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Sponsor-Specific Resources

Sponsored research funding comes from Government and Private (non-profit and industry) sources. While there are hundreds of different sponsors, there are a few in which the activity merits highlighting for our research community. 

Government Sponsors

Select Government Sponsor Resource Pages

 Important information on Working with Government Sponsors

Department of Commerce logoDepartment of Commerce 

Commerce-Sponsored Research-at-a-Glance-FY2016

Department of Defense logoDepartment of Defense (DoD)
(Recent news, Policies, and Resources for DoD Projects or Army Research Office (AOR) or Office of Naval Office Research (ONR)

DoD-Sponsored Research-at-a-Glance-FY2016

Department of Education logoDepartment of Education

Department of Energy logoDepartment of Energy

Energy-Sponsored Research-at-a-Glance-FY2016

National Institutes of Health logoNational Institutes of Health (NIH)
(Recent news, Policies, eRA Commons, and other NIH Resources)

NIH-Sponsored Research-at-a-Glance-FY2016

National Science Foundation logoNational Science Foundation (NSF)
(Recent news, NSF  Grants.gov Application Guide (GPG), Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG), FastLane and other Information)

NSF-Sponsored Research-at-a-Glance-FY2016

NASA logoNASA

NASA--Sponsored Research-at-a-Glance-FY2016

Department of Transportation logoDepartment of Transportation

Transportation-Sponsored Research-at-a-Glance-FY2016

Veterans Affairs logoVeterans Affairs

Veterans Affairs--Sponsored Research-at-a-Glance-FY2016

Private Sponsors

Select Private Sponsor Resource Pages

Certain foundations at the University of Michigan are managed at a strategic level. These are managed foundations. If you are planning to seek support from any of the managed foundations you must contact U-M Foundation Relations first.

 Other important Information on Working with Private (Industry, Foundation and Non-Profit) Sponsors.

American Heart Association (AHA) logoAmerican Heart Association (AHA) Programs
 

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) logoPatient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)

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A sampling of U-M projects and outcomes funded by Federal research dollars.