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Program Title,Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases EEID. Synopsis of Program, The multi agency Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases program supports research on the ecological. evolutionary and social principles and processes that influence the transmission dynamics of infectious diseases. The central theme of submitted projects must be quantitative or computational understanding of pathogen. transmission dynamics The intent is discovery of principles of infectious disease transmission and testing. mathematical or computational models that elucidate infectious disease systems Projects should be broad. interdisciplinary efforts that go beyond the scope of typical studies They should focus on the determinants and. interactions of transmission among humans non human animals and or plants This includes for example the. spread of pathogens the influence of environmental factors such as climate the population dynamics and genetics of. reservoir species or hosts the feedback between ecological transmission and evolutionary dynamics and the. cultural social behavioral and economic dimensions of pathogen transmission Research may be on zoonotic. environmentally borne vector borne or enteric pathogens of either terrestrial or freshwater systems and organisms. including diseases of animals and plants at any scale from specific pathogens to inclusive environmental systems. Proposals for research on disease systems of public health concern to developing countries are strongly encouraged. as are disease systems of concern in agricultural systems Investigators are encouraged to develop the appropriate. multidisciplinary team including for example modelers ecologists bioinformaticians genomics researchers social. scientists economists epidemiologists evolutionary biologists entomologists parasitologists microbiologists. bacteriologists virologists pathologists or veterinarians with the goal of integrating knowledge across disciplines to. enhance our ability to predict and control infectious diseases. Cognizant Program Officer s, Please note that the following information is current at the time of publishing See program website for any updates to the points of. Katharina Dittmar Program Director,703 292 7799,email kdittmar nsf gov. Christine Jessup Program Director NIH FIC,301 496 1653.
301 402 0779,email christine jessup nih gov,Peter Johnson National Program Leader. 202 401 1896,email pjohnson nifa usda gov,Sadhana Sharma Strategy and Policy Manager. UKRI BBSRC,44 1793 413099,sadhana sharma bbsrc ac uk. Rachel Heni Haring Deputy Executive Director,972 2 5828239. email heni bsf org il,Xiuping Liu Division Director.
86 10 62325377,email liuxp nsfc gov cn,Jie Shen Program Manager. 86 10 62327017,email shenjie nsfc gov cn,Daniel Janes Program Director. 301 594 0943,email daniel janes nih gov,Stephanie Coomes Health Scientist Administrator. 301 761 6855,email stephanie coomes nih gov,Rebecca Ferrell Program Director. 703 292 7850,email rferrell nsf gov,Susanna Remold Program Director.
703 292 7836,email sremold nsf gov,Samuel M Scheiner Program Director. 703 292 7175,email sscheine nsf gov, Applicable Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance CFDA Number s. USDA NIFA Agriculture and Food Research Initiative. Biological Sciences,Social Behavioral and Economic Sciences. Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Research,National Institute of General Medical Sciences. John E Fogarty International Center,Award Information.
Anticipated Type of Award,Standard Grant or Continuing Grant. Estimated Number of Awards,Anticipated Funding Amount. 20 000 000, in FY 2019 pending the availability of funds That amount includes approximately 7 5M from NSF for new standard or continuing. awards approximately 7 5M from NIH for new or continuing awards and 5M from USDA for new awards The expected funding from. the UKRI BBSRC for the UK component of the US UK Collaborative Projects will be a maximum of 2M The expected funding from the. BSF for the Israeli component of the US Israel Collaborative Projects will be a maximum of 70 000 year The expected funding from. the NSFC for the Chinese component of the US China Collaborative Projects will be a maximum of 9M. Eligibility Information,Who May Submit Proposals, The categories of proposers eligible to submit proposals to the National Science Foundation are identified in the NSF. Proposal Award Policies Procedures Guide PAPPG Chapter I E. Who May Serve as PI,There are no restrictions or limits.
Limit on Number of Proposals per Organization,There are no restrictions or limits. Limit on Number of Proposals per PI or Co PI, In a given year an individual may participate as a PI co PI or sub award lead on no more than two proposals. submitted in response to this solicitation This limit does not include RCN proposals In addition an individual from. Israel may participate in no more than one US BSF proposal and an individual from China may participate in no more. than one US China proposal Proposals in excess of the limit for any person will be returned without review in the. reverse order received Participating in a proposal as other senior personnel does not count in this limit Changes in. investigator roles post submission to meet the eligibility limits will not be allowed It is the responsibility of the. submitters to confirm that the entire team is within the eligibility guidelines. Proposal Preparation and Submission Instructions,A Proposal Preparation Instructions. Letters of Intent Not required,Preliminary Proposal Submission Not required. Full Proposals, Full Proposals submitted via FastLane NSF Proposal and Award Policies and Procedures Guide PAPPG guidelines.
apply The complete text of the PAPPG is available electronically on the NSF website at. https www nsf gov publications pub summ jsp ods key pappg. Full Proposals submitted via Research gov NSF Proposal and Award Policies and Procedures Guide PAPPG. guidelines apply The complete text of the PAPPG is available electronically on the NSF website at. https www nsf gov publications pub summ jsp ods key pappg. Full Proposals submitted via Grants gov NSF Grants gov Application Guide A Guide for the Preparation and. Submission of NSF Applications via Grants gov guidelines apply Note The NSF Grants gov Application Guide is. available on the Grants gov website and on the NSF website at https www nsf gov publications pub summ jsp. ods key grantsgovguide,B Budgetary Information,Cost Sharing Requirements. Inclusion of voluntary committed cost sharing is prohibited. Indirect Cost F A Limitations,Not Applicable,Other Budgetary Limitations. Other budgetary limitations apply Please see the full text of this solicitation for further information. C Due Dates, Full Proposal Deadline s due by 5 p m submitter s local time. November 21 2018,Third Wednesday in November Annually Thereafter. Proposal Review Information Criteria,Merit Review Criteria.
National Science Board approved criteria Additional merit review considerations apply Please see the full text of this solicitation for. further information,Award Administration Information. Award Conditions, Additional award conditions apply Please see the full text of this solicitation for further information. Reporting Requirements, Additional reporting requirements apply Please see the full text of this solicitation for further information. TABLE OF CONTENTS,Summary of Program Requirements,I Introduction. II Program Description,III Award Information,IV Eligibility Information.
V Proposal Preparation and Submission Instructions. A Proposal Preparation Instructions,B Budgetary Information. C Due Dates,D FastLane Research gov Grants gov Requirements. VI NSF Proposal Processing and Review Procedures,A Merit Review Principles and Criteria. B Review and Selection Process,VII Award Administration Information. A Notification of the Award,B Award Conditions,C Reporting Requirements.
VIII Agency Contacts,IX Other Information,I INTRODUCTION. The past twenty years have seen a dramatic increase in our awareness of the need to understand the ecological and evolutionary. drivers of disease emergence and transmission dynamics While our knowledge has increased about specific systems and the basic. principles of simple systems understanding of complex systems and translation of those principles into ecosystem public health and. agricultural health management tools remains challenging System complexity includes such factors as multiple interacting species of. hosts pathogens and or vectors interactions among pathogenic and non pathogenic microbes interactions between biological cultural. and social factors effects of spatial and temporal structure and evolutionary dynamics. The emergence and the re emergence of numerous infectious diseases around the world have coincided with unprecedented rates of. change in the structure and diversity of the environment and human social and economic systems Nearly all of the world s terrestrial. and aquatic ecosystems have undergone dramatic changes due to a variety of human activities such as habitat transformation human. displacement and relocation urbanization rapid long distance transport and increased international trade species invasions deliberate. introduction of infectious diseases for biological control wildlife trafficking chemical waste contamination use of antimicrobial agents in. agriculture and medicine and climate change The coincidence of broad scale environmental changes the expansion of human social. and economic networks and the emergence of infectious diseases may point to underlying predictable ecological and eco evolutionary. relationships, We have improved our ability to define the molecular identity and dynamics of pathogens and have greatly increased our. understanding of host defense systems We are able to apply genetic knowledge to understand the evolutionary dynamics of infectious. diseases These improvements have contributed significantly to our knowledge of the epidemiology and transmission patterns of. diseases However the relationship of these factors to the biotic and structural complexity of ecological agricultural and social systems. in which transmission occurs remains poorly understood For example little is known about the transmission dynamics of interacting. pathogens and non pathogens within a common host In addition although these dynamics take place over evolutionary time for. pathogens and in the context of social systems insufficient attention has been given to integrating ecological epidemiological. evolutionary and socio economic dynamics, At present basic and applied research in infectious disease ecology and evolution are not well integrated The potential benefits of an. interdisciplinary research program in this area include. development of disease transmission theory,improved understanding of how diseases re emerge. improved understanding of host population and ecosystem effects on disease transmission. increased capacity to forecast and respond to outbreaks. improved understanding of unintended health effects of development projects affecting terrestrial and freshwater systems. enhanced safety of food supplies and, improved strategies to control or prevent infectious diseases and enhance biosecurity.
An understudied aspect of disease transmission is the importance of socio ecological factors and processes Important new insights. into the drivers and control of infectious diseases in humans and other species can only be achieved by integrated approaches that. take into account the ways in which the natural and social environments affect the emergence and spread of infectious disease This. concept often called one health links medical veterinary social and environmental sciences by drawing on a common pool of. knowledge between the three sectors in order to exploit the potential of animal disease research to provide insights into ecosystem. agricultural and human health, This activity is a continuation of the previous joint National Science Foundation National Institutes of Health United States Department. of Agriculture NSF NIH USDA Ecology of Infectious Disease competition Information on past awards can be found at EEID Awards. Additional information for NIH can be found at http www fic nih gov Programs Pages ecology infectious diseases aspx and for USDA. at https nifa usda gov funding opportunity ecology and evolution infectious diseases. II PROGRAM DESCRIPTION, The goal of the Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases EEID program is to support important and innovative research on the. ecological evolutionary and socio ecological principles that influence the transmission dynamics of infectious diseases The program s. focus is on the discovery of general principles and processes and on building and testing models that elucidate these principles. Projects must address the quantitative or computational understanding of pathogen transmission dynamics Research in EEID. is expected to be an interdisciplinary effort that goes beyond the scope of typical studies funded by the standing programs of the. partner agencies Projects should bring together such areas as anthropology bioinformatics computational science ecology. economics epidemiology evolution food science genomics geography global health mathematics medicine microbiology. improved strategies to control or prevent infectious diseases and enhance biosecurity An understudied aspect of disease transmission is the importance of socio ecological factors and processes Important new insights into the drivers and control of infectious diseases in humans and other species can only be achieved by integrated approaches that

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