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OSARM Opportunities for Junior Faculty Members in 2012-2013. Friday, July 27, 2012 Dr. Sally Rigler Seminar Series Office of Scholarly, Academic & Research Mentoring (OSARM). Goals for today. Reminder re: OSARM structure & function Incubator Faculty—already started by now

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osarm opportunities for junior faculty members in 2012 2013

OSARM Opportunities for Junior Faculty Members in 2012-2013

Friday, July 27, 2012

Dr. Sally Rigler

Seminar Series

Office of Scholarly, Academic & Research Mentoring (OSARM)

goals for today
Goals for today
  • Reminder re: OSARM structure & function
  • Incubator Faculty—already started by now
  • IM-Seed-20 Award opportunity
  • IM-RCA-75 Award opportunity
purpose of osarm
Purpose of OSARM

Office of

Scholarly

Academic

&

Research

Mentoring

Increased emphasis on ‘mentoring toward promotion’ and scholarly productivity for all

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OSARM

OSARM

Research Career Awardees

(75% research time)

1 new award/year

Seed Grant Awardees

(20% research time)

1 new award/year

Incubator Faculty Members

  • ~15-20 persons

All Department of Medicine Assistant Professors

Mentor/mentee meetings

n=80

seminar series in 2012 2013
Seminar Series in 2012-2013
  • Targeted to Incubator, Seed and RCA Faculty
  • Other IM Faculty members are welcome
  • All sessions Friday noon with lunch
  • Fall: Core academic & research content
      • E.g., Project Roadmap, HSC, P&T, Faculty Assessment
  • Spring: Scholars’ own work
      • Work in progress is fine; good opportunity for feedback
osarm incubator
OSARM Incubator
  • 13 faculty members in 2012-13
  • Project mentoring & Career Mentoring
  • Two year duration, with progress in year 1
  • Expectations: at least 1 paper each year
  • Proposed time line/Memo of understanding
    • Should be returned to OSARM by now
    • Encouraged to revise time-line and review often
im seed 20
IM-Seed-20
  • E-LOI to Dr. Rigler due Friday, August 3rd 5 pm
  • Purpose: to provide pilot funds and research experience for future larger applications
  • Year-long writing & application process
  • 1 award per year planned
  • Duration one year only, not renewable
  • Would start July 1, 2013 (with IRB approval)
  • Requires 20% research time protection
im seed 20 continued
IM-Seed-20, continued
  • Award $52,620:
    • $30,000 in justifiable project costs
    • $ 1,500 for career development activity/travel
    • $21,120 toward salary + fringe ($16,000 salary) which is 0.1 EVU equivalent at present
    • Division must cover the remaining salary gap and 20% time must be protected for this project
      • This must be crystal clear in the application process
  • Scope of project must be right for the amount of $ and time and other resources available
im rca 75
IM-RCA-75
  • E-LOI due to Dr. Rigler Friday August 3rd at 5 pm
  • Year-long writing & application process
  • 1 award per year planned
  • A second year may be possible, with evidence of strong progress in year 1 and continued need
  • Would start July 1, 2013 (with IRB approval)
  • Requires 75% research time commitment
  • Intended for those persons who are planning for heavily research careers & pursuing own grants
im rca 75 continued
IM-RCA-75, continued
  • Award $127,480
    • $40,000 in justifiable project costs
    • $ 3,000 for career development activity/travel
    • $84,480 toward salary + fringe ($64,000 salary) which is 0.4 EVU equivalent (16K per 0.2 EVU)
    • Division must cover the remaining salary gap and 75% time must be protected for this project
      • Gap will vary depending on level of compensation/specialty
      • This must be crystal clear in the application process
  • Scope of project must be appropriate for funds, time and other resources available
additional expectations for rca
Additional Expectations for RCA:
  • Must be willing to write subsequent NIH K08/K23 or equivalent academic career development award proposals via foundations
  • Think of RCA as a “Pre-K”
    • We provide an external NIH-style review
    • 2 years in which to obtain external career award
      • Must submit external awards quickly or there will not be time to actually get one by the end of RCA award
    • Then K08 or K23: 5 years of 75% time protection
      • During which you then pursue independent R01 etc.
seed rca preparation process for 2012 13 academic year
Seed & RCA Preparation Process for 2012-13 Academic Year
  • See Handouts for multi-step process:
  • E-LOI August 3rd
  • Planning meetings (SR, JM) September 28
  • First complete draft due November 16
  • Written feedback to you December 21
  • Revised final draft due February 1
  • External review Feb-March
  • Announcement ~ early May
  • Earliest start date July 1, 2013
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