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Biosketch and Other Support Guidance

If you are funded on a UR CTSI grant (UL1 TR002001, KL2 TR001999, and TL1 TR002000 from the National Center for Advancing Translational Science), you must describe the support you receive from the UR CTSI when reporting for other funding - both new and existing grants. Below, we provide guidance and language you can use in your biosketches and "other support" sections of your grant applications. 

Table of Contents
Biosketch Guidance Other Support Guidance
UL1 UL1
KL2 KL2
TL1 TL1

Biosketch Guidance

Note: The percent effort and amount of funding (direct dollars) are not noted on Biosketches, only on Other Support pages. The section containing the information on the grant, including the grant title and its major goal, should be copied verbatim.

For those with a role on the UL1 component:

UL1 TR002001 Bennett/Zand (MPI)                                      07/15/2020 - 06/30/2025
NIH/National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences 
The University of Rochester’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute                                            

The five-year focus of the University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Science Institute is on “translational research without walls,” moving beyond the physical and virtual confines of institutions, by accelerating integration of translational research with the Learning Health System, expanding innovative approaches to dissemination and implementation and creating a translational research data ecosystem that seamlessly integrates data across the translational spectrum, linking our research and clinical data warehouses and expanding education efforts across our pilot programs to achieve translational research data and analytic excellence.

Role:  [role within the UL1]

Pilot project and Incubator project information
Recipients of funding for a pilot project or Incubator project should list their awards as shown below.  Include the information right underneath the paragraph about the major goal of the CTSI (see above).

[Type of project (e.g. Pilot Project)]:  [PI Name] (PI)        Funded [give inclusive funding dates]
[Title of project]
[Goal of project]
Role:  [Role on project]

For those with a role on the KL2 component:           

KL2 TR001999            Holloway (PI)                                      07/15/2020 – 06/30/2025
NIH/National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences
The University of Rochester’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute: Institutional Career Development Core

The UR CTSI KL2 Program is a forward looking and adaptable program that continually refines its training framework around two key concepts: 1) core training elements in the fundamentals of translational research, and 2) highly customizable Translational Specializations, which are cross-cutting, thematic training tracks that align coursework, Mentors, and career development experiences within emerging fields in translational research. 

Role:  [role within the KL2]

KL2 scholar information
KL2 scholars should list their awards as shown below.  Include the information right underneath the paragraph about the major goal of the CTSI (see above).

KL2 Award:  [PI Name] (PI)                                               Funded [give inclusive funding dates]
[Title of project]
[Goal of project]
Role:  [Role on project]

For those with a role on the TL1 component:

TL1 TR002000            Dye (PI)                                               07/15/2020 - 06/30/2025
NIH/National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences                                                             

The University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Research Institute (UR CTSI) TL1 NRSA Training Core aims to produce innovative, cross-trained, experienced researchers who contribute to the rapidly evolving and shifting needs of the US clinical and translational research workforce. Our long-term model of training graduate students, year-out medical students, and postdoctoral fellows across the translational science spectrum has adapted to shifting opportunities and discoveries in science, trends in educational strategies and skills, and serves the University’s distinct multicultural, geographic, and multidisciplinary needs.

Role:  [role within the TL1]

Other Support Guidance

Note:  The section containing information on the grant, including the major goal, should be copied verbatim. The annual direct costs of the grant will be updated each grant year.

For those with a role on the UL1 component:

UL1 TR002001 Bennett/Zand (MPI)              07/15/2020 – 06/30/2025                         xx.x person-months
                                                                        $19,107,872           
NIH/National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences 
The University of Rochester’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute                                                           

The five-year focus of the University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Science Institute is on “translational research without walls,” moving beyond the physical and virtual confines of institutions, by accelerating integration of translational research with the Learning Health System, expanding innovative approaches to dissemination and implementation and creating a translational research data ecosystem that seamlessly integrates data across the translational spectrum, linking our research and clinical data warehouses and expanding education efforts across our pilot programs to achieve translational research data and analytic excellence.                                                                                                               

Pilot project and Incubator project information
Recipients of funding for a pilot project or Incubator project should list their awards as shown below.  Include the information right underneath the paragraph about the major goal of the CTSI (see above).

[Type of project (e.g. Pilot Project)]:  [PI Name] (PI)         Funded [give inclusive funding dates]
[Title of project]                                                                  xx.x person-months
[Goal of project]                                                                  $xxx,xxx
Role:  [Role on project]

For those with a role on the KL2 component: 

KL2 TR001999   Holloway (PI)                       07/15/2020 – 06/30/2025                         xx.x person-months 
                                                                        $2,799,661
NIH/National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences                                                             
The University of Rochester’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute: Institutional Career Development Core

The UR CTSI KL2 Program is a forward looking and adaptable program that continually refines its training framework around two key concepts: 1) core training elements in the fundamentals of translational research, and 2) highly customizable Translational Specializations, which are cross-cutting, thematic training tracks that align coursework, Mentors, and career development experiences within emerging fields in translational research.                                

KL2 award information
KL2 scholars should list their awards as shown below.  Include the information right underneath the paragraph about the major goal of the CTSI (see above).

KL2 Award:  [PI Name] (PI)                                               Funded [give inclusive funding dates]
[Title of project]                                                                  xx.x person-months
[Goal of project]                                                                  $xxx,xxx
Role:  [Role on project]

For those with a role on the TL1 component:

TL1 TR002000            Dye (PI)                       07/15/2020-06/30/2025                         xx.x person-months
                                                                        $3,101,090
NIH/National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences                                                             

The University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Research Institute (UR CTSI) TL1 NRSA Training Core aims to produce innovative, cross-trained, experienced researchers who contribute to the rapidly evolving and shifting needs of the US clinical and translational research workforce. Our long-term model of training graduate students, year-out medical students, and postdoctoral fellows across the translational science spectrum has adapted to shifting opportunities and discoveries in science, trends in educational strategies and skills, and serves the University’s distinct multicultural, geographic, and multidisciplinary needs.