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  • Funding Opportunity | UW Research
    for NIMHD Transdisciplinary Collaborative Centers TCCs for Health Disparities Research The TCC Coordination Center will serve as the focal point for disseminating TCC consortium information to the broader research community and public including research results scientific data and methods to assess the impact of consortium activities on health disparities locally regionally and nationally Application Instructions Please submit a two page letter of intent with a list of all anticipated investigators description of proposed aims and approach Biosketch or CV of the PI a letter of support from the Dean or Chair to research uw edu by 5 00 PM Thursday May 15 2014 Full proposals are due to the sponsor on 6 19 14 so you will need to have your materials in to the Office of Sponsored Programs by 6 12 14 for processing if given the go ahead by the Proposal Review Committee Opportunity Details Program web page Program Announcement No RFA MD 14 002 Deadlines 05 15 2014 UW Internal Deadline Closed 06 12 2014 OSP Deadline 06 19 2014 Sponsor Deadline Sponsor National Institutes of Health NIH Funding amount 2 000 000 Maximum Number of Applications 1 Eligible groups All campus Inquiries and Contact Information Investigators who identify a grant award or fellowship program that restricts the number of applications that can be submitted from an Institution should immediately contact their Chairperson Associate Dean for Research or Dean if no ADR and the Office of Research see below if they intend to prepare a response Failure to do so or to meet the deadlines for submission of pre proposal will preclude submission of the application through the Office of Sponsored Programs For general inquiries or to request a listing of a limited submission opportunity that should be but is not already listed please email us at

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/funding/opportunities/1169/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Funding Opportunity | UW Research
    government agencies museums and academic partners that enhance research quality and impacts and that facilitate development of technical and transferrable professional skills are encouraged Creation of sustainable programmatic capacity at institutions is an expected outcome Proposals accordingly are expected to describe how institutions will support the continuation and institutional level scaling of effective training elements after award closure Application Instructions Please submit A two page letter of intent that includes The name and departmental affiliation of the Principal Investigator PI The name s and departmental affiliation s of the Co PI s Other participating institution s Project title The title should begin with NRT DESE for projects with a Data Enabled Science and Engineering theme or with NRT for projects on a cross cutting interdisciplinary theme other than DESE Synopsis Provide a brief summary of the vision and goals of the proposed training program including a brief description of the interdisciplinary theme the main training elements and the plan to extend training benefits beyond NRT trainees to a greater population of STEM graduate students on campus and Keywords Up to four keywords that specify the disciplines encompassed by the project s interdisciplinary research theme CVs of Pis and Co Pis to research uw edu by 5 00 PM Thursday May 1 2014 No letter from Chair required An optional letter of intent is due to the sponsor 5 20 14 Full proposals are due to the sponsor on 6 24 14 so you will need to have your materials in to the Office of Sponsored Programs by 6 17 14 for processing if given the go ahead by the Proposal Review Committee Opportunity Details Program web page Program Announcement No NSF 14 548 Deadlines 05 01 2014 UW Internal Deadline Closed 06 17 2014 OSP Deadline 06 24 2014 Sponsor

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/funding/opportunities/1156/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Funding Opportunity | UW Research
    a goal of funding 100 new diabetes investigators over the next decade Pathway provides crucial support to researchers focusing on innovative ideas and transformational approaches Pathway supports creative scientists who are just starting their careers in diabetes research or who are already established in another field but want to expand their focus to diabetes research Through individual awards of 1 6257 million over the course of five to seven years the program allows researchers to explore new ideas without the distraction of having to pursue additional grant support Pathway accelerates research progress by providing the resources to achieve breakthrough discoveries Substantial flexible financial support Scientific and career mentoring from distinguished thought leaders Networks for collaboration and communication Unique career development opportunities Application Instructions Please submit a two page letter of intent with a list of all anticipated investigators description of proposed aims and approach Biosketch of the PI and a letter of support from the Dean or Chair to research uw edu by 5 00 PM Thursday May 1 2014 Full proposals are due to the sponsor on 7 1 14 so you will need to have your materials in to the Office of Sponsored Programs by 6 24 14 for processing if given the go ahead by the Proposal Review Committee Opportunity Details Program web page Program Announcement No 2014 Deadlines 05 01 2014 UW Internal Deadline Closed 06 24 2014 OSP Deadline 07 01 2014 Sponsor Deadline Sponsor American Diabetes Association ADA Funding amount 1 625 000 Maximum Number of Applications 1 Eligible groups All campus Inquiries and Contact Information Investigators who identify a grant award or fellowship program that restricts the number of applications that can be submitted from an Institution should immediately contact their Chairperson Associate Dean for Research or Dean if no ADR and the

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/funding/opportunities/1160/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Funding Opportunity | UW Research
    may be too innovative and speculative for traditional funding sources but still have a high likelihood of producing important findings It is expected that investigations supported by these grants will yield high impact findings and result in major grant applications and significant publications in high impact journals Funding is to be directed at projects that may be too innovative and speculative for traditional funding sources but still have a high likelihood of producing important findings This should be a unique project for senior investigators who are encouraged to stretch their imagination into areas that can substantially change an area of research Funding of research projects that will likely lead to successful grant applications with NIH and other public and private funding entities Application Instructions Please submit a two page letter of intent with a list of all anticipated investigators description of proposed aims and approach Biosketch of the PI and a letter of support from the Dean or Chair to research uw edu by 5 00 PM Thursday May 1 2014 Full proposals are due to the sponsor on 7 1 14 so you will need to have your materials in to the Office of Sponsored Programs by 6 24 14 for processing if given the go ahead by the Proposal Review Committee Opportunity Details Program Announcement No 2015 Deadlines 05 01 2014 UW Internal Deadline Closed 06 24 2014 OSP Deadline 07 01 2014 Sponsor Deadline Sponsor Brain Research Foundation Funding amount 150 000 Maximum Number of Applications 1 Eligible groups School of Medicine Inquiries and Contact Information Investigators who identify a grant award or fellowship program that restricts the number of applications that can be submitted from an Institution should immediately contact their Chairperson Associate Dean for Research or Dean if no ADR and the Office of Research

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/funding/opportunities/1161/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Research - Instructions for Preparing an RRF Proposal
    order see Step 1 Please do not scan a hard copy of your document as this prevents us from copying portions of the text For those unfamiliar with the PDF format please consult your departmental IT or administrative staff The web links below may also be helpful When the PDF file is ready log back in to SAGE and re open the eGC1 created in the prior step Start at the SAGE homepage and click on the Enter SAGE eGC1 link on the left hand menu On the My eGC1s page find the RRF application and open it by clicking on the eGC1 button beside it Click on Attachments Routing Questions on the left hand menu Scroll down to the Documents to be Submitted to Sponsor section This is where the PDF file of the proposal documents is to be attached Click the Add New Attachment button Enter a short description for the file Clearly indicate if this is a DRAFT copy of your attachment or the FINAL copy Note the final version of the proposal documents must be attached by the RRF submission deadline or the application will not be accepted no exceptions Click the Browse button to locate the PDF file Click the Upload button to attach the file to the eGC1 Click on View to verify that it can be opened successfully Instructions Converting to PDF from MS Word Converting Multiple Excel or Word Documents to PDF Combine PDF documents using Insert Pages Download 30 day Free Trial http www adobe com products acrobatpro tryout html Convert Documents to PDF Over the Web http createpdf adobe com v AFP Step 4 Sign the eGC1 and Route for Approval The PI signs approves the eGC1 by completing it Click Certify Complete Print on the left hand menu Click the Complete button at the bottom of the page and then OK in the pop up window The Certify Complete Print page will refresh and display a red banner indicating that the eGC1 application has been completed This banner will appear on every eGC1 application page The status of the eGC1 will change to Routing for approvals Note Co PIs do not need to sign the application Email notifications will automatically be sent to the appropriate Chair s or Director s of the PI and any co PIs Chairs Directors must approve the application even if the applicant s salary is paid by another entity Each of them will approve the application through SAGE eApprovals The Dean s will then be notified to approve the application To see which units have approved your application go to the Certify Complete Print page and click View Final Approval Graph Clicking on a box in the graph will display a list of the reviewers for that unit Click on Email Notifications in the left hand menu if you wish to view a list of notifications sent to date Note It is your responsibility to find out how much lead time is required by each unit that needs to approve your application and we strongly encourage you to monitor your application as it moves through the approval stages you do this by viewing the aforementioned Approval Graph Applications not fully approved by the RRF deadline will not be accepted NO EXCEPTIONS Once the Chairs Directors and Deans have all indicated their approval the status of the eGC1 will change to In OSP which indicates that the RRF office has received your proposal At this stage you will receive an automated generic email from SAGE stating that your application is In OSP Step 5 Final Step Suggested Reviewers Memo A separate memorandum with suggested reviewers must be submitted to RRF by the application deadline Your application will not be considered complete until the memo is received Beneath the PI s name proposal title and eGC1 application number please list the names of two to four University of Washington faculty who would be able to provide a thorough and objective review of the proposal Do not name faculty who are also applying for an RRF award Include a campus box number phone number and email address for each individual listed Please note the RRF committee is not obliged to select from this list Additionally the names of any UW faculty or staff who should not review the proposal e g due to conflict of interest must be listed This would include supervisors and current or previous collaborators research and or teaching Maximum of one 1 page Save this as a Word document attach it to an email and send it to rrfprop u washington edu by the application deadline Note The Office of Research does not send a confirmation when your application is complete Instead when both the eGC1 with attached proposal PDF and the suggested reviewers memo have been reviewed and accepted the status of the eGC1 will change from In OSP to Approved Depending on the number of submissions it might take a few days of processing for all eligible proposals to reach Approved status Completing Description of Research Step 1 Item 3 This section comprised of items A E below cannot exceed six 6 single spaced pages minimum 11 point font 3 4 margins No other appendices or attachments will be accepted A Table of Contents may be included only if within the six page limit Note The RRF program recognizes that not all the wording and or information requested in this application will apply equally to all eligible units within the university PIs should try to answer the substance of the questions as they apply to their discipline Keep in mind that the committee members generally will not be specialists in the field thus the proposal should be understandable to colleagues outside of your particular discipline A Introduction and Rationale Provide brief critical review of the pertinent literature theoretical background and justification for the proposed research including its significance and potential impact Describe any results already achieved including publications B Objectives What

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/main.php?page=rrfInstructions (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Research - Creating the Online eGC1 (RRF)
    generic values below Note these dates will not be your actual budget period if awarded you will choose your own budget period Begin Date for Spring use June 15 of this year for Fall use January 15 of next year End Date use a date that is one year after the begin date Sponsor Deadline use the RRF due date For Spring the first Monday in March of this year for Fall the last Monday in September of this year Organization Code Receiving Funding Look Up Organization Code and select the appropriate code for the department that will be administering the funding your fiscal specialist or unit administrator can provide this code number Application Type select either New or Resubmission Previously Denied as appropriate Project Details Project Type select Grant Funding Purpose select either Research Basic or Research Applied as appropriate International Projects select either Yes or No as appropriate Sponsor Look Up Sponsor search for and select Royalty Research Fund RRF no other sponsor information is needed Additional Information for RRF Applicants this section displays at the bottom of the Details page when RRF is chosen as the Sponsor Research Area select the one that best classifies the research this might not match your departmental affiliation please see hint below Hint Review the departmental affiliations of committee members in each category Application for RRF Scholar select either Yes or No if Yes be sure that documentation of teaching load is included in section E of the Description of Research Note RRF Scholar means that the proposal includes a request for one quarter of teaching release time see the full definition and requirements PI and Personnel Use the Look Up Principal Investigator button to select the PI for this application If the search results include more than one entry select the one that corresponds to the department that will be receiving and administering the funding Check that the UW box number Phone and Email are properly filled in enter this information if needed Investigator Status will automatically be set to Yes and the Significant Financial Interest and Compliance Details columns will display current information for the PI If there are co PIs add their names on this page so that their departments appear on the Approval Graph Note Do NOT include any personnel other than investigators as defined by GIM 10 Significant Financial Interest Disclosure Policy Use the Add Personnel link to search for and select each co PI If a co PI has more than one entry select the appropriate title and or department Choose Co Investigator from the drop down menu for the Role Type Note Do NOT select Multiple PI Investigator Status will automatically be set to Yes and the Significant Financial Interest and Compliance Details columns will display current information for the Co Investigator Disclosure Notification All investigators are required to create a disclosure for each eGC1 using the Financial Interest Disclosure System FIDS so click the Send Disclosure Notification button to email all personnel who

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/main.php?page=rrfEGC1 (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Research - RRF Scholars Program
    Improvement iSTAR Presentations Historic Service Process Improvements Stats Rankings Honors Awards Honors Awards Faculty Memberships Awards Recent Faculty Honors Outside Work Requests For Researchers For Researchers Funding Opportunities Policy Guidance Research Centers Researcher s Guide New to UW Research For Students For Students Responsible Conduct of Research RCR Training For Industry For OR Staff Contact OR Contact OR Vice Provost Associate Vice Provosts RRF Scholars Program Search Return to RRF Home RRF for Applicants Instructions for Preparing an RRF Proposal Creating the Online eGC1 RRF SAGE the System to Administer Grants Electronically SAGE Classes offered by the Office of Research Information Services ORIS RRF for Awardees List of Past RRF Awardees Guidelines for RRF Grants Scholar Replacement Salary Budget Instructions Sample Scholar Replacement Salary Budget and OPUS Implementation Instructions RRF for Committee Members Committee Member Lists Application Review Process restricted Contact Info for Royalty Research Fund New Applicants Peter A Wilsnack 206 685 9316 Administrative Specialist Office of Research Box 351202 Existing Awardees Barbara J Thompson 206 616 9089 Administrative Specialist to the Vice Provost Office of Research Box 351202 Program Chair Judith A Ramey 206 543 2588 Professor Human Centered Design Engineering Box 352315 The Scholars Program is designed

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/main.php?page=rrfScholar (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Research Information Services - Learning
    alert for when this class is next scheduled SAGE Budget Offered by the Office of Research Information Services ORIS Audience Experienced SAGE users Prerequisites SAGE 101 or equivalent experience How to Prepare a Basic Budget offered by the Office of Sponsored Programs OSP is also highly recommended This course provides an overview of how to use SAGE Budget to create grant and contract proposal budgets A combination of lecture guided practice and open workshop time are used to provide participants with experience establishing budget properties adding object code line item entries creating sub budgets and linking the budget to an eGC1 Participants are encouraged to bring current and past examples of budgets for use during open workshop time For questions about this course contact ORIS Learning Upcoming Sessions When Where Instructor Status Enrollment July 2 2014 1 00pm 4 00pm Health Sciences Library Classroom A google map campus map Jon Anscher Space Available Manage Registration SPAERC Read Only Audience UW Central Office staff Prerequisites SPÆRC Read Only access must be approved by OSP prior to attending class To request access an email indicating your office position and business need for SPÆRC access should be sent to osptech u washington edu SPÆRC Sponsored Projects Administration Electronic Research Compliance is a system developed for OSP staff to review and approve proposals and establish and administer awards UW Central Office staff may be granted read only access to SPÆRC when a business need exists that requires visibility to all UW grant applications and awards Attending this course is a prerequisite to receiving access to the system No sessions are currently scheduled request an email alert for when this class is next scheduled Online Courses To view all online courses for a particular system click the system you are interested in Financial Interest Disclosure System FIDS FIDS is a web based tool that investigators use to electronically submit their Significant Financial Interest SFI disclosures To learn more about the University s Financial Conflict of Interest Policy GIM10 go here New online FIDS training is coming soon If you re interested in learning more about FIDS register for the instructor led FIDS 101 course above System to Administer Grants Electronically SAGE SAGE is a web based tool used by investigators administrators and staff to submit funding applications for UW institutional review and approval Reviewing eGC1s in SAGE Approvals This course provides eGC1 Approvers and Watchers in academic and compliance units with an overview of how to navigate SAGE to find information about a funding proposal and then approve it or return it to its owners Safari and Chrome users For best performance in your browser view the HTML version of this training Take the course Flash version HTML version Successful Grants for Graduate Students This is a recording of an in person information session offered in the UW Research Commons on November 28 2012 The session provides an overview of the research lifecycle and practical tips on submitting grant proposals While directed toward a graduate

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/main.php?page=learningAbout (2014-06-24)
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