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:
|Behavioral and Community Science Core||Guidance||Template||User Table
|Biostatistics and Analysis Core||Guidance||Template||User Table
|Clinical Core||Guidance||Template||User Table
|Developmental Core||Guidance||Template||User Table
|Flow Cytometry Core||Guidance||Template||User Table
|Genomics Core||Guidance||Template||User Table
|Virology Core||Guidance||Template||User 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
||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
||A researcher who is or has ever been PI on an R01 equivalent grant, but never in HIV/AIDS
||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
||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
||Recipients of Core B funding, mentoring, and/or other services
||Recipients of NIH CFAR administrative supplements