CARRA-AF Publication Support Grants
The CARRA-AF Publication Support Grant mechanism is intended to assist CARRA investigators with projects in need of support for the analyses of existing data sets. Limited funds (up to $10,000 in total costs) may be requested to complete a fixed set of tasks that will result in timely publication of results. The investigator should have the data in hand at the time of the application submission. It is anticipated that funds will be used for statistician effort to support database cleaning and/or statistical analyses. Funds are not to be used for collecting additional data, investigator effort for drafting manuscripts, publication or printing costs.
CARRA-AF Publication Grant Applications to Include:
- Abstract (300 word max)
- 2-3 sentence Lay Summary of your project (150 word max)
- Specific Aims (limit 1 page) (Download template: WORD)
- Research Plan (limit 3 pages) (Download template: WORD)
- References (no page limit)
- Budget and Justification (Download template: WORD / PDF)
- NIH-formatted Biosketches for PI and all co-Is (limit 5 pages per biosketch; please combine all biosketches into one PDF with the PI biosketch listed first.)
- Letters of support from collaborators, mentors and institution for all other applications are highly recommended.
Click here to view a pdf document of everything you will asked to provide in the online grant application form.
Use the templates provided when you submit your final application.
APPLICATIONS NOT FOLLOWING THESE GUIDELINES WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED
Important information for Publication Support Grant Submissions
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Up to 5 grants will be awarded per year.
- The project PI for all grants must be a current CARRA member who is current on membership dues and has up-to-date membership information (location, contact information, and membership status). .
- The funding limit of each grant is $10,000 (in total costs).
- A given investigator can only apply for one Publication Support grant per 365 day period.
- A given investigator may also be a recipient of a CARRA large or small grant (in the same year).
- Preference will be given to research that is collaborative in nature and has used CARRA infrastructure.
- Grants will be considered on a rolling basis until 5 are awarded: simply complete and submit your request.
- A progress report is required upon completion of the project or end of project period, whichever occurs first.
- Awardees are expected to submit an abstract and attend the CARRA Annual Meeting.
- Use the template documents provided above and submit your completed Publication Support application via the online grant submission system.
- Applications will be reviewed by the CARRA Executive Committee.
- Notification will occur within 4 weeks of application submission.