Emory Internal Research Funding
There are a variety of funding opportunities available through Emory or Emory-affiliated programs. Please review the complete list below.
If you have questions regarding any of the grants, please contact DOMResearch@emory.edu
Emory Department of Medicine investigators may request bridge funding from the Emory Medicine Bridge Funding Program and the Emory Medicine Catalyst and Seed Funding Program by following the steps outlined in this internal process document.
Submissions are due to the Emory Department of Medicine Office of Research (email@example.com) on or before April 1 or December 1.
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Pilot funding through
Educational funding: RETCD (Research Education, Training, and Career Development) - offers limited funding to accepted members of its programs
KL2 Clinical Research Career Development Program - Annual - due in spring of each year
The Emory Medical Care Foundation awards up to six grants a year, for a maximun of $30,000/award to support research by Emory faculty who are based at least 50% of their time at Grady.
Proposals are due February 1, June 1 and October 1 of each year.
The 9th Annual Bettye Rose Connell Memorial Lecture – Depression and Quality of Life in Late Life Chronic Illness
Highlighted Researcher: Ahsan Husain
Highlighted Researcher: Anand Jain
The 16th Annual IM Resident Research Day celebrates resident accomplishments and Emory’s collaborative research environment