CDMRP PRMRP Investigator-Initiated Research Award for Emerging Viral Diseases and Respiratory Health
US DOD: U.S. Army Medical CommandSuggest an update
Deadline: Jun 12, 2020 8:59pm PDT (Full proposal)
Grant amount: Up to US $2,000,000
Fields of work: Military & Veterans Services Respiratory Diseases & Systems
Applicant type: Organizations
Funding uses: Biomedical
Location of project: Anywhere in the world
Location of residency: Anywhere in the worldView website Save
The PRMRP Investigator-Initiated Research Award is intended to support studies that will make an important contribution toward research and/or patient care in one or more Focus Areas published in this Funding Opportunity for the FY20 PRMRP Topic Areas of Emerging Viral Diseases and/or Respiratory Health. The rationale for a research idea may be derived from a laboratory discovery, population-based studies, a clinician’s first-hand knowledge of patients, or anecdotal data. Applications must include relevant data that support the rationale for the proposed study. These data may be unpublished or from the published literature.
The Investigator-Initiated Research Award is designed to support research with the potential to yield highly impactful data that could lead to critical discoveries or major advancements. The application must clearly demonstrate the project’s potential short-term and long-term outcome(s)/product(s) (knowledge and/or materiel) and how they will impact a critical problem or question in the field of research and/or patient care in one or more Focus Areas published in this funding opportunity for the FY20 PRMRP Topic Area(s) of Emerging Viral Diseases and/or Respiratory Health. Research projects may focus on any phase of research from basic laboratory research through translational research, including preclinical studies in animal models and human subjects, as well as correlative studies associated with an existing clinical trial. Research involving human subjects and human anatomical substances is permitted; however, this award may not be used to conduct clinical trials. For more information on how to distinguish clinical research from clinical trials, see the Human Subject Resource Document.
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