Support research into the pathogenesis and transmission of the coronavirus family, including COVID-19. Los Angeles is the frontline of community transmission. Scientists and medical and public-health professionals have been preparing for such a pandemic and are working together creatively to tackle this novel pathogen, learn from it, beat it, and prevent new outbreaks in Los Angeles and around the world.
The following public, private and nonprofit entities offer a variety of COVID-19 research funding opportunities. To submit additions or changes, email Dion Baybridge.
|Issuing Agency||Title||Application Deadline||More Information|
|National Institutes of Health (NIH)||All COVID-19-related NIH funding opportunities are maintained here (scroll down to "Funding Opportunities Specific to COVID-19")||--|
|University of California Research Grants Program Office||Emergency COVID-19 Research Seed Funding||Applications will be accepted starting April 6, 2020 and continuously until available funds are expended||
Successful applicants will be eligible to apply for continuation funding prior to the expiration date.
|CISCO||Pandemic/COVID19 Science, Technology and Social Impact||--||$225M COVID-commitment →
Invitation Code: RFP-20-04
|California Institute for Regenerative Medicine||Special Call for COVID-19 Projects||Applications accepted on a bi-monthly basis first deadline||Stem Cell Agency Board Approves $5 Million in Emergency Funding for COVID-19 Research|
|National Science Foundation||Open||RAPID Research on Coronavirus (COVID-19)|
|UCLA Technology Development Group||COVID-19 funding and resources|
* The link does not require a login/subscription. For use of SPIN generally, UCLA provides access to SPIN for UCLA affiliates. For details, visit the Research Enhancement Office (REO) website.