University of Kentucky Research

Grants Bulletin

March 28, 2012

Limited Submissions

  • U.S. Department of State – Programs for North Korea - April 2
  • CDC - Coordinating Center for Research and Training to Promote the Health of People with Developmental and Other
    Disabilities - April 9
  • U.S. Department of Labor – Serving Adult and Youth Ex-Offenders through Strategies Targeted to Characteristics
    Common to Female Ex-Offenders - April 9
  • Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Primary Care Training and Enhancement Physician Assistant
    Training in Primary Care Program - April 10
  • Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Independence Centers (OAICs) and Coordinating Center (P30) – April 11
  • NSF - Scalable Nanomanufacturing (SNM) - April 17

To view these and other limited submission competitions, visit the Proposal Development Office site.

Clarification: Limited Submission - Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet Coal Education Projects

The following Addenda were issued relevant to the Coal Education RFP 127 1200000224 :

  • Addendum Number 1 (page 45)
    For the Commonwealth to clarify Section 4.35 Proposal Submissions: Proposers shall submit no more than one proposal per topic. An entity with multiple subdivisions under the same FEIN may submit proposals from the various subdivisions provided that proposals are for separate and distinct topics defined under the RFP. Multiple proposals for the same topic may be rejected.
  • Addendum Number 2 (page 48)
    To extend the closing date of the RFP from March 26, 2012 to April 11, 2012.

Attachment RFP 127 12000002224.pdf (48 pgs)


March 21, 2012

Limited Submissions

  • HRSA - State and Regional Primary Care Associations (PCA) Cooperative Agreements – HRSA 12-114 – March 26
  • American Honda Foundation – Grants Program – March 29
  • HRSA – Primary Care Training and Enhancement Interdisciplinary and Interprofessional Joint Graduate Degree Program – HRSA-12-025 – March 30
  • HRSA – Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Pediatric Research Network Program – HRSA 12-019 – April 2
  • HRSA – State Public Health Coordinating Center for Autism – HRSA-12-131 – April 9
  • National Institute of Nursing Research – Centers of Excellence in Symptom Science: Building Research Teams for the Future (P20) – RFA-NR-12-009 – April 10
  • HRSA – Building a Medical Home for Multiply Diagnosed HIV-Positive Homeless Populations – Demonstration Sites (HRSA 12-100) and Evaluation and Technical Assistance Center (HRSA 12-104) – April 13
  • HRSA – Nurse Faculty Loan Program (NFLP) HRSA 12-064 – April 20

To view these and other limited submission competitions, visit the Proposal Development Office site.


March 14, 2012

Limited Submissions

  • Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet Environmental Mitigation Projects -RFP 126 1200000206 - March 12
  • HRSA – Rural Health Research Center Cooperative Agreement - HRSA 12-164 - March 26
  • U.S. Department of Homeland Security Fire Prevention and Safety Grants - March 28

To view these and other limited submission competitions, visit the Proposal Development Office site.

OSPA Teleconference: “It Takes a Village to Manage Awards” - April 12

The Office of Sponsored Projects Administration is sponsoring a teleconference presented by the National Council of University Research Administrators titled “It Takes a Village to Manage Awards: Post-Award Issues for Pre-Award Research Administrators & Departmental Administrators.” The presentation will be shown on Thursday, April 12, in Room 102 Mining and Minerals Building from 8:30 am to noon. Please email Sean Scott at sescot0@email.uky.edu if you would like to register. You must register if you want to receive the presentation materials.

Presentation description: As research administrators, we are challenged with multiple compliance issues in supporting our researchers. Whether it’s assisting with proposal preparation, facilitating the submission process, award negotiation and acceptance, or managing the award through closeout, there are many aspects of research administration compliance that impact what we do as administrators. Communication is essential between departmental, pre-award and post-award offices to ensure that award compliance is managed effectively and efficiently. This program will examine such areas as best practices for good communication between departmental, pre-award and post-award offices at proposal stages, facilitating budget development and budget justifications which can be defensible in post-award audits, minimizing cost transfers, and managing cost sharing on sponsored projects.

Learning Objectives: Participants will develop a better understanding of, and a resource toolkit for addressing, the following aspects of contract negotiation:

  • Explore key compliance issues impacting departmental, pre-award and post-award functions
  • Identify best practices to facilitate efficient and effective award management


March 7, 2012

Limited Submissions

  • CDC - Alcohol-related Motor Vehicle Injury Research (RFA-CE-12-006) - March 19
  • CDC - Research to Prevent Prescription Drug Overdoses (RFA-CE-12-007) - March 19
  • HRSA – Developing Integrated Maternal and Child Health Information Systems: Promoting the Use of Health Information
  • Technology (HRSA 12-147) - March 20
  • HRSA - Telehealth Network Grant Program (HRSA 12-092) - March 26
  • HRSA - National Coordinating Center for the Regional Genetic Services Collaboratives (HRSA 12-139) - March 30

To view these and other limited submission competitions, visit the Proposal Development Office site.

IMPORTANT REMINDER!   Internal Approval Form Required for Extramural Proposal Submission
Beginning with applications due on or after April 2, 2012, no proposal shall be submitted to any external funding agency unless a fully executed e-IAF has been received by OSPA at least three business days prior to the sponsor's published deadline. For more, read the pdf memo.  
  • Example of three business days:  If the sponsor has a deadline for electronic proposal submission of 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 10, the completed e-IAF is due in OSPA before 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 8.
  • April 2 is a Monday. If the sponsor has a deadline for electronic  proposal submission of 5:00 p.m. on April 2,  a completed e-IAF must be received by OSPA before 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, March 29.  
  • A fully executed e-IAF means that the PI, all co-Investigators, applicable chairs, directors and deans or associate deans have certified electronically through workflow in MyUK. Once the final certification has been made,  the PI and OSPA will be notified by email.

If you have questions about the deadline, please contact Deborah Davis, director, OSPA at 7-8311 or ddavis@uky.edu.  If you have questions about completing the form, please contact your College Grants Officer or see information posted on the OSPA website http://www.research.uky.edu/ospa/forms.html.

Center for Clinical and Translational Science - Pilot Research Progam - Letter of Intent and Biosketch due March 22

Pilot grants can be funded up to $50,000 in direct costs over a 18 months. See PDFs: Pilot Research Program Details (12 pgs) and Letter of Intent Template (6 pgs).

Center for Clinical and Translational Science - Drug Discovery and Development Core - Letter of Intent due March 30

The primary objective of this RFA is to provide funding to support new drug discovery and development research with the goal of augmenting the translation of scientific discoveries to therapeutic development. Specifically, the
purpose is to assist in the transition from biology and target identification to clinical targets and to facilitate the transition of discovery through development and delivery to all phases of clinical trials and subsequent commercialization. Funding : Up to $50,000 in total direct funding may be requested for a 12-month project. For more information, see PDF (2 pgs).

 

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