Research Management Group (RMG)

Funding Information Resources

This website is a resource for the Stanford University research community. Stanford faculty and staff: please send an email to Jeanne Heschele at jheschele@stanford.edu to be added to a funding opportunity email distribution list.

Searchable Funding Databases   Pivot, NIH, NSF, Grantsgov
Calendar--primarily foundation/associations  
more

Internal Stanford funding opportunities 
more
Limited Submission Programs
  more
Postdoctoral and Medical Fellows
   more

Miscellaneous funding opportunities: 

Bioengineering/biomedical engineering
Cancer, neuroscience and other disease topics- see the calendar webpage
Cardiovascular disease
CIRM 
DoD CDMRP health-related RFPs  
   
DoD Medical, Biomedical and Bioscience Broad Agency Announcements (BAA)
Emerson Collective Oncology Research Fund RFP (link to a separate webpage)
Federal agency (EPA, DARPA, HRSA, etc.)
Global Health
Graduate Students     
HHMI 
National Science Foundation (NSF)
Population Health Sciences (includes PCORI RFPs)


National Institute of Health (NIH)

NIH search tools for current funding opportunities and for funded grants and contracts and other resources
NIH Extramural Loan Repayment Program (deadlines extended-link to separate webpage)
Investigator-initated Parent R01, R03 and R21 program announcements
Special announcements (NIH NHLBI Outstanding Investigator and Early Investigator Awards)

NIH K Career Development Awards-RMG resource webpage
NIH NRSA F Series individual pre-doctoral and postdoctoral fellowhips-RMG resource webpage
NIH Training Grant Resources-Stanford Biosciences webpage (SUNETid required for access)
NIH Extramural Loan Repayment Program

Distinguished Achievement Awards and other prizes
Distinguished and/or outstanding achievement awards


Crowdfunding Policy and Procedures for Stanford Research

Office of Development Crowdfunding for Stanford Research Policy and Procedures PDF file


PI eligibility and PI Waiver Exception Types
more



Institutional Representatives:

School of Medicine PIs:

Research Process Manager (RPM) department assignments >>
For PIs in Other Schools:

Office of Sponsored Research (OSR) Grant and Contract Officer department assignments;
Download the Pre-award assignment list from this DoResearch Office webpage >>


Internal Proposal Deadline Policy for Grants, Contracts, Subcontracts and Fellowships
PIs in the School of Medicine:
RMG internal proposal deadline policy, FAQs and best practices** webpage
SoM PIs: you are encouraged to contact your Research Process Manager (RPM) in RMG at leasst 3-4 weeks prior to submitting a full proposal so he/she can begin to build your budget and help with other aspects of your applications.
PIs in Other Schools:
Office of Sponsored Research (OSR) internal deadline policy, FAQs:
DoResearch webpage

Stanford administrative resources  more


Grant writing resources 
Biosciences Grant Writing Academy- for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows
Lane Library
DoResearch Website Grant Writing Resources



Dod congressionally directed medical research program





DoD CDMRP Synopsis of Current Funding Opportunities



 

 

Dod bioscience, biomedical and miscellaneous broad agency announcements (BAA)



DARPA Biological Technologies Funding DARPA-BAA 16-33(reissued)
DoD Research Interests of the Air Force of Scientific Research BAA-ARFL-AFOSR-2015-0001

 

DoD Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
DARPA - Biological Technologies Office
Biological Technologies
DARPA-BAA-16-33
Unlimited #’s of proposals are permitted.
Eligibility: faculty with PI eligibility
See the guidelines for areas of interest.
Purpose: Proposed research should investigate leading edge approaches that enable revolutionary advances in science, technologies, or systems at the intersection of biology with engineering and the physical and computer sciences. BTO seeks unconventional approaches that are outside the mainstream, challenge assumptions, and have the potential to radically change established practice, lead to extraordinary outcomes, and create entirely new fields.
Amount of funding: not specified. Multiple awards are anticipated.
Timeline:
Proposal abstracts are accepted on an ongoing basis (PIs are strongly encouraged to submit abstracts so they can receive feedback from DARPA.)
Full proposals will be submitted on a rolling basis until April 28, 2017
Guidelines:
Click on the “related documents” tab just below the title on this grantsgov webpage to download a PDF of the guidelines
http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=283365

 

 

DoD Air Force Office of Scientific Research
Research Interests of the Air Force of Scientific Research
BAA-ARFL-AFOSR-2015-0001

Topics of interest:
Complete descriptions of these topics and subtopic areas can be found in the program guidelines (see the table of contents on page 3):
Engineering and complex systems
Information networks
Physical sciences
Chemistry and Biological sciences
Innovative research concepts
Amount of funding: $200K-$400K/yr for up to 5 years
Eligibility: faculty with PI eligibility
Deadline: this remains open until superseded
Note: Applicants are encouraged to contact the Program Officer for the subject area to discuss the proposed research effort, particularly the current state of related research, the potential of the effort to advance the state of the art, and anticipated budget. The Program Officer may ask for additional information at that time. (See page 69 of the guidelines)
Guidelines: To find this RFP, go to the grantsgov search webpage >>, enter under keyword, "Research Interests of the Air Force of Scientific Research”, select the 2015 RFP, then click on “Related Documents”, then download the PDF file of the full announcement.

 

 

 

NIH Resources




NIH Funding Opportunity Search Tool-for current funding opportunity announcements:
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/search_guide.htm

NIH RePORTer
search tool webpage >> for funded grants, fellowships

NIH Guide (Weekly announcements)
webpage >>
NIH Investigator-initiated research grants (R01, R03, R21, etc.)
more >>

NIH Extramural Loan Repayment Programs
Clinical Researchers (LRP-CR)
Clinical Researchers from Disadvantaged Backgrounds (LRP-IDB)
Pediatric Research (LRP-PR)
Contraception and Infertility Research (LRP-CIR)
Health Disparities Research (LRP-HDR)
Eligible positions: for residents, postdoctoral fellows, medical fellows, basic life science staff/research associates, Instructors and assistant professors who meet the eligibility criteria
See the following webpage for submission guidelines:
Step #1-by DEADLINE EXTENDED to Friday, November. 11th: download, complete the internal Stanford LRP program form (from the following webpage) and submit the form to Shannon Monahan, Stanford’s Institutional Business Official (who needs your form so she can verify information about you in your application)
NOTE: Shannon Monahan can be assigned as the Business Official prior to submission. This is strongly encouraged as the IBO deadline to sign-off is the same date as the application deadline, and salaries need to be vetted prior to sign-off.
Step #2: Request an NIH eRA commons ID from your department’s Research Process Manager (RPM in RMG >>) (you’ll need this for your NIH LRP application). However, your RPM does not have to approve your application.
Step. #3: Submit your application to the NIH
by Dec. 1, 2016 (deadline extended)
Guidelines:
http://med.stanford.edu/rmg/funding/nih_LRP.html

NIH K Career Development award resource webpage
K career development award program announcements, eligibility, etc.
Postdocs: see the K99/R00 & K22 awards (postdocs are required to take the K award grantsgov courses offered prior to each standard deadline)
http://med.stanford.edu/rmg/funding/nih_kawards.html


NIH NRSA F Series Individual Pre-doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowship Resource webpage
Contains program announcements, application support materials.
*Required* grantsgov computer labs will be offered prior to each standard deadline (sessions available in October & November)
http://med.stanford.edu/rmg/funding/nih_NRSA_F_awards.html





NIH Investigator-initiated research program announcements


You are strongly encouraged to discuss your research project with the institute’s scientific program official.

NIH Research Project Grant (Parent R01) (PA-16-160)
Multiple participating institutes
Standard R01 deadlines: Feb. 5, June 5, Oct. 5
Program announcement:
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-16-160.html
Table of Parent R01 institute contacts:
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/contacts/parent_R01.html

NIH Exploratory/Developmental Research Grant Program (Parent R21) (PA-16-161)
Multiple participating institutes
Standard R21 exploratory/developmental grant deadlines: Feb. 16, June 16, Oct. 16
Program announcement:
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-16-161.html
Table of Parent R21 institute contacts:
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/contacts/parent_R21.html

NIH Small Research Grant Program (Parent R03) (PA-16-162)
Multiple participating institutes
Standard R03 small grant deadlines: Feb. 16, June 16, Oct. 16
Program announcement:
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-16-162.html
Table of Parent R03 grant institute contacts:
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/contacts/parent_R03.html

 


NIH high risk, high reward programs

 

The deadlines for the 2016 NIH High Risk, High Reward program announcements have passed.

NIH Director's Pioneer Award (DP1) (RFA-RM-16-005)
$700,000 direct costs per year plus indirects x 5 years
[$3.5M total direct costs plus indirects over 5 years (approximately 7 awards to be made in FY2017)]
Eligibility: faculty with PI eligibility
Application receipt: Sept. 2, 2016
Program announcement:
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-RM-16-005.html

NIH Director's New Innovator Award Program (DP2) (RFA-RM-16-004)
This is a multi-year award with all funds** disbursed in the first year.
**$1.5M total direct costs plus indirects (approximately 33 to be awarded in 2017)
Eligibility: assistant professors with PI eligibility who meet the NIH definition of early stage investigator (see the guidelines for details)
Application receipt: Sept. 9, 2016
Program announcement:
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-RM-16-004.html

NIH Director’s Transformative Research Awards (R01) (RFA-RM-16-007)
NIH Roadmap Initiatives
Amount of funding: application budgets are not limited but need to reflect the actual needs of the project. Term: up to 5 years.
The NIH is committing up to $8 million in FY2017 for this RFA (and will make approximately 7 awards)
Eligibility: faculty with PI eligibility and CE faculty (with an approved CE faculty PI waiver >>)
Application receipt: Oct. 7, 2016
Program announcement:
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-RM-16-007.html

 

 

NIH High Risk, High Reward
Seminar was held on July 16, 2015
Guest speaker: Dr. Ravi Basavappa, NIH Program Leader
Download presentation PDF fle

Award recipients:

Stanford DP1 recipients:
0 in 2016; 1 in 2015; 1 in 2014; 1 in 2013; 2 in 2012; 1 in 2011
Congratulations to Stanford’s 2015 Pioneer award recipient: Dr. Tony Wyss-Coray (Neurology)
Pioneer award recipient webpage >>

Stanford DP2 recipients:
6 in 2016*; 6 in 2015**; 1 in 2014; 3 in 2013; 4 in 2012; 1 in 2011
New Innovator Award recipient webpage >>

Stanford DP5 recipients
1 in 2016; 0 in 2015; 2 in 2014; 0 in 2013; 2 in 2012; 1 in 2011
(this is a limited submission program-an internal selection process is required)
NIH Early Independence Award recipient webpage >>

Stanford Transformative Award recipients:
0 in 2016; 0 in 2015; 0 in 2014; 0 in 2013, 3 in 2012; 2 in 2011; 2 in 2010; 4 in 2009
Transformative Research Award recipient webpage >>

 

Special nih announcements



NIH NIGMS Maximizing Investigators' Research Award (R35) (PAR-17-094) *reissued*
National Institute of General Medical Sciences
$750K direct costs per year x 5 years
This FOA uses a new mechanism to fund research that will award a single grant to provide support for the program of research in an investigator's laboratory that is related to the mission of NIGMS.
Eligibility is restricted to PDs/PIs with at least one NIGMS R01 equivalent award (defined here as R01, R37, DP2, and SC1 awards) that was awarded funding in the fiscal year prior to the fiscal year of the MIRA application submission and whose project end date is in the same or subsequent fiscal year of the MIRA application submission. See other criteria.
Application Receipt/Submission Date(s): May 17, 2017; January 17, 2018; May 17, 2018; January 17, 2019; May 17, 2019
Guidelines:
https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-17-094.html

 

NHLBI Outstanding Investigator Award (OIA) (R35)(RFA-HL-16-024)
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
Amount of funding: up to $600,000 direct costs per year for up to 7 years
For those investigators whose outstanding record of research demonstrate their ability to make major contributions to heart, lung, blood and sleep (HLBS) research.
The NHLBI OIA is intended to support a research program, rather than a research project, by providing the primary and most likely sole source of NHLBI funding on individual grant awards. The NHLBI OIA will support the research program of NHLBI-funded investigators for up to seven years.
Eligibility: Are currently PD/PI on at least two NHLBI R01-equivalent (defined here as R01, R37, DP1, or DP2) awards; Have received continuous R01-equivalent support from the NHLBI for at least the past four years as a PD/PI and be able to devote a minimum of 50% research effort (i.e., minimum of six calendar months) throughout the duration of the NHLBI OIA.
Institutional representative (RPM/RMG or OSR) deadlines: Feb. 8, 2017, and Feb. 8, 2018
Remaining Application Receipt Date(s): February 15, 2017; February 15, 2018
AIDS-related deadlines: April 15, 2017; April 15, 2018
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-HL-16-024.html

 

NHLBI Early Investigator Award (EIA) (R35) (RFA-HL-16-025)
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
Amount of funding: up to $600,000 direct costs per year for up to 7 years
The NHLBI EIA is intended to support a research program, rather than a research project, by providing the primary, and most likely sole, source of NHLBI funding on individual grant awards.
Eligibility: Stanford early career faculty (assistant professors) who currently have two NHLBI R01 awards, of which one must be an NHLBI-funded NIH Early Stage Investigator R01 award, and whose outstanding record of research demonstrate their ability to make major contributions to heart, lung, blood and sleep (HLBS) research. Can commit a minimum of 50% research effort (i.e., minimum of six calendar months) throughout the duration of the NHLBI EIA.
Institutional representative (RPM/RMG or OSR) deadlines:  Feb. 8, 2017, and Feb. 8, 2018
Remaining Application Receipt Date(s): February 15, 2017; February 15, 2018
AIDS-related deadlines: April 15, 2017; April 15, 2018
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-HL-16-025.html

 

 

 





NIH Updates and quick links to nih websites

 

New Biographical Sketch Format Required for NIH and AHRQ Grant Applications Submitted for Due Dates on or After May 25, 2015
NIH webpage with instructions, and samples:

NIH Public Access Policy and compliance (and how it impacts your funding)
RMG overview webpage

New NIH Policy on on Genomics Data Sharing
Institutional certification Genetic/Genomic Data Sharing: RMG Forms webpage




Quick Links to NIH websites

 


Cirm: California institute for regenerative medicine

 


CIRM Home page  more>>
Search CIRM-funded projects >>
CIRM Funding opportunity overview webpage:
https://www.cirm.ca.gov/researchers/funding-opportunities

Discovery Program:
Partnering Opportunity for Discovery Stage Research Projects

The objective of the Discovery Program is to support exploratory research leading to the discovery of novel stem cell technologies to improve patient care.

CIRM DISC1: Inception Awards
Purpose: The Inception Awards Program provides seed funding to support the exploration of transformational ideas that hold the potential to greatly impact the field of human stem cell research, but that require the generation of additional data to be competitive for larger funding opportunities through CIRM or other sources.
Amount of funding: up to $150,000 direct project costs (plus indirects) per award over the period of time it takes to test the hypothesis
Eligibility: faculty with PI eligibility; the PI must devote at least 10% to the project
1) the applicant must propose work with human stem, progenitor, or directly reprogrammed cells;
2) the applicant must be ready to initiate work on the funded project within 120 days of approval
Timeline:
*note: Because of the holiday closure period you will need to alert your RPM by early December about your plans to submit an application
Institutional representative (RPM/RMG or OSR) deadline: Jan. 13, 2017*
DISC1 deadline: Jan. 20, 2017
PDF file of the RFP >>

CIRM DISC2: Quest Award
The Sept. 2016 deadline has passed. The deadline for the next DISC2: Quest award has not been established.

FYI: DISC3.2: Challenge Awards
A deadline for this program has not been established.

 

Translational Program:

CIRM Partnering Opportunity for Translational Research Projects
The objective of this initiative is to create a highly competitive opportunity for promising stem cell-based projects that accelerate completion of translational stage activities necessary for advancement to clinical study or broad end use for any one of the following product types:
TRAN 1: Stem cell-based therapeutic candidate
TRAN 2: Diagnostic (including medical imaging agents) based on stem cells, or critical for stem cell based therapy development or use
TRAN 3: Medical device (non-diagnostic) for a stem cell-based therapy or critical for stem cell based therapy development or use
TRAN 4: Novel tool that addresses a critical bottleneck to the discovery or development of stem cell-based therapy
Project outcomes, allowable activities, and what qualifies for each of the above product types are described in the corresponding Appendices: A, B, C, and D. The overall application and review process and general requirements for all product types are described in main document.
Eligibility: faculty with PI eligibility; Must commit at least 30% effort to working on the project- see other criteria
Amount of funding:
Cell Therapy/Biologic- up to a maximum $4 million direct costs over 30 months
Small molecule therapy- up to a maximum $2 million direct costs over 30 months
Diagnostic- up to a maximum $1.2 million direct costs over 24 months
Medical device- up to a maximum $2 million direct costs over 24 months
Tool-up to a maximum $1 million direct costs over 24 months
Institutional representative (RPM/RMG or OSR) deadline: Dec. 8, 2016
Full proposal deadline: Dec. 15, 2016
Guidelines:
https://www.cirm.ca.gov/about-cirm/partnering-opportunity-translational-research-projects

 

Clinical:

Clinical Trial Stage Projects
Under this initiative, CIRM will provide funding for eligible projects that are completing late stage preclinical development through any stage of clinical activity
CLN 1: Partnering Opportunity for Late Stage Preclinical Projects
CLN 2: Partnering Opportunity for Clinical Stage Projects
CLN 3: Partnering Opportunity for Supplemental Accelerating Activities

Deadline: Applications are due on the last business day of each month
See the guidelines for details:
https://www.cirm.ca.gov/researchers/funding-opportunities/clinical-trial-stage-projects

 

 

Federal agency funding resources

 

Grants.Gov Funding Opportunity Search more>>


Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Funding Opportunities


DARPA Programs

Current Funding Opportunities
Defense Sciences Office (DSO)
Information Processing Techniques Office (IPTO)
Microsystems Technology Office (MTO)
Strategic Technology Office (STO)
Tactical Technology Office (TTO)

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Funding opportunities


Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA):
Current funding opportunities »


NASA
[includes National Space Biomedical Research Institute (NSBRI)]
Open solicitations


Office of Naval Research

Contracts & Grants — Broad Agency Announcements (BAAs)

U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity (USAMRAA) 
Program Announcement webpage

 


howard hughes medical institute (HHMI)


HHMI International Student Research Fellowships-suspended
Program not offered this fall for 2017:
HHMI sent a letter to the Vice Provost of Graduate Education, Prof. Patricia Gumport, informing her that they have suspended their HHMI International Pre-Doctoral Student Research Fellowship Program and will not offer this program this fall (for 2017). However, this will not affect the 2016 or previous/current recipients of the fellowships.


HHMI Year-Long Medical Research Fellows Program at an Academic or Nonprofit Research Institution in the U.S.
Purpose:This gives students the opportunity to immerse themselves in a year of basic, translational, or applied medical research.
Applicants must select a mentor (faculty member) at a U.S. academic or research institution (see the guidelines).
Note: a mentor can have no more than two applicants in any one competition year.
Eligibility:
Students must be in good standing at a medical, dental, or veterinary school located in the United States.
U.S. citizenship is not required, but students must be eligible to work with an appropriate visa;
Students cannot be enrolled in a combined medical, dental, or veterinary/PhD program (e.g., MD/PhD) or PhD, or ScD program, or have a PhD or ScD in a laboratory-based biological science.
Previous wet-laboratory research experience is required. Applicants should have one or more substantial research experiences (e.g., summer or part-time). See the guidelines for additional criteria.
STEPS FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS TO TAKE:
In November, please alert Dr. Susan Know, Advising Dean, at sknox@stanford.edu, about your plans to submit an application for this program
By Dec. 15, 2016, 5 p.m., medical students (applicants) must:
1) begin your online HHMI application and enter the “Dean’s name" and email address: as Dr. Susan Knox, Advising Dean, email: sknox@stanford.edu
2) Send to Dr. Susan Knox via email attachment at sknox@stanford.edu one PDF file containing: your CV, proposal abstract and specific aims (or a working draft of your proposal). File name: Last name_HHMI_Med_Student.pdf
3) References: reminder-the online application requires that you input the names of individuals who will provide references for you.
4) Complete your online application by the sponsor’s Jan. 11, 2017, 2pm ET deadline (it’s recommended you do this well in advance to avoid technical problems sometimes associates with last minute submissions).
Program overview and application guidelines webpage>>
Institutional representatives (RPM/RMG) not applicable. You can submit your applications directly to the program.



Howard Hughes Medical Research Institute (HHMI)
Hanna H. Gray Fellows Program

New HHMI postdoc-to-faculty transition award for scientists with Ph.D. and/or M.D. (or equivalent) degrees who are underrepresented in the life sciences
# of applicants permitted: unlimited numbers of applicants are permitted. An internal selection process is not required.
Amount of funding:
Postdoctoral phase: up to $80,000 per year for up to 4 years (minimum of two years and a maximum of 4 years)
Faculty phase: up to $270,000 annually for up to 4 years
Up to 15 fellows will be selected in 2017.
Purpose: Through the new Hanna H. Gray Fellows Program, HHMI will recruit and retain individuals from groups underrepresented in the life sciences. The program will support early career scientists with the potential to become leaders in academic research. Through their successful careers, Hanna H. Gray Fellows will inspire the next generation of scientists from America’s diverse talent pool. Fellows will receive funding for their postdoctoral training and may continue to receive funding during their early career years as independent faculty. The program includes opportunities for career development, including mentoring and active involvement in the HHMI scientific community.
Following the “people, not projects” philosophy of HHMI, the competition is open to basic science researchers and physician-scientists in all biomedical and life science disciplines including plant biology, evolutionary biology, biophysics, chemical biology, biomedical engineering, and computational biology. Fellows will have freedom to change their research focus and follow their own curiosity during the duration of the award.
Eligibility:
The program is open to individuals who are from gender, racial, ethnic, and other groups underrepresented in the life sciences at the career stages targeted by this program, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Applicants must have a PhD and/or MD (or equivalent) by the start of the grant term (by Nov. 15, 2017)
Applicants can have no more than 12 months of postdoctoral research experience at the time of the application due date (as of Feb. 15, 2017)
The program is open to applicants of any citizenship or nationality who have been accepted to join a laboratory as a postdoctoral fellow at a research institution located in the U.S. (including Puerto Rico).
Fellows in both postdoctoral training and faculty phases are required to devote at least 75% of their total effort to research.
To transition to the faculty phase of the program, Fellows must obtain a faculty position in the tenure-track (or equivalent) at a U.S. (including Puerto Rico) research institution with a doctoral-level graduate program in their area of interest.
Fellows will be expected to attend an HHMI science meeting each year and provide an annual progress report.
Timeline:
Institutional representative (RPM/RMG or OSR*) proposal deadline: Feb. 8, 2017
Full proposal deadline: Feb. 15, 2017, 3 p.m. ET via the HHMI online website
Grant term will begin between Nov. 15, 2017 and Jan. 15, 2018
Guidelines:
http://www.hhmi.org/programs/hanna-h-gray-fellows-program

*Institutional representatives (RPMs/RMG and OSR) and internal proposal deadline policy
School of Medicine PIs:

RMG internal proposal deadline policy, best practices and FAQs webpage>>
You are encouraged to alert your RPM about your plans to submit a proposal this fall so he/she can begin to build your budget and assist with other aspects of your application.
RPM dept. assignment webpage >>
PIs in Other Schools:
Office of Sponsored Research (OSR) internal deadline policy, FAQs, and Contract Officer department assignments:
DoResearch webpage >>

 



HHMI Programs:
Science Education Grants » for Institutions (note: an internal selection process will be required when these are announced)
Research Grants for Individuals »
Scientific competitons webpage>>

 

 

Stanford resources



DoResearch website
(Research policies, procedures, funding) more >>


Foundation Relations and Funding:

Please see specific requests for foundation funding on the calendar webpage
Clearance for Restricted Foundations: see list of foundations which require central university Foundation Relation approval) more >>
School of Medicine Medical Center Development Office
is available to assist School of Medicine faculty with a review and editing of your proposal. This office facilitates mutually beneficial relationships between faculty and private and philanthropic organizations.   Please contact Joy Morimoto at 650-736-9749, joym@stanford.edu >> or Michelle Heeseman at 650-736-8968, Heeseman@stanford.edu >>, for assistance. Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health-for assistance with proposals in children’s health research, please contact Ann Rose at ann.rose@lpfch.org >> 650-497-8444 or Kate Levin at Kate.Levin@lpfch.org >>, 650-724-2783 in Foundation Relations.



Office of International Affairs (considerations and regulations associated with international research or travel) more >>

School of Medicine Research Administrative resources (RMG webpage) more >>


Stanford Research Development Office (SRDO), School of Medicine
The SRDO is an additional and optional resource for School of Medicine faculty applying for grants. Its priorities for grants include large center or program project grants, grants on topics aligned with the Dean's initiatives, and junior faculty, i.e., assistant professors, applying for their first major research grants, such as NIH R01 and similar grants. SRDO's services will include identification of funding opportunities, editing of proposals, project management and assembly of large proposals, interfacing with sponsors and university central offices, and promoting collaborations. The contacts are Michael K. Helms, PhD, MBA (mkhelms@stanford.edu, 650-723-4526), Director of SRDO, and Sandra Holden, PhD (srholden@stanford.edu, 650-724-5345), Grant Development Officer.
Website (SUNET ID required for access): https://srdo.spectrum.stanford.edu/


The Office of Faculty Development and Diversity (OFDD)-School of Medicine

The Office of Faculty Development and Diversity (OFDD) is a unique resource for School of Medicine faculty applying for grants. Its priorities include junior faculty, i.e., instructors and assistant professors, applying for their first major research grants, such as the NIH career development K awards, R01 and similar grants. In addition to workshops on grantsmanship and transition to independence, OFDD services include individual mentorship and one-on-one advising designed to edit proposals, define, develop and elucidate scientific questions related to these efforts, establish project management parameters and facilitate and improve manuscript writing. More information on these services can be found on the OFDD website at: http://med.stanford.edu/facultydiversity/faculty-development or by contacting OFDD directly at: facultydevelopment_som@stanford.edu


 

Shared Facility/Service Center Resource
Bruce Koch, Senior Director, Discovery and Technological Service Centers, Office of the Senior Associate Dean for Research at bruce.koch@stanford.edu >>.
School of Medicine Spectrum webpage "Enabling Technologies" (includes links to shared facilities) more >>
School of Medicine Service Centers links more >>
DoResearch Shared Facility webpage more >>





The Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning (VPTL, formerly VPOL)
Resources for faculty
Note: VPOL also works with faculty to make proposals to funding agencies more competitive by leveraging Stanford’s leadership in online teaching and learning to better achieve broader impacts objectives. Faculty can utilize our capabilities to create and deliver online materials and courseware to more effectively disseminate knowledge; building greater awareness of research and building communities around research areas and researchers. Resources:
Instructional design
Media production
Platforms
Stanford online

 

 

 

 


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