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FIND Grants (Foundation INitiatives Database)
FIND Grants is the Foundation INitiatives Database of the Development for Biomedical Research program to help faculty, clinicians and scientists find non-federal funding. The database supports flexible search criteria by keyword, researcher experience level, citizenship, grant purpose, funder, award amount and deadline. This program also cultivates the relationships between foundations and corporations funding scientific research and the dynamic investigations under way at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. We will put these relationships to work for you to develop your best opportunities for new funding.
Vanderbilt's Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (VICTR)
Visit the virtual home for clinical and translational research and learn how to be part of transforming the way ideas and research discoveries make their way from origin to patient care.
Internal Available Career Development Funding
Requests for candidates for the Vanderbilt Environmental Health Science Scholars (VEHSS) K12 Program, Vanderbilt Clinical and Translational Research Scholars (VCTRS) Program, Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health (BIRCWH) K12 Program, and Vanderbilt Physician Scientist Development (VPSD) Program are regularly distributed from their administrative offices. These programs are excellent opportunities to support our most talented young faculty at a critical stage in their careers. A summary of the criteria for eligible applicants for these awards and the submission dates are provided in the accompanying document.
This is the source for finding and applying for federal grants offered by 26 dfferent agencies; it is a central storehouse for information on over 1,000 grant programs and provides access to approximately $500 billion in annual awards. You can subscribe to receive e-mail notifications of new grant opportunity postings and updates on Grants.gov through their Federal Grants Notification Service.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) allows users to subscribe to several mailing lists via the CDC web site.
Department of Education - EDInfo
EDInfo provides 1-2 email messages a week describing federal teaching and learning resources and ED funding opportunities.
Foundation Center Free Newsletter
Select the RFP Bulletin, among other options, which is a weekly roundup of recently announced Requests for Proposals (RFPs) from private, corporate, and government funding sources.
Search GrantsNet to find current opportunities for funding your investigations in the biomedical, life, physical, and social sciences, as well as mathematics and engineering. You can also find current scholarships, internships and fellowships for students, as well as institutional underwriting for student financial aid, curriculum building, and faculty development.
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NSF Custom News
The National Science Foundation's free e-mail subscription service. Receive an e-mail message each time new content is added to the NSF web site in selected categories.
NIH Guide LISTSERV
The NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts is the official publication for National Institutes of Health medical and behavioral research grant Policies, guidelines and funding opportunities.
NIH LISTSERVs (All)
NIH LISTSERV allows any networked user to subscribe to lists, receive list postings, query LISTSERV, set up a new list, access list archives, and more.
The New Grant Info eNewsletter is a free monthly publication with hard-to-find exclusive scientific and research grant information from foundations and nonprofit organizations. It's guaranteed to be a quick read with links directly to the grant information (no login or passwords required). Deadline and contact information is also included.