- 1-2-3 GO enables rapid distribution of crucial seed funding for innovative, new, multidisciplinary research collaborations that may lead to discoveries with strong potential for federal funding and commercialization.
- Barton Pilot Study Grants are designed to support new research projects. New investigators, senior investigators, or collaborative groups entering a new area of research are encouraged to apply.
- Bridging / Interim Funding Grants provide bridging support to investigators who have missed the pay line for a competitive renewal of a federal grant.
- Brunson Endowment Grants are designed to support research focused on heart disease and other cardiovascular diseases.
- UAMS Equipment Grants provide a mechanism for faculty at the main and northwest Arkansas campuses to obtain new and replacement research equipment/ instrumentation for shared use.
- Hornick Endowment Grants are designed to promote research into the causes, prevention, and treatment of stroke and related disorders.
- J.W. Amis Endowment Grants provides additional funds to support meritorious research projects and assist projects with money for submission of major extramural grant application to a federal agency or national foundation.
- Sturgis Endowment Grants are designed to promote research in diabetes and diabetes related conditions.
- VCRI Pioneer Awards a new intramural funding mechanism designed to promote the development of pioneering research intended for early- or conceptual-stage projects that lead to the development of highly innovative, untested and potentially groundbreaking concepts.
- Final Reports: In order to evaluate the effectiveness of its intramural programs, the Research Council requires that all intramural grant recipients submit a Final Report. This Final Report is due within three months of the end of the award period. No applicant shall be eligible for further intramural awards without submission of a Final Report. After the conclusion of the award, and for two subsequent years, the awardee will submit to the Office of Research, publications, grant applications and awarded grants that were derived from the award.
*** Please be advised that faculty can submit one project to each grant opportunity. However, each submitted project should have distinctly different goals and specific aims with no overlap of experiments. ***
For questions contact the COM Office of Research.