Private Funding Resources
Many research funding opportunities are available through private sources, including foundations, voluntary health organizations, professional associations and corporations. Researchers may search for private funding opportunities through COS/Pivot and by consulting the following resources.
Proposals to private funders are submitted through the Office of Corporate and Foundation Advancement http://www.northeastern.edu/giving/cf/index.html , x2536
Foundation Directory Online: http://fconline.foundationcenter.org/
A subscription based online funding research tool developed by the Foundation Center. Researchers may search for private foundations using this website. For access information, contact Karen Drew in Research Development, firstname.lastname@example.org, x4824. Researchers may also contact Northeastern’s Office of Corporate and Foundation Advancement for more advanced searches.
Philanthropy News Digest: http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/rfp/
The Foundation Center’s register of requests for proposals (RFP) and alert services.
Foundation Center: http://foundationcenter.org/findfunders/foundfinder/
The Medical Foundation: http://hria.org/tmfservices/tmfgrants.html
The Medical Foundation administers biomedical research grant programs for an array of organizations and individuals.
American Chemical Society (ACS): http://portal.acs.org
The American Chemical Society has multiple funding opportunities available to researchers.
American Heart Association (AHA): http://my.americanheart.org/professional/Research/Research_UCM_316889_SubHomePage.jsp
Research grants and fellowships are offered in summer and winter to stimulate research in promising areas of cardiovascular science.
Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA): http://www.rescorp.org/
The Research Corporation for Science Advancement is a foundation which provides support and funding opportunities for research in the sciences.