Helpful Presentations and Articles
- Details on Submitting Though UT
- Quick Guide for NIH Grant Applications
- UT's Guide to NIH Proposal Writing
- NIH Funding Opportunities and Forms
Links to Grant Funding Organizations
- The Research Assistant
The Research Assistant (www.researchassistant.com) is a comprehensive online source of tips, tools, and information to navigate the world of behavioral science research, from formulating your question to getting your proposal funded.
- National Institute on Drug Abuse
This link goes directly to NIDA's funding opportunity page for grants and contracts.
- National Institute on Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse
This link goes to NIAAA's Division of Extramural Research and lists research areas and resources for grant applicants.
- National Institutes of Health - Resources for New Investigators
This link goes to the Office of Extramural Research's Resources for New Investigators. The advice is helpful for all researchers, not just those new to the game.
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
This link goes directly to SAMHSA's grant funding page and includes information on grant opportunities and how to apply.
- NIH's Researcher Computer-Based Training
This online training module produced by the the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Office of Subjects Research provides required training for NIH grants and information on IRB requirements.
- University of Texas-Austin's Office of Research Support and Compliance
This site also provides training and guidelines for Institutional Review Board (IRB) requirements for experiments/research.
- The University of Texas Population Research Center
This site has helpful grant writing resources for NIH and other federal grants, including topics they are interested in, do's and don'ts, what reviewers look for, how they get reviewed, etc.
This website (www.grants.gov) provides a single, comprehensive location for information about finding and applying for all federal grants.
- Just Info
Just Info is a grant funding newsletter published on the 1st and 15th of each month by the National Criminal Justice Reference Service
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