SEARCH: Are there services to help me look for funding opportunities?
PREPARE: Are there resources to help me write my grant application?
- Grant Writing Assistance
The Clinical & Translational Science Institute (CTSI) offers guidance for new investigators for every step of the application process.
- Grant Boilerplate
The GCO offers boilerplate, templates, and sample language for topics such as: responsible conduct of research, biosketches, facilities and resources, and institutional data. Boilerplate language is also available for NIH Career, Fellowship, Research and Training Grants.
- Funding Reports
The Office of Research prepares reports on NIH and other research funding for the Medical College of Wisconsin. Charts, rankings and data tables may be downloaded as enhancements to grant applications.
- NIH All About Grants Podcast
The Office of Extramural Research (OER) presents conversations with NIH staff members on topics such Preparing a Successful Grant Application and Understand How Your Grant is Reviewed. Podcasts are in mp3 format and updated monthly; transcripts are available.
SUBMIT: Is there support to help me submit my grant application in eBridge?
- eBridge Training view section on Funding Proposals
Most grant applications must be submitted via eBridge, a web-based software application. Research Systems Training offers hands-on training on how to use eBridge to submit your Funding Proposal.
- eBridge Procedure Guides
The Office of Grants & Contracts (GCO) provides the guides in PDF format which offer specific instructions on submitting grant applications.