Grant Submission

We believe that collaborations on grand and small scale offer the greatest chance of yielding answers to our important questions. To foster collaborative relationships we offer grant submission services to our affiliated faculty and their students. JHU faculty that are affiliated with INBT can submit collaborative proposals through our institute and take advantage of the resources offered by INBT, including superior customer service, knowledgeable staff, and post- award administration. We simplify the process of submitting proposals that include multiple collaborators across divisions.

To inquire about grant submissions, please email our Research Service Analyst Kierra Suggs at ksuggs1@jhu.edu or call 410-516-3853 with the following information:

  • Link or number to the RFA or PA (if available) as soon as you start thinking about submitting a proposal
  • Names of all related personnel, their percentages (effort and/or salary) and their contact information. Must include INBT affiliated faculty.
  • A working budget
  • A project title and summary
  • Include completed compliance checklist (download here)

All documents should be sent electronically to: Kierra Suggs, at ksuggs1@jhu.edu. If paper copies are required please mail or personally drop off to: Croft Hall (formerly NEB), Suite 100, Homewood Campus.

To allow for time to assemble the official budget, gather appropriate signatures, and route documents- we request that all preliminary materials are received at least 10 days in advance of the application deadline. Each proposal is fundamentally different and have different requirements. We recommend that you allot at least two months preparation to compile all the necessary documents. Review your proposed submission timeline to account for all documents from subawardees and collaborators as these typically take longer to receive.

Resources

In addition to grant submission services we have a number of resources to help you with finding the right funding opportunity, fellowship opportunities, submission guidance, and compliance. The links below can help you get started.

Funding Opportunities
Bi-monthly and as appropriate we compile related funding opportunities from various sources. Feel free to visit our Funding Opportunities page for relevant program announcements.

Fellowships
We have compiled a list of available fellowship opportunities from federal and foundation sources. Please see sponsor for program specific information.

Proposal Guides/ Proposal Aids
Currently we have a library of abridged versions of various proposal guides. These proposal Guides are recommended for review during your proposal process to clarify the documents and their requirements. Specific sections are also highlighted below as a more in depth guide to each document.

R01 Basics
R21
NSF GRFP
AHA
F31
K99 Instructions
Subaward
Human Subjects
Animals
Data Management
Multi- PI
Resource Sharing Plans

Submission to PMC- Meeting the NIH Public Access Policy Requirements
Welch Library has included several methods for submitting your articles for PMCID numbers as well as tips and tricks for follow up.

NIH Updates(NEW)

Did you know NIH will require new biosketches starting on May 25th, 2015?

Checkout our new NIH Updates page to keep up-to-date on new NIH policies.

Contact
For any questions or concerns please contact:

Kierra Suggs
Sr. Research Service Analyst
Institute for NanoBiotechnology
at The Johns Hopkins University
Whiting School of Engineering
3400 North Charles Street, Croft Hall 106
Baltimore, MD 21218
Phone: 410-516-3853 /FAX: 410-516-2355
Email: ksuggs1@jhu.edu
INBT website: http://inbt.jhu.edu/

Page last modified by Kierra Suggs on February 13, 2015