Funding Search Engines

UT College of Pharmacy (COP) researchers are encouraged to review the links below to find opportunities that align with specific research areas.

Funding Search Links:

Please contact the Office of Research & Graduate Studies for assistance with finding funding opportunities.

UT Austin Funding Information

  • LIMITED SUBMISSION OPPORTUNITIES (Lists funders that will only accept a limited number of applications from each institution. Because of these limitations, UT conducts internal “competitions” to pick the applicant(s).)

Websites for Broad Funding Searches

  • GRANTS.GOV (Search for federal grants, cooperative agreements, and procurement contracts)
  • PIVOT (UT Austin funded search engine)
  • DUKE UNIVERSITY (Use Search Engine to search for federal and non-profit organization funding)
  • FOUNDATION CENTER (You can sign-up for weekly emails in order to receive posted opportunities.)
  • ALTUM PROPOSAL CENTRAL (Search for Foundation and other non-profit organization grants. Some examples: Alzheimer’s Association, American Cancer Society, Susan G. Komen Grants, American Institute for Cancer Research, Prevent Cancer Foundation, Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network, Ovarian Cancer Research Fund, Epiliepsy Foundation, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Melanoma Research Foundation, etc.)
  • TRIALECT (You can create a login to view the full description for the posted opportunities. This website lists opportunities for fellowships and tenure-track/tenure faculty opportunities. Also, it lists opportunities in other countries.)

Federal funding information and lists

State funding information and links

Cancer-related organizations (funding information and lists)

Pharmacy-related organizations (funding information and lists)
  • NACDS Foundation (For Pharmacists – in regard to medication therapy and importance of taking medications appropriately)

Funding opportunities to grow diversity

Funding opportunities from nonprofit organizations
  • NARSAD (Brain & Behavior Research Foundation)
  • ABMRF (The Foundation for Alcohol Research)

Industry opportunities