As soon as you decide to apply for a grant, contact your departmental administrator and provide her with a copy of the Request for Proposals.
- Deb Benda, Veterinary Clinical Sciences, 625-3734, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Barbara Creswell, Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences, 624-7283, email@example.com
- Nancy Rush, Veterinary Population Medicine, 624-5344, firstname.lastname@example.org
The University's Sponsored Projects Administration (SPA) requires that the complete grant application be in their office 5 days before the application deadline. The College of Veterinary Medicine therefore requires that you submit your completed application 10 days before the sponsor's deadline.
Managing Sponsored Projects at the University of Minnesota
Electronic Applications and Forms
SPA's resources for electronic grant applications, including Grants.gov
Sample institutional information to use in the standard research application (SF 424 R&R form)
The federal government's SF 424 R&R application and instructions
USDA Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service (CSREES) forms
Grants.gov customer support
How to register as a PI in NIH's eRA Commons
Electronic Grants Management System: EGMS
Sponsored Projects Administration (SPA)
SPA's realignment of July 2008
Standard Institutional Information often requested by sponsors
Information from SPA on Electronic Grant Applications Resources
The Council of Research Associate Deans' policy on Sharing Indirect Cost Recovery among Collaborating Units
Forms and Rates (SPA)
Federally negotiated F & A rates
NIAID Paylines and Budgets
Sources of information for text in your proposal
Responsible Conduct in Research (RCR)
All faculty researchers must complete the required annual training in Responsible Conduct in Research (RCR).
Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC). If your research uses animals, you are required to submit an IACUC application. If you will interview or survey people, you must complete a separate application (IRB).
University of Minnesota's Openness in Research policy (the policy formerly known as the Research Secrecy Policy)
Animal Subjects Research Compliance
University rules on the use of hazardous biological materials and select agents
Patents and Marketing
Funding Opportunities that Require Institutional Nomination
Some sponsors place a limit on the number of applications they accept from a single institution. This page lists those funding opportunities and provides mechanisms for researchers to register their interest with the U of M Sponsored Projects office and be considered for nomination for a particular grant opportunity.
If you wish to suggest items for this page, please contact Karin Matchett.