Below, please find information on how to find funds to support your research, and also information on NIH resources, and grant-writing.
The Pivot website has a searchable database of potential research funding resources.
Fundsnet has a list of foundations that offer research support.
OPRS at UIC is a good resource for funding opportunities. You can also learn more about the Chancellor’s Discovery Fund, the STEM grants, and find announcements on limited competitions. Tony Halford at OPRS is an invaluable resource.
UIUC’s library has a list of resources for the University of Illinois Community.
The Society for Women’s Health Research has women’s health-specific research support information.
Grants.gov is another good resource.
For faculty in our department, documents explaining the NIH grant Process, tips on preparing and NIH grant proposal, and sample NIH grants are on our shared drive (G:) in the faculty folder. Here is a link to a document that describes our OB/Gyn and COM resources and facilities to potentially be used for NIH and other grants.
Additional NIH resources.
NIH’s US National Library of Medicine has a list of tutorials on their website.
The NIH website is a wealth of information, including explanations of the different types of grants available (R, K, T, F & P).
The NIH Peer Review Process
There are several valuable resources for understanding the process by which NIH grant applications are reviewed, and ultimately awarded or rejected. Here are a few that may be of use as you go through the process:
A humorous, yet informative, powerpoint by Dr. Coehlo of Stanford University.
Two videos by the NIH on the peer review process and tips for applicants.
USDHHS’s description of the peer review process (including what the impact/priority scores mean).
The School of Public Health has a variety of resources on their webpage. In particular, they have a a document containing information on UIC and SPH resources and environment that may be of use for NIH and other grants.
Resource on how to write White Papers.