The Office of Research Administration is responsible for pre-award and non-fiscal post-award administration of grants and contracts at Tufts. Provides information on: finding funding, including internal awards; writing and submitting a proposal; and managing awards.
The Office of Research Development helps faculty, graduate students and postdocs develop grant writing skills and identify funding sources. Offers brief training by phone on how to use funding databases. Faculty members can request a customized funding opportunity search.
Comprehensive database of national and international funding opportunities from government and private funders. Log in with Tufts username and password for off-campus access. Use your Tufts email address to create an account, which will allow you to build a profile, save searches and schedule funding alerts.
Find and apply for grants from the 26 federal agencies that provide awards, including the Department of Health and Human Services (National Institutes of Health, Centers for Disease Control, Agency for Health Care Research and Quality) and the National Science Foundation.
NIH is comprised of 27 Institutes and Centers, each with a specific research agenda. The Office of Extramural Research provides detailed information about the NIH grants process and active funding opportunities.
The ACS awards research grants and fellowships to investigators at various stages in their careers, with a particular focus on early career researchers. The ACS also supports training for health professionals seeking to develop their clinical expertise and/or ability to conduct research.
Private foundation that supports independent research on health and social issues, and makes grants to improve health care practice and policy. Program staff develop projects with prospective grantees and fund unsolicited proposals.
The foundation's Medical Research Program supports translational research that investigates the prevention, treatment and cure of human disease. Opportunities for clinical investigators at different stages of their careers.
Philanthropic organization devoted to the advancement of biomedical research and science education for the benefit of humanity. HHMI invests in 'people, not projects' with support for early career researchers, graduate students and postdocs.
PCORI, an independent nonprofit, nongovernmental organization, funds comparative clinical effectiveness research. Authorized by Congress in 2010 with a mandate to improve the quality and relevance of evidence available to make informed health decisions.