In Limited Submission Programs, the sponsor restricts the number of applications or proposals MUSC can submit. The guidelines for these programs require institutions to screen pre-proposals or nominations to determine which applications will be submitted for competition.
Internal Proposal Submission, Review, & Selection
Faculty members interested in a limited submissions opportunity should follow the instructions provided in the internal announcement for the respective opportunity. Faculty are responsible for reviewing and downloading all provided information, as well as visiting the sponsor’s website, before making the determination to be considered for nomination, and must adhere to all posted deadlines. An ad-hoc peer review panel evaluates the internal pre-proposals according to the program guidelines and criteria, and makes recommendations. The Vice President for Research makes final determinations. All applicants are notified of the decision by email, with copies to their department chair and respective grants coordinator in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs..
Current Limited Submission Opportunities
Reoccuring Limited Submission Opportunities
Dana Foundation, David Mahoney Neuromaging Grant Program
Pew Scholars Program in the Biomedical Sciences
Deadline: Next cycle opens Summer 2019
Searle Scholars Program
Deadline: Nomination for the 2020 competition will be open on or after June 1, 2019
Note: This list is not comprehensive. Those applying to a limited submission RFP that is not posted on our website should contact OPD immediately. ORD will review the guidelines, establish an appropriate internal review date, and post the RFP to the website.