Dear Research Colleagues,
Due to staffing shortages within the clinical research contracting team, you are likely to experience delays in the reviewing and executing of CDAs, CTAs (except CHCO projects) and MTAs.
We are looking to outsource where feasible, but we will be prioritizing to essential projects only until further notice. You will be asked to complete a feasibility survey for CTAs after you have completed the normal initial submission process.
When you submit MTAs, it would be helpful if you can indicate any contingencies such as NIH funding to help with prioritization.
Please only submit CDAs for projects that are of significant interest.
We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your help as we manage the situation.
Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alison Lakin RN, LLB, LLM, PhD
Associate Vice Chancellor for Regulatory Compliance
And Research Integrity Officer
Please take a moment to visit and bookmark the newly launched website featuring limited funding opportunities.
To submit a proposal for these opportunities:
Interested candidates must send a one-page summary of their research proposal and their biosketch in pdf format via the Limited Submission Portal.
This CIT is a unique community-campus educational initiative that aims to introduce an expanded pool of researchers to community-based participatory research (CBPR) and community.
Apply online by March 16, 2022.
For more information contact Kaylee Rivera Gordon.
CMIR is currently accepting applications for Microgrant funding.
All CMIR members and trainee investigators from the CU-AMC or affiliated institutions are eligible to apply. Priority will be given to early career investigators (e.g., graduate students, postdoctoral research fellows and faculty at the rank of Assistant Professor or below who have not yet been awarded an R01 or equivalent grant).
Awards of up to $5,000 will be given per awarded Microgrant. Funds must be spent on CMIR services such as Research Core expertise and resources, sample access fees and data management/ statistical support. Microgrant projects should be structured to be completed in 12 months or less.
For questions on the application or review process, visit the website or contact Alyssa Haberle.
The CCTSI K to R (KTR) Transition and Pre-K programs are now accepting applications for review.
Both, Pre-K and K to R programs offer a unique opportunity for a Mock Study Section Review for those submitting NIH K and R grant applications.
Participants will receive specific written and verbal critique of their proposals prior to submission to the funding agency.
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