Funding Resources and Grant Preparation Tools
The Researcher’s Guide provides one-stop shopping for the UW grants process.
The UW School of Medicine’s Grants Review Unit (GRU) is responsible for reviewing all School of Medicine proposals to verify that they comply with the School’s policies and procedures. GRU staff assist with the proposal review process to ensure that proposals are submitted accurately and thereby increasing the chance of funding success.
The UW School of Medicine and the UW Office of Research provide various lists, guides, and other information resources to support the preparation of T32 and other select federal training grants.
The Environmental Health & Services Guide for Principal Investigators outlines your health and safety responsibilities as a Principal Investigator and provides links to related resources. It lists related requirements for grant proposals, purchases and similar actions. It also outlines how to plan for emergencies and disasters.
The Health Sciences Library provides additional tools and services for clinical researchers to help identify funding sources and augment grant proposals. These include translational researcher tools, databases, and Journal and Author Impact Factors.