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Research Resources

Emory Internal Research Funding

There are a variety of funding opportunities available through Emory or Emory-affiliated programs.

The Primary Care Consortium provides grants up to $5,000 to support projects that involve research, quality improvement, advocacy, development of clinical decision support tools, or educational activities that advance primary care as it relates to patient safety, innovations in healthcare delivery, addressing disparities in healthcare, etc. Application information can be found here.

Please review the complete list below.

If you have questions regarding any of the grants, please contact

University Research Committee

URC grants - maximum award: $30,000; applications welcome from all regular, full-time Emory faculty

Collaborative grant with ACTSI - must include significant (if not complete) focus on patient-oriented research

Crowd Funding

Momentum is the official crowdfunding platform of Emory University, featuring opportunities to support a range of Emory’s unique and diverse research projects, student initiatives, and campus activities where your gifts of any size can make a tremendous impact.

Raising funds for targeted projects through Momentum provides Emory the ongoing resources that are crucial to its growth and success as a world-class institution. Your donation of any size touches lives every day and supports academics, research, patient care, scholarship, and service to others. Your generosity makes this extraordinary work possible across the disciplines.

Atlanta Clinical and Transnational Science Institute (ACTSI)

Pilot funding through 

Seed Grants - in partnership with Healthcare Innovation Program - due annually in May

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

Regenerative Engineering and Medicine (Emory and Georgia Tech)

Innovative Research Grants - intended to fund projects at earlier stages of development

Strategic Priority Grants - intended for developed projects that are supported by preliminary data

Emory School of Medicine

Large Program Project Support - for Program Directors who are committed to the submission of a large program grant application within 12 months following the Preparation Award

Request for Institutional Matching Funds - for large interdisciplinary grants

Bridge funding and Catalyst and Seed Funding programs are also available. Department of Medicine investigators must apply through the internal mechanism (view PDF instructions).

Research Administration Service (RAS)

The Department of Medicine Research Administration Service (RAS) team is focused on leveraging its combined knowledge and experience to support Department of Medicine and Department of Family & Preventive Medicine investigators. The RAS provides faculty with pre- and post-award research administration services.  We believe that every investigator’s research is paramount. The RAS staff is dedicated to providing a high-level of customer service to support faculty in the management of their research portfolio so faculty can focus on finding answers.