The CFAR03 mechanism is modeled on the NIH R03 program and is intended to provide support for research projects that can be carried out in a short period of time with limited resources.
The purpose of the CFAR03 mechanism is to help junior faculty and investigators who are new to AIDS prepare to submit a competitive research application to NIH.
Funding for the CFAR03 mechanism comes from NIH and from collaboration with Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, Winship Cancer Institute, the Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute, and the Morehouse School of Medicine.
Applications are accepted for review twice per CFAR fiscal year:
RFA: The current version is rev. 8/20/14.
The Opportunity Grants mechanism is intended to remove obstacles to HIV/AIDS research productivity or career advancement by providing small but crucial resources that cannot easily or immediately be obtained through other funding mechanisms.
This program provides reimbursement or direct purchases of up to $2,000 per approved request. Applications have a rolling deadline.
ELIGIBILITY: Any CFAR member who is eligible to apply for NIH funding as a PI.
PA: The current version is rev. 8/22/14.
The Science Poster program is intended to assist CFAR members optimize the impact of their research results in two ways:
1) By providing training in the design of scientific posters that will attract attention, be easy to scan, efficiently summarize the research, and stimulate interest in the poster’s content. Graduates of the poster design tutorial are eligible to receive subsidized printing as a graduation gift.
2) By providing a limited amount of funding for the printing of posters that will assist early career HIV/AIDS investigators in disseminating the results of their unfunded or CFAR-funded HIV research.
PA: The current version is rev. 7/30/12.
The NIH provides us with opportunities to apply for administrative supplments to the CFAR base grant. Administrative Supplements may be used for equipment or special projects for which funds are not available through the regular CFAR at Emory budget.
Contact Dr. Kimberley Hagen (404-727-8855) if you have an idea for an Adminisrative Supplement.
The National CFAR occasionally forwards information about funding opportunities they feel will be of interest to CFAR members. We publish a list of these FOAs in the CFAR Network News, on our website, and through our various listservs.