National Institutes of Health

NIH: Molecular Atlas of Lung Development - Data Coordinating Center (DCC ) (U01)

Program Summary

The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute invites cooperative agreement (U01) applications to serve as the Data Coordinating Center (DCC) for the Molecular Atlas of Lung Development Program (LungMAP). The overall goal of this program is to build an open-access reference resource by creating a comprehensive molecular atlas of the late-stage developing lung (human and mouse) with data and reagents available to the research community. The atlas will integrate gene and protein expression profiles, transcriptome, epigenome, and other molecular characterizations with high-resolution anatomical information to provide molecular profiles of functionally or anatomically defined cell types in the developing lung. The DCC will perform data collection, integration, and analysis; develop and maintain the LungMAP database and website; and coordinate research activities of the Human Tissue Core (HTC) and the Research Centers (RCs).
Two separate solicitations seek applications for one HTC (RFA-HL-14-007) and four RCs (RFA-HL-14-008).
Only one application per institution is allowed.  Applications for HTC, RC and DCC may from the same Institution if they have different PD/PI(s).    
Award Information
Cooperative agreement.  One (1) DCC will be funded by this award.  It is estimated that approximately $7.3 million (Total Costs) will be awarded to the DCC over a five year period.  Application budgets are limited to a maximum of $600,000 direct cost for the first year and a maximum of $1 million direct cost for each of the subsequent years. Budgets need to reflect actual needs of the proposed project.  The total project period for an application submitted in response to this funding opportunity may not exceed 5 years.  
Internal Selection Procedure
The Office of the Vice President for Research and the Carver Collge of Medicine have established an internal review procedure to select the UI nominee. Applications will be reviewed according to the sponsor's selection criteria. Consideration will also be given to UI institutional strengths and strategic directions. Potential applicants must submit, using the preselection link below, the following information:
1. A two page CV
2. A description of the proposed project. It should have the following elements:
  • A cover sheet with the project title, your name, department, and campus address, and the title of the program you are responding to.
  • A brief description (no more than three pages in length) of the proposed project that includes the following sponsor-identified review criteria:
    • Overall impact
    • Significance
    • Investigators
    • Innovation
    • Approach
    • Environment
  1. Additional pages may be added for references
  2. Please be sure the project is identified on each page and number the pages.
The above materials must be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24, 2013. The selected nominee will be asked to complete the full application package in accordance with the sponsor's deadline of Wednesday, June 19, 2013.

Proposal Due to OVPRED04/24/2013 Not open for submission deadline passed
Date Due to DSP or UIF06/12/2013
Date Due to Sponsor06/19/2013
Required LOI Due DateN/A
Non-Required LOI Due Date05/19/2013
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