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1 1 Training and Career Development Applications & Funding: Perspectives from the National Institutes of Health – NIH and the The National Institute on Drug Abuse - NIDA Beth Babecki, M.A. Training Coordinator Division of Basic Neuroscience & Behavioral Research, NIDA

2 Topics for Today 1.What is NIH and NIDA interested in? 2. What can NIH and NIDA do for me? 3. How do I become independent? 2

3 What’s happening at NIH? Investments in the biomedical infrastructure, in scientists’ ideas, and in workforce training are essential to drive the innovation that will spur America’s economic recovery and future growth. The U.S. must compete in training America’s next generation to make tomorrow’s health discoveries and ensure continued scientific leadership. 3 NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins Witness before the Subcommittee on Labor Education Appropriations – March 2012

4 What’s happening at NIH? Investments in the biomedical infrastructure, in scientists’ ideas, and in workforce training are essential to drive the innovation that will spur America’s economic recovery and future growth. The U.S. must compete in training America’s next generation to make tomorrow’s health discoveries and ensure continued scientific leadership. 4 NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins Witness before the Subcommittee on Labor Education Appropriations – March 2012 That’s YOU!

5 What’s Happening at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)? NIDA’s Mission is to bring the power of science to bear on drug abuse and addiction NIDA’s Research Priorities: – Prevention – Treatment – Medical Consequences Evidence-Based Interventions to expand availability, adoption, and access to substance abuse and HIV treatment services 5 Nora D. Volkow, M.D., Director

6 1. Would my research be interesting to NIH? 6

7 7 Institute Director

8 8 Funding

9 9 Organization

10 10 Strategic Plan

11 Genetics & Molecular Neurobiology Research NIDA's mission is to lead the Nation in bringing the power of science to bear on drug abuse and addiction HIV/AIDS, Pain, Women & Sex/Gender Differences, Training Advancing the Science of Drug Addiction Through Basic Research Division of Basic Neuroscience and Behavioral Research (DBNBR) Advancing the Science of Drug Addiction Through Basic Research DBNBR

12 Who Funds Your Kind of Research? 12

13 Check out PubMed and the NIH Reporter 13

14 2. What can NIH and NIDA do for me? 14

15 Who Can I Talk To at NIH? You are Probably 3 People Away from the Right Person Ask your mentor for a referral to an NIH Program Officer Call a Program Announcement Contact Study the NIH Organizational Charts Call someone on the NIH Training Contacts list 15

16 Who is My Primary NIH Contact? Your NIH Program Officer Your first NIH contact Attends the study section, recommends applications for funding, advises you and monitors your grant progress Your advocate within the system 16 Albert Avila, PhD Training coordinator DBNBR/NIDA Beth Babecki, MA Training coordinator DBNBR/NIDA Call Early Call Often

17 What is the NIH Grants Process? 17

18 Funding Preparation 18 Planning Preliminary data Internal deadlines Writing Begin writing Submitting Submit through Grants.gov Start Early

19 Funding Receipt and Referral 19 Study Section For review Institute/Study Section To Institute & Scientific Review Group Reviewers To reviewers Months 1-3 Center for Scientific Review Assigns

20 Funding Peer Review 20 Review Reviewers score for merit Score & Summary Sheet Impact scores Summary Statements to PI Council Advisory council review Months 4-8

21 Pre-Award Institute grants management staff contact you Notification Institute Director funding decision NoA goes out Funding Congratulations ! Funding Award 21 Months 9-10 Prepare New or Recompeting Applications: the Cycle Continues 08/14/2014 1K99…….….-01 YOU Got FUNDED! Start Soon

22 What training and career development funding is available? Diversity Programs Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Training Individual Awards Institutional Awards Career Awards Mentored Career Awards Research Education Awards - Institutional Statistics and Genetics Clinical 22

23 Individual Fellowships and Training Grant Appointments 23 for Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellows

24 Pre- & Post-Doctoral Fellowships Mech - anism PurposeDurationAllowable CostURL F30to support combined MD/PhD up to 6 yrsStipend- $22,032 Tuition & fees- up to $16K Training related- $4,200 e/pa-files/PA html F31to support doctoral candidates performing dissertation research and training up to 5 yrsStipend- $22,032 Tuition & fees- up to $16K Training related- $4,200 e/pa-files/PA html F32to support postdoctoral fellowship applicants with the potential to become productive, PIs Up to 3 yrs Stipend- $39,264 - $54,180 (by Years of Experience) Tuition & fees- up to $4,500 Training related- $7,850 e/pa-files/PA html T32award to eligible institutions as the primary means of supporting pre- doctoral and post-doctoral research training up to 5 yrs for predoc Up to 3yrs postdoc Predoc- same as F31 above Postdoc- same as F32 above /pa-files/PA html Training at NIDA and NIH:

25 Mentored Career Awards For Postdoctoral Fellows 25

26 How does a postdoc* get protected time ? Mech - anism Title & PurposeDurationAllowable Cost at NIDA (Varies by IC) Program Announcement K01Basic Science 75% protected time Up to 5 years Salary up to $90K+ Research up to $50K e/pa-files/PA html K08Clinical 75% protected time Up to 5 years Salary up to $90K+ Research up to $50K e/pa-files/PA html K23Patient Oriented 75% protected time Up to 5 years Salary up to $90K+ Research up to $50K e/pa-files/PA html K25 K99/ R00 Quantitative 75% protected time Pathways to Independence K99 75% protected time Up to 5 years K99 1-2; R00 up to 3 years Salary up to $90K+ Research up to $50K K99 Salary up to $90K+ Research up to $50K R00 Total Cost up to $249K e/pa-files/PA html e/pa-files/PA html NIH K-Kiosk * Mentored K Awards are also for Junior Faculty

27 What is the NIH success rate for individual training and career awards ?

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29 29 Statistics & Genetics Appointments R25

30 NIDA Research Education Program for Clinical Researchers and Clinicians (R25) University of South Florida Boston Medical Center University of Colorado Denver New York University Boston Medical Center Medical University of South Carolina Albert Einstein College of Medicine Michigan State University Julie Ann Baldwin Patrick O’Connor Christian J. Hopfer Marc N. Gourevitch Jeffrey H. Samet Sudie E. Back Julia H. Arnsten James Christopher Anthony 30 Institution Project Director PAR

31 3. How do I become independent? 31

32 Research Grants to become independent Mech - anism Title & PurposeDurationAllowable CostProgram Announcement R03 A-START AIDS-Science (NIDA) Up to 2 years Up to $100K directhttp://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide /pa-files/PAR html R03 B-START Behavioral Science (NIDA) 1 year only Up to $75K directhttp://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide /pa-files/PAR html R03 I-START Imaging (NIDA) 1 year only Up to $150K directhttp://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide /pa-files/PAR html R03 R01 Small Grant Program (Parent) Research Project Grant (Parent) Up to 2 years Up to 5 years Up to $100K direct Special procedures if over $500K direct /pa-files/PA html /pa-files/PA html New and Early Stage Investigator Policies

33 How can I find my first position? In every case Look for Goodness of Fit with your own Goals Negotiate Position, Salary, Benefits, Start-up costs, Space; and your Responsibilities to the institution 33

34 How can I find my first position? If you had a K99/R00 award, you will have a distinct advantage The award increases your desirability to the university Tenure-track appointment Your R00 award will be in addition to the salary and benefits package provided by the university 34

35 Take home points 1.Contact a Program Officer 35

36 Take home points 1.Contact a Program Officer 2.Right mechanism for you 36

37 Take home points 1.Contact a Program Officer 2.Right mechanism for you 3. Think about transition early 37 Questions? Contact Beth Babecki


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