Applicants must hold an MD, PhD, DVM, or equivalent academic degree with a faculty position or equivalent at a college, university, medical school, or comparable institution. The Corresponding Co-PI must hold a faculty position or equivalent for a minimum of five years at the time of application submission.
Applications may be submitted by domestic or foreign non-profit organizations, public or private, such as colleges, universities, hospitals, or laboratories. The LRA does not impose geographic restrictions or citizenship requirements. Researchers working outside of the United States are encouraged to apply.
Only one LOI will be accepted per Corresponding Co-PI in a grant cycle. The Corresponding Co-PI may not participate on any other GTSA. However, other Co-PIs may do so if the projects they are involved with are non-overlapping and a compelling justification for multiple participation has been provided.
Up to $3 million over 3 years.