- Core Assay Facility (CAF)
- Human Subject Incentive Program (HSIP)
- Mock Grant Review Panel
- Paid Subject Pool
- Recharge Rates
- Research Funding
- Research Interests - Faculty
- Research Laboratories
- Research Software Applications
- Research Technical Services (RTS)
- U-M Research Resources
- Research Opportunities for Undergraduates
The Psychology Department encourages faculty to seek externally sponsored research funding.
Administrative staff are available to answer questions, assist with budgeting, compilation of the proposal package, preparing and routing the UM Proposal Approval Form (PAF) to the required UM units, and overseeing project financial activity after the award is received.
If you are considering submitting a research proposal, please send an email to notify the Research Process Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will then receive specific timing information on due dates for sections of your proposal, and more details about getting the process started.
Psychology Grant Submission Resources
- Timeline for Grant Submission (PDF)
- LSA Budget Template (Excel)
- Gateway to Internal Funding (eGIF)
- U-M Research Website
- U-M Research and Sponsored Projects (ORSP) Website
- ORSP Archive of Newsletters and Funding Opportunity Alerts
- U-M Library Research Funding and Grants Guide
- NRSA Fellowship Proposal Information (PDF)
- SharePoint Grant Proposal Repository
- NRSA Panel Notes - August 26, 2015
- NRSA Panel Recording (audio file) - August 26, 2015
LSA Grant Submission Resource
Steve Beach (email@example.com) is available to work with any of you and your departmental research administration structure to:
- help to find Sponsors external to UM
- use eGIF for internal funding
- come up with a realistic budget
- read your project proposal against sponsor information for suggestions
- provide access to successful examples of funded projects
- get you connected with departmental Research Administrators
Please feel free to contact Peggy and/or Steve directly if you want to talk more about a project you are working on. They are happy to work with you whether you are already working on a grant proposal or whether you are in the very first stages of a project idea and aren't sure what funding sources might be available.
National Institutes of Health (NIH) Helpful Tools
- NIH eRA Commons Login website
- NIH Website for the Grants.gov Electronic Submission Process
- NIH Application guide for the Grants.gov submission process (SF424 R&R)
- NIH Grant Writing Tips
- NIH (NIAID) Grant Tutorials and Proposal Package Samples
Note: Even though this is from NIAID, it is quite generic and applies to all new investigators.
The U–M Research website provides information about internal (U–M) and external research funding opportunities. ORSP funding page.
Community of Science
The Community of Science (COS) website can be personalized, so researchers will receive only those notices that pertain to their particular interests.
Funding from Foundations
Faculty meeting presentation and sponsor links (PDF) - Maureen Martin 4/03/2015.