Inter-Institutional Funding and Resources

GCDTR investigators have access to an extensive listing of diabetes-related funding issued industry funding sponsors.

Emory-Affiliated Research Funding and Research Resources

Emory University Office of Research Development –  The Office of Research Development (ORD) within the Office of the Senior Vice President for Research coordinates university-wide research development and collaboration activities with an emphasis on scholarship that crosses multiple academic units. Working with other units, ORD provides support and programming to facilitate research partnerships, support strategic planning, identify funding opportunities, form interdisciplinary collaborations, and, through the Training Grant Support Office, pursue large institutional training awards. 

 Emory University Research Committee – The Emory University Research Committee provides grants to full-time Emory faculty in the amount of up to $30,000. Grants are awarded in six different categories: Arts – Performing/Visual, Biological & Health Sciences, Humanities, Mathematics & Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Special category – interdisciplinary proposals with 2 more applicants.  

Synergy Research Awards – The Synergy Awards were created in 2016 to spark new, synergistic interactions among investigators and to enable scientific achievements of the highest quality and impact. The awards support collaborative projects among faculty throughout the Woodruff Health Sciences Center (WHSC), including Emory University School of Medicine, Rollins School of Public Health, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, and all other units in health sciences at Emory. 

Georgia Institute of Technology Research Funding and Research Resources

Georgia Institute of Technology Office of Research Development – The Georgia Institute of Technology’s Office of Research Development provides strategic guidance as well as practical support for development of large-scale research funding proposals. 

Georgia Institute of Technology Seed Grant Funding – The Office of the Executive Vice President for Research provides significant seed funding support for GT researchers through IRI Seed grant programs, the biannual Forming Teams and Moving Teams forward internal seed grant program, and through a number of collaborative seed grant programs in cooperation with other organizations such as Emory University, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and more.  

Georgia Institute of Technology’s Competition System – Georgia Tech’s Competition System provides opportunities to apply to internal competitions and externally-sponsored projects for funding, awards, and other opportunities. The types of competitions include limited submissions, EVPR funding initiatives, fellowships, and more. 

Morehouse School of Medicine-Affiliated Research Funding and Research Resources

e-Research Updates – The weekly newsletter of ORD, that lists selected funding opportunities and provides links to funding opportunity guides.  

GrantForward – An online database of federal and private funding opportunities, as well as training and career development opportunities.  

Morehouse School of Medicine Office of Research Development – From the genetic epidemiology of cardiovascular disease in ethnic populations to the physiology of sleep disorders, Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) leads rigorous basic science, clinical, community health, and policy research to improve the health and well-being of people everywhere.