DUPRI offer a full suite of pre- and post-award Grants Management services in conjunction with SSRI. We’re located in Gross Hall on West Campus and specialize in research development assistance, including the identification of funding opportunities that fit the Principal Investigator’s research mission, as well as help with proposal editing. Our staff can provide advice and assistance to PIs and project managers on the IRB submission process, coordinate and facilitate preparation of materials for proposal submission, establish an administrative structure for a recently awarded project, ensure project requirements (e.g., IRB approvals) are in place, and provide ongoing support for reporting requirements.
Proposal, pre- and post-award activities include:
- reviewing and coordinating agency requirements
- constructing the nontechnical sections of proposals
- reviewing proposals to ensure they comply with agency requirements
- obtaining university approvals
- submitting proposals through electronic submission systems
- coordinating progress and final reports to agencies and foundations
- monitoring compliance for reporting and IRB deadlines
Recently Awarded Grants
Scott Lynch of DUPRI Grants – Sociology has received an award from the National Institutes of Health for a project entitled “Bridge Funding: Social, Medical and Economic Demography of Aging.” Total funding will be $316,985 over 10 months.
Jenny Tung of DUPRI Grants – Evolutionary Anthropology has received an award from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation for a project entitled “Sloan Foundation Research Fellow Award.” Total funding will be $55,000 over 24 months.
Stephen B. Vaisey of DUPRI Grants – Sociology has received an award from the University of Southern California for a project entitled “The Spread and Impact of Moral Messages: Machine Learning, Network Evolution, and Behavioral Prediction.” Total funding will be $198,036 over 26 months.
Maria-Giovanna Merli of the Duke University Population Research Institute (DUPRI) has received an award from the National Institutes of Health for a project entitled “Testing Multiple Modes of Data Collection with Network Sampling with Memory .” Total funding will be $434,759 over 23 months.
Editing Services/IRB Assistance
Contact Heather Tipaldos to arrange for professional editing of your proposals, articles and other presentations.