Funding Resources - Find Funding
In addition to its database function, Grants.gov is a learning resource and a free subscription service. You can register to receive e-mail notifications about grants announcements customized by funding opportunity number, selected agencies, specific categories of funding activities, selected interests and eligibility groups, or simply all grant notices.
While not a database of open requests for applications, the Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools database, or RePORTER, is a searchable database of past and current federally funded biomedical research projects conducted at universities, hospitals, and other research institutions. It is a great tool for identifying the kind and type of grants awarded from a particular agency.
The Foundation Directory Online is a service to which the OHSU Foundation and the OHSU Library subscribes in order to provide an unsurpassed level of comprehensive and accurate information on U.S. private foundations and the grants they offer. You can search this database by specific foundation or by grant opportunity. Links are available to foundation web sites, IRS filings and philanthropy news. For best results, please refer to the instruction guide.
Log into the Foundation Directory Online.
A hand-curated database for OHSU researchers that captures funding opportunities primarily from non-governmental sources. The OHSU Funding Database is also used to track all limited submissions, including federal opportunities. An OHSU user name and password is required to access the database.