The NJ ACTS Pilot Program offers pilot grants to foster collaborative research among faculty in three institutions: Princeton University, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and Rutgers University. Click to see the first round Pilot Programs RFA and NJACTS Pilot Programs Application
CTSA Hub Funding Opportunities
- Notice of Intent to Publish a Funding Opportunity Announcement for HEAL Initiative: Pain Management Effectiveness Research Network: Clinical Trial Planning and Implementation Cooperative Agreement (UG3/UH3 Clinical Trial Required) https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-NS-20-020.html
- NIH INCLUDE Project has several other opportunities (that NCATS is not supporting): https://www.nih.gov/include-project/funding (Individual Ks, Ts, and other research opportunities!!)
NJ ACTS disseminates information on funding opportunities to its members and partner institutions, directly through emails and our website. Additional funding information is available from the Rutgers Office of Research and Economic Development (ORED).
For additional information on funding opportunities.
Funding to develop new ideas is available through a number of mechanisms, including:
Rutgers BHI-RUN-NJIT Pilot Grants in Neuroscience Program: This program, funded jointly by Rutgers Brain Health Institute and New Jersey Institute of Technology, funds interdisciplinary pilot studies to test new ideas in translational neuroscience and obtain preliminary data to allow funding from external sources. One of the goals of BHI is to establish a rich neuroscience resource in New Jersey that educates the public, clinicians, faculty, and students, as well as state, national, and international health officials. This goal is being achieved by fostering interactions with neighboring NJ institutions that include NJIT, Princeton and Kessler Institute.
Charles and Johanna Busch Biomedical Grant Awards: These grants, available to RBHS faculty and their collaborators, are designed to enhance health-related research and strengthen competitive position of faculty members to seek external funds.
TechAdvance offers grants of up to $100,000 for promising technologies in areas including life science, physical science, engineering, agriculture and IT that have strong potential for commercial success but are “too early” for investors or industry partners. Successful applicants are eligible for consecutive grants after completion of their initial TechAdvance-funded project. Smaller projects may be eligible for TechXpress, a fast-track program that offers grants of up to $10,000. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis for projects that meet the eligibility requirements.
The Rutgers I-Corps Site provides training, resources, networking opportunities, and modest funding to assist in transitioning innovations into the marketplace. Students, faculty, and staff from all Rutgers campuses are eligible to apply. The site has been funded by a five-year National Science Foundation grant and is supported administratively by the School of Engineering and the Office of Research and Economic Development.
NIH Loan Repayment Programs (LRPs)are a set of programs established by Congress and designed to recruit and retain highly qualified health professionals into biomedical or biobehavioral research careers. There are eight LRPs, five for researchers not employed by NIH (Extramural) and three for researchers employed by NIH (Intramural).
- Extramural Loan Repayment Program for Clinical Researchers (LRP-CR)
- Extramural Loan Repayment Program for Pediatric Research (LRP-PR)
- Extramural Loan Repayment Program for Contraception and Infertility Research (LRP-CIR)
- Extramural Loan Repayment Program for Health Disparities Research (LRP-HDR)
- Extramural Clinical Research Loan Repayment Program for Individuals from Disadvantaged Backgrounds (LRP-IDB)