ATIP Grant Program FOA
2022 - 2023 Accelerated Translational Incubator Pilot (ATIP) Grant Program Funding Opportunity Announcement
The University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) is pleased to announce the sixth round of the UMB ICTR Accelerated Translational Incubator Pilot (ATIP) Grant competition to provide funds for projects focused on innovative, translational research that involve faculty from the UMB Schools of Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, or Social Work; UMBC, UMCP, and UMB-community partnerships.
Funding is provided through UMB’s and Johns Hopkins University’s (JHU) partnership in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences’ (NCATS) Clinical & Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Program, grant number 1UL1TR003098 or through the UMB ICTR internal funding mechanism.
|Deadlines:||ATIP Application – Friday, November 12, 2021, 5 pm (Eastern Time)|
|Eligibility:||Faculty at the level of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor from the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB), University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), and University of Maryland, College Park (UMCP)|
|Budget:||Up to $35,000 in Direct Costs (no indirects)|
May 1, 2022 – April 30, 2023; Awardees Announced End of January 2022
Please review carefully! Applications not responsive to the FOA will not be reviewed.
Three types of Proposals Accepted
ICTR Innovative Collaboration Pilot Grant - Aims to stimulate innovative collaborations among faculty of the UMB Schools of Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Social Work, UMBC, UMB, and UMCP that will involve research along the translational continuum.
ICTR Artificial Intelligence/Cybersecurity/Machine Learning Pilot Grant - Aims to support new or existing clinical and translational research collaborations between UMB, UMBC, and UMCP faculty that will test transformative projects that improve healthcare.
ICTR Community-Engaged Research Pilot Grant - Aims to support new or existing collaborations between UMB, UMBC, and UMCP faculty and a community partner from the greater Baltimore area that will test innovations that address health problems through community-engaged implementation.
Required Templates and Electronic Application Link
1. REQUIRED TEMPLATES
2. KEY PERSONNEL AND REVIEWER INFORMATION NEEDED
Collect the information in the forms below for each reviewer you select and for each person listed on your project. You will need to enter the information collected in the forms into your ATIP electronic application. You WILL NOT be able to upload these forms.
3. ELECTRONIC APPLICATION LINK
DO NOT initiate electronic application until the RFA and templates are carefully reviewed!
UMB applicants: Use your UMID to access the electonic application HERE.
UMBC and UMCP applicants: Please request an application HERE or paste this URL in browser https://rs.igs.umaryland.edu/surveys/?s=TFXHYDRCPF (created in REDCap). In your request, please provide the following information:
Best contact number
ATIP funding opportunity you wish to apply for
ICTR Innovative Collaboration Pilot Grant, or
ICTR Artificial Intelligence/Cybersecurity/Machine Learning Pilot Grant, or
ICTR Community-Engaged Research Pilot Grant
UMB Co-PI name
Once your request is submitted, you will receive an ICTR-Navigator@umaryland.edu email with a link to the application. Please email the ICTR Navigator if you do not receive the application link within 3 business days. Please make sure to request application in time to allow for a complete application submission. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
IMPORTANT! ADDITIONAL NIH NCATS APPROVAL REQUIREMENTS!
Awarded projects designated for the NIH NCATS funding mechanism will have additional document requirements, such as training certificates and biosketches/resumes of all study team members. The UMB ATIP Navigator will contact you regarding the additional documents. After receipt of the required documents and approvals, the NIH NCATS may take up to 30 days to review and approve funding release for the project. Delays will shorten the funding period correspondingly. Common causes of delays:
- Title of project does not match IRB or IACUC letters
- IRB protocol and ATIP project information provided do not match. Example: recruitment and retention plans do not match.
- PI of IRB does not match ATIP PI or Co-PI
- ATIP PI or Co-PI not noted on the IACUC approval letter
- Team members on IRB do not match Team members on ATIP application
- Training certificates nearing expiration
- Salary, supply, and service budgets not fully itemized
ATIP Grant Program News
For lists of prior awardees and news, please visit ATIP Grant Program News
Information on this web page last updated: 9/27/2021, 12:57 pm