The Office of the Vice President for Research (VPR) at UT Austin offers small internal research grants and awards. EXPLORE VPR RESOURCES »
PIVOT is a database that provides access to the most comprehensive source of research and training funding opportunities globally. These include local, county, state resources as well as opportunities offered by the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, private foundations, nonprofits and others. Grants.gov and the Foundation Center are other useful databases.
Dell Medical School is developing a process for securing internal research funding for research initiatives that further the strategic mission and vision of the school. Current programs tied to the school that offer funding include the Texas Health Catalyst, Ascension Seton-UT Austin CHASP Research Collaborative and Health Communications Scholars Program. The Sponsored Projects Administration team at Dell Med assists researchers with applying for funding and managing awards. The team also assists new investigators with transferring grants to UT Austin.