Prepare Grant Proposal and Submit Application for Funding
The following resources are to help you learn more about preparing grant proposals and submitting applications for funding.
Developing your proposal
- NIH Extramural Nexus provides regular updates on NIH grants policies and activities that impact the entire grants community.
- NIH Center for Scientific Review (CSR) is the portal for NIH grant applications and their review for scientific merit; use this resource to:
- Learn more about the NIH peer-review process
- Understand how applications are assigned to a study section
NIH All About Grants Podcasts
The NIH Office of Extramural Research talks to NIH staff members about the ins and outs of NIH funding. Episodes provide insights on a variety of topics such as Developing a Successful Grant Application, NIH Peer Review, Advice For New and Early Career Scientists, and Post-Award Activities & Requirements.
Submitting your proposal
Sponsored Projects Administration (SPA)
SPA is the University's system-wide office authorized to submit research proposals and receive awards from external sources on behalf of the Board of Regents.
- Overview of SPA roles and responsibilities; examples of what SPA does include:
- Assisting faculty in submitting proposals and getting grants
- Accepting awards and assuring they are administered consistently with sponsor and Board of Regents policies
- Mediating the grant process
- Frequently requested information for grants management
- Specialized Support for Investigators Working with Community-Based and Small Business Sponsors/Subrecipients