What Grantees Need to Know
If you are an awardee or are applying to a Funding Opportunity Announcement (NOFO) or Contract Solicitation Announcement that requires Data Management Plan (DMP), use the DMP template below to create the DMP and update it annually.
CDC uses the SF424 and has adopted the SF424 (R&R) Application Guide located at this Web site: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/how-to-apply-application-guide.htm
For general information on SF424 (R&R) Application and Electronic Submission, see the following Web sites: SF424 (R&R) Application and Electronic Submission Information, respectively.
https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/applicants/apply- for- grants.html
You do not need IRB approval when you submit your application. However, if you receive an award, a portion of your funds will be restricted until all of your IRB assurances are in place.
Your application will be evaluated ﬁrst for eligibility and responsiveness by the Oﬃce of Grants Services and NCIPC ERPO, respectively. If accepted, your application will move to scientiﬁc and technical merit by an external peer review panel convened by NCIPC. Applications judged to have technical and scientiﬁc merit then undergo a secondary review for programmatic relevance to NCIPC priorities and other considerations. The secondary review will be conducted by the Board of Scientiﬁc Counselors or a Senior Advisory Panel in accordance with CDC Peer Review Policy. The NCIPC Director will make ﬁnal funding decisions based on the results of the primary review, the relevance and balance of proposed research relative to NCIPC programs and priorities, and the avoidance of unwarranted duplication of federally funded research.
Research Funding Opportunities
The Injury Center offers grants to assist other health-related and research organizations that contribute to our mission through health information dissemination, preventions, and research.Learn More
The main diﬀerence between a grant and cooperative agreement is the level of NCIPC’s involvement. For a grant, NCIPC is not substantially involved in the execution of the research. For a cooperative agreement, NCIPC may have substantial involvement. The amount of involvement by NCIPC in a cooperative agreement will be speciﬁed in the program announcement.
You are encouraged to submit only one application in response to a particular program announcement. With few exceptions (e.g., research issues needing immediate public health attention), only one application per principal investigator will be funded per program announcement.
Yes, there are no restrictions on the number of program announcements to which a principal investigator can apply.
Yes, you can apply for NCIPC to fund research that is partially funded by another source. However, the proposed research needs to be diﬀerent than that which is already funded; NCIPC will not pay for duplicate research.
You may resubmit your application provided the proposed research meets the research objectives of a new program announcement. The research objectives of the program announcements change from year to year, so it is important that your application meets the current objectives. A resubmitted application will not receive any special treatment. It is possible to improve your chances of success if you consider the weaknesses and limitations addressed in your summary statement from your peer reviewed application.
Please visit www.cdc.gov/injury/researchpriorities to learn more about NCIPC’s research priorities.
This document describes the Injury Center’s Research needs and priorities.
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