Attend "on-boarding" session regarding requirements associated with funding and award.
All pilot studies will receive a Research Foundation (RF) Project-Task-Award (PTA) number upon account setup. For any study PIs at Roswell, a subaward agreement will be obtained by UB’s Sponsored Projects Services office.
All pilot studies will receive a monthly expenditure report to ensure funds do not get overspent and that all costs follow the Uniform Guidance Cost Principles and are allowable, reasonable, allocable, and consistent.
All pilot studies will be expected to provide bi-annual progress reports during the award, and at least five years following completion of the project.
All investigators are encouraged to submit findings to an academic peer-reviewed journal or discipline-specific publication within two years of the pilot project end date.
All investigators are encouraged to apply for funding at the next level, including NIH R01 or R21 proposals or similar funding sources within two years of the pilot project end date.
Any pilot studies investigator is expected, if called upon, to serve as reviewer of proposals submitted for pilot studies funding either by UB faculty or in exchange of reviews with other CTSA institutions.