Maximum award is $30,000 for a project period of up to 2 years. This mechanism is ideal for interdisciplinary teams, novice ATSU faculty, and/or students. SRF provides seed money for pilot data collection to advance the development of a strong clinical research base for the scientific study of whole person healthcare.
Maximum award is $10,000 for a project period of up to 2 years. Funds from the Warner Endowments and Fermaturo Charitable Trust enable full-time faculty to gain initial and/or interim support for promising research projects.
Maximum award is $5,000 for a project period of up to 2 years. This mechanism provides initial and/or interim support enabling full-time faculty to study student learning and publish results in order to further improve the practice of teaching.
Maximum award is $2,000 for a project period of up to 2 years. This mechanism enables full-time faculty (including at least 1 member of the ATSU Public Health program) to test promising pilot projects and/or conduct short-term continuation of existing community health research projects, such as:
Maximum award is $1,500 to purchase supplies when needs arise during implementation of scholarly activity that were unforeseen when the project began but which present an impediment to successful project completion. To apply, faculty must submit the ATSU Small Grant Program Request Form, along with a short description of the need, the project aim, and a signature from the chair or direct supervisor indicating sufficient department funds are not available to support the need. A firm cost for the item(s) must be included with the request. No carry over funds will be allowed.
ATSU Small Grant Item Request Form *This program uses a rolling deadline.
Maximum award is $1,000 for a 1-year period. This mechanism is ideal for osteopathic students, predoctoral fellows, interns, and residents at KCOM or SOMA and requires direct supervision by a full-time faculty member. This endowed fund enables the study of orthomolecular therapy, including interrelationships in the areas of nutrition analysis and therapy.
Maximum award is $1,000 for a 1-year period. This mechanism is ideal for individual student-initiated projects under the supervision of a full-time ATSU faculty member. Students are encouraged to develop scientifically sound projects based on a critical review of the literature and utilization of appropriate research methods. Priority will be given to interdisciplinary research teams.
The ADEAGies Foundation provides grants to improve the oral health of the public and is interested in receiving letters of inquiry (LOIs) by October 1st for projects that:
ASDOH and MOSDOH are both eligible to apply for a grant requesting up to $25,000 and may submit multiple LOIs in the same funding cycle.
Interested project teams should submit concept proposals for LOIs to Sponsored Programs by June 1.
In response to consistent concerns about the complexity of review criteria and administrative load of peer review, the NIH Center for Scientific Review (CSR) has convened a working group to recommend changes to research grant review criteria that will improve review outcomes and reduce reviewer burden.
NIH would like to hear your thoughts on how review criteria might be modified to obtain the best evaluations of scientific merit. You can provide feedback directly to:
For more information about sending the feedback email to CSR, read here.
Dr. Michael Lauer, Deputy Director for Extramural Research at NIH, discusses FY 2018 data on R01-equivalent and R56-Bridge awards, presenting percentiles for both funded and unfunded applications.
On December 10, 2019, NIH announced publication of the revised Grants Policy Statement, applicable to all NIH grants and cooperative agreements with budget periods beginning on or after October 1, 2019.