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  • Small Grant Program
  • Pilot Grant Program
  • Supplemental Grant Program

Research Funding Opportunities

Under the direction of the Developmental Core, the Emory CFAR releases several funding mechanisms on an annual basis. Applications should promote innovative and high-impact HIV research that aligns with the NIH HIV Research priority areas. The following research funding opportunities are tailored to specific needs of early career HIV investigators and independent investigators who are new to HIV research:

  • Small Grant Program

Mechanism

OPPORTUNITY AWARDS

How to Apply

Please complete this application form to apply for this small grant opportunities. If you have questions about the form and/or this small grants mechanism, If you have questions about the form and/or either ramp-up mechanism, please email Galina Terbova before hitting “submit.”

Deadlines

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

  • CFAR-Series Pilot Grant Program:

Mechanisms

CFAR-03

  • Pilot grant funding to generate data for an NIH application.
  • Target applicants: early stage investigators and independent investigators who are new to HIV research at Emory University
  • DOWNLOAD CFAR-03 RFA >

CFAR-K

  • Pilot grant funding to fill or extend research funding for an active NIH K award.
  • Target applicants: NIH-K awardees at Emory University
  • DOWNLOAD CFAR-K RFA >

CFAR-HBCU

  • Pilot grant funding to promote HIV research collaborations between faculty at local HBCUs and Emory University
  • Target applicants: early stage and mid-career investigators at Atlanta-area HBCUs
  • RFA is currently under review.

How to Apply

Please see the RFAs above for details on how to apply, noting that links to CFAR-Series application preparation and review materials can be found below. If you are interested in applying, email Galina Terbova.

A pilot application information session for all interested CFAR-Series applicants is held annually. Contact Galina Terbova for more information.

Deadlines

Fall Application Cycle

Spring Application Cycle

Letter of Intent

October 1

April 1

Full Application

November 1

November 1

Fall Application Cycle:

  • Letter of Intent:  October 1
  • Full Application:  November 1

Spring Application Cycle

  • Letter of Intent:  April 1
  • Full Application:  November 1

NIH CFAR Supplement Grant Program:

Typically, the NIH CFAR Program Office releases an annual call for NIH CFAR Administrative Supplements and/or NIH CFAR Special Supplements (Ending the HIV Epidemic, etc). The topics are determined by the NIH. Likewise, the funding amounts vary but are typically $100-200K for an one-year project.

Please check back for more information. If you have questions about this mechanism, please email Shelle Bryant before clicking “submit.”

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Acknowledge the CFAR

Funding from NIH for the CFAR is contingent on our continued demonstration that the CFAR is providing ‘value added’ to the conduct of HIV/AIDS research.  If you received assistance of any kind from the CFAR (e.g. consultation, services, materials, access to equipment or space, training, or funding), please acknowledge it in your publications and presentations.

CLICK HERE TO LEARN HOW TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE CFAR >

Contact Us

Center for AIDS Research at Emory University
1518 Clifton Rd, NE
Suite 8050
Mailstop: 1518-002-8BB
Atlanta, GA 30322-4201
404.727.2924  |  cfaradmin@emory.edu

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