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The University of Louisiana Monroe has received Louisiana’s first Susan Harwood Training Grant funded by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. John Herrock, director of the Asbestos and Mold Analysis Lab in the ULM College of Pharmacy, received $31,396 to develop training and educational materials for the OSHA website, osha.gov.

ULM has received a federal grant of $122,626 from the U.S. Department of Education to help student-parents earn a college degree by providing campus-based childcare. The ULM TRIO Program received the grant through the Child Care Access Means Parents in School Program. The program, “supports the participation of low-income parents in postsecondary education through the provision of campus-based childcare services.” “Research shows that parents with access to childcare on campus are nearly three times more likely to graduate or pursue additional degrees within three years of enrollment,” said Dr. Catherine Estis, TRIO Executive Director.

USDA awards $597K for telemedicine project by pharmacy's Dr. Bryan Donald. The project, in collaboration with Ochsner Health System and the Northeast Louisiana Economic Alliance, aims to provide affordable pediatric cardiology services via telemedicine to patients throughout the rural areas of Northeast Louisiana.

Dr. Matthew Talbert, ULM Associate Professor of Biology, has received a $352,500 grant to support his research into the obesity-diabetes connection. The grant is from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive Kidney Diseases.

Dr. Susan Lacey received 176k USDA grant to help NELA seniors. This USDA grant uses storytelling, an innovative and efficacious strategy, to help Northeast Louisianans at eight Senior Centers in rural NE Louisiana struggling to maintain blood pressure control. Participants watch videos of those who have been successful controlling their disease.

Welcome to OSPR

Support for the pursuit of new knowledge, service to the betterment of society and rewarding collaborations is our passion.

We serve the University by facilitating a variety of initiatives including:

OSPR Bulletins 

Current OSPR e-Newsletter: September 17-21

Please familiarize yourself with our new policies  and newly revised forms

ULM F&A/Indirect Cost rate is 45% ULM has a new F&A/Indirect Cost rate effective July 1, 2021.

ULM Fringe Benefit rates for 2021-2022 are 37.5% Unclassified, 37.5% Classified, 30% summer school, winter session, part-time, overload, 24% Overtime, and 0% student workers and GAs.

Dr. John Sutherlin, Chief Innovation and Research Officer and LaWanna Gilbert-Bell are the Authorized Institutional Representatives for submission of proposals and signing authority for contracts, MOUs, agreements, and subawards/subcontracts.

External Funding Bulletins

NIH has announced that grant submissions on and after Sept. 25, 2013 must use new forms and instructions. See NIH Guide Notices NOT-OD-13-091 and NOT-OD-13-092. Forms and instructions are at http://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/424/index.htm#inst

National Institutes of Health (NIH) Guide for Grants and Contracts
For the official publication of NIH medical and behavioral research grant policies, guidelines and funding opportunities, please follow this link

National Science Foundation (NSF) Guide to Programs
For a list of NSF program areas, policies and procedures and more, please follow this link.

    -New NSF Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide  (effective June 2020)

    -NSF PAPPG Update Webinar 2020

 La. BoR Funding Opportunity: LOUIS Course Transformation Program