Office of Grant Support

Overview

The Office of Grant Support (OGS) provides pre-award administrative assistance to the entire Albert Einstein College of Medicine's community. Our goal is to enable faculty scholars to submit competitive grant proposals and to successfully manage all subsequent non-financial responsibilities of the award, resubmission, and renewal processes.

Considering an application for extramural funding? The OGS can assist with:

            Funding opportunity identification
            Proposal guidelines (e.g. eligibility, forms, institutional data)
            NIH policies, procedures, and jargon
            Grantsmanship 
            Awards Committee nominations (for limited submission programs)
            Required registrations for electronic application submissions
            Use of Cayuse 424/SP (electronic grant application resource)
            Submission of Non-competing applications/Just-in-Time/Supplemental Materials
            Communications with grant-making agencies

 

Contact Us   Please note, we do not have a general number. Contact the person you wish to speak with.

Office of Grant Support (general-Janicki/McMorrow)
preaward@einsteinmed.edu  

Dhanonjoy C. Saha, PhD
Director, Office of Grant Support
Belfer, Room 1106A   X3642
dhanonjoy.saha@einsteinmed.edu

Regina Janicki, CRA
eRA Manager, Office of Grant Support
Belfer, Room 1106  X3643
regina.janicki@einsteinmed.edu

Gerard McMorrow, MBA
Pre-Award Analyst, Office of Grant Support
Room 1106  X3580
gerard.mcmorrow@einsteinmed.edu  

 

 

"I would like to thank the Office of Grant Support (OGS) for helping us prepare our recent grant. As a result, we submitted a stronger, more persuasive application (UG3) that was funded on the first submission. I highly recommend the OGS grant writing services to other Einstein investigators."    

-Dr. Joe Verghese
Professor of Neurology & Medicine
Chief, Integrated Divisions of Cognitive & Motor Aging (Neurology, and Geriatrics -Medicine)
    

     

 

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Updated by R. Janicki, April 15, 2022
 

 
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