Funding guide for fibrin research.
Federal Funding Opportunities
These funding opportunities include initiatives and programs from the following agencies:
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers some stroke funding, including support for the Paul Coverdell Acute National Stroke Registry.
- Department of Defense funds surgery, blood loss, and plasma research.
- US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command funds casualty care and operational medicine research. (*When you open this link, your web browser may inform you that the “connection is untrusted.” This security alert is common when accessing Department of Defense websites; you may safely accept the connection and access the website.)
- Office of Naval Research supports research on hemorrhage control and artificial blood.
- National Institutes of Health –
- Search the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts, the official NIH information source for funding opportunities from all NIH institutes and centers.
Listed below are the funding web pages for individual NIH institutes that support research on or related to fibrin and bleeding or clotting disorders.
- National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute supports research on heart disease and vascular health.
- National Institute on Aging grants money for gerontology work.
- National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease supports studies on transplantation.
- National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases includes blood diseases among their research fields.
- National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke offers funding for investigations into the causes and prevention of stroke.
- National Science Foundation funds research in biomedical engineering and biomaterials.
Non-Federal Funding Opportunities
- American Academy of Neurology Foundation offers two-year fellowships to support clinical research training in the neurosciences.
- American Association for Cancer Research offers research fellowships, grants, and conference travel awards for cancer researchers at various career stages to foster the development of the most promising scientists.
- American College of Cardiology provides financial awards to advance research in cardiovascular disease.
- American Federation for Aging Research funds research in aging and geriatric medicine.
- American Heart Association supports research in heart disease and stroke.
- American Society of Hematology offers scholar awards to support early careers in blood research.
- Bayer Hemophilia Awards support a wide range of research projects in the field of hemophilia.
- Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Global Research Foundation supports proteomics research.
- Hemophilia and Thrombosis Research Society makes grant awards for mentored research on hemophilia and other bleeding or clotting disorders.
- Leukemia and Lymphoma Society supports a wide variety of research on blood malignancies.
- McKnight Endowment Fund for Neuroscience administers three awards for young and established neuroscientists and encourage interdisciplinary collaboration in neuroscience.
- National Hemophilia Foundation offers grants for the study of coagulation disorders.
- North America Thrombosis Forum provides an award enabling one fellow to visit a North American thrombosis research and education center of his or her choice.
- Octapharma USA supports clinical or pre-clinical research focusing on human protein therapies in immunotherapy, intensive care and emergency medicine, and coagulation disorders.
To Find More Funding Opportunities
- Carolina students, faculty, and research staff interested in obtaining more information about funding opportunities related to your research are invited to contact your respective support organizations: