Sponsored Project Support
The Funding Resources Specialist works in cooperation with the Office of the Vice President for Research and the University Library to provide outreach to grantseekers in the area of funding opportunities and proposal writing resources. The underlying goal of this initiative is to increase external research funding for faculty, thus promoting their success at Brown as well as within their own scientific discipline.
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Funding Resources Specialist

Amy Robb provides individual research consultations to faculty and students across the disciplines in the use of online funding resources, including Community of Science (COS), available through the University Library.

See our brochure for additional information.

 
Internet Resources
  • ADVANCE Wiki
    The sponsored project support wiki includes resources for communicating effectively with funding program officers, laboratory management, tips on raising your research profile, and University resources for external funding support. There is also lots of information for new investigators and women scientists.
  • Brown University Library: Grant Subject Guide
    Find here information on funding opportunities database, Community of Science (COS), as well as library and university resources for grant proposal writing, navigating NIH, and more.
  • Foundation Center Cooperating Collections
    Cooperating Collections are free funding information centers that provide a core collection of Foundation Center publications and a variety of supplementary materials and services in areas useful to grantseekers. The Providence Public Library is the Rhode Island repository for Foundation Center collections. Among the resources available is the Foundation Directory Online, the most comprehensive database for finding foundation support.
    Access available at the Providence Public Library Central Library's Reference Department.
 
Presentations and Workshops