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Resources for Researchers
The Department of Immunology provides staff support and materials to enable faculty and trainees to successfully fund research projects and programs.
The faculty research programs of the Immunology department are funded through NIH and private foundation support. Current and prior students have successfully competed for NSF predoctoral fellowships, Department of Defense Scholar fellowships and NIH National Research Service Award (NRSA) fellowships.
For assistance or grant related questions, contact Ann Cronin, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 206.543.1012
Organizations That Fund Research
The UW Department of Immunology has a strong funding history with organizations that support our programs. The department encourages all faculty and trainees to seek funding opportunities.
Learn more: UW Researchers Guide for Funding Opportunities.
These agencies are among those that fund researchers in the department:
- American Cancer Society
- Arthritis Foundation
- Cancer Research Institute
- Concern Foundation
- Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America
- Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
- Damon Runyon Foundation
- Helen Hay Whitney Foundation
- Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
- Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
- Life Sciences Research Fund
- Lupus Foundation
- National Institutes of Health
- National Multiple Sclerosis Foundation
- National Science Foundation
Grants Management Resources
The UW Office of Research provides a comprehensive online guide for researchers and the UW grants process.
Learn more: Researcher’s Guide from the UW Office of Research
The Burroughs Wellcome Fund and the Howard Hughes Medical Research Institute have developed materials for postdoctoral fellows and new faculty to help them navigate the challenges of establishing a research program.
Learn more: Burroughs Welcome Fund Career Tools
Databases for Researchers
The Biological Information Resources site provides general access for UW faculty and students to centralized biological sequence databases and software programs to interact with these databases.
Learn more: UW Biological Information Resources.