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Dhanonjoy C. Saha, PhD Director, Office of Grant Support (OGS) October 21, 2015
Dhanonjoy C. Saha, PhD
Director, Office of Grant Support
(OGS)
October 21, 2015
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Grant capacity and grant readiness
The Office of Grant Support (OGS)
Grants.gov, Sci Val, eRA Commons, Cayuse
Regina Janicki, Gerard McMorrow, DC Saha, Jed
Shivers, Tanya Dragic
Application development, budget development,
routing, compliance (IACUC, IRB, Bio-safety),
application submitting, checking verification
Submitting applications and JITs, receiving
NOA/NOGA and managing awards
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Grant capacity: Institution’s potential volume
of grant activity while considering
qualification, complexity, and suitability
Grant readiness: Relative level of preparation
to pursue grant activity, both in general and in
respect to specific projects and opportunities
At any given point, we may have the capacity,
but may not have the readiness and vice versa
To be successful, we must have both
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The Office of Grant Support (OGS) is
comprised of only three individuals who
provide pre-award administrative assistance to
the College community
Our goal is to enable faculty scholars to submit
grant proposals and to manage subsequent
non-financial responsibilities of the award,
resubmission, and renewal processes
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Helps develop or review proposal budgets
Reviews and ensures pre-submission regulatory
requirements
Helps with creating and managing electronic
grant submissions
Assists with required registrations for grant
application submissions
Helps submissions of grant proposals to granting
agencies or sponsors
Negotiates budgets and other related terms and
conditions of the awards with the sponsors
Manages Awards Committee nominations (for
limited submissions)
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Assists with communications or communicates
with grant-making agencies
Helps with finding resources for improving
grant applications – writing, editing, proposal
review and critique - creating more competitive
proposals
http://www.einstein.yu.edu/administration/gr
ant-support/
Helps with submission of non-competing
applications, Just-in-Time, Supplemental
Materials, RPPR, RS, FIS and ….
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Find funding opportunities -- small or large
grants -- state, federal, private, foundation
Target dissemination of funding opportunities
to interested trainees and faculty members
Interpret proposal guidelines and help with
building application materials-- eligibility,
forms, institutional data and ….
Demystify DoD, NIH, NSF and other federal
and non-federal policies, procedures, and
jargons
Serves as a one-stop shop for submitting grant
applications
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SciVal Funding – subscription – free for Einstein- Montefiore
http://www.einstein.yu.edu
InfoEd SPIN – subscription – free for limited programs
http://spin2000.infoed.org/new_spin/spinmain.asp
Grants.gov – free
http://www.grants.gov/applicants/find_grant_opportunities.jsp
Foundation Center Finding Funders – free
http://www.fdncenter.org/funders/
NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts – free
http://grants2.nih.gov/grants/guide/index.html
NSF Guide to Programs – free http://www.nsf.gov/funding
GrantsNet – free http://sciencecareers.sciencemag.org/funding
New York State GrantsGateway – free.
https://www.grantsgateway.ny.gov
Many more …
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COS Funding Opportunities Database – subscription.
http://fundingopps2.cos.com/
InfoEd SPIN – subscription.
http://spin2000.infoed.org/new_spin/spinmain.asp
GrantForward – subscription.
https://www.grantforward.com/index
ResearchResearch – subscription.
http://www.researchresearch.com
Foundation Directory Online Platinum –
subscription. http://fconline.fdncenter.org/
Grant $elect – subscription.
http://www.grantselect.com/
Many more …
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http://www.einstein.yu.edu/
This database contains about 21,000 active funding
opportunities, 5.8 million awarded grants and
about 9,000 funding bodies
Go to our website, click Research, then click
Collaboration Zone, then click Sci Val Funding Site
Build your own profile/criteria for the funding
opportunities
You will find many useful resources by clicking on
the “Innovative Collaboration Tool,” then
“Investigators Resources” and “Einstein Research
Profiles”
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http://spin2000.infoed.org/new_spin/spinmain.a
sp
SPIN includes opportunities in all disciplines and
is extensive. Covers almost all federal and many
private foundation grants. You may be able to do
some searches for free
Choose “Advanced Search” from the main search
screen
Then select keywords, applicant types, award
types, citizenship, geographic restrictions, and
locations tenable
Search by status (junior faculty, postdoctoral and
so on), - an especially useful feature
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http://www.fdncenter.org/funders/
Basic information on private and community
foundations, and corporate grantmakers in the
U.S.
Search by name of foundation or sector (type of
foundation)
Look at annotated list of grantmakers’ web
sites
Current opportunities are in PND
(Philanthropy News Digest); clicking on it then
clicking on the RFPs
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http://www.grants.gov/applicants/find_gran
t_opportunities.jsp
US Federal funding opportunities from all
agencies. SEARCH Grants.gov for your federal
grants by keywords or more specific criteria.
All discretionary grants offered by the 26
federal grant-making agencies can be found on
Grants.gov
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National Science Foundation (NSF)
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http://www.nsf.gov/funding
Provides general descriptions of funding programs
for all NSF directorates
Department of Defense (DoD) –
Congressionally Directed Medical Research
Program (CDMRP)
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http://cdmrp.army.mil/funding/default.shtml
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http://grants2.nih.gov/grants/guide/index.html
NIH Guide announcements are published daily.
On Friday afternoon, NIH transmits an e-mail to
NIH Guide LISTSERV subscribers with the Table
of Contents (TOC), including links to
announcements published during the week
To Subscribe to the NIH Guide LISTSERV, send an
email to [email protected] with the following
text in the message body (not the "Subject" line):
 subscribe NIHTOC-L your name (Example:
subscribe NIHTOC-L Bill Jones)
 Your e-mail address will be automatically
obtained from the e-mail message and add you
to the LISTSERV
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https://www.grantsgateway.ny.gov
It is a NYS central electronic portal for all New
York State Grants and Contracts
Log in and browse for funding opportunities
It also has alert services for new funding
opportunities. You can sign up under
“Notification”
New Investigator: An NIH research grant Program Director/
Principal Investigator (PD/PI) who has not yet competed successfully
for a substantial, competing NIH research grant is considered a New
Investigator. However, a PD/PI who has received a Small Grant
(R03) or an Exploratory/Developmental Research Grant Award (R21)
retains his or her status as a New Investigator.
Early Stage Investigator (ESI): An individual who is classified as a
New or First-Time Investigator and is within 10 years of completing
his/her terminal research degree or is within 10 years of completing
medical residency (or the equivalent) is considered an Early Stage
Investigator (ESI).
More information at
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/new_investigators/index.htm
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Pathway to Independence Award-Research Phase (R00)
Small Grant (R03)Academic Research Enhancement Award
(R15)
Exploratory/Developmental Grant (R21)
Research Education Grants (R25, R90, RL9, RL5)
Clinical Trial Planning Grant (R34)
Dissertation Award (R36)
Small Business Technology Transfer Grant-Phase I (R41,
UT1)
Small Business Innovation Research Grant-Phase I
(R43, U43)Shannon Award (R55)
NIH High Priority, Short-Term Project Award (R56)
Competitive Research Pilot Projects (SC2, SC3)
Resource Access Award (X01)
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Training-Related and Mentored Career Awards
All Fellowships (F awards)
All individual and institutional career awards (K
awards)
Loan repayment contracts (L30, L32, L40, L50, L60)
All training grants (T32, T34, T35, T90, D43)
Instrumentation, Construction, Education, Health
Disparity Endowment Grants, or Meeting
Awards
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G07, G08, G11, G13, G20
R13
S10, S15, S21, S22
Pathway to Independence Award (K99-R00)
The PI award program is designed to facilitate a timely
transition from a mentored postdoctoral research position to a
stable independent research position with independent NIH or
other independent research support.
NIH Director’s New Innovator Award
This award addresses two important goals: stimulating highly
innovative research and supporting promising early stage
investigators. Many new investigators have exceptionally
innovative research ideas, but not the preliminary data required
to fare well in the traditional NIH peer review system.
Search grants -- http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/searchgrants.html?keywords=new%20investigator
Research grants that combine a smaller initial
award that transitions without further
competition to a second phase supported by a
substantial, independent research grant will
discontinue the New Investigator status for the
PD/PI(s) at the point of transition to the larger
award. This includes combined, transitional
awards like the R21/R33, SBIR/STTR Fast-Track
(R42, UT2, R44, U44), UH2/UH3.
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For general information, please contact the Office
of Grant Support at (718) 430-3643 or
[email protected]
For budget -- Gerard McMorrow at (718) 430 3580
or [email protected]
For Cayuse, eRA Commons and any other help -Regina Jenicki at (718) 430-3643 or
[email protected]
For grant development, Tanya Dragic, PhD - (914)
262-5441 or [email protected]
For any other help -- D. C. Saha at (718) 430-3642 or
[email protected]
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