Tool Tip: Identify NIH Funded Researchers at Your Institution and Beyond with RePORTER

Would you benefit from feedback on your NIH grant application? Or are you seeking advice on NIH funding and how it can support your career progression? Sometimes help is closer than you think! It can be very helpful to tap NIH-funded researchers at your own institution to provide feedback on your application or to serve as mentors. NIH RePORTER is a super easy way to identify NIH-funded investigators at your institution (or elsewhere) who may be willing to help. RePORTER is an electronic tool that allows users to search a database of NIH-funded research projects and access publications and patents resulting from NIH funding. This means you can find funded researchers at your institution through a simple search of your organization name or using the Organization filter in the Advanced Search. You could also use it to find potential NIH funded collaborators in your field. Enter just about anything in the RePORTER Quick Search box, text, PI names, project numbers, fiscal year, agency, whatever criteria you want to explore NIH’s database of funded research.
Source: NIH Extramural Nexus - Category: Research Authors: Tags: Tips Before You Submit Funding data RePORTER Source Type: funding