NC State has several institutions with which it partners, including other universities and private institutions, to offer funding opportunities. These programs offer faculty the unique opportunity to collaborate with researchers at other organizations.
NC TraCS Pilot Projects
Next deadline: July 23, 2019Full Details
- Next Deadline: July 23, 2019
- This is a matching program; all projects require 1:1 cost matches. PIs should seek matching funds from their colleges, department, or center/institute.
- Other upcoming deadlines: 11/19/19, 3/24/20, 7/28/20, 11/17/20
- Read an article highlighting a few projects awarded through this program
UNC-CH’s NC TraCS is partnering with NCSU’s Office of Research and Innovation and the Comparative Medicine Institute (CMI) to promote interdisciplinary inter-institutional collaborative research teams. This pilot program is designed to encourage and facilitate novel clinical and translational research that applies or accelerates discovery into testing in clinical or population settings. Cross-disciplinary translational research addressing the development of therapies, diagnostics or devices applicable to human disease and clinical research/trials are areas of interest for these awards. NC State led submissions should be routed through PINS. (Select “UNC/NC State Translational Research Grant.”)
The NIIMBL mission is to accelerate biopharmaceutical manufacturing innovation, support the development of standards that enable more efficient and rapid manufacturing capabilities, and educate and train a world-leading biopharmaceutical manufacturing workforce, fundamentally advancing U.S. competitiveness in this industry. NIIMBL is the latest addition to the nation’s growing network of manufacturing institutes. Click here to visit the NIIMBL website to learn more.
- Application Deadline: Closed.
- Current and past NC State RTI Scholars
- NC State and RTI held a webinar about the University Scholars Program on November 1.
Research Triangle Institute (RTI) International launched the RTI University Scholars Program in 2014 as a catalyst for promoting research collaborations between the institution and North Carolina’s top academic scholars. The program provides support for distinguished academic researchers to spend scholarly leave time at RTI, actively collaborating with RTI’s researchers. The goal of the program is to foster collaboration and catalyze opportunities for externally funded, joint
projects in the future.
The UNC Lineberger Developmental Funding Program is intended to support the development of cancer research programs and stimulate new applications for extramural funding. NC State faculty may apply in collaboration with UNC Lineberger members. The RFA can be found here. See the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center website for full submission details. NC State led submissions should be routed through PINS. (Select “NC State/Lineberger Cancer Center Research Grant.”)
- Any future opportunities will be posted here.
UNC-GA has officially announced another round of RFPs, both for the Research Opportunities Initiative (ROI) and the Inter-Institutional Planning Grant (IPG). The ROI provides targeted funding for innovative and potentially game-changing research projects in certain areas. The IPG is an initiative designed to promote collaboration among UNC institutions (particularly between larger and smaller institutions) and across disciplinary boundaries.
- Competition is closed.
The Game-Changing Research Incentive Program (GRIP), allocates more than $1,500,000 over three years to fund exceptional research teams and projects that span NC State colleges. GRIP is intended to incentivize and support visionary research ideas that will result in large-scale extramural funding, award-winning research impacts, and first-class interdisciplinary graduate education and training. You can watch this video and hear a little more about the program.
GRIP awards will follow a two-phase application process including a two-page pre-proposal, selection of up to 10 pre-proposals for further consideration, and review of eight-page final proposals. Please see the link to the full RFP below for key dates and requirements, and the FAQs for additional information.
- PIs are responsible for securing the NC State portion of this award. PIs should seek funds from their departments, colleges, or center/institute.
- See the RFA for full details
The Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is partnering with Office of Research and Innovation, as well as NC State’s Comparative Medicine Institute (CMI), to support new inter-institutional collaborative research teams.
Each institution will support the research activities of its investigators. CTSI and NC State will each fund up to $25,000 direct costs, for a total of $50,000 per project. Up to $25,000 in direct costs at each institution may be requested and the amount requested from each must be equal as funds will not be subcontracted between Duke and NC State. NC State led submissions should be routed through PINS. (Select “Duke/NC State Translational Research Grant.” as the direct sponsor).
Questions should be directed to Jon Horowitz.
Please note that this funding is contingent on the CTSI receiving the Clinical & Translational Science Award
(CTSA) renewal from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) [the receipt of the
notice of award from NCATS is expected May 2018].