Funding Sources

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Influuent - a free web-based networking and collaboration portal that allows private sector, government agencies and other scientists to find thousands of renowned researchers and facilities at UT System's academic campuses and health institutions. Its purpose is to enable researchers to easily identify and connect with faculty experts in every department to collaborate with on all levels of research, develop new technologies and improve the discovery and knowledge transfer process.

Grants.gov - a central storehouse for information on over 1,000 grant programs and provides access to approximately $500 billion in annual awards.

NIH Guide LISTSERV - NIH transmits an e-mail to NIH Guide LISTSERV subscribers with the Current Weekly Table of Contents (TOC), including links to announcements published during the week.

NIH Research Career Development Award - provides institutional research training opportunities (including international) to trainees at the undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral levels.

NSF Update - free e-mail subscription service allows users to receive an e-mail message each time new content is added to the NSF web site in selected categories.

The Foundation Center - includes links to more than 2,000 grantmaker websites

Johns Hopkins Funding Opportunities

Columbia Outside Sources of Funding

UTHealth & SPH Grants

PRIME - 2018

Scientific/Editorial Review Program

Center for Clinical and Translational Sciences – Core Laboratories Awards Program

Center for Clinical and Translational Sciences – KL2 Program

Center for Clinical and Translational Sciences – Pilot and Collaborative Translational Studies

Center for Clinical and Translational Sciences – Biobank

Loan Repayment Programs

See below for links to various loan repayment programs. Eligibility varies across the different programs.

NIH: Loan Repayment Programs

HRSA: Faculty Loan Repayment Program

Texas: Loan Repayment Program

FUNDING AGENCIES:

Federal/State - UTHealth receives most of its funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), which is a unit of DHHS. Below are links to the websites for DHHS, NIH, and other major federal sponsors:

FedBizOpps - lists all federal government contracting opportunities that exceed $25,000, including major solicitations, contract awards, subcontracting opportunities, and other procurement information.

Non-Federal Sources - - Funding is also received from non-federal sponsors, including foundations, institutes, and societies. Below are links to the websites of several non-federal sponsors:

Funded Research

AHRQ Grants Online Database (GOLD)

NIH Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tool (RePORT)

Tracking Accountability in Government Grants System

Department of Defense Funded Research

MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Current Research