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Title: DC Office for Research Advancement


1
DC Office for Research Advancement
Developing and Submitting a DOD Grant
Application (or where is the 80B in FY2010 DOD
RDTE Funding, especially the 1.8B in basic
research, and how do I tap this resource?)
Dr. James S. Murday Tel 202 824 5863 E-mail
murday_at_usc.edu Ex 40 years in DOD ST with
NRL/ONR/OSD
2
DC Office for Research Advancement
Developing and Submitting a DOD Grant
Application (or where is the 80B in FY2010 DOD
RDTD Funding, especially the 1.8B in basic
research, and how do I tap this resource?)
CDMRP has about an additional 0.6B
Dr. James S. Murday Tel 202 824 5863 E-mail
murday_at_usc.edu Ex 40 years in DOD ST with
NRL/ONR/OSD
3
DC Office Organization
Vice Provost Research Advancement Randolph
Hall
Executive Director Steven Moldin
Social Science Leora Rosen
Science Writer Sarah Michaud
Biological Sciences Steven Moldin
Physical Sciences James Murday
Office Manager Natasha Walker
Project Specialist Ashley Gordon
Project Specialist Colette Alexander
Program Manager Richard May
4
DC Research Advancement Office Services
  • Research Funding
  • Research initiative alerts
  • Collaborations across schools, other institutions
  • Federal funding agency advocacy
  • Strategically targeted activities
  • Application preparation/scientific contribution
  • Visibility/Prestige
  • (Inter)national conferences / workshops
  • Strategic partnerships
  • Advisory/planning committees
  • Faculty Development
  • Grant-writing courses
  • Talks staff from DC Office, federal funding
    agencies
  • Faculty recruitment

5
Federal Obligations (B) for Basic Research at
Universities and Colleges
6
NASA Research Opportunities - FY2010NSPIRES
  • Science Mission Directorate
  • Research Opportunities in Space and Earth
    Sciences ROSES
  • Heliophysics 179M
  • Astrophysics 152M
  • Earth Science 398M
  • Planetary Science 162M
  • Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate
  • Research Opportunities in Aeronautics ROA
    228M
  • Aeronautics Research generates the innovative
    concepts, tools and
  • technologies that will enable revolutionary
    advances in future aircraft
  • Exploration Systems Directorate
  • Human Research Program 152M
  • Two joint NASA/ National Space Biomedical
    Research Institute (NSBRI)
  • research solicitations in support of space
    exploration, focused on health
  • effects from space radiation and human
    physiological changes associated
  • with exploration.

7
DOD Funding Information Available from the DC
Res Adv Office
  • FY10 DOD project growth projection
  • Succinct summary (4 page) of DOD research
    investment opportunities
  • DOD Funding Charts (150) - available on
    website
  • Various resources plans, workshops,
    presentations available on website

To get copies of these charts, pertinent reports
and other reference information go
to http//dcresadv.usc.edu/archives/index.html use
r name DCresadv password Trojan1
8
Index to Charts Guidance to Defense/Security
Funding
Chart s Topic 2-7 USC DC Office
Assets 8-11 Other Security Opportunities DHS,
Intelligence Community 12-74 Defense Research
Science Line (DRS, 6.1) 12-15 Overview
16-31 By Academic Disciplines 32-38
By Army 39-43 By Air Force 44-52
By Navy / Marine Corps 53-74 By
DARPA 75-108 Other DOD Budget Lines for Basic
Research 76-78 By DTRA 79 By
CBDP 80-81 By High Energy Laser (HEL)
82-84 By University Research Initiative
(URI, including MURI, DURIP) 85-96
By Congressionally Directed Medical Research
Program (CDMRP) 97-108 By Miscellaneous
(SERDP, ESTCP, SBIR, MINERVA,.) 109-119 Student
/ Faculty Education Opportunities YIP, 110
NSSEFF, 124 125-128 Pointers for Successful DOD
ST Funding 129 Supplementary Information
To get copies of these charts, pertinent reports
and other reference information go
to http//dcresadv.usc.edu/archives/index.html use
r name DCresadv password Trojan1
9
FY2010 DOD Basic Research (6.1, M)
DRS URI Other Army 173 88 96 Univ
Ind Res Ctr Navy 414 99 Air
Force 321 132 13 High Energy
Laser DARPA 226 CBDP 59 DTRA
49 NDEP 90 DMRDP
97 HSCBM 9 Appl Res (6.2)
12 Adv Technol (6.3) CDMRP
600?
DRS Defense Research Sciences CDMRP
Congressionally Directed Medical Research
Program CBDP Chemical / Biological Defense
Program DTRA Defense Threat Reduction
Agency NDEP National Defense Education
Program DMRDP Defense Medical Research and
Development Program URI University Research
Initiative HSCBM Human Social Cultural
Behavioral Modeling CDMRP is a Congressional add
and is largely appropriated in Title VI Defense
Health Programs, Research and Development, not
in Title IV RDTE. ST funding goals can be
found in the Research and Development Descriptive
Summaries (RDDS) at http//www.dod.mil/comptrol
ler/defbudget/fy2010/index.html
10
Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program
(CDMRP)
cdmrp.army.mil/
11
Congressionally Directed Medical Research
Program Deployment Related Medical Research
Program cdmrp.army.mil
What Research Programs included in the FY09
CDMRP are (M) 150 Breast Cancer Research
112 Orthopaedic 92 Deployment Related 80
Prostate Cancer Research 50 Peer Reviewed
Medical Research (see chart for allowed 2009
topics) 41 TBI and Psychological Health
35 Spinal Cord Medical Research and Treatment
20 Lung Cancer Research 20 Ovarian Cancer
Research 16 Cancer skin, pediatric brain,
genetic, non-invasive ablation treatment 10
Neurofibromatosis Research 8 Autism
Research 6 Tuberous Sclerosis Complex
Research 8 Gulf War Illness Research
5 Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis 5 Bone
Marrow Failure 5 Multiple Sclerosis
2 Genetic Studies of Food Allergies Proposals
undergo two stage review - peer, then program How
Much 1-5 year grants, average of 150K/yr
(direct) If multiyear funded, all funds come
from the FY09 appropriation When Various see
website program announcements Where Proposal
submission to be done via grants.gov
FY09 600M
12
Illustration of a CDMRP Program
Announcement CDMRP Breast Cancer Research
Program (BCRP)
Award Category FY08 awards PreApplication date
Application date (anticipated) Up to 2
year grant lifetime Synergistic Idea 20 _at_
500K 16 Apr 2008 7 May Up to 3 year
grant lifetime Idea 60 _at_ 375K 16
Apr 2008 7 May Era of Hope PD 13 _at_
270K 27 Mar 2008 19 Jun Up to 4 year
grant lifetime HBCU/MI Partnership Train 4 _at_
1M 27 Mar 2008 19 Jun Up to 5 year grant
lifetime Innovator 3 _at_ 5M 27 Mar
2009 19 Jun Era of Hope Scholar 4 _at_
2.5M 27 Mar 2008 19 Jun Idea (with
population base) _at_ 650K 16 Apr
2008 7 May Impact 2 _at_ 5M 16
Apr 2008 7 May Synergistic Idea (with pop)
_at_ 850K 16 Apr 2008 7
May Clinical Translation 3 _at_ 3M 27
Mar 2008 19 Jun Cited award funding is direct
cost indirect cost added as appropriate Where h
ttp//cdmrp.army.mil/bcrp/default.htm Includes
listing of prior award winners
13
CDMRP Historical Funding / Success Rates
Research Program FYs Amount (M) Prop Prop
for Research Rcvd Funded Breast
Cancer 9208 1919 38156 5511
14 Neurofibromatosis 9608 166
871 223 26 Prostate Cancer 9708
780 9743 2013 21 Ovarian Cancer 9708
106 2023 187 9
Peer-Reviewed Med Res 9906,08 339
3179 282 9 Chronic Myelogenous
Leukemia 0206 19 252 61
24 Prion Diseases 2002 37 136
38 28 Tuberous Sclerosis 0206,08
15 228 57 25 Myeloproliferative
Disorders 2004 4 18 9
50 Gulf War Illness 2006,08 13
63 21 33 Autism 2007-08
12 391 35 9 Amyotrophic Lateral
Sclerosis 2007 4 21 3
14 Psychological Health/TBI 2007 277
2,110 201 10 Institutionally Based
Programs 9508 367 260 221
85 TOTALS   4,198 59,318 8,996 15

Totals include programs left out due to no recent
(post 2000) or sporadic activity
14
Selected USC Awardees from CDMRP
  • Breast Cancer
  • 2004 Innovator Malcolm Pike
  • 2006 Idea Amy Lee
  • 2006 Concept Young Kwon Hong, Nouri Neamati,
    Amy Lee
  • 2007 Era of Hope Scholar Christopher Haiman
  • 2008 Concept Woojin An
  • Ovarian Cancer
  • 2006 Idea Development Francis Markland
  • 2006 Idea Development Nouri Neamati
  • 2008 Consortium Development Louis Dubeau
  • Prostate Cancer
  • 2004 Idea Development Baruch Frenkel
  • 2004 Idea Development Gerhard Coetzee
  • 2004 Clinical Trial Parvesh Kumar
  • 2005 Idea Development Jacek Pinski
  • 2005 Idea Development Myles Cockburn
  • 2006 Clinical Trial Parvesh Kumar
  • 2006 Exploration Hypothesis Develop Shao-Yao
    Ying
  • 2006 Physician Research Training Amir Goldkorn


15
Chemical / Biological Defense Program www.jpeocbd.
osd.mil/
What Joint Service core research program for
chemical and biological (CB) defense (medical
and physical sciences) Chemical/Biological Tech
(non-medical) (35M in FY10) Nanoscience Bio
science Information Science Cognition
Science Integration Medical Chemical Defense
(therapeutic) (6M in FY10) Respiratory and
Systemic Cutaneous and Ocular Neurological T
oxicology - non traditional agents and other
agents Medical Biological Defense (17M
in FY10) Transformational Medical Technologies
Initiative (TMTI) Diagnostic Technology Vaccin
e research and technology Therapeutic
viral, toxin, bacterial When see BAAs (
www.dtra.mil/be/business_opp/procurement/acq_proco
pp.cfm ) Where through DTRA Chem/Bio
Directorate HDTRA1-CBMEDICAL-TMTI-BAA Oct
2007
FY10 6.1 59M 6.2 209
15
16
Defense Threat Reduction Agency
(DTRA) www.dtra.mil
What Exploring new and innovative research for
combating or countering weapons of mass
destruction (WMD) - topics topics announced
in Sep 2009 for the Nov 09 white papers How
much 18M in FY09 250K/yr for single
investigator, 500K/yr multiple inv When See
HDTRA1-08-10-BRCWMD-BAA Period 4 Period
5 White paper (required) 2 Nov 2009 12
May 2010 Full proposal (invited) 24 Feb
2010 28 Jul 2010 Where http//www.dtra.mil/baa
/index.cfm
FY10 6.1 48M 6.2 219
16
17
Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) Period 4
Topics
Topic Per4-A Charge Collection and Photon
Conversion for Radiation Sensing Topic Per4-B
Post-Detonation Radiological and Nuclear
Forensics Topic Per4-C Advanced Methods and
Algorithms to Support Course of Action Analysis
of Terrorists Seeking to Acquire and Use
CBRNE Topic Per4-D Advancing Knowledge of
Network Theory for Network Analysis and Response
to Attacks Topic Per4-E
Self-Healing Radiation Shielding Materials Topic
Per4-F Novel Materials for Unattended Sensing
to Support Future Treaties Topic Per4-G
Nanoscale Radiation Indicators Topic Per4-H
Improved Surface and Interfacial Analytical
Methods for Chemical and Biological
Detection Topic Per4-I Identification and
characterization of bacterial metabolic enzymes
and pathways Topic Per4-J Mechanisms of
virulence changes during in vivo passage of viral
pathogens Young Investigator Per4-Y-1 Charge
Collection and Photon Conversion for Radiation
Sensing Per4-Y-2 Post-Detonation Radiological
and Nuclear Forensics Per4-Y-3 Advancing
Knowledge of Network Theory for Network Analysis
and Response to Attacks Per4-Y-4 Self-Healing
Radiation Shielding Materials Per4-Y-5 Novel
Materials for Unattended Sensing to Support
Future Treaties Per4-Y-6 Nanoscale Radiation
Indicators Per4-Y-7 Reactive, Energetic or
Biological Materials for Bio-Agent Defeat
18
Defense Research Sciences (DRS)
What Largest source of DOD funding for
University research Majority invested in single
investigator efforts (as opposed to URI) OXR
DRS Broad Area Announcements (BAA) are relatively
generic OXR Program Officer (PO) key to success
(presuming convincing proposal) Each PO has
focused interests, coupling science with some
military need Each Service has specifically
identified program interests (websites and
BRP) How Much typically 100 200K/yr for
three years (with continuation possible) OXR
programs typically have 20 turn over each
year When Initial white paper useful
(sometimes required) Proposals nominally
anytime, but spring/early summer to be
timely Most funding decisions processed in fall,
early winter after appropriation
bill Where Mix of paper and electronic
(grants.gov), see for instance http//www.onr.nav
y.mil/02/proposal_procedure.asp
FY10 Army 173M Air Force 321 Navy
414 DARPA 226
2008 Basic Research Plan (BRP) at
http//dcresadv.usc.edu/archives/index.html
19
Life Sciences / Biology
Life Sciences - ARO Molecular Genetics
Genomics Micheline Strand 919 549 4343
micheline strand_at_us.army.mil Biochemistry and
Bioengineering Robert Kokoska 919 549 4342
robert.kokoska_at_us.army.mil Microbiology and
Biodegradation Wallace Buchholz 919 549 4230
wallace.buchholz_at_us.army.mil Neurophys
Cognitive Neurosci Elmar Schmeisser 919 549
4318 elmar schmeisser_at_us.army.mil
Mathematics, Information and Life Sciences -
AFOSR Bioenergy Walt Kozumbo 703 696 7720
walter.kozumbo_at_afosr.af.mil Collective
Behavior/Modeling Terence Lyons 703 696 9542
terence.lyons_at_afosr.af.mil Natural Materials
and Systems Hugh DeLong 703 696 7722
hugh.delong_at_afosr.af.mil
Human Bioeng Systems - ONR Code
341 Biometrics Human Activity Recog Thomas
McKenna 703 696 4503 tom.mckenna_at_navy.mil Comp
utational Neuroscience Thomas McKenna 703
696 4503 tom.mckenna_at_navy.mil Cognitive
Science Paul Bello 703 696 4218
paul.bello_at_navy.mil Human Factors, Organ Decision
Res Mike Letscky 703 696 4251
letskym_at_onr.navy.mil Manpower and Personnel
William Krebs 703 696 2575
william.krebs_at_.navy.mil Social, Cultural,
Behavioral Modeling Rebecca Goolsby 703 588 0558
rebecca.goolsby_at_navy.mil Stress Physiology
Igor Vodyanoy 703 696 4109
igor.vodyanoy_at_navy.mil Training Education
Technology Ray Perez 703 696 4988
ray.perez_at_navy.mil Biological Biomed Div
ONR Code 342 Casualty Care Management
Michael Given 703 696 4055 michael.given_at_navy.
mil Casualty Prevention E.
Montcalm-Smith 703 696 2580 elizabeth.montcalms
m_at_navy.mil Naval Biosciences Biocentric Tech
Linda Chrisey 703 696 4504 linda.chrisey_at_navy.
mil Undersea Medicine Matthew Swiergosz 703
696 0367 matthew.swiergosz.navy.mil
DARPA next page
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Life Sciences / Biology - continued
Biology DARPA DSO Wound healing, tissue
engn Jon Mogford 571 218 4928
jon.mogford_at_darpa.mil Has a bit of
everything Cindy Daniell 571 218 4504
cynthia.daniell_at_darpa.mil Neural,
therapeutics Goeffrey Ling 571 218 4674
geoffrey.ling_at_darpa.mil Training and Human
Effectiveness DARPA DSO Learning Amy
Kruse 571 218 4338 amy.kruse_at_darpa.mil Human
effectiveness / Machine interface Joseph
Cohn 571 218 4509 joseph.cohn_at_darpa.mil Human /
computer Daniel Kaufman 571 218 4584
daniel.kaufman_at_darpa.mil CBWD Therapeutics
DARPA DSO Pathogens, Pharmaceuticals Michael
Callahan 571 218 4596 michael.callahan_at_darpa.mil
CBWD Detectors DARPA DSO Sense /
Detect Mildred Donlon 703 696 2289
mildred.donlon_at_darpa.mil
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Army Medical Research and Materiel
Command https//mrmc-www.army.mil/
What Solutions to medical problems of importance
to the warfighter at home and abroad RAD 1
Military Infectious Diseases Research Program
(MIDRP) RAD 2 Combat Casualty Care Research
Program (CCCRP) RAD 3 Military Operational
Medicine Research Program (MOMRP) RAD 1-3 are
principally Intra-mural programs USAMRMC
Chemical Biological Defense Partnership Support
Directorate CDMRP Congressionally Directed
Medical Research Program Advanced Technologies
(http//www.tatrc.org ) How Much When Open
continuously Request preproposal, followed by
proposal if invited to do so Where www.usamraa.a
rmy.mil/pages/baa_paa/baaproposal.htm RAD
Research Area Directorate
FY10 DRS (S13) 10M DMRDP 97M
22
Defense Medical Research and Development Program
(DMRDP)
The DMRDP expects to allot 97M of the FY10
appropriation to fund approximately 100
intramural and extramural Applied and Advanced
Technology Development Research Award
applications depending on the quality and number
of applications received. The Basic Research
Funding Opportunity (60M total for both intra
and extra mural efforts) is focused on basic
research, defined as research directed towards
attaining greater knowledge and understanding of
fundamental principles of science and medicine.
The DMRDP Basic Research Award is designed to
promote new ideas that are still in the early
stages of development and have the potential to
yield highly impactful data and new avenues of
investigation. Basic Research
Award Pre-Application  December 10,
2009 Invitation to submit full proposal By
January 15, 2010 Proposal Submission  February
17, 2010 The maximum period of performance for
this award mechanism is 3 years. Maximum
allowable funding for the entire period of
performance is 1,000,000 for direct costs. The
applicant may request the entire maximum direct
cost amount for a project that may require less
than the maximum period of performance.
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FY10 DMRDP Projects
Diagnosis and Treatment of Brain Injury
Mechanisms of TBI. Far Forward Diagnosis
and Treatment of TBI. Epidemiology of TBI.
Polytrauma and Blast Injury Hemorrhage
Control. Bone and Soft Tissue Trauma.
First Response Diagnosis and Life Support.
Maintain Tissue Viability. Wound
Infection Prevention and Management.
Antimicrobial Countermeasures. Treatment of
Sensory System Traumatic Injury (Vision, Hearing,
and Balance). Operational Health and Performance
Operational Health and Performance.
Rehabilitation Neuromusculoskeletal
Injuries. Acute and Chronic Pain
Management. Psychological Health and Well-Being
for Military Personnel and Families
Psychological Health and Well Being for Military
Personnel and Families. Medical Simulation
Training Systems Role of Non-Traditional
Sensory Cues in Computer-Based Simulation.
24
Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and
Social Sciences http//www.hqda.army.mil/ari/resea
rch/index.shtml
What Add fundamental knowledge to behavioral
science subdisciplines a. Network Science. b.
Training and Learning. c. Leadership. d.
Human Resources. e. Social Systems. f. Affect
and Emotions. How Much 200K/yr for 3
years When Concept papers optional (must be at
least 6 weeks prior to proposal
deadline) Proposals due before 15 May (in 2008
BAA) Where http//www.hqda.army.mil/ari/pdf/BAA-
BRU_08_Approved_2-04-08.pdf
FY10 DRS (74F) 6M
25
Army Research Office Physical Sciences
http//www.arl.army.mil/www/default.cfm?Action29
Page217
Topic Program Officer Phone Email Chemical
Sciences Theoretical Chemistry Douglass
Kiserow 919 549 4213 douglas.kiserow_at_us.arm
y.mil Polymer Chemistry Douglass Kiserow
919 549 4213 douglas.kiserow_at_us.army.mil
Electrochem Adv Energy Conv Robert Mantz
919 549 4309 robert.mantz_at_us.army.mil
Organic Chem Organized Media Jennifer Becker
919 549 4224 jennifer.j.becker_at_.us.army.mi
l Surfaces Catalysis Jennifer Becker
919 549 4224 jennifer.j.becker_at_.us.army.mil
Experimental Physical Chemistry Douglass
Kiserow 919 549 4213 douglas.kiserow_at_us.arm
y.mil Physics Atomic and Molecular
Physics Peter Reynolds 919 549 4345
peter.reynolds_at_us.army.mil Condensed Matter
Physics Marc Ulrich 919 549
4319 marc.ulrich_at_us.army.mil Optical Physics
and Imaging Science Richard Hammond 919 549
4313 richard.hammond_at_us.army.mil Quantum
Information Science TR Govindan
919.549.4236 tr.govindan_at_us.army.mil Life
Sciences Molecular Genetics and
Genomics Micheline Strand 919 549 4343
micheline strand_at_us.army.mil Biochemistry and
Bioengineering Robert Kokoska 919 549
4342 robert.kokoska_at_us.army.mil Microbiology
and Biodegradation Wallace Buchholz 919
549 4230 wallace.buchholz_at_us.army.mil
Neurophys Cognitive Neuroscience Elmar
Schmeisser 919 549 4318 elmar
schmeisser_at_us.army.mil
Program descriptions available at website
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Air Force Office of Scientific Research
Mathematics, Information, and Life Sciences
http//www.wpafb.af.mil/library/factsheets/factsh
eet.asp?id9204
Topic Program Officer Phone
Email Computational Mathematics Fariba
Fahroo 703 696 8429 fariba.fahroo_at_afosr.af.mil
Dynamics and Control Scott Wells 703 696 7796
scott.wells_at_afosr.af.mil Optimization and
Discrete Math Donald Hearn 703 696 1142
donald.hearn_at_afosr.af.mil Complex
Networks Robert Bonneau 703 696 9545
robert.bonneau_at_afosr.af.mil Distributed
Intelligence and Info Fusion Douglas Cochran 703
696 6207 douglas.cochran_at_afosr.af.mil Sensory
Information Systems Willard Larkin 703 696 7793
willard.larkin_at_afosr.af.mil Systems and
Software David Luginbuhl 703 696 6207
david.luginbuhl_at_afosr.af.mil Information
Operations and Security Robert Herklotz 703 696
6565 robert.herklotz_at_afosr.af.mil Bioenergy
Walt Kozumbo 703 696 7720 walter.kozumbo_at_afosr
.af.mil Collective Behavior/Modeling Terence
Lyons 703 696 9542 terence.lyons_at_afosr.af.mil M
ath Modeling of Cognition Decision Jun
Zhang 703 696 8421 jun.zhang_at_afosr.af.mil Natur
al Materials and Systems Hugh DeLong 703 696 7722
hugh.delong_at_afosr.af.mil
Program descriptions available at website
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Office of Naval Research Warfighter
Performance (Biology, Cognitive, and Neural
Science) http//www.onr.navy.mil/sci_tech/34/
Topic Program Officer Phone
Email Human Bioeng Systems (341) John
Tangney 703 696 4505 john.f.tangney_at_navy.mil
Biometrics Human Activity Recog Thomas
McKenna 703 696 4503 tom.mckenna_at_navy.mil Comp
utational Neuroscience Thomas McKenna 703 696
4503 tom.mckenna_at_navy.mil Cognitive
Science Paul Bello 703 696 4218
paul.bello_at_navy.mil Human Factors, Organ Decision
Res Mike Letscky 703 696 4251
letskym_at_onr.navy.mil Manpower and
Personnel William Krebs 703 696 2575
william.krebs_at_.navy.mil Social, Cultural,
Behavioral Modeling Rebecca Goolsby 703 588 0558
rebecca.goolsby_at_navy.mil Stress
Physiology Igor Vodyanoy 703 696 4109
igor.vodyanoy_at_navy.mil Training Education
Technology Ray Perez 703 696 4988
ray.perez_at_navy.mil Biological Biomed Div
(342) E. Montcalm-Smith 703 696 2580
elizabeth.montcalmsm_at_navy.mi Casualty Care
Management Michael Given 703 696 4055
michael.given_at_navy.mil Casualty Prevention E.
Montcalm-Smith 703 696 2580 elizabeth.montcalms
m_at_navy.mil Naval Biosciences and Biocentric
Tech Linda Chrisey 703 696 4504
linda.chrisey_at_navy.mil Undersea
Medicine Matthew Swiergosz 703 696 0367
matthew.swiergosz.navy.mil
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Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
(DARPA) www.darpa.mil
What Research and technology where risk and
payoff are both very high, and Success may
provide dramatic advances for military roles and
missions. Defense Science Office (DSO)
Microsystems Technology Office (MTO)
Information Processing Technology Office (IPTO)
Strategic Technology Office (STO)
Transformational Convergence Technology
(TCTO) Tactical Technology Office
(TTO) Larger programs are available than at
OXRs (some managed by OXR POs) Think teaming -
industrial participation desirable First
deliverable milestone in 12-18 months widget
in 3-5 years How much 100K 10M/yr in DSO
as example DARPA program managers often fund
studies (seedlings) as initial research to
determine if a more formal program is
appropriate. When Various, need watch for
program topic announcements Involvement in topic
formative workshops very helpful
Where www.darpa.mil/funding_opportunities.html
www.darpa.mil/index.htmltech www.darpa.mil/Doin
gBusiness.pdf
FY10 6.1 226M 6.2 1235 6.3 1640
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DARPA DSO http//www.darpa.mil/dso/thrusts/index.h
tm Biology on-going programs
Biologically Inspired Platforms and
SystemsNeovision PowerSwim RealNose Systems of
Neuromorphic Adaptive Plastic Scalable
Electronics Maintaining Combat
Performance Predicting Health and
Disease Preventing Violent Explosive Neurologic
TraumaSurviving Blood LossTactical Underwater
Navigation
Tactical Biomedical Technologies Blood
Pharming Deep Bleeder Acoustic Coagulation Feedbac
k Regulated Automatic Molecular
Release Long-Term Storage of Blood
Products Trauma Pod Restorative Biomedical
Technologies Human-Assisted Neural
Devices Restorative Injury RepairRevolutionizing
Prosthetics
Biological Warfare Defense on-going programs
Protection and Detection Control of Protein
ConformationsFemtosecond Adaptive Spectroscopy
Techniques for Remote Agent Detection Self
Decontaminating Surfaces
Accelerating Critical Therapeutics Accel Manuf of
Pharmaceuticals Protein Design Processes
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Multidisciplinary University Research Initiatives
(MURI in URI)
What Supports University teams that involve one
or more traditional science/engineering
disciplines Topics down selected from OXR PO
suggestions Topics announced annually by DOD
20 new money/yr via finished MURIs For 2009
topics and University awardees see
http//www.defenselink.mil/news/may2009/FY09MUR
IPressReleaseTableFinal.pdf How Much 0.5
-1.5M/yr for three years two additional option
years When Announcement typically in July (12
Oct 2009 for FY10) White paper in August (11 Dec
2009 for FY10) (strongly encouraged, not
required) Full proposal in October (2 March 2010
for FY10) Where ARO / AFOSR / ONR websites, see
for example http//www.onr.navy.mil/sci_tech/3t/c
orporate/muri.asp
USC MURI awardees Nealson 2006 AFOSR -
Bioengineered Fuel Cells Optimization via
Genetic Approaches and Multi-Scale Modeling USC
2008 - supporting Institution in four different
MURI awards Sukhatme 2009 ONR Adaptive Networks
for Threat and Intrusion Detection or Termination
FY10 Army 59M Navy 74 Air Force 73
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MURI topics with Health Science Aspects
  • 2010 Air Force Biological Engineering of Adherent
    /Spectroscopically Interrogated Microstructures
  • 2010 Army Neuronal Behavior in Primary Blast
  • 2010 Army Identifying and Extracting the
    Mathematical Signatures of Prokaryotic Activity
    in DNA
  • 2010 Army Adaptive Perception and Agile Autonomy
    in Severe Environments
  • 2010 Army Bio-electronic Templates for
    Interfacing to the Nanoscale
  • Navy Cellular, Molecular, Genetic and
    Biochemical Correlates of Training
  • 2009 Air Force Biophotonics Optical Effects
    through Natures Photonic Control
  • 2009 Army Application of Systems Biology to
    Regenerative Medicine
  • 2009 Army Mechanisms of Bacterial Spore
    Germination
  • 2008 Navy Biometrics in the Maritime Domain
  • 2008 Navy Biologically-Inspired Autonomous Sea
    Vehicles
  • 2008 Navy Biologically-Inspired Approaches for
    Team Coalition Adaptation of Unmanned Systems
  • 2008 Air Force Harnessing Complexity in the
    Human-Machine Interface
  • 2008 Army Brain Network Analysis and Modeling for
    Communication and Orientation
  • 2007 Navy Cognitively Compatible and
    Collaboratively Balanced Human Robot Teaming
  • 2007 Navy Effective Human-Robot Interaction under
    Time Pressure
  • 2007 Navy Capitalizing on Res on Animal Human
    Brain Plasticity to Enhance Warfighter Training
  • 2007 Navy Complex Learning and Skill Transfer
    with Video Gamers

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Defense University Research Instrumentation
Program (DURIP in URI)
What Acquisition of major equipment to
augment current or develop new research
capabilities to support research in the technical
areas of interest to the DoD Provide
equipment to enhance research-related
education Matching funds not required, but is
helpful (especially for larger grants) DOD
research grant not required, but is very
helpful OXR program officer support very, very
helpful How Much gt50K, lt1M per award,
average was 235K in FY2009 Total funds
fluctuate somewhat depending on MURI
selections When Proposal s typically due in late
Aug / early Sept (15 Sep 2009 for
FY10) Where ARO / AFOSR / ONR webpage,
example http//www.onr.navy.mil/02/baa/docs/AFOSR
-09205.pdf
FY10 Army 13M Navy 19 Air Force 15
USC Awardees 2006 Vashishta Multimillion Atom
Simulations of Nanoenergetic Materials (ARO) 2007
Madhukar Imaging and Control of Photodetectors
(AFOSR) Nealson Deep UV Laser Induced
Fluorescence Microscope (AFOSR) 2008
Vernier Imaging Equipment for Nanoscale Pulsed
Power (AFOSR) Willner 100-Gigabit/sec
Base Multiplexer (AFOSR)
Egolfopoulos Fluid Measurement for Flame Studies
(AFOSR) 2009 Langdon High-Pressure Torsion
Research (ARO) Madhukar Novel PV Solar
Cell Synthesis Characterization (AFOSR)
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Human Social Culture Behavior Modeling Program
(HSCB)
  • Established in 2008 by DOD to develop a science
    base and associated
  • technologies for modeling human, social and
    cultural behavior
  • Funded with 6.2 (applied research), 6.3
    (advanced technology
  • development) and 6.4 (Advanced Component
    Development and
  • Prototypes) monies
  • HSCB program Program Director Capt Dylan
    Schmorrow, USN
  • Assistant Director for Human Systems
  • Office of the Dept Undersecretary of Defense
    for ST
  • An Integrated Product Team (IPT) guides
    program execution

FY10 Appl Res (6.2) 9.4M Adv Technol
(6.3) 11.5
www.dtic.mil/dticasd/docs/HSCB-news-summer-2009.pd
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DC Office for Research Advancement
  • Additional questions, advice
  • Dr. Stephen Moldin Dr. James Murday Dr.
    Leora Rosen
  • moldin_at_usc.edu murday_at_usc.edu
    lrosen_at_usc.edu
  • 202-824-5861 202-824-5863
    202-824-5864

http//www.usc.edu/research/for_researchers/traini
ng/defense/index.html
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National Security Science and Engineering Faculty
Fellowship (NSSEFF) Program
What Provide extensive, long-term financial
support to distinguished University faculty
scientists/engineers to conduct unclassified,
fundamental research on topics of interest
to the DOD Fellowship open to SE with earned
PhD awarded in past 25 years faculty/staff
at an accredited, degree granting educational
institution Fellow must be eligible to receive
and maintain a final Secret security
clearance Research topics aligned with Desired
Capabilities ST Investment Areas or Enabling
Technologies Investment Areas or 2007 DOD
Research and Engineering Strategic Plan How
Much Ten awards/yr for up to 850K/yr each for
a period up to 5 years When (2009 call) Jun
letter of intent Jul 7 white paper Oct 16
full proposal (by invite only) Where http//nsse
ff.ida.org/ http//www.grants.gov. Search for
AFOSR-BAA-2009-4
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2009 Peer Reviewed MRP Topics
..Medical Research Program, and recommend the
following projects as candidates for
study Alcoholism Autoimmune Diseases Blood
Cancer Childhood Asthma Drug Abuse
Epilepsy Kidney Cancer Lupus
Mesothelioma Molecular Signatures in Tumors
Neuroblastoma Padget's Disease Pediatric
Cancer Polycystic Kidney Disease Social Work
Research Tinnitus West Nile Virus Vaccine
Osteoporosis and related bone disease Listeria
Vaccine for infectious disease and cancer The
conferees reiterate that funds provided under the
Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program shall be
used only for the purposes listed above.
From 2009 DOD Appropriations in Continuing
Resolution
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2009 TBI and Psychological Health.
  • The following research topics are recommended for
    consideration under this program
  • Neuropsychiatric studies, biochemical
    mechanisms that underlie human emotional
    reactions
  • to combat stress and resulting clinical
    disorders, metrics for mental health assessment
    and
  • methods to evaluate and improve PTSD
    rehabilitation efforts
  • Studies of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
    including basic research on neural injury
    treatments,
  • cell replacement and regrowth strategies,
    specific therapies to prevent and reverse spinal
  • cord and other neuro-traumatic damage,
    pharmaceutical interventions to stimulate neural
  • circuits, activity-based'' physical therapy,
    and extended rehabilitation focused on
  • impairments in vision and cognitive
    functioning
  • Clinical research of blast-related cell damage
    and the resulting effects on neurological
  • response
  • 3D models of IED blast waves to develop
    equipment to mitigate injury to service members
  • A fully automated, self contained, disposable
    chip to diagnose TBI at the point of onset
  • DA-EEG assessment and MRI quantization to allow
    an accurate assessment of TBI
  • computational approaches to integrate global
    transcriptomics and proteomics information to
  • identify the biological networks altered
    following TBI
  • Studies of PTSD and/or TBI including basic
    research in neurorehabilitation, the integration
    of
  • informatics, and advanced computational
    research to analyze brain tissue and activities,

From 2009 DOD Appropriations in Continuing
Resolution
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Federal Obligations (B) for Research by Agency
(NSF 10-303)
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Other FY09 DOD ST Programs (Beyond DRS) - M
CDMRP 700M MURI (URI) 230 HEL
MRI 13 GICUR (FCRP)
4 DURIP (URI) 57 DTRA
18 CBDP 53 HPC YIP PECASE
5 NDSEG (URI) 41 NDEP 69 STTR
(SBIR) 130 (1200) DEPSCOR 15
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Bio-inspired Optics Program Summary
Bio-inspiration
Technology
Performer
Platform
Impact
Crystalline Lenses
  • Performance
  • Enhanced Imaging
  • Dynamic 30X Zoom
  • Increased Loiter Time

Pointer UAV
Rockwell MIT UCSD AeroVironment
Compact 30X Zoom
Vis, NIR, MWIR
Fluidic Lens
Leonard J. Buckley, DSO
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CDMRP Funding Process
  • Milestone 1 (Congressional Appropriation)
  • Milestone 2 (Vision Setting)
  • Each program's Integration Panel (IP),
    composed of renowned experts -- scientists and
  • clinicians, as well as disease survivors,
    identify the Programmatic Priorities for the
    year.
  • Milestone 3 (Release of Program Announcements)
  • Milestone 4 (Proposal Receipt)
  • Milestone 5 (Peer Review)
  • Submitted proposals are peer reviewed by
    program, along with other proposals submitted
  • in response to the same mechanism offered in
    the Program Announcements.
  • Renowned scientists and clinicians are assigned
    to panels to review proposals according to
  • their individual expertise.
  • In addition, several disease survivors sit on
    each peer review panel.
  • The process of Peer Review evaluates not only
    the science of each submission but also the
  • proposed budget.
  • Milestone 6 (Programmatic Review)
  • Proposals undergo Programmatic Review by the IP
    with select additional scientists chosen
  • for their expertise in the field.
  • Proposals are evaluated in a comparison basis,
    against submissions in other specialty
  • fields in order to identify proposals with the
    greatest programmatic relevance, those that
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