Grant searching other than CRISP

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  1. bubbachuck

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    What other search engines for grants/funding are there besides CRISP? I'm interested in looking up PI's with grants other than from the NIH. Thanks.
     
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    There isn't one I'm aware of :( You can search granting organizations, but there's so many and a lot of them tend to be small grants or not give a lot of details. Another thing you can try is searching recent pubs by that lab and checking the acknowledgements. While those won't give expiration date and monetary amounts, it can give you leads to follow up on.

    Though if you're trying to evaluate PIs for rotations, it's a good and expected thing to ask about. The MD/PhD program can probably (and will likely) back you up on this by asking for a CV including funding for someone you're serious about.
     
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    thanks for the info.

    since the NSF is so large, does it have a search engine? the PI i'm interested in has research in engineering.

    googling about funding seems to mostly get hits about funding opportunities.
     

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