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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 whose procedures or policies merit highlighting for our research community. 

 

  • Government Sponsors

Select Government Sponsor Resource Pages

 Important information on Working with Government Sponsors

Department of CommerceDepartment of Commerce 

Commerce One-Sheet - Our FY2016 research numbers and Commerce-sponsored research-at-a-glance

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

DoD One-Sheet - Our FY2016 research numbers and Commerce-sponsored research-at-a-glance

Department of Education

Department of EnergyDepartment of Energy

Energy One-Sheet - Our FY2016 research numbers and Energy-sponsored research-at-a-glance

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

NIH One-Sheet - Our FY2016 research numbers and NIH-sponsored research-at-a-glance

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

NSF One-Sheet - Our FY2016 research numbers and NSF-sponsored research-at-a-glance

NASANASA

NASA One-Sheet - Our FY2016 research numbers and NASA-sponsored research-at-a-glance

TransportationDepartment of Transportation

DoT One-Sheet - Our FY2016 research numbers and Transportation-sponsored research-at-a-glance

Veterans AffairsVeterans Affairs

Veterans Affairs One-Sheet - Our FY2016 research numbers and Veterans Affairs-sponsored research-at-a-glance

Private Sponsors

Select Private Sponsor Resource Pages

Certain foundations at 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) Programs
 

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)