12. National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC): https://nhmrc.gov.au/funding/find funding term_node_tid_depth=All&field_stage_value=1
1. Grants.gov: Though backed by the Department of Health &
Human Services, Grants.govprovides a valuable resource for searching for fellowships, grants, and other funding opportunities across multiple disciplines.
2. Foundation Center: One of the
largest databases of philanthropy in the United States containsinformation from more than 550 institutions eager to donate their money to creative,technical,medical, scientific, and plenty of other kinds of causes.
3. Pivot: Pivot claims it hosts
an estimated $44 billion worth of grants, fellowships, awards, andmore,accessed by more than three million scholars worldwide.
4. The Chronicle of Philanthropy
New Grants: Another excellent search engine entirelydedicated to helping the most innovative thinkers obtain the money needed to move forward with their projects.
5. Research Professional: Seven
thousand opportunities await the driven at the well-lovedResearch Professional, which serves inclusively as a government-to-nonprofit grantdatabase.
6. Council on Foundations: Corporations, nonprofits, and other institutions gather here to talk best practices in philanthropy and where to find what for various projects.
7. The Grantsmanship Center: Search for available research funding by state, see what givers prefer, and explore which ones offer up the most moolah.
8. GrantSelect: Whether looking for money to advance an educational, nonprofit, artistic, or other worthwhile cause, GrantSelect makes it easy to find that funding.
9. The Spencer Foundation: The Spencer Foundation provides research funding to outstandingproposals for intellectually rigorous education research.
10. The Fulbright Program: The Fulbright Program offers grants in nearly 140 countries further areas of education, culture, and science.
11. Friends of the Princeton University Library: The Friends of the Princeton University Library offers short-term library research grants to promote scholarly use of the research collections.
12. National Endowment for the Arts: The NEA's Office of Research & Analysis will make awards to support research that investigates the value and/or impact of the arts, either as individual components within U.S. arts ecology or as they interact with each other and/or with other domains of American life.
13. Amazon Web Services: AWS has two programs to enable customers to move their research or teaching endeavors to the cloud and innovate quickly and at lower cost: The AWS Cloud Credits for Research program (formerly AWS Research Grants) and AWS Educate - a global initiative to provide students and educators with the resources needed to greatly accelerate cloud-related learning endeavors and to help power the entrepreneurs, workforce, and 1 researchers of tomorrow.
14. The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy Research Grants: The NASBA will fund and award up to three grants totaling up to $25,000 for one-year research projects, intended for researchers at higher institutions.
15. The Tinker Foundation Research Grants: The Tinker Foundation Field Research Grants Program is designed to provide budding scholars with first-hand experience of their region of study, regardless of academic discipline.
16. SPIN (Sponsored Programs Information Network): SPIN is run by InfoEd International and requires an institutional subscription to access its global database for funding opportunities.
17. GrantForward: GrantForward is a massive resource, full of grants from more than 9,000 sponsors in the United States. The site leverages data-crawling technology to constantly add new funding opportunities.
18. Bush Foundation Fellowship Program: Leadership in its many forms are the main focus of the BFFP, who give money to folks dedicated to improving their communities.
1. Whitaker International Program: Biomedical engineering's global reach serves as this organization's focus, so applicants here need to open themselves up to international institutions and applications.
2. U.S. National Library of Medicine: From tech to small businesses, the USNLM funding programs cover a diverse range of fields that feed into medicine.
3. American Heart Association: Most of the AHA’s research involves cardiovascular disease and stroke, with funding in these areas available in both the winter and the summer.
4. Society for Women's Health Research: Female engineers and scientists are eligible for these grants, meant to support initiatives that improves women's health and education on a global scale.
5. Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation: Every cent donated to the DRCRF directly feeds into fellowships and awards bringing humanity closer to cancer cures and improved prevention regimens.
6. Burroughs Wellcome Fund: Emerging scientists working in largely underrecognized and underfunded biomedical fields are the main recipients of this private foundation's awards.
7. The Foundation for Alcohol Research: As one can probably assume from the name, The Foundation for Alcohol Research contributes to projects studying how alcohol impacts human physical and mental health.
8. Alex's Lemonade Stand: These grants go towards doctors, nurses, and medical researchers concerned with curing childhood cancer.
9. National Cancer Institute: Thanks to a little help from their friends in Congress, the National Cancer Institute have $4.9 billion to share with medical science researchers.
10. Charles Stewart Mott Foundation: Michigan-based thinkers currently developing ways to improve upon serious local and state issues might want to consider checking out what this organization can offer in the way of funding for their ideas.
11. American Federation for Aging Research: AFAR provides up to $100,000 for a one-to-two-year award to junior faculty (MDs and PhDs) to conduct research that will serve as the basis for longer term research efforts in the areas of biomedical and clinical research.
12. The Muscular Dystrophy Association: The MDA is pursuing the full spectrum of research approaches that are geared toward combating neuromuscular diseases. MDA also helps spread this scientific knowledge and train the next generation of scientific leaders by funding national and international research conferences and career development grants.
13. American Nurses Foundation: The ANF Nursing Research Grants Program provides funds to beginner and experienced nurse researchers to conduct studies that contribute toward the advancement of nursing science and the enhancement of patient care.
14. The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation: The CF Foundation offers competitive awards for research related to cystic fibrosis. Studies may be carried out at the subcellular, cellular, animal, or patient levels. Two of these funding mechanisms include pilot and feasibility awards and research grants.
15. The National Ataxia Foundation: The National Ataxia Foundation (NAF) is committed to funding the best science relevant to hereditary and sporadic types of ataxia in both basic and translational research. NAF invites research applications from USA. and International non-profit and for-profit institutions.
16. The March of Dimes: In keeping with its mission, the March of Dimes research portfolio funds many different areas of research on topics related to preventing birth defects, premature birth, and infant mortality.
17. The American Tinnitus Association: The American Tinnitus Association Research Grant Program financially supports scientific studies investigating tinnitus. Studies must be directly concerned with tinnitus and contribute to ATA's goal of finding a cure.
18. American Brain Tumor Association: The American Brain Tumor Association provides multiple grants for scientists doing research in or around the field of brain tumor research.
19. American Cancer Society: The American Cancer Society also offers grants that support the clinical and/or research training of health professionals. These Health Professional Training Grants promote excellence in cancer prevention and control by providing incentive and support for highly qualified individuals in outstanding training programs.
20. Thrasher Research Fund: The Thrasher Research Fund provides grants for pediatric medical
research. The Fund seeks to foster an environment of creativity and discovery aimed at finding solutions to children's health problems. The Fund awards grants for research that offer substantial promise for meaningful advances in prevention and treatment of children's diseases, particularly research that offers broad-based applications.
21. Foundation for Physical Therapy: The Foundation supports research projects in any patient care specialty.
22. International OCD Foundation: The IOCDF awards grants to investigators whose research focuses on the nature, causes, and treatment of OCD and related disorders.
23. Susan G. Komen: Susan G. Komen sustains a strong commitment to supporting research that will identify and deliver cures for breast cancer.
24. American Association for Cancer Research: The AACR promotes and supports the highest quality cancer research. The AACR has been designated as an organization with an approved NCI peer review and funding system.
25. American Thyroid Foundation: The ATA is committed to supporting research into better ways to diagnose and treat thyroid disease.
26. The National Patient Safety Foundation: The National Patient Safety Foundation (NPSF) Research Grants Program seeks to stimulate new, innovative projects directed toward enhancing patient safety in the United States. The program's objective is to promote studies leading to the prevention of human errors, system errors, patient injuries, and the consequences of such adverse events in a healthcare setting.
27. The Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research: The FAER provides research grant funding for anesthesiologists and anesthesiology trainees to gain additional training in basic science, clinical and translational, health-services-related, and education research.
28. The Alzheimer's Association: The Alzheimer's Association funds a wide variety of investigations by scientists at every stage of their careers. Each grant is designed to meet the needs of the field and to introduce fresh ideas in Alzheimer's research.
29. The Arthritis National Research Foundation: The Arthritis National Research Foundation seeks to move arthritis research forward to find new treatments and to cure arthritis.
30. Hereditary Disease Foundation: The focus of the Hereditary Disease Foundation is on Huntington's disease. Support will be for research projects that will contribute to identifying and understanding the basic defect in Huntington's disease. Areas of interest include trinucleotide expansions, animal models, gene therapy, neurobiology and development of the basal ganglia, cell survival and death, and intercellular signaling in striatal neurons.
31. The Children's Leukemia Research Association: The objective of the CLRA is to direct the funds of the Association into the most promising leukemia research projects, where funding would not duplicate other funding sources.
32. The American Parkinson Disease Association: The APDA offers grants of up to $50,000 for Parkinson disease research to scientists affiliated with U.S. research institutions.
33. The Mary Kay Foundation: The Mary Kay Foundation offers grants to select doctors and medical scientists for research focusing on curing cancers that affect women. Details for 2017 are forthcoming.
34. The Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America: The CCFA is a leading funder of basic and clinical research in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. CCFA supports research that increases understanding of the etiology, pathogenesis, therapy, and prevention of Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis.
35. American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons: ASES provides grants of up to $20,000 for promising shoulder and elbow research projects.
36. The Avon Foundation for Women: Grants from the Avon Foundation go to develop new strategies to prevent breast cancer, and toward research of the science behind breast cancer toincrease understanding of the disease.