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  • LibGuide: Grants & Funding OpportunitiesLibGuide: Biomedical Research ResourcesClaudia LascarReference LibrarianScience Engineering

    Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education February 23, 2012*

  • , Preview: Obama's 2013 Budget. if approved by CongressThe National Institutes of Health would see no funding increase, with the budget for medical research holding at $30.7 billion, although new policies for grant administration would increase the money available for research grants by 7 percent, according to materials the administration provided in a briefing with stakeholders on February 12, 2012.

    Budgets for the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Standards and Technology Laboratories, and the Department of Energys Office of Science would all increase, in line with the presidents proposal to eventually double the funding for those agencies.

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    COS (Community of Science) PivotScanGrantsFoundation Directory Online Professional Power Advanced SearchHHS Grants ForecastNSF

    CCNY Office of Research Administration (ORA) Shepard Hall - Room 16, Unit of the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs


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  • COS Pivot DatabasesWeb address:

    Paid subscription by the Research Foundation of CUNY Requires individual registration Funding Opportunities Database from 26 government agencies, 100,000 foundations, corporations and grantmaking public charities in the US-----26,000+ opportunities Scholar Profiles ---3 million+ profilesSearch using keywords: Enter a term or terms on which youd like to base your search. You can use Boolean terms, wildcards (*) and quote marks () for phrase searching in your searches.*


  • * for funding opportunitiesKeywordsSponsorAdvanced search

  • Limit to Diabetes: 155Top sponsor types Federal, U.S.: 42 Other Nonprofit: 34 Professional Society or Asso...: 29 Private Foundation: 25 National Government, Non-U.S.: 12Top funding types Research: 99 Program or Curriculum Develo...: 23 Training or Scholarship or F...: 17 Prize or Award: 15 Collaboration or Cooperative...: 10Top requirements PhD or MD or Other Professional: 121 Nonprofit: 73 Academic Institution: 64 Government: 50 Small Business: 44

    *SearchKeyword: DiabetesTop sponsor types Federal, U.S.: 81 Other Nonprofit: 45 Private Foundation: 39 Professional Society or Asso...: 38 National Government, Non-U.S.: 26Top funding types Research: 154 Program or Curriculum Develo...: 45 Training or Scholarship or F...: 26 Collaboration or Cooperative...: 21 Prize or Award: 20Top requirements PhD or MD or Other Professional: 185 Nonprofit: 124 Academic Institution: 104 Government: 86 Small Business: 85Top keywords Diabetes: 155 Obesity: 34 Metabolic Diseases: 30 Kidney Disease: 27 Digestive Diseases and Disor...: 23

    Searching by Keywords

  • COS Pivot-Funding Alerts To view: You need to be logged in to Pivot Click on Searches from your homepage.Locate the saved search Click on the search name.

    To create an email alert :You need to be logged in to Pivot Locate your saved search query on your homepage.Click on the drop-down menu and select Email Weekly.

    *Weekly Funding Alerts are automatically run on all of your Saved Searches You can view your results directly in COS Pivot and/or You can opt to receive a weekly email alert

  • COS: Claim/ Update Profile*3 million pre-populated scholar profiles. Its proprietary algorithm compiles pre-populated researcher profiles Each CCNY Faculty member has a profileYou need to be logged in to Pivot to Claim/ Update Profile

  • Search for Collaborators*

  • ScanGrants is designed to facilitate the search for funding sources to enhance individual and community health. The funding sources listed here may be of interest to virtually anyone associated with the health field medical researchers, social workers, nurses, students, community-based health educators, academics and others.

    Funding sources most frequently listed here include those of private foundations, corporations, businesses, and not-for profit organizations. Finding and listing less traditional funding opportunities is also a priority. Federal and state funding sources are typically not included on ScanGrants because they are readily available on other sites (e.g.

    Search using keyword or by categoryDemonstration*

  • The Foundation Directory Online ProfessionalPower Search allows you to search across nine databases: Grantmakers:100,000 foundationsCompanies: 4,000 sponsoring companiesGrants: over 2.4 million recently awarded grant990s: 700,000 recently filed IRS Forms 990 and 990-PF. News from Philanthropy News Digest; Jobs from Philanthropy News Digest; RFPs from Philanthropy News Digest; PubHub reports: 6,877 research reports, case studies, issue briefs, literature reviews, and annual reports published or funded by U.S. foundations.Catalog of nonprofit literature: 30,000 full bibliographic citations collected by the Foundation Center five libraries.


  • *HEALTH CARE (keyword)

    NARROW YOUR RESULTS Databases Grantmakers (11576) Grants (150516) Companies (45) 990s (173123) News (1514) RFPs (22) PubHub (3884) Nonprofit Literature (516) Jobs (60)

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    Centralizes more than 900 grant programs across 26 Federal grant-making Search by keyword; Browse by (Broad) Category; Browse by Agency and Sort by Open Date; Search by more specific criteria such as: Funding Instrument Type, Eligibility or Sub-agency; Search for Recovery Act Opportunities.Anyone can access the website and access Grant Application Packages or Application InstructionsIn order to submit applications through, the CCNY was required to register and designate authorized representatives with delegated authority to submit proposals on behalf of the organization. Persons with the authority to submit applications through are staff in the Office of Research Administration.


  • Once on the Search Opportunities page, you may conduct a basic search, browse by category, browse by agency or conduct an advanced search.*

  • Searching Grant OpportunitiesBasic Search: Allows you to search by Keyword, Funding Opportunity Number, or CFDANumber.Browse by Category: Do you want to learn about Federal grant opportunities available today?Start by selecting a grant category that interests you.Browse by Agency: Access a list of grant opportunities by Agency by clicking on a Federal Agency.Advanced Search : Allows you to search by Date, FundingActivity Category, Funding Instrument Type, and Agency in addition to searching by Funding Opportunity Number or CFDA Number or completing a Keyword search.*

  • *Advanced search: DIABETES Open Opportunities Search by Funding Activity Category: HealthSearch by Agency: Department of Health and Human ServicesSearch by Funding Instrument Type: Grant

  • CFDA Number(s): 93.173 -- Research Related to Deafness and Communication Disorders93.213 -- Research and Training in Complementary and Alternative Medicine93.242 -- Mental Health Research Grants93.361 -- Nursing Research93.399 -- Cancer Control93.837 -- Cardiovascular Diseases Research93.847 -- Diabetes, Digestive, and Kidney Diseases Extramural Research93.866 -- Aging Research93.867 -- Vision Research *

  • *Basic SearchI used the CFDA number for Aging Research: 93.866

  • Department of Health and Human Services Grants Forecast future applicants with advanced notice of potential upcoming opportunities for HHS funding; this lead time is especially critical to our expanding potential awardees community located nationwide and worldwide. The continued development of a network of excellent, innovative, and committed awardee communities is essential to HHS continuing to meet its increasingly complex and challenging mission.

    Once an opportunity has been funded and announced, it will be posted on where you can find and apply for funding.*

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  • NSFWith an annual budget of about $6.9 billion (FY 2010), NSF is the funding source for approximately 20 percent of all federally supported basic research conducted by Americas colleges and universities. In many fields such as mathematics, computer science and the social sciences, biosciences. NSF is the major source of federal backing. Another essential element in NSF's mission is support for science and engineering education, from pre-K through graduate school and beyond.*

  • NSF

    Directorate of Biological Sciences (BIO) the following organizations: Biological Infrastructure (DBI); Environmental Biology (DEB); Emerging Frontiers (EF); Integrative Organismal Systems (IOS); Molecular and Cellular Biosciences (MCB).Research Funding