There are numerous sources available to researchers and staff to access and review sample grant proposals. The medRAMP Office has created a Grants Library Repository (GLR) that provides successful samples from UW investigators. Access to sample applications is restricted to UW-Madison faculty, investigators, and designated staff. In addition, several federal and non-federal agencies and organizations include links to example proposals on their websites. Listed and described below is information about the UW medRAMP Grants Library Repository (GLR) and an application form for access. Following that are links to additional sample proposal through the NIH, NSF, and more. Enjoy!
UW SMPH "medRAMP" Grants Library Repository
(1) SAMPLE PROPOSAL REPOSITORY
medRAMP offers a Grants Library Repository (GLR) to serve as a centralized resource for grant writers/investigators at different career stages to allow access, through an application and approval process to awarded training, research, and career grant applications. These resources are designed to help support the writing process and include full sample proposals, as well as specific sections, form a variety of federal and non-federal funding sources. Currently the GLR offers samples of the following types of proposals:
- National Institutes of Health
- Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
- Department of Defense
- Non-Federal Organizations
(2) REQUESTING ACCESS TO THE medRAMP GRANTS LIBRARY RESPOSITORY
Access to sample applications is restricted to UW-Madison faculty, investigators and designated staff with a NET ID.
Click On the link below to request access to the GLR. If you have questions, please contact email@example.com.
REQUEST ACCESS TO THE GRANTS LIBRARY REPOSITORY
(3) SHARING SUCCESSFUL PROPOSALS
The GLR will be expanded periodically. All SMPH investigators are encouraged to share their successful proposals (either full proposals or sections). The GLR will redact/remove any sensitive budgetary and personnel information. If interested in sharing your proposal in the GLR, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Lori Uttech-Hanson on Teams or at (920)296-5930.
National Institutes of Health Sample Proposals
The links below provide sample proposals through several NIH agencies that are available to the public. Most sample applications are from Forms D and before, therefore they may not reflect the NIH’s latest forms and policies. Please be sure to access the latest application forms for all grants at the NIH when applying for a grant, which can be found here: NIH Application Guides
- R01 NIAID Sample Applications and Summary Statements
- R01 NCI DCCPS Behavioral Research Program Sample Applications
- R01 NCI DCCPS Epidemiology & Genomics Research Sample Applications
- R01 NCI DCCPS Implementation Science Sample Applications
- R03 NIAID Sample Applications and Summary Statements
- R03 NCI DCCPS Behavioral Research Program Sample Applications
- R03 NCI DCCPS Epidemiology & Genomics Research Sample Applications
- R15 (Academic Research Enhancement Award) Sample Applications and Summary Statements
- R21 NIAID Sample Applications and Summary Statements
- R21 NCI DCCPS Behavioral Research Program Sample Applications
- R21 NCI DCCPS Epidemiology & Genomics Research Sample Applications
- R21 NCI DCCPS Implementation Science Sample Funded Applications
- R15/R33 Sample Applications and Summary Statements
- U01 Sample Application and Summary Statement