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Form Approved Through 11/30/2010
Department of Health and Human Services Public Health Services Grant Application Do not exceed character length restrictions indicated.
OMB No. 0925-0001 LEAVE BLANK—FOR PHS USE ONLY. Type Activity Number Review Group Formerly
Council/Board (Month, Year)
Date Received
1. TITLE OF PROJECT(Do not exceed 81 characters, including spaces and punctuation.)VIVO: Enabling National Networking of Scientists 2. RESPONSE TO SPECIFIC REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS OR PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENT OR SOLICITATIONNO YES (If “Yes,” state number and title) RFA-RR-09-00 overy Act 2009 Limited Competiti Number:9Rec on: Enabling National Networking of Scientists Title: and Resource Discovery (U24) 3. PROGRAM DIRECTOR/PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORNew Investigator No Yes 3a. NAME (Last, first, middle) 3b. DEGREE(S) 3h. eRA Commons User Name Conlon, MichaelBAM. StatPhDMCONLON
3c. POSITION TITLE Interim Director of Biomedical Informatics 3e. DEPARTMENT, SERVICE, LABORATORY, OR EQUIVALENT Biomedical Informatics 3f. MAJOR SUBDIVISION College of Medicine 3g. TELEPHONE AND FAX(Area code, number and extension)TEL:352-273-1007FAX:352-273-1469
3d. MAILING ADDRESS(Street, city, state, zip code)105 NW 16 Street, Room 334 PO Box 14823 Gainesville, FL 32604
E-MAIL ADDRESS: mconlon@ufl.edu
4. HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH 4a. Research Exempt If “Yes,” Exemption No.  No Yes No Yes4b. Federal-Wide Assurance No. 4c. Clinical Trial4d. NIH-defined Phase III Clinical Trial  No YesNo Yes 5. VERTEBRATE ANIMALS No Yes 5a. Animal Welfare Assurance No.6. DATES OF PROPOSED PERIOD OF 7. COSTS REQUESTED FOR INITIAL 8. COSTS REQUESTED FOR PROPOSED  SUPPORT(month,day,year—MM/DD/YY) BUDGET PERIOD PERIOD OF SUPPORT From Through 7a. Direct Costs ($) 7b. Total Costs ($) 8a. Direct Costs ($) 8b. Total Costs ($) 9/1/2009 8/31/2011 $4,001,591 $6,071,796 $8,072,119 $12,265,886 9. APPLICANT ORGANIZATION 10. TYPE OF ORGANIZATION Name University of Floridaocal Fed Public: eral State L
Address
University of Florida Board of Trustees Division of Sponsored Research 219 Grinter Hall P.O. Box 115500 Gainesville, Florida 32611-5500
12. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICIAL TO BE NOTIFIED IF AWARD IS MADE Name Title
Address
Private:
 Private Nonprofit
For-profit:Small Business General  Woman-owned Socially and Economically Disadvantaged
11. ENTITY IDENTIFICATION NUMBER 59-6002052 Cong. District DUNS NO.969663814 FL-006 13. OFFICIAL SIGNING FOR APPLICANT ORGANIZATION Name Brian Prindle
Title Associate Director for Sponsored ResearchAddress P.O. Box 115500 Gainesville, Florida 32611-5500
Tel: FAX: Tel:352-392-1582FAX:352-846-1839E-Mail: E-Mail:ufproposals@ufl.edu14. APPLICANT ORGANIZATION CERTIFICATION AND ACCEPTANCE: I certify thatDATESIGNATURE OF OFFICIAL NAMED IN 13. the statements herein are true, complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge, and (In ink. “Per” signature not acceptable.)accept the obligation to comply with Public Health Services terms and conditions if a grant is awarded as a result of this application. I am aware that any false, fictitious, or fraudulent statements or claims may subject me to criminal, civil, or administrative penalties. PHS 398 (Rev. 11/07) Face PageForm Page 1
Program Director/Principal Investigator (Last, First, Middle):
Conlon, Michael
PROJECT SUMMARY (See instructions): The proposed work will establish national networking of scientists by providing a new software system (VIVO) and support for scientists using VIVO. Scientists using VIVO will be able to find other scientists and their work. Conversely, scientists using VIVO will be found by other scientists doing similar or complimentary work. VIVO leverages work done over the past five years by Cornell University, supporting researchers and finding of researchers by representing data about them and their activities including publications, awards, presentations and partners. VIVO is fully extensible and based on Sematic Web concepts insuring sound data representation, vastly improved search over existing text based methods and integration of data with other applications. Support for researchers using VIVO will be done by librarians of the research institutions. Librarians provide an existing and fully integrated resource for enabling researchers and the national network. The project will provide six deliverables: 1) A first release of the software to be used at the seven participating institutions focused on insitutitonal resources. This release will be used to help establish internal support for the system and build undersatdning of system value; 2) A second release incorporating all national networking features which will be used by the seven participating institutions to demonstrate the viability and utility of national deployment; 3) A third release incoporporating features requested by the NIH and the project's Executive Advisory Board, fully integrated with the corresponding resource discovery solution, enabling full national networking capability; 4) a community support proceess to insure sustainability; 5) a sustainable, open product development process; and 6) a national, on-going governance process. The national networking of scientists enabled by VIVO will provide a fundamental new capability to improve biomedical research and human health.
RELEVANCE(See instructions):Establishing national networking of scientists will signifcantly improve all of biomedical research in the United States by providing opportunities across all disciplines to identify existing and on-going work, identify potential new collaborations and improve and extend existing collaborations. National networking gives scientists critical new information regarding current scientific activity to improve science, knowledge and human health. PROJECT/PERFORMANCE SITE(S) (if additional space is needed, use Project/Performance Site Format Page)
Project/Performance Site Primary Location
Organizational Name:University of Florida DUNS:969663814 Street 1:PO Box 115500, 219 Grinter HallStreet 2:City:GainesvilleCounty:AlachuaState:FL Province:Country:USAZip/Postal Code:32611-5500 Project/Performance Site Congressional Districts:Florida 6th Congressional District
Additional Project/Performance Site Location Organizational Name:Cornell University DUNS:872612445 Street 1:201 Olin LibraryStreet 2:City:IthacaCounty:Tompkins Province:Country:USA Project/Performance Site Congressional Districts:22nd District - NY PHS 398 (Rev. 11/07) Page2
State:NY Zip/Postal Code:14853-5301
Form Page 2
Program Director/Principal Investigator (Last, First, Middle):
Conlon, Michael
SENIOR/KEY PERSONNEL. See instructions.Use continuation pages as neededto provide the required information in the format shown below. Start with Program Director(s)/Principal Investigator(s). List all other senior/key personnel in alphabetical order, last name first. Name eRA Commons User Name Organization Role on Project Conlon, MichaelMCONLONUFPIBarnes, ChristopherUFDev LeadBorner, KatyKBORNERIUSite LeadCole, Curtis L.CLCOLEWCMCSite LeadCorson-Rikert, Jonathan W.Cornell IthacaDev LeadDavis, Valrie I.UFSite Team LeadDevare, MedhaCornell IthacaProject LeadDing, Ying DINGYING IU Ontology Hack, George O.UFEd Tech Team LeadHolmes, Kristi L. WUSTL Outreach Lead Joyce, Gerald F. GJOYCE Scripps Site Lead
OTHER SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTORS Name
Organization
Role on Project
Human Embryonic Stem CellsNo Yes If the proposed project involves human embryonic stem cells, list below the registration number of the specific cell line(s) from the following list: http://stemcells.nih.gov/research/registry/.Use continuation pages as needed.
If a specific line cannot be referenced at this time, include a statement that one from the Registry will be used.
Cell Line
PHS 398 (Rev. 11/07)
Page3
Form Page 2-continuedNumber thefollowingpages consecutively throughout the application. Do not use suffixes such as 4a, 4b.
Program Director/Principal Investigator (Last, First, MiddleMichael): Conlon,
SENIOR/KEY PERSONNEL CONTINUED Name eRA Commons Username King, Paula Krafft, Dean B. McDonald, Robert H. McIntosh, Leslie D. Nagarajan, Rakesh RAKESH Noel Jr., Richard J. RJNOELJR Russell Gonzalez, Sara A. Tennant, Michele R. TENNANTM
PHS 398 (Rev. 11/07)
Organization
Scripps Cornell Ithaca IU WUSTL WUSTL Ponce UF UF
Page 4
Role on Project
Dir. Library Site Lead IMP Lead IMP Lead Site Lead Site Lead UF Team Lead UF Team HSC Lead
Form Page 2 - continued
Program Director/Principal Investigator (Last, First, Middle):
Conlon, Michael
Use only if additional space is needed to list additional project/performance sites.
Additional Project/Performance Site Location
Organizational Name:The Trustees of Indiana University DUNS:60-300-7902 Street 1:IU Digital Library ProgramStreet 2:Wells Library, 1320 E. Tenth Street City:BloomingtonCounty:MonroeState:IN Province:Country:USAZip/Postal Code:47405 Project/Performance Site Congressional Districts:IN 009
Additional Project/Performance Site LocationOrganizational Name:Ponce School of Medicine DUNS:105742043 Street 1:395 Industrial Reparada, Zona 2 City:PonceCounty: Province:Country:USA Project/Performance Site Congressional Districts:0-0000
Additional Project/Performance Site Location
Street 2:Ponce
Organizational Name:The Scripps Research Institute DUNS:7816134920000 Street 1:10550 North Torrey Pines RoadStreet 2: City:LaJollaCounty:LaJolla Province:Country:USA Project/Performance Site Congressional Districts:CA 053
Additional Project/Performance Site LocationOrganizational Name:Washington University DUNS:06-855-2207 Street 1:660 South Euclid Avenue City:St. Louis Province:Country: Project/Performance Site Congressional Districts:01
County: USA
Street 2: St. Louis
State:PR Zip/Postal Code:00716-2347
State:CA Zip/Postal Code:92037
State:MO Zip/Postal Code:63110
Additional Project/Performance Site LocationOrganizational Name:Joan & Sanford I. Weill Medical College of Cornell University DUNS:060217502 Street 1:1300 York AvenueStreet 2:City:New YorkCounty:New YorkState:NY Province:Country:USAZip/Postal Code:10065 Project/Performance Site Congressional Districts:14
PHS 398/2590 (Rev. 11/07)
Page5
Project/Performance Site Format Page
Program Director/Principal Investigator (Last, First, Middle):Conlon, Michael The name of the program director/principal investigator must be provided at the top of each printed page and each continuation page. RESEARCH GRANT TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Numbers Face Page.................................................................................................................................................. 1 Description, Project/Performance Sites, Senior/Key Personnel, Other Significant Contributors, and Human Embryonic Stem Cells.........................................................................................................2 TableofContents.....................................................................................................................................6 DetailedBudgetforInitialBudgetPeriod..............................................................................................7 Budget for Entire Proposed Period of Support.............................................................................................11 Budgets Pertaining to Consortium/Contractual Arrangements ..........................................................15 BiographicalSketch(– Program Director/Principal Investigator Not to exceed four pages each).........43 OtherBiographicalSketches (Not to exceed four pages each –See instructions)...............................NA Resources .................................................................................................................................................89 Checklist....................................................................................................................................................97
Research Plan...........................................................................................................................................
1. 2.
3. 4.
Introduction to Resubmission Application, if applicable(Not to exceed three pages.),or Introduction to Revision Application, if applicable(Not to exceed one page.) ..................................................................................................Specific Aims ..............................................................................................................................................................................
Background and Significance .....................................................................................................................................................Preliminary Studies/Progress Report (Items 2-5: not to exceed 25 pages).............................
5. Research Design and Methods ..................................................................................................................................................6. Inclusion Enrollment Report (Renewal or Revision applications only)........................................................................................7. Bibliography and References Cited/Progress Report Publication List........................................................................................8. Protection of Human Subjects ....................................................................................................................................................9.InclusionofWomenandMinorities.............................................................................................................................................10.Targeted/PlannedEnrollmentTable...........................................................................................................................................11. Inclusion of Children ...................................................................................................................................................................12. Vertebrate Animals .....................................................................................................................................................................13.SelectAgentResearch...............................................................................................................................................................14. Multiple PD/PI Leadership Plan..................................................................................................................................................15. Consortium/Contractual Arrangements ......................................................................................................................................16.LettersofSupport(e.g.,Consultants).........................................................................................................................................17. Resource Sharing Plan (s)..........................................................................................................................................................
Appendix(Five identical CDs.)
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Form Page 3
Program Director/Principal Investigator (Last, First, Middle):
FROM 9/1/2009
Ferree, Nita
PERSONNEL(Applicant organization only)
SUBTOTALS
64,800
9.6
1.2
2
THROUGH 8/31/2010
DETAILED BUDGET FOR INITIAL BUDGET PERIOD DIRECT COSTS ONLY
SALARY REQUESTED
OTHER EXPENSES(Itemize by category)
SUBTOTAL DIRECT COSTS FOR INITIAL BUDGET PERIOD(Item 7a, Face Page)
Page7
5,358,396 Form Page 4
$
$
4,001,591 1,356,805
FACILITIES AND ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS
PHS 398 (Rev. 11/07)
CONSORTIUM/CONTRACTUAL COSTS
TRAVEL PI=4,800; Governance=19,200; Support=36,000; Developer=4,800 PATIENT CARE COSTS INPATIENTOUTPATIENT ALTERATIONS AND RENOVATIONS(Itemize by category)
TOTAL DIRECT COSTS FOR INITIAL BUDGET PERIOD
Months Devoted to Project
6
6,000
6
Buhler, Amy
ROLE ON PROJECT
PD/PI
Bushousen, Ellie
Conlon, Michael
Barnes, Christopher
CONSORTIUM/CONTRACTUAL COSTS
Dev Lead
Site Team Lead
3
Cal. Mnths
UF Team HSC
Site Support Librarian
UF Team HSC
SUPPLIES(Itemize by category) Small items
CONSULTANT COSTS EQUIPMENT(Itemize)8 servers @ 6,200/each=49,600; 10 workstations @2,000/each=20,000; 6 storage @ 3,000/each=18,000
Botero, Cecilia
MeSH Expert
NAME
1.2
Davis, Valrie
DIRECT COSTS
87,600
983,126
330,268
1,313,394
2,529,798
DOLLAR AMOUNT REQUESTED(omit cents)
INST.BASE SALARY
FRINGE BENEFITS
TOTAL
Conlon, Michael
Summer Mnths
Acad. Mnths
THROUGH 08/31/2010
Jesano, Rae
ROLE ON PROJECT
PD/PI
TOTAL
FRINGE BENEFITS
6
Russell, Sara G.
UF Team Librarian
UF Team HSC
UF Team Lead
UF Team HSC
1.2
1.2
1.2
2.4
INST.BASE SALARY
SALARY REQUESTED
1,313,394
Acad. Mnths
Summer Mnths
Cal. Mnths
UF Team HSC Lead
SUBTOTALS
3
DIRECT COSTS
CONSORTIUM/CONTRACTUAL COSTS
PHS 398 (Rev. 11/07)
CONSORTIUM/CONTRACTUAL COSTS
983,126
OTHER EXPENSES(Itemize by category)
330,268
Page8
SUBTOTAL DIRECT COSTS FOR INITIAL BUDGET PERIOD(Item 7a, Face Page)
4,001,591 1,356,805
FACILITIES AND ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS
Johnson, Margeaux
Ed Tech Team Lead
Hack, George
DOLLAR AMOUNT REQUESTED(omit cents)
NAME
Program Director/Principal Investigator (Last, First, Middle):
Schaefer, Nancy
PERSONNEL(Applicant organization only)
Tennant, Michele
SUPPLIES(Itemize by category)
TRAVEL PATIENT CARE COSTS INPATIENT OUTPATIENTALTERATIONS AND RENOVATIONS(Itemize by category)
TOTAL DIRECT COSTS FOR INITIAL BUDGET PERIOD
FROM 09/1/2009
Months Devoted to Project
DETAILED BUDGET FOR INITIAL BUDGET PERIOD DIRECT COSTS ONLY
Conlon, Michael
$
5,358,396 Form Page 4
$
CONSULTANT COSTS EQUIPMENT(Itemize)
2,529,798
Turner, Alicia
TOTAL
FRINGE BENEFITS
THROUGH 08/31/2010
112,430
Conlon, Michael
59,187
CONSORTIUM/CONTRACTUAL COSTS
SUBTOTAL DIRECT COSTS FOR INITIAL BUDGET PERIOD(Item 7a, Face Page)
TOTAL DIRECT COSTS FOR INITIAL BUDGET PERIOD
85,000
TBA
TBA
FROM 09/1/2009
2,529,798
5,358,396 Form Page 4
$
4,001,591 1,356,805
$
FACILITIES AND ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS
330,268
Page9
TBA
CONSULTANT COSTS EQUIPMENT(Itemize)
Site Support Tech
12
Team Lead
6
Developer
PD/PI
ROLE ON PROJECT
Program Director/Principal Investigator (Last, First, Middle):
Cal. Mnths
Months Devoted to Project
OTHER EXPENSES(Itemize by category)
PHS 398 (Rev. 11/07)
CONSORTIUM/CONTRACTUAL COSTS
Team Lead
12
6
6
DETAILED BUDGET FOR INITIAL BUDGET PERIOD DIRECT COSTS ONLY
90,000
Williams, Stephen V.
Research Asst
NAME
PERSONNEL(Applicant organization only)
SUPPLIES(Itemize by category)
TBA
TRAVEL PATIENT CARE COSTS INPATIENT OUTPATIENT ALTERATIONS AND RENOVATIONS(Itemize by category)
85,000
SUBTOTALS
Developer
12
45,000
14,187
85,000
59,187
27,430
45,000
INST.BASE SALARY
SALARY REQUESTED
Acad. Mnths
Summer Mnths
90,000
14,187
DOLLAR AMOUNT REQUESTED(omit cents)
983,126
85,000
DIRECT COSTS
27,430
112,430
1,313,394