Learn how to find and apply for US funding opportunities, as well as how to manage US-funded projects. All applications for US funding must go through the KI Grants Office and be signed by KI’s legal signatory official.
Learn about US funding available to KI researchers.
Learn about the internal forms you must submit and the timelines you must adhere to when applying for US funding.
Learn about financial and non-financial reporting required for US-funded projects.
KI researcher awarded 8.5 million USD for a five-year Multiple Sclerosis project.
In 2016, KI received over 40 million SEK from US federal agencies and over 38 million SEK from US private foundations.
NIH releases its Next Generation Researchers Initiative Policy
The goal for fiscal year 2017 will be to fund about 200 more Early-Stage Investigators and 200 more Early Established Investigators than funded in fiscal year 2016.