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Funding and Grants Research Guide

This guide contains resources, strategies, and databases pertaining to locating and applying for grant, funding, and scholarship opportunities at Tulane and beyond

Introduction to this Guide

This guide is intended to be an introduction to finding and applying for grants, funding, and scholarships opportunities from Federal agencies, private funders, and here at Tulane University. 

Want to learn more? Send an email to rhorlick@tulane.edu and we will be happy to work with you, your students or research group. 

ORCID & ResearcherIDs

In order to take into account of Author name variation or common author names. It is highly recommended that authors create a ResearcherID or an ORCID, which is a unique researcher identifier which you can use in grant, journal, and book submissions. Now more than ever funding agencies as well as publishers are requiring authors to include their ORCID in the submission process.  

ResearcherID information integrates with Web of Science and is ORCID compliant, allowing you to claim and showcase your publications from a single one account.

Also, ORCID works with CrossrefDataCite, and SciENcv to automatically update your ORCID record, once you authorize this process. 

Office of Research Proposal Development

The Office of Research Proposal Development assists faculty in the preparation and submission of complex grant proposals, particularly those for large, multi-investigator programs or research centers, in the areas of physical and biological sciences, medicine, public health, engineering, information and computer sciences, and social sciences. The services offered by the Office of Research Proposal Development are broad, including:

Convening meetings of researchers for multi-investigator funding opportunities

  • Working with investigators and sponsors to understand proposal requirements
  • Developing a proposal preparation schedule with critical milestones and internal deadlines
  • Creating proposal templates
  • Gathering and formatting commonly required elements materials (biographical sketches, facilities statements, data management plan, etc.)
  • Vetting and editing all sections of the proposal

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