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Grant, Funding & Collaboration

Grant Writing Resources


Career Development Grant Writing tutorials

Offered in March, these sessions are sponsored by the Office of Postdoctoral Education for postdocs, instructors, assistant professors (and equivalent). 

Department of Medicine Grant Writing Tools

Extensive list of tools for investigators (note: some are DOM specific)

Early Career Reviewer Program

This NIH Center for Scientific Review Program trains qualified scientists without prior CSR review experience to become effective reviewers.

Grant Writing Resource Sheet

Compiled by Dr. Janet Gross, this document provides information and links for finding funding as well as internal and external resources. 

Nature Master Class

Nature Masterclass online training and webinars. Training is delivered by Nature Research journal editors and aims to help institutions and laboratories support their researchers in writing research papers. The Emory University Library has subscribed and is available campus wide.  Steps for setting up your Masterclass profile below.

  1. Access Nature Masterclass via the Emory Library, here.  Sign in using your Emory NetID and password.
  2. Click the register button to create a new Nature account. A verification email will be sent to your email address. Please check your junk/spam folder for the email. 
  3. Once verified, you can begin using the online modules. 

Funding Opportunities


Office of Sponsored Programs

Provides information for administrators and investigators on internal and external sources of funding.

School of Medicine funding resources


TRAIN: The Research Acceleration and Innovation Network 

Public, web-based platform aims to help innovators share best practices, exchange ideas and find relevant tools and resources. 

To search on your own:


Collaboration Resources


eBIRT

eBIRT is a one-stop shop for research resources. eBIRT offers resource providers, such as service centers and cores, a platform to advertise their services, and investigators a means to locate services for their use in research.

Emory Global Engagement Directory
The Emory Global Health Institute developed the Emory Global Engagement Directory to provide a searchable listing of Emory faculty members engaged in global work or who possess relevant expertise.