DoD Lung Cancer, Clinical Translational Research Partnership Award


Funding Opportunity ID: 331766
Opportunity Number: W81XWH-21-LCRP-CTRPA
Opportunity Title: DoD Lung Cancer, Clinical Translational Research Partnership Award
Opportunity Category: Discretionary
Opportunity Category Explanation:
Funding Instrument Type: Cooperative Agreement
Category of Funding Activity: Science and Technology and other Research and Development
Category Explanation:
CFDA Number(s): 12.420
Eligible Applicants: Unrestricted (i.e., open to any type of entity above), subject to any clarification in text field entitled “Additional Information on Eligibility”
Additional Information on Eligibility:
Agency Code: DOD-AMRAA
Agency Name: Department of Defense
Dept. of the Army — USAMRAA
Posted Date: Feb 26, 2021
Close Date: Jul 28, 2021
Last Updated Date: Feb 26, 2021
Award Ceiling: $0
Award Floor: $0
Estimated Total Program Funding: $3,800,000
Expected Number of Awards: 2
Description: The FY21 LCRP Clinical Translational Research Partnership Award mechanism supports partnerships between clinicians and research scientists that will accelerate the movement of promising ideas in lung cancer into clinical applications. This award supports the development of translational research collaborations between two independent, faculty-level (or equivalent) investigators to address a critical problem or question in lung cancer in a manner that would be less readily achievable through separate efforts. One partner in the collaboration must be a research scientist and the other must be a clinician. In addition, one partner in the collaboration is strongly encouraged to be an active duty Service member or Federal employee from a Department of Defense (DoD) military treatment facility or laboratory, or a Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) medical center or research laboratory. It should be clear that both have had equal intellectual input into the design of the research project. Multi-institutional partnerships are encouraged but not required. At least one member of the partnership must have experience either in lung cancer research or lung cancer patient care. A proposed project in which the clinical partner merely supplies tissue samples or access to patients will not meet the intent of this award mechanism. This mechanism is intended to support a pilot, proof-of-principle, or early-phase clinical trial and associated correlative science. A clinical trial is defined as a research study in which one or more human subjects are prospectively assigned to one or more interventions (which may include placebo or other control) to evaluate the effects of interventions on biomedical or behavioral health-related outcomes. It is expected that the proposed trial will have a well- developed rationale, strong preliminary data, trial methodology, and execution plan. Any proposed preclinical studies in addition to the trial should be appropriately justified as to its necessity to inform and interpret trial results and the correlative science. If the proposed research would ultimately require U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Investigational New Drug (IND) and/or Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) submission, applications must demonstrate availability of, and access to, clinical reagents (e.g., therapeutic molecules) and patient population(s). Consumer advocate involvement in the application is strongly encouraged. As part of the research team, the consumer advocate would assist in the development of the research question, project design, oversight, recruitment, and evaluation, as well as other significant aspects of the proposed project. As a lay representative, the consumer advocate should be an individual who has been diagnosed with lung cancer and is active in a lung cancer advocacy organization. The consumer advocate role should be focused on providing objective input on the research and its potential impact for individuals with, or at risk for, lung cancer. The success of the project must be supported by the unique skills and contributions of each partner. The proposed study must include clearly stated plans for interactions between the Principal Investigators (PIs) and institutions involved. The plans must include communication, coordination of research progress and results, and data transfer. Additionally, multi-institutional applications must provide an intellectual property plan to resolve potential intellectual and material property issues and to remove institutional barriers that might interfere with achieving high levels of cooperation to ensure the successful completion of this award. The Clinical Translational Research Partnership Award mechanism requires two PIs. One PI will be identified as the Initiating PI and will be responsible for the majority of the administrative tasks associated with application submission. The other PI will be identified as the Partnering PI. Both PIs should contribute significantly to the development of the proposed research project, including the Project Narrative, Statement of Work (SOW), and other required components. If recommended for funding, each PI will be named to an individual award within the recipient organization. For individual submission requirements for the Initiating and Partnering PIs refer to Section II.D.2, Content and Form of the Application Submission.
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