Office of Research Development
Many private foundations and other funding organizations restrict the number of proposals they will accept from an institution. MUSC has an established process to coordinate applications for these proposals. This process has been developed to ensure that multiple investigators do not apply for the same funding opportunity, rendering both applications ineligible by the sponsor.
The Office of Research Development (ORD) is responsible for coordinating the limited submission process, including announcing these opportunities through postings on its website, as well as directly to faculty via ORD research funding alerts. These announcements contain a brief description of the opportunity with a link to the sponsor’s site and internal application instructions and deadlines.
Internal Submission Procedures
Faculty members interested in a limited submissions opportunity should follow the instructions provided in the internal announcement for the respective opportunity. Faculty are responsible for reviewing and downloading all provided information, as well as visiting the sponsor’s website, before making the determination to be considered for nomination, and must adhere to all posted deadlines.
Review and Selection Process
An ad-hoc peer review panel evaluates the internal pre-proposals according to the program guidelines and criteria, and makes recommendations. The Associate Provost for Research makes final determinations. All applicants are notified of the decision by email, with copies to their department chair and respective grants coordinator in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.
Selected Limited Submission Opportunities
Archived Limited Submission
|Internal Deadline||Sponsor Deadline||Sponsor||Program Announcement|
|05/31/13||07/01/13||Brain Research Foundation||Scientific Innovations Award|
|TBA||10/01/13||Burroughs Wellcome Fund||Career Awards for Medical Scientists|
|TBA||11/01/13||Burroughs Wellcome Fund||Investigators in the Pathogenesis of Infectious Disease|
|Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation||Clinical Investigator Award|
|Dana Foundation||Neuroimmunology Program|
|TBA||TBA||Doris Duke Charitable Foundation|
Clinical Scientist Development Award
*(No limitations on number of proposals but specific eligibility requirements.)
|Ellison Medical Foundation||New Scholar Awards Program in Aging|
|5/31/13||06/21/13||Ellison Medical Foundation||New and Senior Scholar Awards in Neuroscience|
|Klingenstein Third Generation Foundation Fellowship||Fellowship in Child and Adolescent ADHD Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Depression Programs|
|National Institutes of Health||NIMHD Science Education Initiative (R25)|
|July 2013||January 2014||National Institutes of Health||Director's Early Independence Awards (DP5)|
|Closed||01/23/14||National Science Foundation||Major Research Instrumentation Program|
|Open||11/12/13 (IT & IT Catalyst)||National Science Foundation||ADVANCE: Increasing the Participation and Advancement of Women in Academic Science and Engineering Careers (One Institutional Transformation, one IT-Catalyst, no limit on PAID proposals)|
|National Science Foundation||Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE)|
|TBA||07/15/13||Pew Charitable Trust Program||Pew Scholars Program in the Biomedical Sciences competition|
|TBA||Closed||Pfizer||Medical & Academic Partnerships Program|
|TBA||09/27/13||Searle Scholars Program||Searle Scholars Program|