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Below are the recently released Fiscal Year 2024 (FY24) pre-announcements for Department of Defense (DOD) programs managed by the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP).

 

The FY24 Defense Appropriations Bill has not been signed into law. Although FY24 funds have not been appropriated, CDMRP is providing the information in the following pre-announcements to allow investigators time to plan and develop ideas for submission to anticipated FY24 funding opportunities. These pre-annoucements should not be construed as an obligation by the government.

 

FY24 pre-announcements released:
The Melanoma Research Program (MRP) released a pre-announcement for the following anticipated funding opportunities:

·        Survivorship and Patient Wellness Research Award **NEW for FY24!**

·        Focused Program Award – Rare Melanomas

·        Idea Award

·        Melanoma Academy Scholar Award

·        Team Science Award

 

        To view the MRP pre-announcement, visit https://cdmrp.health.mil/pubs/press/2024/24mrppreann

The Prostate Cancer Research Program (PCRP) released a pre-announcement for the following anticipated funding opportunities:

·        Implementation Science Award **NEW for FY24!**

·        Data Science Award

·        Early Investigator Research Award

·        Exploration-Hypothesis Development Award

·        Idea Development Award

·        Physician Research Award

 

        To view the PCRP pre-announcement, visit https://cdmrp.health.mil/pubs/press/2024/24pcrppreann

The FY24 Spinal Cord Injury Research Program (SCIRP) released a pre-announcement for the following funding opportunities:

·        Clinical Trial Award

·        Clinical Translation Research Award

·        Translational Research Award

·        Investigator-Initiated Research Award

Early-Career Partnering Principal Investigator (PI) Option:  For all FY24 SCIRP funding opportunities, the program anticipates continuing to offer an Early Career Partnering PI option in an effort to promote enhanced research capacity within the SCI field.  This option is structured to accommodate two PIs who will work together on a single research project, but each will be named to separate individual awards within the recipient organization(s).  To exercise this option, at least one of the PIs must be an early-career investigator with at least 3 years research experience (independent or non-independent) beyond a terminal degree but no more than 7 years within their first faculty appointment, or equivalent independent research position.  Applications that employ the Early Career Partnering PI option are subject to a larger direct cost maximum and may divide budgetary costs across the two awards as appropriate for their separate efforts toward the research project proposed.

 

        To view the SCIRP pre-announcement, visit https://cdmrp.health.mil/pubs/press/2024/24scirppreann

The Traumatic Brain Injury and Psychological Health Research Program has released a pre-announcement for the following anticipated funding opportunities:

·        Clinical Trial Award

·        Emerging Research Award *New for FY24

·        Focused Program Award

·        Health Services Research Award

·        Translational Research Award

 

        To view the pre-announcement, visit https://cdmrp.health.mil/pubs/press/2024/24tbiphrppreann

The FY24 Peer Reviewed Orthopaedic Research Program (PRORP) released a pre-announcement for the following funding opportunities:

·        Applied Research Award

·        Clinical Translational Research Award

·        Clinical Trial Award

·        Women’s Health Research Award *New for F24*

 

        To view the pre-announcement, visit https://cdmrp.health.mil/pubs/press/2024/24prorppreann

 

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