Finding medical grants for researchers can be daunting.
This page offers various funding opportunities using government resources. These funding opportunities will comply with the parameters set on the Home page.
Information of Common Compliance Pitfalls and Strategies for success can be found here.
TCU information on the process of applying for external grants can be found here.
If working with human subjects it is required that you obtain an IRB(Institutional Review Board for Humans Subjects Research) approval first.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Office of Financial Resources (OFR) aids in achieving CDC’s mission by quickly and effectively allocating funds to where they are needed. In its Pledge to the American People, CDC commits to being a diligent steward of the funds entrusted to the Agency. OFR ensures this pledge remains intact.
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's mission is to improve the quality, safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of health care for all Americans. Information from AHRQ's research helps people make more informed decisions and improve the quality of health care services. AHRQ was formerly known as the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research.
Provide a common website for federal agencies to post discretionary funding opportunities and for grantees to find and apply to them.
Using the Grants.gov system makes it faster, easier and more cost effective for grant applicants to electronically interact with federal grant-making agencies. It also provides the following key benefits, among many others, to the grant community.
Centralizing more than 1,000 different grant programs across federal grant-making agencies awarding more than $500 billion annually.
The Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) coordinates and participates in NIH-wide funding opportunities that support basic and applied behaviroal and social sciences research. Although OBSSR does not have grant-making authority, it has been active in organizing and funding (through transfers to NIH Institutes and Centers) a variety of trans-NIH research programs.
The RePORT (Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools) website provides access to a variety of reporting tools, reports, data, and analyses of NIH research activities. One of the tools available on the RePORT site is the RePORTER (RePORT Expenditures and Results) module. RePORTER is an electronic tool that allows users to search a repository of NIH-funded research projects and access publications and patents resulting from NIH funding.