Resources for Research

This collection of resources is designed for members of the School of Public Health working in research. It includes resources for faculty, research scientists, research coordinators, research administrators, and students. Access to some resources (e.g., examples of grant applications and boilerplate language) is restricted to individuals with a UW NetID.

Below are links to websites that summarize active funding opportunities for faculty and grants administrators.

Below are samples of boilerplate language that you can adapt and use in your grant applications. Also included are examples of specific grant types that have been generously shared by investigators in the UW SPH. 

*Examples requiring UW NetID for access.

Boilerplate Language

Examples

Resources in this section are divided into those for investigators and those for grants managers. Some are found in both locations.

Resources for investigators:

Resources for grants managers

Below are links to a variety of training resources. The University of Washington (UW) Training Resources are primarily for investigators. The National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA) Training Resources are primarily for grants managers and research administrators. Additional training opportunities are available through the UW ITHS.

University of Washington (UW) Training Resources

National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA) Training Resources

 

Webpage current as of Jan 2023