Local Funding Opportunities
Applications Due September 11, 2019
Oklahoma principal investigators who work with adult stem cells and/or regenerative medicine are eligible to apply for grants from OCASCR. One-year grants are available for research projects, shared equipment, travel/education, and enabling technology. There is no formal limit on the budget, but a budget of $150,000 or less in direct costs is suggested.
University of Oklahoma Center on Native Health
Pre-proposals from junior investigators due September 15, 2019
The goal of this proposed Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) is to advance inquiry into the social and behavioral determinants of the health of American Indian people in Oklahoma. A key mission of the COBRE program is to support junior project investigators with research funding, core services, and mentoring. This nascent Center is requesting pre-proposals from qualified junior investigators (tenure-track faculty without previous R01 funding) who are able to devote 6 months of effort to their proposed research project over a period of 2-3 years beginning in the fall of 2020. It is expected that junior project leaders will transition to independent research at the end of their projects, thereby contributing to the ongoing development of research on Native health at the University of Oklahoma’s campuses. Please see the Call for Proposals for additional information.
Tools for Proposal Development
Profiles web app for finding investigators by name, institution, keyword, and collaborator networks
Develop a Grant
Sample text for NIH grant sections
NIH Human Subjects Section - Overview and sample text
Facilities and Resources: OSCTR (Word file) - Overview of OSCTR; Oversight Core; Clinical Resources Core; Professional Development Core; Pilot Projects Core; Community Engagement Core; Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design Core; Special Populations Unit; Tracking and Evaluation Core
Writing Skills for Grant Proposals (Northwestern University) - Videos and written tutorials about concrete skills for grantwriting