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DoD CDMRP grants

Need assistance with DoD CDMRP proposals?

The Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program (CDMRP) aims to fill research gaps by funding high impact, high risk and high gain projects that other agencies may not venture to fund. While individual programs are unique in their focus, all of the programs managed by the CDMRP share the common goal of advancing paradigm shifting research, solutions that will lead to cures or improvements in patient care, or breakthrough technologies and resources for clinical benefit. 

When applying for a CDMRP grant, follow the funding opportunity announcement’s guidelines in combination with the General Application Instructions (GAI) guide for that research program. General formatting guidelines are highlighted in the checklists provided in each of the program folders linked below as well as Appendix 4 of any of GAI PDFs.

Access the Review and submit the proposal page for guidance on submission of the proposal, and contact your grants administrator if you have questions (e.g., what documents transfer from SPS versus what is uploaded into grants.duke). 

Note: the preproposal stage is submitted through eBRAP (CDMRP’s system), while the full proposal is submitted through grants.duke

Who to contact when planning for a CDMRP proposal

If you are planning a CDMRP proposal and wish to consult with a Research Development Professional, please contact:

Proposal forms, templates, and toolkits

Preproposal forms and templates
Full proposal forms and templates

Templates for documents common across solicitations are linked directly below. See specific Program folders in the following accordion for additional documents tailored for your solicitation of interest, as applicable (e.g., Technical Abstract, Lay Abstract, Impact Statement, Innovation Statement, Military Relevance, Partnership Statement)

Proposal development toolkits for CDMRP Research Programs and solicitations

Each folder includes subfolders for solicitations that were pursued by Duke faculty over the last few fiscal years.  These folders include the solicitation and general application instructions, a checklist for preapplication and full application documents, the programmatic panel roster, and templates tailored to the submission.

CDMRP program toolkits: