Get Funded

Obtaining and maintaining funding is critical to sustaining your research career. Whether that support comes from a foundation or philanthropy, the NIH, or another government agency, the resources below provide strategies to effectively navigate the proposal process and maximize your chances of success.

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NIH Funding: Navigating the R01 & K Grant Submission Process

Online course for researchers applying for NIH grant funding

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Industry Funding: Application Process & Establishing Industry Relationships

Online course for researchers applying for industry funding

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Techniques to Writing a Competitive Grant

Online course for researchers seeking and applying for grant funding

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Non-NIH Government Agency Funding: Grant Submission Process

Online course for researchers applying for non-NIH federal grant funding

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Funding Your Research: How to Obtain Foundation & Philanthropic Grants

Online course for researchers applying for foundation and philanthropic grant funding

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Grant Review and Support Program

A multi-year program for K grant awardees seeking independent research funding

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Elements of Grant Writing

The Elements of Grant Writing guide is a compilation of tips, timelines, and templates from a variety of grant-writing experts and funders designed to aid investigators in successfully applying for grants from federal, foundation, and corporate sources. The guide is also a key component of the Grant Review and Support Program (GRASP).

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Navigating NIH Funding Links

How Should Scientists Communicate Science to Investors?

Communication Skills Training Series: Answering Big Questions on Public Speaking

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Writing Advice and Tips

Grant Review Process

An Insider's Guide to NIH Peer Review for Applicants

This brief video introduces the basics of NIH peer review

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