Grants and Funding
Internal Funding Opportunities
Department Small Grants Program
The CFM Departmental Small Grants Program provides support for faculty research and scholarly projects. It is anticipated that most applications will be for the purpose of funding new small projects or pilot projects. Learn more about the small grants program.
External Funding Opportunities
As a service for all researchers at Duke University and the School of Medicine, Duke’s Office of Research Support Funding site provides an extensive database of funding opportunities of interest to the Duke community. The list is searchable by discipline, eligibility, sponsor, etc.
myRESEARCHhome is a portal for the Duke Research Community. Funded by the Duke CTSA, it provides all your relevant applications and information in one place and connects you to the myRESEARCHnavigators for assistance. MRH is your gateway to all things research at Duke. Need help finding a resource? Call a myRESEARCHnavigator: 919-684-2243, option 4.
Duke Clinical & Translational Research Institute brings together a wealth of resources from across campus to help investigators at any stage of the translational research process. See the services available through Duke CTSI.
The Clinical Research Unit Biostatistics Core is provided for Duke Community and Family Medicine faculty and affiliates. The core offers statistical advice and collaboration in study design and data analysis. Specific types of support include:
- Grant preparation, including the possibility of a statistician named as a co-investigator
- Study design including sample size and power calculations
- Statistical analysis
- Manuscript preparation
- General statistical advice
Institutional Review Board
Duke Institutional Review Board's mission is to ensure the protection of human research subjects by conducting scientific and ethical review of research studies while providing leadership and education for the research community.
Medical Center Library Resources
Medical Center librarians are available for various training and consultation needs. A librarian can:
- Guest lecture in your class or journal club
- Integrate evidence-based practice and information literacy into your course or curriculum
- Collaborate on systematic reviews of the literature and grant preparation
- Consult on literature search strategies and resource selection