Practical Skills in Grant Writing ... - University of Florida

Practical Skills in Grant Writing ... - University of Florida

UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute KL2 Program K Writers Workshop October 9, 2015 Acknowledgement Some of the educational material in this lecture was provided by Susan M. Czajkowski, PhD, Program Director of the Clinical Applications and Prevention Branch, Division of Prevention and Population Sciences, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health. Overview of Workshop Content Presenter

Topic 2:00 2:45 T.A. Pearson Career Development Opportunities and K Awards 2:45 3:00 Break 2:00 2:45 Panel Discussants

K Award Components Marian Limacher Christiaan Leeuwenburgh Linda Behar-Horenstein Roger Fillingim Applying for a K Award Candidates Statement Mentors Institutional Commitment Research Plans Other Sections Learning Objectives 1. Describe the various career development opportunities across the span of an academic career.

2. Identify the various Research Career Development Awards (K series) available to the new investigator. 3. Understand the rationale for the four parts of an RCDA application and presenting your plan in a compelling, competitive manner. Awards for Individuals with a Health-Professional Doctorate (e.g., MD) Institutional Training Grants (T32) Postdoctoral Fellowships (F32) Short-Term Training Grant R25)

Medical School Internship/Residency Specialty Scientist Development Program (K12) Senior Fellowships (F33) Independent Investigator Career Enhancement Award Stem Cells (K18)

Midcareer Investigator in Patient-Oriented Research (K24) Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award (K08)Mentored Patient-Oriented Research CDA (K23) Diversity Supplement Awards for Individuals with a Research Doctorate (e.g., PhD) Institutional Predoctoral Training Grants (T32) Fellowships (F31) Postdoctoral

MARC Fellowships COR (T34) (F32) Colleg Graduate School & Postdoctoral Medical School e BRTPUG Program Undergra ds, postbac, & graduate s R25 Undergra ds

Senior Fellowships (F33) Independent Investigator Career Enhancement Award Stem Cells (K18) Independent Scientist Award (K02) Mentored Research Scientist Development Award Diversity Supplement (K01)

Career Transition Award (K22) Spectrum of Research Training & Career Development Opportunities at NHLBI High School & College Medical School & Graduate School Post-doctoral Fellowships Transition to Established

Independent Investigator Established Investigator BRTPUG Program Undergraduate & post-baccalaureate R25 Undergraduates Minority, Disabled, Disadvantaged BRTPUG Program Under grad/Graduate Students T32

Institutional & Minority Institution F31 Individual award Minority, Disabled, Disadvantaged T35 Institutional Health Prof. students R25 Health Prof. students Minority, Disabled, Disadvantaged F32 Individual award T32 Institutional & Diverse

Institution K25 Engineering and/or Quantitative Science students K01 Diverse faculty & Minority Institution K02 Salary-only K08 Clinician scientist K23 Clinician Patientoriented research K25 Engineering and/or Quantitative Science

students K99/R00 Individual award F33 Individual award K18 Stem cell research K24 Mid-career patientoriented K25 Engineering and/or Quantitative Science Students Research Supplements to Promote Diversity in

Health Related Research Research Supplements to Promote Diversity in Health Related Research Research Supplements to Promote Diversity in Health Related Research Research Supplements to Promote Diversity in

Health Related Research Research Supplements to Promote Diversity in Health Related Research Early Career Development Awards Goal: To transition junior faculty into successful R01 investigators by: Providing training needed for a research career Supporting career development activities Protecting time and effort for persons in early stages of research career (usually instructor or assistant professor)

Establishing an independent laboratory Early Career Development Awards: Eligibility Doctorate degree: For clinical research, MD, DO, DDS, doctorally-prepared nurse, or PhD in clinically related sciences (e.g. behavioral science, nutrition, exercise physiology, etc.) U.S. citizen or permanent resident Should not have received prior NIH research grant (R01). R21 or RO3 are okay. Willing and able to commit 75% effort Call NIH Institute contact person for clarification of eligibility Career Development Support Available from a K Award Stipend (Salary Plus Fringe) usually up to

$75,000 per year, for up to 5 years Requirement for 75% protected time for research or career development Research and training expenses Amount varies by institute (usually $25,000 per year) Tuition Travel Consultant fees (statistical consultation) Research assistants Career Development Support Available from a K Award

for highly technical specialties Availability differs by Institute Requirement for protected time for research or career development reduced to 50% for specialties (usually surgical) which entail levels of practice to maintain technical skills Needs to be justified in application Involve chair in cost-sharing Career Development Awards For Underrepresented* Scientists Mentored Career Award for Faculty at Minority Institutions (K01): Postdoctoral Individuals/New Independent Researchers. Mentored Career Development Award to Promote Faculty Diversity in Biomedical Research (K01): Postdoctoral Individuals/New Independent Researchers. (Unique to NHLBI)

Research Supplements to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research nstitution defined. Disabled and disadvantaged included . K-series Awards K01 Mentored Research Scientist Development Award (3-5 yrs) K08 Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award (3-5 yr) K23 Mentored Patient-oriented Research Career Development Award (3-5 yr) K24 Mid Career Investigator Award in Patientoriented Research (3-5 yr) K99/R00 Pathway to Independence Award (1-2

yr mentored, 3 yr independent R00) Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award (K08) Applicants: Clinicians who are interested in developing independent research careers. Application deadlines (new): February 12, June 12, and October 12. Requirements: at least 75% effort. Support: 3-5 years. Salary: Up to $75,000 per year plus benefits and up to $25,000 per year for research development support. Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award (K23) Applicants: Scientists who are committed to developing careers in patient-oriented research.

Application deadlines (new): February 12, June 12, and October 12. Requirements: at least 75% effort. Support: 3-5 years. Salary: Up to $75,000 per year plus benefits and up to $50,000 per year for research development support. Facts About K08 and K23 Similarities Mentored awards Faculty appointment not required Require > 75% effort 3 5 years of support Budgets similar Salary levels may vary by institute Facts About K08 and K23 Differences Research Development Support $25,000/year for K08

up to $50,000/year for K23 K23 candidates must take courses such as study design, biostatistics, epidemiology, data management, hypothesis development, drug development, etc., and legal and ethical issues associated with human subjects research. What is Patient-Oriented Research? For purposes of K23 award Research conducted with human subjects (or on material of human origin such as tissues, specimens) for which an investigator directly interacts with human subjects. This includes: mechanisms of human disease therapeutic and behavioral interventions clinical trials

development of new technologies What Doesnt Count as PatientOriented Research? Analysis of existing databases. Brief interaction with human subjects (such as one blood draw). Candidate designs a questionnaire that will be administered by other staff. The projects listed above may be appropriate for a K08 application NIH Pathway to Independence (PI) Award K99/R00 Receipt dates: Standard NIH deadlines for K series (Feb 12, June 12, Oct 12). Up to 5 years support, two phases. Phase I Mentored research, 1-2 years (K99).

Phase II Independent research support (R00) 13 years, contingent on securing an independent research/faculty position. Each phase provides funds for salary & research costs. NIH Pathway to Independence (PI) Award K99/R00 Applicant Requirements Outstanding postdoctoral candidates who have terminal clinical or research doctorates (PhD, MD, DO, DDS, DVM, ScD, DNS). No more than 5 years postdoctoral research training US citizens & non-US citizens. May submit only one PI Award application. May not simultaneously submit applications or have pending awards for any other PHS career development award (no K awards).

NIH Pathway to Independence (PI) Award K99/R00 Award Salary-Phase I Mentored research (K99): up to $75,000, plus applicable fringe benefits; up to $25,000 for research support/year. May engage in teaching and/or clinical duties up to 25% effort. Salary-Phase II Independent research support (R00): Consistent with institutions salary structure. Total cost up to $249,000/year. Requirement: minimum of 75% of full-time professional. For more information: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/new_investigators/QsandAs.htm Independent Scientist Award (K02) Applicants who have non-research obligations such as heavy teaching loads, clinical work, and

administrative duties that prevent them from having a period of intensive research focus. Applicant must have independent, peer-reviewed research support at the time of K02. Need for protected time for research. Requirement: at least 75% effort. Support: 3-5 years Salary: Up to $75,000 per year plus benefits Mentored Quantitative Research Career Development Award (K25) Applicants: Individuals with an advanced degree in a quantitative area of science or engineering who are committed to careers as independent biomedical or behavioral investigators. Application deadlines: February 12, June 12, October 12. Requirement: at least 75% effort.

Support: 3-5 years Salary: Up to $75,000 per year plus benefits and up to $40,000 per year for research development support. Other Resources NHLBI Training & Funding https://researchtraining.nih.gov/ NIH Training Opportunities https://researchtraining.nih.gov/ NHLBI Guidelines for the Applicant http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/research/training/applicationguidelines CTSI Resources Available for K Writers (1) Library of K01, K08, K23 Awards with summary statements for UF faculty (with permission; privileged use). Review of applications by Office of Biomedical Research Career Development Identification of NIH Project Officer

Assistance with budget Components of a Career Development Award Candidate Mentor(s) Institution Research Project Use SF424 applications as of 1/25/11 (NOT-OD-11-008) New Page Limits (NOT-OD-11-027)

Candidates Statement for an RCDA (part of 12 page limit) Background and Training: Potential and commitment for research career Scientific Bibliography: Needs assessment for research success. Career Development Plan / IDP Formal coursework/degree program Seminars/journal clubs Summer institutes/outside courses Annual scientific meetings Interactions with mentor(s) Publications, grant applications

Timeline for career development Training in Responsible Conduct of Research CTSI Resources Available for Candidate Section (2) Office of Education Development and Evaluation for learning objectives, core competencies, evaluation Coursework, including specific to translational research Team Science Leadership So you want to be a Professor Degree and Certificate Programs (e.g. MSTR) Plan for Responsible Conduct of Research Office of Career and Professional Development Career Interest Teams Rotation in industry, start-up, regulatory, community/advisory, and educational organizations K College (Roundtables, K to R)

Mentors(s) for an RCDA (not part of 12 page limit) Primary mentors experience Background and training Experience and funding in area of mentee interest Track record and current involvement in research training Mentorial committee (3-4 co-mentors encourage multidisciplinary research) Describe role of each co-mentor May have co-mentors from outside institutions, as needed Describe function of the mentorial committee Mentoring plan should be detailed (6 page limit) CTSI Resources Available for Mentor

Section (3) Office of Mentor Development Mentor Mosaics UF Health Education and Research Directory to identify mentors and co-mentors Mentor Academy / Master Mentor Program Sample Mentoring Plan Section Institutional Sponsorship of an RCDA (not part of 12 page limit) Description of resources relevant to candidates career Education and training programs Research facilities Institutional commitment signed by official Support of candidate for faculty career development (e.g. tenure track) Promise to protect % effort as required by the

RCDA Usually description of remainder of time not supported by RCDA CTSI Resources Available for Institutional Commitment Section (4) Boiler Plate of Resources on CTSI Website CTSI Facilities and Resources (N=36) UF Colleges (N=16) Other Facilities and Resources Affiliated with UF (N=60) K College K to R Program Sample institutional commitment letters Research Plan (part of 12 page limit) Similar to an R01, except shorter due to candidates statement

Preliminary results need not be lengthy, may include mentors laboratory results if relevant Describe expected results and transition to R01 type funding CTSI Resources Available for Research Plan (5) Pilot study funds Community engagement / Patient Centered Resources Population databases Practice-based research networks Tissue repositories Research Cores / Shared Instrumentation Practical Tips for RCDAs Submit K and then R01, not vice versa

Understand NIH Institutes guidelines about submitting R01s during K Award. Transition of K to R is a measure of K awards success Aim for primary score of 2.0 3.5 (nonfundable) and prompt revision Talk with current K Awardees, review their proposals

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