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Grant Development Services

Grant Development Services (GDS) is the newest unit of the Office of Sponsored Projects. GDS supports the strategic development and writing of major interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research and education funding proposals. 

GDS's goal is to support faculty development of proposals that encompass a great idea with significant potential and credible impact. Find out more "About GDS".

 

FUNDING & COLLABORATION SEARCH INFORMATION

Provides information on the use of SciVal Funding, a searchable funding opportunity database, and PURE (formerly SciVal Experts), a research networking tool used to identify collaborators and synergize inter-disciplinary clinical and translational research without limitation to organizational affiliation or position.

FEATURED FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

Highlights timely, diverse opportunities available to the university research community.

COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH SUPPORT (CRSP)

CRSP, a unit of GDS, supports researchers in preparing large collaborative grant proposals.

EARLY & NEW INVESTIGATOR ASSISTANCE

Information specific to new and early career investigators - especially those new to the University. Includes orientation information, tools and resources, and research opportunities for new investigators.

PROPOSAL WRITERS GUIDE

Designed to help anyone new to writing a proposal understand the parts of a proposal, how to organize your writing approach, and why proposal are sometimes rejected.

GRANT DEVELOPMENT TOOLBOX

Includes proposal checklists & templates as well as sponsor specific guidance for DOE, DOD, NIH, NSF, and NASA. Provides detailed technical assistance materials for NIH R01 and NSF CAREER proposals and examples of successfully funded applications.

RESOURCES FOR RESEARCHERS

Includes links to Outreach & Diversity, grant writing/proposal development resources, articles and where to go for help.

 

Research Calendar

Informative Links

About GDS

Phases of Research Development

Grant Readiness Assessment Tool

 

Last Updated: 9/27/16