Acute to Chronic Pain Signatures (A2CPS) Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
We appreciate your interest in the NIH Common Fund Acute to Chronic Pain Signatures (A2CPS) funding opportunities. The NIH hosted a pre-application interactive Q&A webinar (NOT-RM-18-021) on September 6, 2018 for the five program FOAs:
In addition, this Frequently Asked Questions page is also updated to reflect questions received during each webinar:
Questions Generated from the Applicant Informational Webinar:
A2CPS General Application Questions (for RFA specific questions see lower on the page.)
Abbreviations used below:
MCC: Multisite Clinical Centers
CCC: Clinical Coordination Center
DIRC: Data Integration and Resource Center
ODGC: Omics Data Generation Centers
24. Can applicants apply to more than one RFA as a PI or as a component of a project?Can applicants submit to one or more of these RFAs and also submit investigator-initiated or other types of NIH applications?
MCC Specific Questions:
33.The MCC FOA suggest that 50% of subjects should be enrolled and complete 6 months by 1 year. This means the first 6 months would need 50% enrollment. How tight is that schedule and can it be modified?
53. For peri-surgical pain data collection FOA, it is likely that data collection will occur at multiple sites. Do you see having one primary site & the lead site writing the proposal?Or will the proposal come from multiple PIs with each site PI being multi-PI?
This page last reviewed on October 18, 2019