Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP)

Institutional Grant Programs

The following are Institutional Grants available for UTHSCSA faculty.
Click on the links below to find out how to apply for these grants through the UTHSCSA department offering them.

Please Note: Proposals for these programs do not require an Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) review prior to submission. Proposals for these programs should be submitted directly to the departmental office offering the grant. A complete copy of the proposal submission and COP will be required by OSP if an award is made.

 

School of Medicine

The School of Medicine at UTHSCSA is soliciting applications for the following programs:

  • SOM/IIMS Multi-Investigator Pilot Projects

    Application Deadline: 10am Monday, August 18, 2014
    The School of Medicine Office of the Dean (SOM) and Institute for Integration of Medicine and Science (IIMS) have allocated funds to support highly innovative pilot projects involving three or more investigators that will lead to the submission of applications to NIH and other funders for program projects, Centers of Excellence, and similar large awards involving multiple departments, institutes/centers, schools and collaborating institutions. Awards will be made for one-year project periods beginning on or about October 1, 2014. Funds up to $50,000 (direct costs) are available.

     

    Applications should be submitted electronically in a single PDF file attached to an email message to the Research Dean's Office at SOMResearch@uthscsa.edu. Please refer any questions regarding this funding opportunity to Angeles Aboites, Aboites@uthscsa.edu or (210) 562-5655.

     

  • SOM Bridge Funding Program

    Application Deadline: 10am Monday, August 18, 2014
    The School of Medicine Office of the Dean (SOM) announces the availability of bridge funding for UTHSCSA SOM faculty. The Bridge Funding Program is designed to provide 12 months of support for investigators that are extremely likely to obtain external funding to continue their research programs. The Program is intended for SOM faculty with an established track record of obtaining extramural funding who are experiencing a temporary disruption of funding that, without institutional support, would have a substantial adverse impact on the overall long-term viability of their research program. Awards will be made for one-year project periods beginning on or about September 29, 2014. Requests for funds up to $50,000 (direct costs) will be considered.

     

    Applications should be submitted electronically in a single PDF file attached to an email message to the Research Dean's Office at SOMResearch@uthscsa.edu. Please refer any questions regarding this funding opportunity to Courtney Peebles, peeblesc@uthscsa.edu or (210) 562-6869.

 

CTRC Request for Applications

The Cancer Therapy and Research Center (CTRC) at UTHSCSA is soliciting applications for the following programs:

None at this time. Check back for future opportunities.

Please direct questions regarding programs to the CTRC office via Lori Varner at ctrcgrants@uthscsa.edu.

 

IIMS Request for Applications

The Institute for Integration of Medicine & Science (IIMS) at UTHSCSA is soliciting applications for the following programs:

  • Mentored Research Career Development (KL2) Program In Clinical and Translational Science

    Application Deadline: 5 PM December 1 (annually)
    The Institute for Integration of Medicine and Science (IIMS) at the UT Health Science Center (and partnering organizations) is soliciting applications for the Mentored Research Career Development (KL2) Program. The NIH-funded KL2 Program seeks to train multidisciplinary clinical and translational science researchers. Thus, early career faculty from diverse groups including physicians, epidemiologists, behavioral scientists, biostatisticians, pharmacologists, dentists, nurses, psychologists, engineers, and others are sought for a 2 year training program in mentored research.

     

    Applications should be submitted electronically to Susan Stappenbeck at stappenbeck@uthscsa.edu. Hard copy submissions may be sent by campus mail or hand delivered to: Susan Stappenbeck, IIMSā€Research Education, DTL 5.577U, MC 7757.

Barshop Request for Applications

The Barshop Institute at UTHSCSA is soliciting applications for the following programs:

None at this time. Check back for future opportunities.

Borderplex Council Diabetes/Obesity Research Enhancement Fund

This program is on hold until further notice.