To find out what an Institute or Center has funded through different mechanisms, explore RePORT, a publicly accessible website that provides a central point of access for reports, data, and analyses of federally-funded research from the NIH and several other federal
Written by an internationally recognized cancer researcher, the article provides some practical advice for identifying the right funding opportunity and developing a winning proposal.
This article discusses the art and science of writing competitive proposals. It was written by Caroline Wardle, PhD who joined the NSF in 1990 as a Program Director in the CISE Office of Cross Disciplinary Activities (CDA), which is now the Office of International and Integrative Activities (IIA). Prior to joining the NSF, she was a faculty member at Boston University where she founded and chaired the Department of Computer Science.
This article was written by Sara Rockwell, PhD when she was Associate Dean for Scientific Affairs at the Yale University School of Medicine. A Penn State University alumna, Dr. Rockwell was honored by the University in March 2011 with the Distinguished Alumni Award – the highest honor bestowed by Penn State upon an outstanding alumna or alumnus. Her research focuses on laboratory studies aimed at understanding the biology of solid tumors and improving the treatment of cancer. The results of her research have been published in over 200 scientific publications and have been presented in over 250 papers at national and international scientific meetings. She has served as an advisor in various capacities for the NIH, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the Department of Defense, the Veterans Health Services and Research Administration, the Department of Energy, Brookhaven National Laboratory, and the State of Connecticut, as well as for several universities and charitable organizations.