FAQ: Grant Information - US and International
Question: Where can I find information about US and International grants and funding?
You can find information about US and international grants and funding at:
- The National Library of Medicine®
- The National Institutes of Health
NIH Foreign Grants Information is at http://grants.nih.gov/grants/foreign/index.htm .
- The Fogarty International Center for Advanced Study in the Health Sciences
National Institutes of Health
Fogarty also links to other agencies that provide funds to other nations.
- NIH Reports, Data, and Analyses (RePORT)
Reports, data and analyses of NIH research & development activities
RePORTER (formerly the CRISP database) is a part of RePORT.
Provides links to all US government Web sites
Includes International Grants and Fellowship Index
- The Foundation Center
Libraries across the US subscribe to Foundation Center resources.
Find a Resource Center near you at http://fdncenter.org/collections/index.html
An International Visitors Page is at http://foundationcenter.org/getstarted/international
- Fulbright Scholar Global Programs
Council for International Exchange of Scholars
To see how NIH supports research with grants, see the NIH Budget page, at
Examples of resources you may find at your local public, hospital or university libraries are:
- Annual Register of Grant Support
- Directory of Biomedical and Health Care Grants
- The Foundation Directory
- The Foundation Reporter
- The Grants Register
- Guide to U.S. Funding, Their Trustees, Officers, and Donors
- National Guide to Funding in Health
These resources may include information about a grant funding source’s financial disclosures, board members and
awarding ranges. They also include state and local grant funding opportunities.