For your convenience this section is divided into Federal and Non-Federal Funding. If you have questions regarding the grants and fellowships listed, please contact the Grant/Research Coordinator: email@example.com. If you are preparing a pilot grant proposal and would like to view samples of previously funded proposals please contact Research at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is collaborating with Boston Medical Center’s Office of Development to offer grant-seekers from across Boston University to access the BMC Foundation Relations and Government Grants grant writing, editing and formatting services for NIH and other federal applications. If you would like to request one or all of these services, please click here to complete a short form. CTSI Leadership will review your request and respond within 3-5 business days.
The Boston University CTSI is also starting a program to help current K or similar Career Development Grant Recipients succeed in obtaining independent research funding (e.g. R grants or similar). CTSI will support 10% salary for an Associate Professor or higher at either the Charles River or Medical Campus. Interested Candidates must submit a one page vision of the elements of a successful Career Development Program and an updated NIH Biosketch. Candidates must have an established track record of obtaining independent research support and will be selected based on a competitive application process. Please send applications to Sharon Tomlinson: email@example.com
- National Institutes of Health (NIH)
- Federal Funding (Various Sources)
- Non-Federal Funding: Foundations and Institutes
- Federal Programs to Support Early Career Faculty
- Analysis of the Federal Innovation and Commercialization Landscape – April 2014
- Federal Aging Activities Memorandum
- USAID Development Innovention Ventures (DIV) Program
- DARPA Biological Technologies Office BAA
- Federal Opportunities for Defense Biomedical and Health-Related Research
- Federal Programs That Support Graduate Students