A quick access to current and archived Funding Opportunities
Below are links to Funding Opportunities Excel Workbooks. These workbooks are divided into three sets:
Department of Health and Human Services Funding
Department of Defense Funding
Foundations Funding - ACS, ADA, AHA, ALA, AMA, RWJF
Each set contains:
Current Funding Opportunities (updated biweekly),
Archived Funding Opportunities (contains any funding which is no longer available),
There is also an Excel Workbook which contains a list of Foundations which support both Clinical and\or Basic Medical Science Research. This workbook provides the name and hyperlinks along with each Foundation's Mission Statement and notes. This will be continually updated with new foundations as they come to the department's attention.
Please feel free to save and edit or print these documents to simplify your funding search.
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS):
Current DHHS (Updated 05/17/11)
Archive DHHS (Updated 05/17/11)
Department of Defense (DOD):
Current DOD (Updated 05/17/11)
Archive DOD (Updated 05/17/11)
Current Foundations (Updated 05/27/11)
Archive Foundations (Updated 05/27/11)
Foundations Supporting Clinical and Basic Medical Sciences (Updated 01/09/11)
Useful websites for finding Funding Opportunities:
Scan Grants: A public service listing of funding opportunities provided by T Samaritan Health Services. Funding sources most frequently listed here include those of private foundations, corporations, businesses, and not-for profit organizations. Less traditional funding opportunities are a priority of ScanGrantsT. Federal and state funding sources are typically not included on ScanGrantsT which are readily available on Grants.gov and state sites.
International Federation of Medical Students' Associations: IFMSA Lists numerous grants in both clinical and research sciences. Some of these Funding Opportunities are available to both faculty and students. Please carefully examine the listings to ensure eligibility.
Foundation Grantors: A service of the Northern California Community Foundation, Inc., which provides a database of many Foundations providing various grants and programs. This site is targeted for the greater California area, but does contain many links to both National and International Foundations.
Grantsnet.org: The Science family of sites is published by the nonprofit AAAS, whose mission is to advance science and serve society worldwide. Find out more at www.aaas.org . The respective searchable database is representative of funding available in all science tracts. This database is not inclusive of all funding available. But may be a helpful tool in locating suitable funding of interest to you.
HealthResearchFunding.org: HealthResearchFunding.Org, launched by the National Health Council, is a new national, online database to bring researchers with worthwhile but unfunded projects together with non-governmental sources seeking to support medical breakthroughs. Each PI must register to browse opportunities, but as the site expands the possibilities of finding non-government grants with agencies sharing your vision in the scope of research should expand logarithmically.