Pilot and Feasibility Grant

Next Letter of Intent Deadline

November 30, 2020 By 5PM

Next Application Deadline

December 15, 2020

Pilot and Feasibility Award Program

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Application Instructions

Important Dates:

Letters of Intent will be due on or before: November 30, 2020 at 5PM
Notification of eligibility to proceed with application: December 15, 2020. Applications will be due on or before: January 22, 2021.

Scope:

The HDDC is focused on the study of epithelial cell function and mucosal biology in inflammation, host defense, and cancer of the gastrointestinal tract and related mucosal surfaces. Pilot & Feasibility projects will be considered for support if they relate directly or indirectly to this mission.

Purposes:

  • Support young investigators who have not previously held independence awards (such as a R01 and/or P01) in carrying out independent and promising research that tests a novel research direction or hypothesis. (Type 1 awards)
  • Enable young, developing scientists and/or clinicians to pursue innovative and promising pilot projects which might otherwise not have support, and which ultimately might lead to independent support.
  • Enable established investigators already working in digestive disease-related research to make a substantial change in the direction of their research. (Type 2 awards)
  • Entice investigators who have left the field of digestive diseases, or who have never worked in the field, to become involved in research related to digestive diseases. (Type 3 awards)
  • Awards for the PF program by NIH Guidelines is biased to young investigators emerging into independence (Type 1 awards)

Awards:

Awards are made for up to $45,000 over 2 years. In recent years, project budgets have ranged from $25,000 to $45,000 direct costs. Facilities and Administrative (F&A) costs are limited to 25%.

Letter of Intent/Application:

Please see attached document for details. For questions, please contact: Kiki Densamo

 

 

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