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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009 (787 billion) Impact on Research presented by: NJMS American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009 (787 billion) Impact on Research presented by: NJMS Research Office th 2009 March 16

Science Wins 21 B Dollar Boost • $10. 4 billion for the National Institutes Science Wins 21 B Dollar Boost • $10. 4 billion for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) • $3 billion for the National Science Foundation (NSF) • $1. 6 billion for the Department of Energy’s(DOE’s) Office of Science • 1 billion for NASA Science 323; 992, 2009

NIH Receives $10. 4 Billion in Funding through Recovery Act • stimulate the US NIH Receives $10. 4 Billion in Funding through Recovery Act • stimulate the US economy through the support and advancement of scientific research • create or retain jobs, and have the potential for making scientific progress in 2 years. • NIH Institutes and Centers have broad flexibility to invest in many types of grant programs

How Will it be Spent ? NIH Intramural Buildings $500 Million NCRR-SIG/HEI $300 Million How Will it be Spent ? NIH Intramural Buildings $500 Million NCRR-SIG/HEI $300 Million Comparative Effectiveness Research $400 Million NCRR- Construction $1 Billion Special Mechanisms Research Grants (eg. , Challenge grants and GO grants) $800 Million Institutes and Centers $7. 4 Billion

How do they expect to spend the research money? • Select recently peer reviewed How do they expect to spend the research money? • Select recently peer reviewed highly meritorious research grant applications (R 01 s and others), that can be accomplished in 2 years or less. • Fund new research applications • Accelerate the tempo of ongoing science through targeted supplements to current grants. • Support new types of activities such as the NIH Challenge Grant program that meet the goals of the ARRA. • Use other funding mechanisms as appropriate.

$1. 5 Billion in Grant Funds through RFAs $200 Million Challenge Grants RFA $300 $1. 5 Billion in Grant Funds through RFAs $200 Million Challenge Grants RFA $300 Million 2 Instrumentation Grant RFAs (in addition to the $60 million that was already allocated to the SIG grant program) $1 Billion 2 Facilities Improvement Grant RFAs (Construction, Alterations, Renovations)

http: //grants. nih. gov/recovery/ http: //grants. nih. gov/recovery/

Shared Instrumentation Grants $300 million + $60 million • For shared instruments in the Shared Instrumentation Grants $300 million + $60 million • For shared instruments in the range of $100, 000 to $500, 000, eligible organizations should apply under PAR-09 -028. Deadline March 23 rd FY 2010 plan was $43 million for 125 new awards, Now $183 million dollars available, approx 530 grants. • For instruments in the high end range of $600, 000 to $8 M, eligible organizations should apply under PAR-09 -118. Deadline May 6 th, expect to commit $160 million and fund approx 40 new awards. Note upper limit of range is greatly increased.

Challenge Grants 2 Years, 500 K per year Due April 27 th (will use Challenge Grants 2 Years, 500 K per year Due April 27 th (will use new review and scoring system) ORSP has prepared an NJMS pre-filled application package that is available for download at our website http: //njms. umdnj. edu/research/orsp/rates_forms. cfm This new program will support research on Challenge Topics which address specific scientific and health research challenges in biomedical and behavioral research that will benefit from significant 2 -year jumpstart funds. Website: http: //grants. nih. gov/grants/funding/challenge_award/

1 Billion for Facilities, Alterations and Renovations • Core Facilities To renovate or repair 1 Billion for Facilities, Alterations and Renovations • Core Facilities To renovate or repair core facilities, eligible organizations should apply under RFA-RR-09 -007. Funds requested can range from $1 M to $10 M. Deadline September 17 th 2009, two applications per institution allowed. In addition to funds for alterations and renovations, this FOA anticipates support for general equipment for core facilities as long as each instrument is under 100 K. Total project must be completed in 5 years. • Alterations/Renovations to Existing Buildings To make major alterations and renovations to existing buildings, add to existing buildings, complete uninhabitable shell space in existing buildings, or construct new facilities including research and animal facilities, eligible organizations should apply under RFA-RR-09 -008. Funds requested can range from $2 M to $15 M. Deadlines May 6 th $2 -5 M, June 17 th $10 -15 M and July 17 th $5 -10 M. Three applications per institution allowed. Total project must be completed in 5 years.

1 Billion Dollars ARRA Supplements to Existing Grants To be Obligated by Sept 2010 1 Billion Dollars ARRA Supplements to Existing Grants To be Obligated by Sept 2010 Focus: Job Creation and Retention & Accelerating Tempo of Science NOT-OD-09 -056 NOT-OD-09 -058 NOT-OD-09 -060 Administrative Supplements ARRA Competitive Supplements ARRA Summer Research Experiences

NOT-OD-09 -056 ARRA Administrative Supplements * Reviewed by IC Staff, quick turn around * NOT-OD-09 -056 ARRA Administrative Supplements * Reviewed by IC Staff, quick turn around * Must be within the scope of the existing specific aims of the parent grant * Hire new personnel, maintain existing personnel (if no cost ext), equipment (up to 100 K) * No max dollar limit, should not be more than 50 percent of the parent grant * Grants in a no cost extension can apply * Applies to: Research Grants (all Rs), Program Projects (Ps), K awards, Institutional Training Grants (Ts), Cooperative Agreements (Us), * No deadline. . but act quick and check with your IC (some may have deadlines) * Support for up to 2 years can be requested (must be within grant end date) * Use paper PHS 398 Application Forms, apply directly by e-mail (pdf) to IC * Check with your IC for specific guidelines, contact your PO by e-mail Website for IC specific info: http: //grnats. nih. gov/recovery/ic_supp. html

NOT-OD-09 -058 ARRA Competitive Supplements * Revision Applications to fund Significant Expansion of Scope/New NOT-OD-09 -058 ARRA Competitive Supplements * Revision Applications to fund Significant Expansion of Scope/New Specific Aims * Almost all mechanisms (R, P, C, U, T, SBIR, STIR and K), but not Fellowships or Conference Grants * Deadline: April 21 st 2009 * Funding Notices will issued by September 30 th 2009 * Must go to your IC website for IC specific guideline* * Must not extend beyond the current end date of the award (including no cost ext) * Up to 2 years support * No maximum dollar limit * Equipment up to 100 K * Peer Reviewed, will receive a written critique * Submitted through grants. gov in the same way as the parent grant, see NOT-OD-09 -058 guidelines (includes a cover letter, introduction 1 page) Call or e-mail your PO before you start!

NOT-OD-09 -060 ARRA Summer Research Experiences * High school interns, college students, medical students, NOT-OD-09 -060 ARRA Summer Research Experiences * High school interns, college students, medical students, elementary , middle and high school teachers, community college faculty, and faculty from non research intensive institutions * Up to 2 years * Research Grants (Rs), Program and Center Grants (Ps), Cooperative Agreements (Us) * Cover Cost Increases that are associated with providing research experiences in the conduct of NIH funded research (position stipends/salary for summer employment, plus $1000 supplies per position) *Apply using PHS 398 forms (see NOT instructions) Submit directly to your IC PO or GMO (same as administrative sups)

 • Research and Research Infrastructure “Grand Opportunities” (RC 2) • RFA-OD-09 -004 ØThe • Research and Research Infrastructure “Grand Opportunities” (RC 2) • RFA-OD-09 -004 ØThe purpose of the “GO” grants program is to support high impact ideas that lend themselves to short-tem funding, and may lay the foundation for new fields of investigation. ØThe “GO” grants program will support large-scale research projects that accelerate critical breakthroughs, early and applied research on cutting-edge technologies, and new approaches to improve the synergy and interactions among multi and interdisciplinary research teams. ØThe initiative seeks novel approaches in areas that address specific knowledge gaps, scientific opportunities, new technologies, data generation, or research methods that would benefit from an influx of funds to quickly advance the area in significant ways.

 • Research and Research Infrastructure “Grand Opportunities” (RC 2) ØApplicants may propose to • Research and Research Infrastructure “Grand Opportunities” (RC 2) ØApplicants may propose to address either a specific research question or propose the creation of a unique infrastructure/resource designed to accelerate scientific progress in the future. ØThis program is a trans-NIH effort supported by Recovery Act funds. For those projects that span the missions of Institutes, Centers and Offices (ICs), support may come from Recovery Act funds allocated to the Common Fund. ØOnly applications with budgets greater than $500, 000 total costs per year for a project period of two years are expected to be considered. The total annual cost for individual awards is expected to vary, depending on the scope of the project and the number of participating institutions.

 • Research and Research Infrastructure “Grand Opportunities” (RC 2) v Letters of Intent • Research and Research Infrastructure “Grand Opportunities” (RC 2) v Letters of Intent Receipt Date(s): April 27, 2009 v Application Due Date(s): May 27, 2009 v Peer Review Date(s): June/July 2009 v Council Review Date(s): August 2009 v Earliest Anticipated Start Date(s): September 30, 2009 v Approximately $200 million of ARRA funds will be obligated by September 30, 2010

Recovery Act Limited Competition: Biomedical Research Core Centers to Enhance Research Resources (P 30) Recovery Act Limited Competition: Biomedical Research Core Centers to Enhance Research Resources (P 30) § RFA-OD-09 -005 has been temporarily removed. It is expected to be available the week of March 30 - April 3, 2009 at this Web address. § Please check back later for the full announcement.

NSF: $3 Billion http: //www. nsf. gov/pubs/issuances/in 131. pdf The majority of the funds NSF: $3 Billion http: //www. nsf. gov/pubs/issuances/in 131. pdf The majority of the funds will be used to award grants that are already in house and will be reviewed and awarded prior to September 2009. Applications will be solicited in the Spring for: Major Research Instrumentation Program Academic Research Infrastructure Program Science Masters Program

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Additional Funds for Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) “a rigorous evaluation of the impact of Additional Funds for Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) “a rigorous evaluation of the impact of different options that are available for treating a given medical condition for a particular set of patients. Such a study may compare similar treatments, such as competing drugs, or it may analyze very different approaches, such as surgery and drug therapy. ” Such research may include the development and use of clinical registries, clinical data networks, and other forms of electronic health data that can be used to generate or obtain outcomes data as they apply to CER. http: //grants. nih. gov/grants/funding/challenge_award/