Research Roadmap Announcements
The Research Roadmap Announcements lists funding and training opportunities that were announced through the Research Listserv.
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The Research Listserv is the research administration email messaging system used to communicate important Icahn School of Medicine news, announcements, and funding opportunities targeted to researchers and their staff. Sign-up for the Research Listserv.
Committee on Special Awards (CoSA)
Many foundations limit the number of grant applications that can be submitted from any single institution. The Committee on Special Awards (CoSA) sends email announcements about these grant opportunities, and assists faculty in preparing the applications. Sign-up for Research Listserv Grant and Funding Opportunity announcements.
Corporate and Foundation Relations (C&F)
The Corporate and Foundation Relations Team in the Mount Sinai Development Office is able to assist with applications for certain non-government grants. This includes, but is not limited to, grants from foundations, both professionalized and family, corporations, and professional organizations and associations. The priority of the Development Office is to provide assistance for funding initiatives that fall within Mount Sinai’s strategic plan. The team can assist faculty with the every step of the grant cycle, such as Letters of Intent, full application, grant agreements, reporting requirements and other stewardship. Available services include, but are not limited to, collaborating with faculty on proposal development and strategy, editing narrative materials, navigating online portals, securing necessary signatures and paperwork, and liaising with a foundation or other organization on behalf of the faculty. Please note that all sponsored projects must also be submitted through the Mount Sinai Grants and Contracts Office via InfoEd.
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The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS) encourages Principal Investigators/Program Directors to apply for Diversity Supplements offered by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). These funds enable investigators to recruit and retain diverse candidates to fill crucial roles on research teams. For information on eligibility and the application process, please visit the ISMMS Diversity Supplements website.
Grants and Contracts Office (GCO)
The GCO Funding Opportunities page provides numerous resources to assist investigators searching for funding opportunities, including access to the SPIN portal, crowdfunding information and more. Sign-up for Research Listserv Grant and Funding Opportunity announcements.
The MSI STEM Research & Development Consortium (MSRDC)
The Consortium awards are “other transactions” rather than traditional grants or contracts. These non-competed awards bypass solicitation, allowing for a direct connection between collaborative partners and government program managers. Submit your capabilities to get started and for additional information or assistance email Anthony Smalls. To learn more visit The MSI STEM Research & Development Consortium website.
Mount Sinai Innovation Partners (MSIP)
Mount Sinai Innovation Partners (MSIP) collaborates with organizations that are interested in funding innovative pre-clinical and clinical research.
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