Proposal Setup Questions

Primary sponsor / function agency name
Enter the agency's funding opportunity number or name
NIH proposal
Is this a National Institutes of Health (NIH) or other Public Health Services (PHS) agency proposal?
Please select the NIH Institute to which you are applying, if known
Multiple PIs
Are there multiple PIs? See NIH multiple principal investigators
Enter one investigator per line. For each investigator please provide First name Last name, Institution affiliation, Is new investigator? For definition of new investigators, see NIH new investigators.
Primary organization
Will Wright State University serve as a subaward to another organization?
PLease enter the originating organization(s) name
  • Basic Research is driven purely by curiosity and a desire to expand our knowledge. This type of research tends not to be directly applicable to the real world in a direct way but enhances our understanding of the world around us.
  • Applied Research is a type of research that is used to answer a specific question that has direct applications to the world. This is the type of research that solves a problem and applies the findings.
  • A clinical trial is 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 those interventions on health-related biomedical or behavioral outcomes.
  • Institutional support is expenditures for operations that provide support services to the entire university including executive management, fiscal operations, Human Resources, community relations, university police, etc.
  • Instruction is defined as teaching and training activities funded by grants and contracts from federal or non-federal sponsors. Sponsored Instruction includes agreements, which support curriculum development as well as all types of teaching/training activities, whether offered for credit toward a degree or certificate, on a non-credit basis, or through regular academic departments or by separate divisions, summer school or external division.
  • Public Service refers to separately budgeted revenues and/or expenses (departmental or sponsored) that are designated for activities which are largely (although not always exclusively) noninstructional professional services/non-credit designated course offerings that are beneficial to groups external to the institution. These are services that primarily involve the use of professional knowledge and expertise to assist or serve the interests of individuals and groups in various community sectors. They are typically not activities and services which involve substantial or primary emphasis on the production of research outcomes. Some examples of such public service activities include community health clinics, small business development consulting services, microenterprise consulting services, museum and gallery exhibitions, theatrical and musical entertainment for public audiences, certification of election systems, group facilitation, planning facilitation, conferences, teleconferences, special events open to the public, etc.
  • Student Aid: College work-study programs, fellowships, etc. The sponsor must provide support in the form of graduate student stipend or student wages (if an undergraduate), tuition, and/or student travel.
  • Student services includes funds expended for the administration and operation of offices of admission and registration and those activities whose primary purpose is to contribute to the student's emotional and physical well-being, as well their cultural and social development outside the context of the formal instruction program.
  • Academic Support is college level support. Academic support includes activities that are an integral part of the operations of one of the institutions primary missions - instruction, research, and public service. It includes the retention, preservation and display of materials and the provision of services that directly assist the academic functions of the institution.
Project location
Please select the location of the majority (>51%) of the Wright State University work effort
Name and address of off-campus location
Please provide a 1-2 sentence abstract in LAYMAN'S TERMS no longer than 30 words describing the purpose of your project for the Board of Trustees Report
Technical project summary/abstract
Please attach the entire technical project summary/abstract.
Files must be less than 12 MB.
Allowed file types: txt rtf pdf doc docx odt ppt pptx odp xls xlsx ods pub.
Attachments
Please attach any other applicable attachments for proposal routing.
Files must be less than 12 MB.
Allowed file types: txt rtf pdf doc docx odt ppt pptx odp xls xlsx ods.
Files must be less than 12 MB.
Allowed file types: txt rtf pdf doc docx odt ppt pptx odp xls xlsx ods pub.
Files must be less than 12 MB.
Allowed file types: txt rtf pdf doc docx odt ppt pptx odp xls xlsx ods pub.
Files must be less than 12 MB.
Allowed file types: txt rtf pdf doc docx odt ppt pptx odp xls xlsx ods pub.
Please enter the proposal submission deadline date
Subawards
Will your project include subrecipients (subawards/subcontracts) in the budget?
Enter one recipient per line. For each recipient please provide First name Last name, Institution affiliation, Role
For Role, please enter a value from this list
  • PD/PI
  • Co-PD/PI
  • Faculty
  • Post-doctoral
  • Post-doctoral associate
  • Other professional
  • Graduate student
  • Undergraduate student
  • Technician
  • Consultant
  • Co-investigator
  • Other
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Will your budget include cost share?
Compliance
For each protocol, please enter all four values, type, status, protocol #, and approval date.
Wright State University personnel

In the following table, list ALL personnel.
Under Wright State policy, an investigator is anyone who is involved in the design, conduct or reporting of research. This includes: PI, PD, Co-I, collaborators, staff, fellows, residents, students, subgrantees, contractors, and/or consultants.

Enter one person per line. For each person please provide First name Last name, Institution affiliation, Role, Is investigator? For definition of investigators, see WSU investigators.
For Role, please enter a value from this list
  • PD/PI
  • Co-PD/PI
  • Faculty
  • Post-doctoral
  • Post-doctoral associate
  • Other professional
  • Graduate student
  • Undergraduate student
  • Technician
  • Consultant
  • Co-investigator
  • Other (please specify)
If Role is Other, please specify.

 

Wright State University is required to have documentation of current Annual Disclosure of Significant Financial Interests (SFIs) on file for ALL project personnel involved in the design, conduct, or reporting of research. This includes: PI, PD, Co-I, collaborators, staff, fellows, residents, students, subgrantees, contractors, and/or consultants. If the proposal is a Public Health Services (PHS) proposal, we cannot submit the proposal until these disclosures are completed. The form is available in the RSP Gateway under the external interests tab. For assistance accessing or completing the disclosure, call Mandy Karper at 937-775-3332.

If this is a research project, will the personnel include any graduate research assistants?
Consultants / collaborators
Will your project include consultants / collaborators (other than subcontractors)?
Enter one consultant per line. For each consultant please provide First name Last name, Institution affiliation, Role
For Role, please enter a value from this list
  • PD/PI
  • Co-PD/PI
  • Faculty
  • Post-doctoral
  • Post-doctoral associate
  • Other professional
  • Graduate student
  • Undergraduate student
  • Technician
  • Consultant
  • Co-investigator
  • Other

 

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