We will assist principal investigators (PI) and program directors (PG) to identify funding opportunities for projects they are interested in, utilizing personal contacts, established data bases, and information available on the intranet. Many such funding opportunities are posted by federal, state and local agencies, private foundations, societies, associations and pharmaceutical companies.


Grants.gov is a cross-agency initiative which allows users to search for funding opportunities and submit grant applications from 26 federal grant making agencies such as:

A complete list of federal agencies providing funding opportunities through Grants.gov can be found using the following link: http://www.grants.gov/

If a client would like to sign up to receive email notices for federal funding opportunities posted through Grants.gov, please use the following Grants.gov Email Registration Instructions. It should take no more than 10 minutes to complete the email subscription steps and funding notices will be sent within 48 hours from when the email subscription process is completed.

Finding Funding from federal, state and non-federal sources:

Federal Sources:

  • National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding opportunities search page including unsolicited application announcement which are useful for researchers who want to propose their own research program rather than respond to a specific agency announcement funding.

State Sources:

Non-Federal Sources:

  • Irving Harris Foundation