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These resources are listed for informational purposes. Always exercise caution when exchanging sensitive information when applying for grants and funding sources.
Grants and Funding
The purpose of this guide is to provide Touro College faculty with information about ways they can identify sources for grants and funding and apply for that funding.
Included in this guide is information about:
- Touro College's Office of Sponsored Programs
- Books and eBooks relevant to obtaining grants and funding available through the Touro College Library
- Information about National Institute of Health grants
- Federal and New York State Sources of Funding
- Additional Non Governmental Funding Sources
Touro College Office of Sponsored Programs
Touro College School of Osteopathic Medicine and School of Pharmacy: LibGuide for Faculty and Student Publications Funding
Touro College School of Osteopathic Medicine and School of Pharmacy has created a LibGuide with information how faculty and students can obtain funding for their research and publication efforts
The Touro College Office of Sponsored Programs facilitates external funding for research, instruction, and public service activities, including proposal preparation and submissions and assistance with all non-financial post award activities
Touro College New York Research: Office of Sponsored Programs
Touro College New York Research Grants & Proposals Office of Sponsored Programs
provides information about how to obtain funding when conducting research as a member of Touro College.
InfoEd is the world’s leading provider of software to support Electronic Research Administration.The Touro College Office of Sponsored Programs has arranged for Touro College of New York full time faculty to be able to register to use InfoEd to establish profiles based upon their research interests and search for funding opportunities, conduct targeted individual searches and receive information on a regular basis about possible funding opportunities and proposal deadlines.