IBS administrative staff provide extensive pre-award proposal preparation and post-award grants management for IBS faculty, research associates, postdoctoral scholars and graduate students. Specifically they distribute information regarding new grant opportunities; assist in grant proposal development and preparation, report preparation, grant management, and applications for human subjects approval. In meeting grant-related compliance requirements, the staff provide a variety of administrative support services that faculty cannot do or can do only at the cost of lost research time.
Much of this includes budget preparation, completion of proposal forms, human subjects approval, proposal editing and formatting, compilation of citations, coordination of subcontracts and letters of support, internal approvals, and submission through Grants.Gov, Fastlane, and the like. Staff are prepared to help investigators especially with doing international research.
Current and Past Sources of Extra-Mural Support:
National Science Foundation; National Institutes of Health (National Institute on Aging; National Institute on Child Health and Human Development; Fogarty International Center); National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; Department of Justice; U.S. Department of Transportation; Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention; U.S. Department of Education; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; U.S. Department of Agriculture-U.S. Forest Service; U.S. Geological Survey; Federal Emergency Management Agency; William T. and Flora Hewlett Foundation; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Colorado Department of Local Affairs, Division of Emergency Management; University Corporation for Atmospheric Research; Annie E. Casey Foundation; Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management of the Government of the Netherlands; Oak Ridge National Laboratories; Altria Client Services, Inc.; Vital Projects Fund; Population Association of America; International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie); U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative; Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of Behavior Health and Child Welfare; Kaiser Permanente Thriving Schools.