RFAs / Funding Opportunities
PHACS Emerging Research Pilot (ERP) Program - OPEN
Applications for the PHACS Emerging Research Pilot (ERP) Program are now OPEN. The deadline is February 1, 2022.
The PHACS Emerging Research Pilot Program supports the investigation of new scientific questions arising during the course of PHACS studies, as well as previously identified scientific questions. These are scientific questions that align with the PHACS scientific agenda but were unable to be funded in the current grant funding.
These Pilot Program funds are intended primarily for PHACS-affiliated investigators who wish to apply for PHACS discretionary funds. These funds were required to be made available by the PHACS grant RFA in order to advance the aims of the PHACS protocols. Non-PHACS investigators may also apply, but at least one PHACS-affiliated investigator must be included on the proposal team, and data that can be collected by PHACS sites must be used.
To view the full eligibility requirements, funding information, key dates, and application format requirements, please refer to the following documents:
- Emerging Research Pilot Program Request for Applications (RFA) (PDF)
- Budget Template (Excel Document)
- Budget Justification Template (Word Document)
Please contact PHACS@hsph.harvard.edu with any questions or for further information.
George R. Seage, III PHACS Early Career Investigator Mentored Research Award Program Application - CLOSED
Applications for the 2021 George R. Seage III PHACS Early Career Investigator Mentored Research Award are now CLOSED. The deadline was September 13, 2021.
Dr. George Seage was a beloved Professor of Epidemiology at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health and one of the founding members of the PHACS network. George was a passionate advocate for research on HIV prevention and treatment using novel epidemiologic methods, and was a deeply committed mentor to many early career investigators, in PHACS and beyond. The PHACS Early Career Investigator Award was dedicated to George’s memory in the Spring of 2021. To read more about George, his accomplishments, and his legacy please see the PHACS In Memoriam Page.