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Funding Opportunities

Other Opportunities and Resources

Federal and Government related opioid and substance misuse related funding opportunities

The COBRE tracks opioid-related funding opportunities on a regular basis and publishes an updated list bi-weekly. You will find NIH announcements, foundation opportunities and RI-based funding opportunities on this spreadsheet. If you are aware of an opportunity not posted on the list, please contact Gayle Fraser at gfraser@lifespan.org.

Funding Opportunity Resources

Grants.gov
A searchable database of all discretionary grants offered by the 26 federal grant-making agencies.  You can create a custom search with regular email updates.

National Institutes of Health Listserv
At the end of each week, NIH transmits an e-mail to NIH Guide LISTSERV subscribers with the Current Weekly Table of Contents (TOC) which includeslinks to all NIH announcements published during the week. This list includes special notices, changes to announcements and program announcements.

National Science Foundation
A searchable database of all National Science Foundation grants and crosscutting grants. The database is searchable by grant status and NSF organizations. Advanced searchers are also available.

SPIN Funding Database
(Brown University and affiliates): Find a broad range of funding opportunities from federal, governmental, international, private and corporate funders.

Rhode Island IDeA Programs

Many of the RI IDeA programs and Centers have both project and pilot funding available. We encourage you to visit their websites to learn more about what opportunities may be available.

Visit RI COBRES for a list of all RI COBREs

Grant Writing Resources

The Grant Application Writer’s Workbook (NIH, 2019)

Write your Application (NIH website)

Grant Writers’ Seminars and Workshops: Training in the art of grantsmanship.

I-Trep Program at the University of Vermont: Education and skill development in entrepreneurship  to facilitate competitiveness of biomedical businesses and foster economic growth in IDeA states.

NIH Center for Scientific Review: YouTube tutorials on navigating the peer view process.

NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts: The official publication for NIH biomedical and behavioral research grant policies, guidelines and funding opportunities.

NIH Staff Contact Information: The best people to talk with you about the scientific or administrative information in your particular application or award are in the NIH institute or center that may fund the grant. Find the best contact for each phase of the application or award process.

Rhode Island’s Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR): Supports research seeking to better understand and anticipate the impact of climate variability on marine life and ecosystems.

Sample Grant Applications, Summary Statements, and More from NIAID: Examples of funded R01, R03, R15, R21, SBIR/STTR, K, and F applications, summary statements, sharing plans, leadership plans, and more.

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This website is supported by the COBRE on Opioids and Overdose funded by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under grant number P20GM125507. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.