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CENTER FOR FOOD ANIMAL HEALTH
APPLICATION FOR HATCH, MULTI-STATE, BOVINE
ABORTION FUNDS
(CFAH FORM 1)
Principal Investigator(s) & Co-Investigator(s):
Project Title *:
Project Status (check one):
Type of Project:
New: ☐ Continuing: ☐
Hatch: ☐
Multi-State: ☐
Bovine Abortion: ☐
Commodity classification (check all that apply):
Dairy: ☐ Beef: ☐
Poultry: ☐
Other species: ☐
On page 2 of this form, PRIORITY ISSUES, please check all boxes that apply to your project.
Amount Requested: $
*For continuing projects, list amounts of funding received per year since the initial starting date.
Amount Received: $
For Continuing Projects, please provide the following information:
Project #
* All continuation requests must use the prior approved titles.
Continuation Project: Year
☐1 ☐2 ☐3 ☐4
Funding Awarded (Previous fiscal year): $
Attach Progress Report, including publications resulting from PI’s research.
Has this research resulted in a submitted or funded extramural research grant? ☐Yes
☐No
___________________________________________________________________________________
CFAH funding application required forms:
CFAH – Form 1 – Page 1 and Page 2 (Priority Issues - please check all that apply to your proposal)
CFAH – Form 2
CFAH – Form 3
CFAH – Form 4
CFAH – Form 5 (progress report required for continuation projects)
CFAH – Form 6 (List of Extramural Current and Pending Support)
Extramural grant copy NOT required
REEport Forms:
If you are notified that your proposal has been selected to be funded, you are required to initiate a project
in REEport within one week of notification date.
Signature required on page 2
Rev. 4/28/17
PRIORITY ISSUES
High Priority Issues (List is alphabetical, and all are considered equally important)
☐ Alternatives to Medically-Important Antimicrobial Drugs (Including vaccines and vaccine development,
bacteriophage and bacteriophage gene products, essential oils, immune enhancers, innate defense molecules, naturallyoccurring antibacterial lytic enzymes, organic acids, phytochemicals, prebiotics, probiotics, small interfering RNAs,
therapeutic antibodies, lytic enzymes, cytokines, and other novel products or applications.)
☐ Animal Welfare and Well-Being (Including evaluation of production systems for meeting animal welfare needs,
pain management strategies, methods and evaluation of euthanasia techniques, risk factors for downer cows, and
development of science-based animal care guidelines for promoting food animal welfare.)
☐Antimicrobial and Antiparasitic Drugs: Judicious Use, Stewardship and Resistance (Including education, outreach,
and policy focus)
☐ Disease Prevention, Control & Surveillance (Including pathogen isolation/characterization, development of
surveillance methods, vaccine development/vaccination delivery systems, and development/validation of diagnostic
tests.)
☐Endemic and Production-Limiting Diseases of Food-Producing Animals
☐Environmental & Ecosystem Health Issues (Including water recycling and reuse involving animal agriculture and
production systems; land, air, water, nutrient, & microbial management.) /Livestock and Poultry Carcass Disposal
(Including routine mortality & catastrophic losses.)
☐Extend science needed for guiding public policy development related to food animal health, animal agriculture, and
food safety (Including all commodity groups: aquaculture, beef cattle, dairy cattle, goats, poultry, sheep).
☐ Identification, Detection, & Elimination of Residues (Including hormones.)
☐ Integration of animal health and well-being with One Health concepts related to agricultural animals (such as
zoonoses, occupational and environmental health)
☐On-Farm Food Safety Issues (Including microbial and other hazards related to food-borne illnesses.)
☐ Small-Scale Production Systems (Including impacts and interactions with conventional or large-scale food animal
production systems.)
☐ Sustainable Production Systems (Including profitability, nutrition/nutrient management and manure management;
other environmental concerns related to animal agriculture including air and water quality issues.)
☐Systems Analysis and Modeling for Solving Complex Food Animal Disease and Production Problems (Including
preparedness for incursions of exotic or transboundary diseases.)
☐ Transboundary and Emerging Diseases of Agricultural Animals (Including infectious, zoonotic, exotic, and vectorborne diseases.)
Lower Priority Issues
☐Food Animal Agriculture Literacy (Including outreach to students and colleagues in veterinary profession)
☐Food & Feed Systems Security (Including biodefense of food systems and food quality.)
Technologies
☐Advanced Mathematical and Simulation Modeling Technologies
☐Advanced Molecular Technologies
☐Ecosystem Health Technologies
☐Genomics/Proteomics/Metabolomics/Bioinformatics
Strategies
☐Biosecurity for Disease Control (Including on-farm and supply chain protection of feed and other products
that enter or interface with the food production system)
☐Certification/Quality Assurance
☐Educational Outreach (Including just-in-time education learning systems)
☐Emergency Planning & Response (Including managed movement and business continuity plans)
☐Production Systems Management
Project Title *:
______________________
Principal Investigator
Date
________________________
Department Chair
Date
Rev. 4/28/17