Below are the documents and links with information relevant to grants, contracts and funding opportunities:
Department of Pediatrics Submission Policy:
All funding proposals must be complete, reviewed, and approved by the appropriate pediatric sections ten full business days prior to the sponsor's deadline (five full business days prior to the SPO deadline). Proposals submitted that do not contain all the required components are considered incomplete and may be returned to the PI or section for corrections.
Sample SF 424 R01 Application with Pediatric Specific Information: The attached SF 424sample application is for instructional purposes only. This sample application provides:
Basic institutional and departmental information that should be included on all SF 424 applications submitted by investigators in the Department of Pediatrics
Sample Research & Related Budget Component and Modular Budget Component: Please note that only one budget component type should be used per application. Please refer to the RFA or PA for information regarding the specific budget component to be used.
Subrecipient/Collaborator Form- for non-BCM employees, which may include but is not limited to Co-Investigators, Collaborator Investigators, Significant Contributors, Coordinators, and Consultants who are paid or unpaid, and any other individual responsible for conducting, designing or reporting the research for which funding is sought.
Subrecipient/Collaborator Institution Letter - Subrecipients, collaborators, etc. at other institutions may provide an institution letter stating that they have a conflict of interest policy that conforms to the requirements fo all applicable regulations, including, but not limited to those set forth in 45 CFR Part 94 and 42 CFR Part 50, Subpart F, and that within 30 days, the subrecipient institution will report to BCM as the primary awardee institution, any subrecipient's identified FCOI related to the award.
Travel Document - Investigators must disclose the occurrence of any reimbursed or sponsored travel (i.e., that which is paid on behalf of the investigator and not reimbursed to the investigator so that the exact monetary value may not be readily available) related to the investigator's institutional responsibilities that has occurred within the year.