Resources for Gillings Researchers
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is committed to expanding and disseminating knowledge for the benefit of the people of North Carolina and the world. An important part of that commitment to knowledge is research of the highest ethical standards.
Looking for funding opportunities for a new project? Here are links to internal/pilot funding opportunities at UNC and databases for external funding opportunities. If you need assistance or have questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment with our staff.
- SPIN Funding Database
- Grants.gov Federal Funding Opportunities
- CFR - Early Career Funding Opportunities
To find out what has previously been funded by NIH and NSF, use search the following databases:
Research Proposal Resources and Policies
Here is a collection of resources to help you as you develop your research proposals. If you have questions about information not covered here, please email email@example.com.
Unsure about the difference between gifts, grants, and contracts? This section provides University guidance and policies regarding gifts, sponsored projects, and grants. For information on research as a "gift" or a "sponsored project," please see:
- University Policy
- University Guidance
- Gillings School Guiding Principles for Considering Gift and Grant Agreements with Companies (approved June, 2017)
Did you know that principal investigators, faculty, staff, students, and departmental contacts are not authorized to sign agreements?
Still not sure? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Want help with your Specific Aims for proposals? The Gillings Research Solutions unit offers scientific review of Specific Aims for proposal to any major granting agency on a regular cycle.
We have compiled resources to help you prepare a variety of funding proposals. The resources provide general language that describes the research environment at UNC and Gillings, including research resources, diversity initiatives, and general information about the university. Modify these to fit the needs of your specific proposal.
If you need assistance finding new collaborators from Gillings or across campus, please contact email@example.com to set an appointment to discuss your needs.
The Gillings School is committed to maintaining the highest standards for conducting research. These resources should help answer any questions you may have about research compliance. If you have additional questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To receive research training, fellowship, research education, and career development awards the NIH, AHRQ, and CDC will require an ORCID iD.
All Gillings School researchers are required to complete the research trainings found in this section.
Please follow the links below to the relevant webpages