Search for research grants
The following databases contain information on funding opportunities available from the federal government, private foundations, and corporate/industry organizations. Access may require a username and password or be limited to users on the OHSU network.
GrantScoop is a hand-curated database specifically designed for scientists in biomedicine. This tool allows for selective searches with extensive filtering capabilities and provides information on both private and government funding. GrantScoop is a subscription service available to all OHSU faculty and staff; create an account using your OHSU email and search.
SciVal Funding is a comprehensive funding database that covers a wide spectrum of research funding opportunities from across the globe. Use SciVal Funding to search for grants from federal funders like the NIH or private foundations and professional associations. In addition to standard search for features, SciVal allows you to search for grants based on your publication history, set up customized alerts, and review data on awarded grants. You'll need to set up an account but there is no charge for using it.
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OHSU Funding Database
A hand-curated database for OHSU researchers that tracks opportunities of particular interest to our community, including limited submissions. Your OHSU user name and password is required to access the database.
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Foundation Directory Online
The Foundation Directory Online provides comprehensive information on U.S. private foundations and the grants they offer. You can search this database by specific foundation or by grant opportunity. Links are available to foundation web sites, IRS filings and philanthropy news. To log in to the Foundation Directory Online, please follow the link on the OHSU Library website.
Grants.gov allows organizations to electronically find and apply for competitive grant opportunities from federal grant-making agencies. You can register to receive e-mail notifications regarding grants announcements from Grants.gov site and customize these e-mail alerts based on funding opportunity number, selected agencies and categories of funding activities, selected interests and eligibility groups, or all grant notices. After subscribing, you will receive announcements of both new grants and modifications of existing grant announcements.
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NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts
The NIH Guide for Grants & Contracts focuses specifically on grants and contracts available through the National Institutes of Health. This is the official publication for NIH medical and behavioral research grant policies, guidelines, and funding opportunities The NIH considers applications for the support of basic or clinical biomedical, behavioral, and bioengineering research. Sign up to get weekly email notifications from the NIH Table of Contents to learn about funding opportunities and recent announcements.
The NIH Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tool Expenditures & Reports database, or RePORTER, is a searchable database of federally funded biomedical research projects conducted at universities, hospitals, and other research institutions. You can search the database by PI, institution, state, and many others. You can also find publications attached to funded grants, the roster of the study section that reviewed it, and other useful information. While it does not display open requests for proposals, it is a great tool for identifying the kind and type of grants awarded by NIH. Search RePORTER
You can also see most funded awards from many federal agencies at the new Federal RePORTER tool.