Sylvester NIH Funding Program
The Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center is implementing the Sylvester NIH Funding Program to help support cancer related research. The program will provide supplemental funding to principal investigators who have scored within the fundable range of the NIH Scoring System described below.
Types of Funding Requests
NCI Supplemental Funding
- NCI R01 Continuation (Type II A0): Applications with a percentile of 30 and lower receive funding of $120,000
- NCI R01 New (Type I A0): Applications with a percentile of 25 and lower receive funding of $100,000
- Multiple PI NCI Applications: Will receive up to twice the amount of funding from the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center
NIH Cancer-Related Supplemental Funding
- NIH R01 Continuation, cancer-related (Type II A0): Applications with a percentile of 25 and lower receive funding of $100,000
- NIH R01 New, cancer-related (Type I A0): Applications with a percentile of 20 and lower receive $80,000
- Multiple PI NIH, cancer-related applications/awards: Will receive up to twice the amount of funding from the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center
- Only Cancer Center members may apply
- Application must be cancer-related
- Only 2 projects can be funded within a four year period
For application instructions, guidelines and additional information, please contact:
American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant Projects 2016
The American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant Pilot Projects Grant provides funds for meritorious cancer research that cannot be readily supported through other funding mechanisms. The primary purpose of the ACS IRG is to provide seed funds for the initiation of promising new projects or novel ideas by junior faculty members that do not have external grant support.
Eligibility: Applicants should have less than six years of experience in an independent research position or faculty appointment and must not currently hold any peer-reviewed funding. Senior faculty and postdoctoral fellows are not eligible to apply.
Application Deadline: April 30, 2016
For application, guidelines and additional information, please contact:
Florida Academic Cancer Center Alliance (FACCA) Research Development Program 2016
The Florida Academic Cancer Center Alliance (FACCA) invites investigators to apply for pilot funding for collaborative projects. Projects must involve Co-Principal Investigators from at least 2 of the 3 Florida Cancer Centers (Moffitt Cancer Center, UF Health Cancer Center, and Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center). These pilots should ultimately result in collaborative extramural grant applications/awards and/or clinical research studies.
Faculty members are limited to only one application submission as Co-Principal Investigator, per cycle. However, faculty members may be listed as co-investigators and collaborators on additional applications.
Budgets are $50,000/collaborating center per project. Thus, a collaborative project with two centers will be funded in total for $100,000, or for all three centers at $150,000. Awards will be made for a term of twelve months, during which time all funds should be expended. This opportunity is open to all Faculty ranks (Assistant, Associate, or full Professor, or Assistant, Associate, or Senior Member.)
Proposals must be for new project funding and cannot be continuations or extensions of existing funded grants.
- Letter of Intent (required): April 1, 2016
- Full Application: May 2, 2016
- Award Announcements: June 1, 2016
- Project Start Date: July 1, 2016
For application, guidelines and a listing of expertise at each of the three centers, please contact:
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