The Georgia Cancer Center provides dedicated support to its researchers for the writing and submission of extramural and intramural grant applications.

Grants Administration Office

The Grants Administration Office supports all pre-award and post-award activities of faculty within the Georgia Cancer Center and assists them in preparing their applications for submission, including development of budgets, as well as managing their awards.

Office of Grant Development

The Office of Grant Development assists faculty within the Georgia Cancer Center with preparation of the scientific and text sections of grant proposals.

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Additional Resources

Health Research Associates

This outside consulting group provides assistance with writing of specific aims, hypothesis development, and reviewer critiques through the Augusta University Research Institute. 

Extramural Grant Review

Researchers can request a review of their extramural grant application by a nationally or internationally recognized senior scientist in the appropriate field. Funds for this are provided by the Division of Sponsored Program Administration.

Resources Repository

The Resources Repository contains up-to-date descriptions of facilities available at AU and the GCC to assist faculty in the writing and preparation of their grant proposals. This includes descriptions of both GCC and university shared resources and core facilities and other institutional resources.

Library Resources

There are two Augusta University libraries, Reese Library on the Summerville campus and Greenblatt Library on the Health Sciences campus. Augusta University Libraries provide books, e-books, government publications, journals, audiovisuals, databases, historical collections, and more, in support of student and faculty research.

Funding Opportunities

We have created a list of intramural and extramural funding opportunities for Georgia Cancer Center employees to apply for.