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Grant and Authorship Resources

CCSG Award Details

The following award information can be used for your Other Support document and adjusted for entry in your NIH Biosketch.

2P30CA062203-20 (Van Etten, R.) 9/11/97-1/31/21 X.X calendar
NIH/NCI $1,500,000
Cancer Center Support Grant

The Cancer Center Support Grant provides support for administration and infrastructure for the Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dr. [X] is the [Program Leader, Core Director, etc.] of the [Program, Core, etc].

For Authorship

Acknowledging the Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG) and Shared Resources

All publications, press releases or other documents that cite results from CCSG-supported research, including the use of CCSG-supported Shared Resources and awarded pilot project funding, must acknowledge the CCSG and maintain compliance with NIH Public Access Policy (see below). Example statements are provided below. NIH citation instructions are found here: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/acknow.htm.

CCSG Acknowledgement:

“Research reported in this publication was supported by the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health under award number P30CA062203. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.”

Shared Resources Acknowledgement:

“The authors wish to acknowledge the support of the Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center <SHARED RESOURCE NAME> Shared Resource, supported by the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health under award number P30CA062203. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.”

Public Access

The National Cancer Institute requires all manuscripts accepted for publication that receive direct cost support from the CCSG to be submitted to PubMed Central and be assigned a PubMed Central ID (PMCID). This includes publications that used CCSG-supported Shared Resources, and pilot projects supported by CCSG Developmental Funds. Once obtained, the PMCID must be included at the end of the full citation in applications and reports.

Submission and reporting methods vary by journal, so for guidance please see: http://publicaccess.nih.gov/submit_process.htm

For Grant Applications

Shared Resources Descriptions

Our colleagues at the Cancer Research Institue maintain up-to-date, downloadable descriptions of UC Irvine centers and facilities, including CFCCC-supported Shared Resources, for use in grant applications, as well as guidance for Organism Resource Sharing and Authentication of Key Biological and/or Chemical Resources. To download, please visit: http://cri.bio.uci.edu/research/.

NIH Biosketch Form Sample

Tips for Denoting Cancer Relevance for Non-NCI Grants

Dual (or Secondary) Assignment

Projects that overlap the programmatic priorities of multiple institutes/centers (IC) may request Dual Assignment to a secondary IC in the application cover letter (see: http://goo.gl/7tPm0V).

Click here to download a Cover Letter template

Requesting Dual Assignment does not affect review of the application; it is neutral in terms of evaluation. And while Dual Assignment does not guarantee funding by the secondary IC, it does allow the secondary IC to follow the project through review and subsequent years of support.

As such, applications related to cancer that are to be primarily administered by an IC other than the National Cancer Institute may request Dual Assignment with NCI, which, if granted, would serve to formally record the project’s cancer relevance.

Research Development Resources

Research development support services are available through the Schools of Engineering, Information & Computer Sciences, Physical Sciences, Medicine, and Humanities. Services provided by Research Development Officers include:

  • Identifying funding opportunities
  • Pre-proposal planning and conceptualization
  • Technical editing of all types of proposals (federal, foundation, and internal/limited submissions)
  • Coordinating and supporting preparation of large scale proposals
  • Providing letters of support and help facilitating signatures from appropriate leadership
  • Providing boiler plate material and templates for supporting documents
  • Coordinating pre-reviews of proposals
  • Navigating faculty to funding agencies (federal and non-federal), grant writing workshops, training in Pivot and other funding databases

To find your Research Development Officer, visit: http://dev.research.uci.edu/research-funding/find-your-rdo/index.html.

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