Popular Comments:

anonymous on The Rise and Fall of the Dominant Few

The New York schools, like Mount Sinai, are some of the most cutthroat places to work. They have no problem with reducing your salary down to 10% if your grants...

BD on A study to improve the fit of HIV prevention methods

Finally the kind of research that I want my government to pay for! And it is already in the stage of clinical trials. :)

random observer on Seattle-Lausanne-Kampala CTU

This grant has reviewer comments in Abstract! How could it be funded at <10% success rate if 'Reviewers express a strong concern ...

PI on The Rich and the Rest

Looking at the R01 distribution, the trend for 2014 & 2015 does not look that hot.

Recent Comments:

Mpule Hanifah Romano on Interaction between HSV-2 and the vaginal microbiome in the female genital tract

What are the results??

mpho rolis on Mapping the ALS Exposome to Gain New Insights into Disease Risk and Pathogenesis

Fellow ALS patients, I’m taking DR JOE ALS(Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis)HERBAL FORMULA daily for 6 weeks and 5 days now. 2 to 4 weeks after I started this treatment my ALS...

Gina on The role of diabetes in Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus pathogenesis

I know how you feel, I have type 2 diabetes

Tammy Ford on Investigating the role of glucocorticoid function in PTSD

Benefactors, please continue. This hypothesis is extremely probable. I have ptsd and I have come to this conclusion independently. Further prof would be to look at the statistical data showing...

Recently Viewed Grants:

Peripheral Neuronal Mechanisms of Itch
Ringkamp, Matthias; La Motte, Robert H. / Johns Hopkins University

Itch accompanies many neurological, dermatological and systemic diseases and leads to suffering and loss in the quality of life. The peripheral neuronal mechanisms underlying this sensation in human are still...

Immune Response to iPSC-Derived Beta Cells in Type 1 Diabetes
Sykes, Megan / Columbia University (N.Y.)

The study of autoimmune diseases such as Type 1 diabetes (T1D) has been limited by the incomplete fidelity of animal models. Studies in patients have been limited by lack of...

Critical Roles for Iron and Copper Detoxification in Borrelia Burgdorferi
Li, Xin / Tufts University

Lyme disease is the most common vector-borne disease in the United States. Understanding the molecular mechanisms by which Borrelia burgdorferi, the etiologic agent, survives in nature will help drive development...

Nicotinic acetylcholine receptors and neuroblastoma
Nishi, Rae / University of Vermont & St Agric College

Neuroblastoma is a cancer arising from autonomic neuron progenitor cells that occurs in the adrenal medulla or as paraspinal tumors in the abdomen or thorax of infants and young children....

Recently Added Grants:

Systems Science for Translational Health Disparities Research
Jackson, John William / Johns Hopkins University

Disparities in hypertension control, a major determinant of cardiovascular disease, are driven by a confluence of barriers that operate at patient, provider, healthcare institution, and community levels. Developing multilevel interventions...

Myofilament proteins in cardiomyopathy and arrhythmias
Barefield, David Y. / Northwestern University at Chicago

The cardiomyocyte contractile apparatus is central to heart function. Mutations in the genes encoding sarcomere proteins like myosin heavy chain and myosin binding protein-C cause inherited forms of cardiomyopathy and...

Aldosterone Contribution to Leptin-mediated Hypertension in Obese Females
Belin De Chantemele, Eric J. / Augusta University

The recent obesity epidemic, which affects more women than men worldwide, is a major risk factor for hypertension and the cause of a three-fold increase in the prevalence of hypertension...

Mechanisms of Cardiorenal Disease following Preeclampsia
Sasser, Jennifer M. / University of Mississippi Medical Center

Preeclampsia is one of the leading causes of maternal morbidity and death worldwide today, affecting approximately 5% of all pregnancies in the United States. Preeclampsia is characterized by hypertension during...

Latest in Grantomics:

In it to win it
Pathway to scientific independence by the NIH K99 award

In it to win it

The postdoctoral training period is nearly essential for all research scientists who aspire to lead a research laboratory in a university or non-profit research center. To characterize the transition of scientists from postdoc to established PI, we previously conducted an analysis of how many postdocs with a NIH-sponsored F32 fellowship went on to become PIs of a R-esearch grant. In 2006, NIH int...

Odds of success
Survival analysis of NIH grant applicants at top institutions

Odds of success

Previously, we calculated the fraction of the R01 grant pool that each institution has obtained in 2013, and how this fraction has changed over time. We now wanted to perform a complementary analysis, determining institutional variability in the length of time that individual PIs are able to maintain NIH grant funding. This analysis would be of interest to university administrators who want to rec...

The Perfect Blueprint
Abstract similarities across many grants

The Perfect Blueprint

In our database, for any grant we report "Related Projects" that are renewals of ongoing projects from individual investigators. We wanted to improve this by identifying "Related Projects" more generally in which we group different grants based on the text in the abstract. We analyzed the similarities of 2013 NIH grant abstracts with lengths of at least 100 words (disregarding the public health r...

Latest Tweets about Grantome:

Our Approach:



Navigate the grant database of over 2 million entries and find the information you need using our search engine.

Details »



Explore your search results in tabular format and identify trends by creating your own custom graphs.

Details »



Transform the massive amounts of grant data into predictive insight that increases your chance of success.

Details »