The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) has compiled this list of Emory University internal funding sources for research and teaching projects as a convenience for the Emory research community. We welcome additions or corrections to this list.
Applicants are encouraged to contact directly the Emory unit that sponsors the grant competition for current information on deadlines and proposal guidelines. Proposals to internal grant competitions within Emory do not need to be routed through OSP.
Please Note: These grant opportunities are available only to faculty and, where noted, students affiliated with Emory University.
The goal of ACTSI
is to leverage grant programs to promote clinical and translational science. Grants are offered throughout the year through the Community Engagement
and Research Technologies
programs. The Community Engagement program serves to provide funds for community-based research initiatives. The Research Technologies programs serves to provide the programmatic foundation to support existing and new technology resources in the clinical community.
makes grants up to $25,000 to support research by Emory faculty who are based at least 50% of their time at Grady Memorial Hospital. Grants will be awarded to Emory faculty during their first ten years at the Grady Health System. Applications for EMCF Research Grants are accepted three times per year on November 1, March 1, and July 1.
awards grants for short-term research goals that can be accomplished in one year or less. All full-time Emory faculty, both tenured and non-tenured, are eligible. Support may be requested for projects of one year or less in duration. The maximum award in the Health/Biological Sciences, Social Sciences, and Math/Natural Sciences is $30,000. The maximum award in the Humanities is $15,000. Requests can be made for direct research support, release time from teaching and all other justified expenses.
The General Science Education Committee of the Science Council
offers Mini-Grants of up to $500 for science faculty who present persuasive ideas to improve teaching and learning in specific science courses. This program is part of an effort by the Committee to foster course and faculty development for enhanced science teaching in Emory College. The General Science and Science & Society Committees of the Emory College Faculty Science Council and the Hughes Science Initiative of Emory College offer a Course Development Grant program to enhance the teaching of natural and social science in Emory College. These grants provide from $3,000 to $8,000 in salary, supply and travel money for science faculty to create new science courses or substantially improve existing ones.
The Southeast Center of Excellence in Geriatric Medicine
offers Training Support Grants and Pilot Research Grants in geriatric medicine. Training Support Grants offer salary support up to 50% FTE or $50,000 plus benefits for senior Geriatric Medicine fellows (PGY 5 & 6) and junior faculty to support their development as academic Geriatricians. Pilot Research Grants offer up to $20,000 to senior fellows and junior faculty to enable them to conduct pilot research projects that will yield preliminary data for scientific presentations, publications, and subsequent major grant proposals. Combination grant for training and research for one year up to $20,000.