College of Medicine Funding Opportunities
Richard Galbraith, M.D., Ph.D., Interim Senior Associate Dean for Research, and Michael Toth, Ph.D., Chair of the Research Committee, call your attention to the following internal funding opportunities.
Application forms, instructions and additional guidelines are available below. Please read the guidelines and instructions carefully, and address questions concerning the suitability of proposed projects or budgetary items to Dr. Toth at email@example.com.
Internal Grant Program (IGP) Matching Fund Program
IGP monies are intended to support research studies by College of Medicine faculty aimed specifically at collecting preliminary data for extramural grant applications.
Matching Fund Program: This new program provides 2-to-1 matching funds for all departmental support up to $75,000 ($25,000 departmental contribution). In all cases, principal investigators should first approach their department chairs or unit leaders (research center, etc.) for matching fund commitments. The cap for IGPs without departmental support is $15,000. All full-time (75% FTE or greater) College of Medicine faculty members are eligible to request research support from the IPG funds. Download the Internal Grant form for detailed guidelines and application.
Bridge Support Program (BSP)
These funds are intended to support all full-time, College of Medicine faculty (75% FTE or greater) who, for one reason or another, currently, or will in the near term (within 6 months), find themselves temporarily without extramural funding for research. Funding is available to faculty members with previous support though individual grants as well as through components of multi-investigator grants. Download the Internal Grant form for detailed guidelines and application.
Internal Grant/Bridge Support Program Forms
IMPORTANT Notes on the review process:
- Applications will be reviewed by the College of Medicine Research Committee; two reviewers will act as primary reviewers, and in rare cases an external reviewer may be asked to comment. Accordingly, all submissions should be written in a language that is understandable to scientists who are not experts in the applicant's field of study.
- Each application will be scored by the entire committee using the NIH system (10-90, plus “unscored”); the Chair of the Committee reports the scores to the Senior Associate Dean for Research, who, along with the Dean, makes final funding decisions.
- Applications are accepted three times annually, per normal funding cycles (November, March, and July).
All recipients of IGP/BSP funds are requested to submit a 1-2 page progress report 1 year after start-date. Funds will be available for a total period of 2 years with availability of funds for the second year contingent on appropriate progress reporting.
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