Sample Behavioral Research Grant Applications

Five investigators and their organizations agreed to let the Behavioral Research Program (BRP) post excerpts of their grant applications to demonstrate what a successful grant application looks like.

Sample Applications

Vegetable Garden Feasibility Trial to Promote Function in Older Cancer Survivors


Principal Investigator

Wendy Demark-Wahnefried

Wendy Demark-Wahnefried, Ph.D.
University of Alabama at Birmingham

Grant Mechanism & Award Number

1R21CA182508-01

A Primary Care Multilevel mHealth Colorectal Cancer Screening (mCRC) Intervention


Principal Investigator

David P. Miller

David P. Miller, MD, MS Exit Disclaimer
Wake Forest School of Medicine

Grant Mechanism & Award Number

1R01CA178941-01

Participant Beliefs and Bias in a Randomized Controlled Trial


Principal Investigator

Judy R. Rees

Judy R. Rees, B.M., B.Ch., M.P.H., Ph.D. Exit Disclaimer
Dartmouth College
 

Grant Mechanism & Award Number

1R03CA178272-01

Constituent Yields and Biomarkers of Exposure for Tobacco Product Regulation


Principal Investigator

Irina Stepanov

Irina Stepanov, Ph.D.
University of Minnesota

Grant Mechanism & Award Number

1R01CA179246-01

Multisensory Processing Across Lifespan and Links to Cognition


Principal Investigator

Mark T. Wallace

Mark T. Wallace, Ph.D. Exit Disclaimer
Vanderbilt University

Grant Mechanism & Award Number

1R21CA183492-01

Details

BRP is grateful to the investigators who enabled our program to deliver this valuable resource. Please note that certain details are redacted, such as social security numbers, budgets, and home addresses. Additionally, to minimize the file size, BRP excluded sections of the original application that provide routine details, such as lists of performance sites and key personnel, biographical sketches, and bibliographies. As a result, SF424 (R&R) sections do not appear in these samples.

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