2/T3 (Bedside-to-Community): $30k Community-based Health Intervention: $30k Health and Research Policy: $30k CAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARDS TECHNOLOGY AWARDS Mentor-based Training Bridge: $30k CORE-specific Investigation: $5k New Direction: $30k Mobile Health Research Project: $40k Under-represented Faculty: $30k Multidisciplinary Resource Development: $40k Novel Methods and Technology: $30k TEAM BUILDING INCUBATOR GRANT: $5k
  • WEBSITE UPDATES
  • SC CTSI PILOT FUNDING REVIEWERS UPDATE 500 Reviewers A pool of over 500 reviews to draw from
  • SC CTSI PILOT FUNDING ACTIVE REVIEWERS * Total number of reviewers projected to be active during the Fall 13 cycle
  • FALL 13 PILOT FUNDING REVIEWERS
  • STATISTICS
  • APPLICATIONS RECEIVED (FALL 2010 – SPRING 2013) 139* 56 *LOI’s Issued
  • APPLICATIONS RECEIVED FALL 2010 Fall 2010 Applications Received • Very general RFA • Different Application Process • Different Review Process 139* • 207 LOI’s Received • 59 invited to submit • 28 awarded 56 *LOI’s Issued
  • APPLICATIONS RECEIVED SPRING 2011 Spring 2011 Applications Received • 139 LOI’s received • 30 applications invited and reviewed • 10 Awards 139* • Program in transition 56 *LOI’s Issued
  • APPLICATIONS RECEIVED FALL 2011 (NO FUNDING CYCLE) Fall 2011 • New Leadership Applications Received Fall 11 • Remarketed the program • Reorganized the structure 139* 56 *LOI’s Issued
  • APPLICATIONS RECEIVED SPRING 2012 Spring 2012 Applications Received • 178 Applications Received • PI’s allowed to submit 2 applications • Basic science research proposals submitted – not strictly translational 139* • Funding Opportunities were up to $80K 56 *LOI’s Issued
  • APPLICATIONS RECEIVED FALL 2012 Fall 2012 Applications Received • Applicants Familiar with the Pilot Funding Program • Allowed 1 Application per PI • Expect Application # to Normalize • Awarded co-PI’s submitted applications 139* 56 *LOI’s Issued
  • APPLICATIONS RECEIVED SPRING 2013 Spring 2013 Applications Received • Fewer Resubmissions • Fewer Non-Responsive Applications • Cycle Breaks for Awarded PIs/co-PI’s 139* 56 *LOI’s Issued
  • APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS BY STAGES OF AWARDS ISSUED BY STAGES OF RESEARCH RESEARCH (SPRING 2008 TO SPRING 2013) (SPRING 2012 TO SPRING 2013) $940K $1.64M $1.15M $725K $175 *Spring 2008-Spring 2011 application data excluded. Awards include all pilot funding cycles, Ideas Empowered, Coulter and Team Building Projects.
  • PILOT FUNDING DISTRIBUTION BY RESEARCH CATEGORIES Research Categories Amount Funded Percent Research Pilot $ 1,553,647.95 34% Multidisciplinary Research Project $ 1,122,279.00 24% Novel Methods and Technology $ 1,107,875.80 24% Community-Based Health Intervention $ 338,297.00 7% Ideas Empowered / Coulter $ 235,200.00 5% T2/T3 Bedside-to-Community $ 60,000.00 1% Mentor-Based Training Bridge $ 57,000.00 1% Advanced PTRS $ 54,702.00 1% Multidisciplinary Resource Development $ 35,194.00 1% Translational Research Improvement Opportunity $ 30,000.00 1% Team Building Incubator $ 22,000.00 0% Total Awarded $ 4,616,195.75 100%
  • Building Collaborative Research Teams
  • CROSS-CTSA COLLABORATION
  • FALL 2013 APPLICATIONS CLOSE OCTOBER 21 AT 11:59 PM PST
  • ANY QUESTIONS?