Preparing for the Fall 2013 Funding Cycle
IMPORTANT: The application e-GATE Portal is NOT compatible with IE 7.
REMINDERS / CHECKLIST:
- You can only apply to ONE RFA per cycle.
- Spring 2013 awardees are not eligible to apply for the Fall 2013 cycle. Please take a cycle break and apply again for the Spring 2014 funding cycle.
- Need biostatistic consultation or other research consultation? Visit our Resource Page and request for a consultation on any of our services to help you prepare for your application submission.
- Preview your eligibility on our RFA-eligibilty table. Note: This page will be updated in June 2013.
- Be sure to use the correct Budget Form when submitting your budget request. Please use the PHS 398 Form - Page 4, "Detailed Budget for the Initial Period":
- A Face Page is not required.
- Visit the Frequently Asked Questions to get answers to your questions quickly.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com or come back to this website for updates.
Spring 2013 pilot funding cycle
The SC CTSI Pilot Funding Program Spring 2013 Application Portal is closed. Please visit the Spring 2013 cycle timeline to preview detailed information about the Review Period and Award Announcement.
Awards will be announced in June 2013.
FALL 2012 CYCLE - REVIEWS COMPLETED
The Fall 2012 application cycle is closed. Review of the ~142 proposals received has been completed and 20 awardees were selected. Learn more about the Fall 2012 awardees!
SERVE AS A Pilot Funding REVIEWER!
Why participate in an SC CTSI Pilot Funding Program review committee?
- Broaden your horizons. Becoming a reviewer is a great way to learn about the SC CTSI Pilot Funding Program, find out how a peer-review process works, and meet and network with subject-specific experts in your area of expertise.
- Become more successful in obtaining grants. By serving on a pilot grant review committee, you will become thoroughly familiar with the process of proposal evaluation and what reviewers are looking for in a competitive application. The insights gained from your service will aid you in your own research and future funding aspirations.
- Become a better mentor. As you become more knowledgeable about the grant submission and review process and more competitive in your own grant applications, you become a much better mentor to students and post-docs seeking guidance in the grant process.
- Become part of the transformative process in translational research. The SC CTSI’s mission is to translate science into solutions for better health. One key component to this program’s success is the SC CTSI’s pilot funding program. By serving on a pilot grant review committee, you become an integral part in helping to shape the research environment in southern California and will be working directly in the process of catalyzing research discoveries into novel therapeutic and diagnostic applications.
Anyone is welcome to be considered as a reviewer for the SC CTSI Pilot Funding Program.
Sign Up here to be considered or to nominate a colleague.
pilot funding information session WEBCAST AVAILABLE ONLINE
Learn about the new Fall 2012 pilot funding opportunities and application process. If you missed the Information Session, you may watch it on the webcast link or click on the image below.
2013 POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
The A.P. Giannini Foundation invites candidates with 0-3 years of postdoctoral research experience to apply to the 2013 Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program. The program supports innovative medical research in the basic sciences and applied fields. Research projects should advance the translation of biomedical science into new treatments, preventions, and cures for human diseases. Applications are due November 5. Learn more about this opportunity.