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|Funding Opportunity||Eligibility||Award Amount and Duration||LOI Due||Full application Due|
|COM Bridge Funding||The College of Medicine bridge funding program is designed for researchers who have an unexpected gap in their NIH research funding portfolio. It is open to full-time COM-Gainesville faculty members who have submitted an application to the NIH and received a score within 20 percentile points of the Institute's funded percentile. Applicants must have a scored, pending application in the most recent cycle to be eligible for this program.||A maximum of $50,000 can be requested.||04/15/2023||04/15/2023|
|ARPA-H Seed Funding||Proposals are invited from teams across all UF Colleges. To remain responsive to ARPA-H, teams need to include faculty from UF College of Medicine and/or UF Scripps. The contact PI must:|
» Be UF faculty or faculty equivalents, including tenured, tenure-track, tenure-eligible, and non-tenure- track research scientists.
» Be eligible to apply for external funding.
» Have experience and track record of leading high-risk high reward innovative team projects (previously funded P, U or NSF program grants will be considered as competitive advantage).
» Will commit to undergo a tailored training and feedback on their responses to the Heilmeier Questions.
» Collaborating teams of faculty from multiple units and colleges are highly encouraged.
|Up to $75,000||N/A||02/15/2023|
|2023 Research Opportunity Seed Fund (ROSF) College of Medicine internal selection competition||The total number of faculty allowed on a proposal is 3, a PI and 2 co-PIs. A faculty member can serve as a PI on only one ROSF proposal. A faculty member may serve as a co-PI on only one other proposal. If not serving as lead PI on any ROSF proposal, a faculty member can serve as co-PI on a maximum of 2 proposals.|
» Faculty members eligible to submit a proposal to an external funding agency (see Principal Investigator Eligibility - UF Research (ufl.edu)) are eligible to apply for ROSF award.
» Courtesy, Adjunct, Visiting, OPS faculty, Assistant In, Associate In, Senior Associate In, Research Associates and Postdoctoral associates are not eligible to be PIs on ROSF. They may participate as co-PIs or co-investigators.
» To avoid potential conflict of interest, Deans at all levels (Assistant, Associate, etc) are not eligible.
» Faculty who have previously received ROSF award (either as PI or co-PI) are not eligible to submit another proposal for 2 years after the completion of the first award. For example, FY2018 ROSF PI or co-PI recipients may not submit another proposal until FY2023 competition (RFA-23-ROSF-COM, October 2022)
|Up to $100,000 for up to a two-year period.||October||November|
|Thomas H. Maren Research Excellence Program - Faculty Award||» Must be an Assistant Professor (tenured, non-tenured, Research Assistant Professor and Clinical Assistant Professor all acceptable) with a primary academic appointment in the College of Medicine|
» Must be a principal investigator of a currently active nationally peer-reviewed grant (i.e., NIH, NSF, FL DOH, ACS, JDRF, etc.)
|$40,000 per year for two years (2nd year contingent on 1st year progress)||September||November|
|Thomas H. Maren Research Excellence Program - Postdoctoral Award||» Must be a postdoctoral fellow (with a PhD and/or MD) with a full-time research assignment in a College of Medicine department|
» Must have no more than three (3) years of cumulative postdoctoral training at the time of LOI submission (including postdoctoral training at other institutions)
» Must have demonstrated productivity as a postdoctoral fellow (e.g., awards, presentations, publications)
» Mentor must have research funding in the amount of one R01 equivalent or more
|$20,000 per year for two years (2nd year contingent on 1st year progress)||September||November|