Resources for Osteopathic Research Support
For practitioners, generate research ideas; quarterly online journal AAOJ
Supporting foundation of the AAO. Purpose is to conduct research on the osteopathic approach to health and translate findings to patient care through educational programming offered to residents, physicians and clinical communities.
Professional membership organization dedicated to teaching and support of post-graduate training in osteopathy. Discussions on current state of research and good resources.
Affiliated with Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine; PBRNs, multi-site projects
Federal Funding Agencies and Resources
Many federal agencies and governmental resources have search engines and email subscription services for grant announcements. Below are links to these services and resources.
New NIH Peer Review Videos for Applicants and Reviewers: The Center for Scientific Review recently posted recordings on peer review. The following information is available online for viewing: Navigating peer review for Fellowship Grants, navigating peer review for R01 Grants and briefing for basic research applications. These can be accessed here: .
NIH pk彩票 & Resources
Funding Announcement Search: The NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts is the official publication for NIH medical and behavioral research funding opportunities, as well as policy and guideline updates. Go to search for current Program Announcements and recent notices.
Weekly Emails: NIH Guide LISTSERV transmits weekly emails for staying up to date on funding opportunities, new initiatives and policy changes. All new Guide announcements are included in this service. You can subscribe by going to the NIH’s .
eRA Commons and eSubmissions: Updates to the NIH electronic submission program as well as eRA Commons are available on the . A listserv specific to researchers is available on that page.
NIH Podcasts: Podcasts are available through iTunes or can be downloaded individually from the page. These offer insight into the NIH application and award processes, and are designed for investigators.
NIH Extramural Nexus: The Nexus provides regular updates from the NIH Office of Extramural Research to help researchers gain a better understanding of NIH grant issues. The Nexus also offers opportunities for researchers to weigh in on proposed NIH policy changes Please for the main Nexus webpage
NIH’s Nexus also has available the NIH Deputy Director of Extramural Research’s blog, . Subscription information to the blog as well as other Nexus updates can be found .
NIH workshops and training sessions as well as additional LISTSERVS and Feeds can be found on the page.
Grants.gov offers the subscriber options of receiving daily notifications on all new announcements or those from a specific agency, funding type or announcement number. Information on opportunities is also available via RSS feed. For these services, visit the Grants.gov .
The National Science Foundation offers a subscription service for all . Once subscribed, the user can choose the subscription topics (such as funding opportunities by program area) and the delivery frequency. RSS feeds and podcasts from NSF are available .
Similar to NSF, HRSA also employs a where the subscriber can choose specific topics of interest. Open opportunities are also available via .
is a grantmaking website utilized by non-profit, private and some governmental sponsors. Programs, deadlines and contact information can be filtered by sponsor.
NIH Due Dates & Policies
for competing applications