MOST RECENT WEEKLY NIH FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES AND NOTICES
Deadline(s): relative to the upcoming NIH Grant Submission Deadline:
Initial Request form (at least 5 weeks prior to the Grant Due Date);
Science Draft Submission (for those seeking external review): Three (3) to Four (4) weeks prior to submission
(Final) Editing (outside company that has already been used by several departments will be engaged as needed); 10 to 14 days prior to submission
We’d like to call your attention to a potential, new NIH Policy that stands to affect all PIs, described in two Open Mike Extramural Nexus postings by Dr. Michael Lauer, NIH's Deputy Director for Extramural Research: (1) Implementing Limits on Grant Support to Strengthen the Biomedical Research Workforce; and (2) Research Commitment Index: A New Tool for Describing Grant Support; posted on 05/02/2017 and 01/26/2017 respectively. Please note Table 1 on the RCI post that that shows the RCI point values for a PI per activity code and whether the grant has one or multiple PIs.
One of the most important steps in building a successful research career is learning to identify potential funding opportunities. To support Mailman School researchers in this effort, a list of resources and key information about funding opportunities are presented below.
Please ckk7 [at] columbia.edu (contact us) with any questions regarding funding resources or if you would like to schedule an appointment to conduct a funding search based on your research interests.
To subscribe to specific Department of Defense/DoD/CDMRP program announcements, please see:
This is a way for you to recieve the announcements as soon as they are relaeased
Foundations / Associations
Columbia University Funding-Sources
Grant Tools found at MSPH/SPA (Sponsored Projects Administration) Website
EVPR Spring Newsletter 2014 from Columbia University Executive Vice President's Office:
Grants.gov enables researchers to search for federal funding opportunities, access full funding opportunity notifications, download electronic applications, apply for grants electronically, sign up for grant opportunity emails, and much more.
Choose from the broad range of Grants.gov search options offered below:
Funding Opportunity Notification Emails
R2 has created a guidance document to help researchers sign up for funding opportunity notification emails from various sources.
Contacting Staff at the NIH Institutes and Centers:
The National Institutes of Health (NIH), part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), is the primary federal funding agency for biomedical (including public health) research.The NIH is comprised of 27 institutes and centers. Learn about the NIH’s institutes, centers, and offices.
NIH-Wide Strategic Plan 2016-2020 (web page); NIH-Wide Strategic Plan 2016-2020 (.pdf)
Current and Future Funding Opportunities at NIH
MOST RECENT Weekly NIH Funding Opportunities and Notices
Search a database of all active funding opportunities (RFAs & PAs). Results can be sorted by the following: announcement number, related announcements, issuing organization, release date, opening date, expiration date, activity code(s), or title. The database of current funding opportunities can also be searched by keyword.
Office of Extramural Research (OER)
Extramural grants account for approximately 83% of NIH's $30 billion budget. For more information on the NIH Office of Extramural Research, including information about NIH grants and funding, application basics, and current funding opportunities, please visit the OER website.
NIH OER: News Flashes
Stay up-to-date with research-related news and announcements from the NIH at their OER News Flashes page.
NIH RePORTER is an electronic system to search NIH research projects using a variety of codes, including public health area of interest, and provide information on publications and patents resulting from NIH-funded research:
The NIH RePORTER (Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tool) website offers a repository of reports, data, and analyses of past and present NIH research activities, as well as several tools to perform database searches. Visit the RePORTER website. RePORT also enables users to access the following items:
- Strategic Plans and Visions for both the overall NIH and for each of its Institutes and Centers.
- Success rates for research projects and training and research career development programs by institute, type, and activity code.
- Data on institutions/organizations that have received grants from NIH.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC);
- Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ);
- Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA);
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA);
- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA);
To access abstracts using RePORTER:
- Enter the desired search criteria (i.e., agency/institute/center, funding mechanism, activity code, etc.).
- Click “submit query.”
- Click on a project title to retrieve the abstract for a particular project.
Other Government Funding
To access funding and grant information directly from the major government funding agencies please see the list below: Grants.gov offers access to grant information from 26 federal funding agencies. Find brief descriptions of each of these agencies or browse their grant offerings.
- Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- Department of Defense (DOD)
- Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
- U.S. Department of Education (ED)
- Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
- National Institute of Justice (NIJ)
- National Science Foundation (NSF)
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA
Funding Opportunities in Key Areas
At the request of Dean Linda Fried, R2 has developed a repository of current funding opportunities in four areas of key interest to the Mailman School: (1) Aging; (2) Chronic/ Non-Communicable Diseases; (3) Mass Incarceration/ Health of Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated People/ Criminal Justice; (4) Obesity/ Healthy Weight Management.
Click on the topic name for a list of current funding opportunities, organized by expiration date, with opportunities expiring the soonest listed first. These lists will be updated regularly as opportunities expire and new opportunities become available.
- Funding Opportunities related to Aging
- Funding Opportunities related to Chronic/Non-Communicable Diseases
- Funding Opportunities related to Incarceration Prevention
- Funding Opportunities related to Obesity/Food Policy
For support applying to any of these opportunities or to request a funding search on another key word, please email ckk7 [at] columbia.edu (Craig Kandell) or call 212-305-3615.