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Pre-Proposal Resources



Grant boilerplate, templates, and sample language are available for topics such as: responsible conduct of research, biosketches, facilities and resources, and institutional data.

Research Grants

Resources for PIs pursuing research grants at NIH and other agencies. Proposal toolkits and checklists are available as well as links to annotated NIH R01 applications and other reference materials.

Career Grants

Institutional information and boilerplate for NIH Career (K) awards and other career development grant opportunities, as well as links to other internal and external resources.

Tools and Resources

Tools to identify grant opportunities, develop a timeline for grant preparation, develop a grant budget, write a competitive NIH application, successfully submit your application via eBridge, and identify additional MCW resources.

Fellowship Grants

Institutional information and boilerplate for NIH Fellowship grant opportunities including: responsible conduct of research, sample biosketches, and proposal toolkits and checklists.

Training Grants

Institutional information and boilerplate for NIH T32/T35 and other training grant opportunities including: responsible conduct of research, diversity recruitment and retention, sample biosketches, data for the required tables, and annotated training grant applications.

Funding Reports

This link will take you to the Research Resources web page which contains data tables and charts on NIH rankings and other research funding statistics.

Office of Grants and Contracts Contact Information

Phone: 414-955-8563

Fax:     414-955-6552


Location: MACC Fund Research Center (MFRC) 3070

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News & Updates

CDMRP replaces eReceipt System with eBrap

For FY14, CDMRP has replaced the eReceipt system with the electronic Biomedical Research Application Portal (eBRAP).


New MCW Corporate Policy on PI Eligibility

MCW recently established a corporate policy regarding who at MCW is eligible to serve as the Principal Investigator (PI) on a research project. The policy sets the duties and responsibilities of a PI, and describes the processes for requesting and approving exceptions to these new PI eligibility requirements.

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