Limited Submission Programs
Limited submission programs are externally sponsored projects that require an internal selection process because the sponsor limits the number of applications that may be submitted by an institution. Limited submission programs with a clinical or biomedical research focus are facilitated by the Research Management Group on behalf of the School of Medicine. Limited submission programs on other topics are facilitated by the Research Development Office within the Office of the Vice Provost and Dean of Research on behalf of the university. To review university-wide limited submission funding opportunities, please see the DoResearch Engagement Hub. Please review the VPDoR Limited Submission Frequently Asked Questions as well.
Open Internal Competitions
NSF BioFoundries to Enable Access to Infrastructure and Resources for Advancing Modern Biology and Biotechnology (June 26)
2023 Edward Mallinckrodt, Jr. Foundation Grant Program (June 20)
2023 American Diabetes Association Pathway to Stop Diabetes Program (June 6)
National Science Foundation Research Traineeship (NRT) Program (2023)(May 31)
W.M. Keck Foundation Research Program (May 23)
Brain Research Foundation 2024 Scientific Innovations Award (May 22)
2023 Edwards Lifesciences Foundation Grant Program (May 17)
NIH Limited Submission PARs & RFAs
Unless otherwise stated, faculty with PI eligibility (those with UTL, UML, NTLR appointments) and Clinician Educator (CE) faculty (with an approved CE PI waiver) are eligible to apply for NIH funding opportunities per Stanford policy. Instructors, Clinical Instructors, Academic staff-researchers (i.e., basic scientists, research associates), and postdocs are not eligible as these are not independent faculty-level positions.
When reviewing the NIH program guidelines, please find the "Number of Applications" section of the announcement. If the guidelines state "Only one application per institution is allowed", the a Notification of Interest (NOI) Form is required. Investigators will be asked to provide basic information about the program, proposed project, and study team. Please select the NOI button below for more information. Proposals will be reviewed by the Senior Associate Dean for Research and an ad hoc review committee.
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