ARPA-H Resources Available on the SOT Training Website 


The Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H) is the newest federal funding agency under the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). The mission of ARPA-H is to support high-impact research in support of transformative, sustainable, and equitable biomedical and health solutions for everyone.  

ARPA-H @ Emory Website and Resources 

Resources are now available at to assist ORA staff with ARPA-H proposal submissions. Available resources include the following: 

  • Videos of recent ORA Bootcamps focused on ARPA-H Proposal Submissions at Emory and Budgeting for ARPA-H. 
  • ARPA-H presentation slides from Emory and Georgia Tech’s joint Introduction to ARPA-H Workshop and the ARPA-H Proposal Submissions at Emory ORA Bootcamp. 
  • Sample templates for ARPA-H proposal documents, including cover sheets, biosketches, and current/pending support.  
  • A responsibility matrix highlighting documents required in ARPA-H’s first BAA and how responsibilities for those documents may be assigned.  

The SOT team is actively working on additional job aids and guides and will be adding more this site soon.  

Feedback and Tips 

If you are working or have worked with a faculty member on an ARPA-H proposal and would like to share your experience or proposal tips with the SOT team, please reach out to tricia [dot] callahan [at] emory [dot] edu or heather [dot] lennon [at] emory [dot] edu.  


For more information about ARPA-H, visit

To review ARPA-H’s first BAA (Notice ID: 75N99223S0001), visit



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