Sample Grant Applications

Several investigators and their organizations agreed to post part of their dissemination and implementation grant applications online. We are grateful to them for letting us provide this resource to the community.

Note: These sample grants predate some recent grants policy changes, including NIH’s Data Management and Sharing (DMS) Policy (effective January 25, 2023). Please refer to the NIH Grants Policy and NCI Grants Policy to ensure your application is in full compliance.

Sample Grant Applications

R37: Sustainability Determinants of an Intervention to Identify Clinical Deterioration and Improve Childhood Cancer Survival in Low-Resource Hospitals

Principal Investigator

Asya Agulnik

Asya Agulnik, MD, MPH
ST. JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL*

Virginia McKay

Virginia McKay, MA, PhD
RESEARCH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR*

NOFO**

PAR-19-274

Award Number

1R37CA276215-01

R21: Policy Implementation Research on Health Benefit Mandates for Fertility Preservation Services to Improve Access to Care in Young Cancer Survivors

Principal Investigator

Hui-Chen Irene Su

Hui-Chun Irene Su, MD, MSCE
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO HEALTH*

NOFO**

PAR-19-275

Award Number

R21#CA271184-01A1

R01: Establishing Smoke-Free Homes with Families Involved in Child Protective Services: An Effectiveness-Implementation Trial of an Integrated Program

Principal Investigator

Shannon R. Self-Brown

Shannon R. Self-Brown, PhD
Georgia State University School of Public Health*

NOFO**

PAR 18-559

Award Number

R01#CA248551-01A1

R37: Testing an Adaptive Implementation Strategy to Optimize Delivery of Obesity Prevention Practices in Early Care and Education Settings

Principal Investigator

Taren Swindle

Taren Swindle, PhD
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences*

NOFO**

PAR 19-274

Award Number

R37#CA252113-01A1

R37: De-implementation of low value castration for men with prostate cancer

Principal Investigator

Ted Skolarus

Ted Skolarus, MD, MPH, FACS
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor*

NOFO**

PAR 16-238

Award Number

R37#CA222885-01

R21: Improving HPV Vaccination Using Implementation Strategies in Community Pharmacies

Principal Investigator

Benjamin Teeter

Benjamin Teeter, PhD, MS
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences*

NOFO**

PAR 18-017

Award Number

R21#CA231180-01A1

R01: Using Technology to Scale-Up an Occupational Sun Protection Policy Program

Principal Investigator

David B. Buller

David B. Buller, PhD
Klein Buendel Inc.*

NOFO**

PAR 16-238

Award Number

R01#CA210259-01A1

R01: Implementing Cancer Prevention Using Patient - Provider Clinical Decision Support

Principal Investigator

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Thomas E. Elliott, MD
HealthPartners Institute*

NOFO**

PAR 13-055

Award Number

R01#CA193396-01A1

R21: Effective Training Models for Implementing Health-Promoting Practices Afterschool

Principal Investigator

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Rebekka Mairghread Lee, ScD
Harvard School of Public Health*

NOFO**

PAR 13-054

Award Number

R21#CA201567-01A1

R01: Increasing Implementation of Evidence-Based Interventions at Low-Wage Worksites

Principal Investigator

Margaret Hannon

Margaret Hannon, PhD
University of Washington*

NOFO**

PAR 10-038

Award Number

R01#CA160217-01A1

Additional Information

We redact some information from these documents, such as budgets, social security numbers, home addresses, and introductions to revised applications. We also only include a copy of the SF 424 R&R Face Page, Project Summary/Abstract (Description), Project Narrative, Specific Aims, and Research Strategy. We do not include other SF 424 (R&R) forms or basic information found in full grant applications, such as performance sites, key personnel, or biographical sketches.

*Institution at time of grant award.
**Notice(s) of Funding Opportunities (NOFOs) at the time of grant award that have since expired.

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