Objective: To sustain competitively funded research projects that have temporarily lost extramural support.
The Bridge Program provides one-time support to eligible Principal Investigators to assist with re-establishing external funding. A primary objective of the Program is to keep experienced research teams together; thus, priority will be given to retain project staffing temporarily.
Who is Eligible: Bridge support is intended for those Principal Investigators who have experienced a significant reduction from extramural sources, and who can reasonably anticipate regaining competitive support in the upcoming year.
Priority is given to those Principal Investigators who meet the following criteria:
• They received continuous extramural funding from peer-reviewed sources during the five years preceding their request.
• They have lost, or will lose most of their extramural funding during the current fiscal year.
• They can reasonably anticipate re-establishing funding.
Consideration will also be given to Principal Investigators who received high scores in the peer-review of a recent federal grant proposal that was not awarded. In this case, evidence of scoring and reviewer comments should be included with the application.
Expense Categories Eligible for Assistance:
Bridge Program support may not be used for:
How to Apply:
Applications should include:
Proposals should be submitted electronically to:
Laura S. Levy, Ph.D.
Vice President for Research
The deadline for submission is Monday, March 21, 2016.
Awards: Awards will be made in consultation with an internal review committee and with academic Deans. Available funding is limited.
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