Proposal Development

Other Funding Resources

Grants.Gov
www.grants.gov
The “one-stop shopping” for all U.S. government grant opportunities.  It contains grant opportunity information for most – but not all – government grants.

National Institutes of Health  (NIH)
www.nih.gov
The National Institutes of Health is the nation’s largest support of biomedical research.  It has 27 different centers and institutes and most of them provide funds for telemedicine-related projects.

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality  (AHRQ)
http://www.ahrq.gov/

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)
http://www.pcori.org/

U.S. Department of Agriculture  (USDA)
www.usda.gov
While you will find some grant opportunities at the United States Department of Agriculture. Note in particular the Distance Learning and Telemedicine link at http://www.usda.gov/rus/telecom/dlt/dlt.htm.

National Science Foundation  (NSF)
www.nsf.gov
The National Science Foundation support primarily basic science in many areas including health.  Your proposal emphasis must be on basic science, and not on service delivery.

Department of Defense  (DOD)
www.defense.gov
The Department of Defense is an umbrella agency for many research projects. Enter “Research Opportunities” in the home page search engine and you will be led to funding sources at the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Army Research Office, Office of Naval Research, and the Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency.  They do fund military-related health projects.

U.S. Department of Education  (USDE)
www.ed.gov
The U.S. Department of Education Web site contains ICT grant opportunity information that focuses on e-learning projects, including health education and literacy.

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute
http://www.pcori.org/

Getting Started

Need help developing your grant idea? Get the process started by visiting the Mercy Intranet and completing a grant idea worksheet. Once complete the office of research and sponsored projects will contact you to discuss your grant proposal.

 

Other Funding Resources

Grants.Gov
www.grants.gov
The “one-stop shopping” for all U.S. government grant opportunities.  It contains grant opportunity information for most – but not all – government grants.

National Institutes of Health  (NIH)
www.nih.gov
The National Institutes of Health is the nation’s largest support of biomedical research.  It has 27 different centers and institutes and most of them provide funds for telemedicine-related projects.

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality  (AHRQ)
http://www.ahrq.gov/

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)
http://www.pcori.org/

U.S. Department of Agriculture  (USDA)
www.usda.gov
While you will find some grant opportunities at the United States Department of Agriculture. Note in particular the Distance Learning and Telemedicine link at http://www.usda.gov/rus/telecom/dlt/dlt.htm.

National Science Foundation  (NSF)
www.nsf.gov
The National Science Foundation support primarily basic science in many areas including health.  Your proposal emphasis must be on basic science, and not on service delivery.

Department of Defense  (DOD)
www.defense.gov
The Department of Defense is an umbrella agency for many research projects. Enter “Research Opportunities” in the home page search engine and you will be led to funding sources at the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Army Research Office, Office of Naval Research, and the Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency.  They do fund military-related health projects.

U.S. Department of Education  (USDE)
www.ed.gov
The U.S. Department of Education Web site contains ICT grant opportunity information that focuses on e-learning projects, including health education and literacy.

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute
http://www.pcori.org/

 

Getting Started

Need help developing your grant idea? Get the process started by visiting the Mercy Intranet and completing a grant idea worksheet. Once complete the office of research and sponsored projects will contact you to discuss your grant proposal.

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