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ProgressReports

Templates/Guidances:

Use the links below to download Templates, Guidances and User Tables for your annual NIH CFAR progress report. *Note, changes have been made to the templates in Oct 2015 so only use updated versions found here. 

Core Report Templates and Guidances:
 
 Downloads:  
Behavioral and Community Science Core docxGuidance docxTemplate docxUser Table
Clinical Core docxGuidance docxTemplate docxUser Table
Developmental Core docxGuidance docxTemplate User Table
Basic and Translational Sciences Core docxGuidance docxTemplate docxUser Table

 








CFAR Definitions:

CFAR Beneficiary: An individual who receives assistance of any sort from the CFAR. Not all CFAR beneficiaries are counted as CFAR users.
CFAR Member: There is no official NIH CFAR definition of a CFAR “member.”  Each CFAR should establish its own criteria for membership in their CFAR.
CFAR User: A CFAR beneficiary who is eligible to serve as PI on any NIH funding mechanism. Only CFAR Users are counted when filling out Appendix A or each Core’s section II.A (Core Users) in the “Other Core Information Section.”
Categories: All CFAR users will fall into one or more of six categories (see table below).  All CFAR users will fall into Categories 1-4. Some CFAR users may also fall into Categories 5-6

NIH AIDS PIs

Category 1

A researcher who is or has ever been PI on an R01 equivalent grant in HIV/AIDS *Includes R01, R23, R29 and R37 awards

NIH PIs being brought into AIDS research

Category 2

A researcher who is or has ever been PI on an R01 equivalent grant, but never in HIV/AIDS

AIDS-research Pipeline

Category 3

NIH “New Investigators,” An NIH definition that encompasses individuals who have received funding as a PI from NIH*, but not yet at the R01 equivalent level.
*Includes R34, R21 and K awards
Category 4

CFAR Users who have not yet received funding from NIH* as PI or Co-PI funding on any NIH grant mechanism

Developmental Core Special Emphasis

Category 5

Recipients of Core B funding, mentoring, and/or other services

Category 6

Recipients of NIH CFAR administrative supplements