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Career Catalyst (CCR) Grants (LOI) 2019 - Susan G. Komen
Identifier: 161/19
Category: Projectes de recerca
Financing entity: Susan G. Komen for the Cure
Date of expression of interest: 26/06/2019
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Call aim:

For over 10 years, Career Catalyst Research (CCR) Grants have fostered promising breast cancer researchers who are in the early stages of their faculty careers by providing support for up to three years of “protected time” for research career development under the guidance of a Mentor Committee. It is expected that following the successful completion of a CCR Grant, awardees will launch independent research careers, successfully compete for subsequent research project funding, and emerge as key leaders in the fight against breast cancer.

Duration:

up to 3 years 

Assignment:

up to $150,000 per year (combined direct and indirect costs)

Requirements:

Applicant/PI (Fellow) 

  • Must have a doctoral degree, including M.D., Ph.D., Dr.P.H., D.O., or equivalent.
  • Must currently hold a full-time faculty appointment or have a formal offer letter from the Institution that confirms position and start date by the Application due date (September 25, 2019), documented by the Applicant/PI Biosketch and Letter of Institutional Support.
  • Must not have held any faculty appointment, including non-tenure and tenure track appointments combined, for more than a total of 8 years by the Application due date (September 25, 2019), documented by the Applicant/PI Biosketch and Letter of Institutional Support. All positions that are considered as “Faculty” positions by the Applicant/PI’s institution (or prior institution) count towards the 8-year limit. This may include positions such as Instructor, Research Fellow, or other non-tenure track faculty positions as appropriate. All faculty positions and terms must be verified by the Letter of Institutional Support.
  • May only submit ONE LOI per funding cycle.
  • Must not simultaneously hold any other Grant awarded by Susan G. Komen. Such Grants must end within 3 months of receiving a Notification of Intent to Fund or the funding will be withdrawn.
  • Must not currently be or have been a Principal Investigator on an existing NIH R01 grant or their equivalent as of the date of Award Notification (April 15, 2020).
  • Must conduct the proposed research and training at the Lead Mentor’s institution, which may be located anywhere in the world.
  • Must have adequate space and facilities to conduct the proposed research and protected time for research, as verified by the Letter of Institutional Support by the Application due date (September 25, 2019).
  • Must ensure that all past and current Komen-funded Grants are up to date and in compliance with all Komen requirements; e.g., progress report submissions, IRB approvals, etc. by the Application due date (September 25, 2019).
  • Is not required to be a U.S. citizen or resident.
  • Applicants/PIs located outside of the U.S. or proposing research to be conducted outside of the U.S. will also be considered eligible if they clearly state in the Letter of Intent how the proposed research will lead to a reduction in breast cancer deaths.

Institution

  • Must be a non-profit institution or organization anywhere in the world.
  • May not be a governmental agency (i.e., NIH, NCI, etc.) within any country.
  • Must agree to adhere to Komen’s Policies and Procedures for Research and Training Grants, which may be downloaded along with the Letter of Intent Templates in proposalCENTRAL.
Observations:

Applicants/PIs must follow the Letter of Intent submission instructions, including page limitations, submission of required LOI materials, and format guidelines such as the prescribed font and margin size. All materials must be written in English and must be submitted online in the proposalCENTRAL system. No paper LOIs or LOIs sent by email will be accepted.

Failure to adhere to these instructions will result in any Letter of Intent being administratively withdrawn from consideration, without appeal.

Date of expression of interest: 26/06/2019
OTRI deadline: 03/07/2019
Call deadline: 10/07/2019
Management unit:

Departament d'Ajuts Competitius

Unitat de Projectes Internacionals

Sònia Sagristà: 93.260.71.09 

Antònia Blanco: 93.260.72.26

Correu electònic: preaward@idibell.cat

 

Personal ICO: adreceu-vos a la Unitat de Gestió de la Recerca ugr@iconcologia.net Telèfons: 93 260.72.10 / 93.260.73.59


 

IMPORTANT: Given the large volume of proposals we are receiving for competitive calls, and in order to guarantee their correct management, we inform you that IDIBELL will not manage any proposal presented outside of the deadlines indicated (expression of interest and internal deadline). 

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