The Eppley Foundation for Research Grant

The Eppley Foundation for Research


Grant amount: US $5,000 - US $20,000

Next deadline: Sep 15, 2018 (Letter of inquiry)

Later deadlines: Oct 15, 2018 (Full proposal), Mar 15, 2019 (Letter of inquiry), Apr 15, 2019 (Full proposal)

Applicant type: Unaffiliated Researcher Faculty Working Professional Postdoctoral Researcher

Funding uses: Research

Location of project: Anywhere in the world

Location of residency: United States

Degree requirements: Applicants must have a completed PhD

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Overview:

Incorporated in 1947 by Captain Marion Eppley, the Eppley Foundation for Research was established to contribute support and encouragement to new generations of scientists in their search for insight into the workings of the world. The Foundation funds projects in biological and physical sciences.

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.

Eligibility:

  • The Eppley Foundation supports advanced, novel, scientific research by PhDs or MDs with an established record of publication in their specialties.
  • Candidates with newly awarded doctorates occasionally, but rarely, meet the Foundation’s requirements for advanced research.
  • Any applicant to the Foundation must be associated with a nonprofit organization with headquarters or a branch office in the US to process the funds.
    • Checks are not issued directly to individuals.
  • Grants may be awarded for research in foreign countries but only when such applicants are US-based or associated with a US institution that will administer the grant on their behalf.
    • The Foundation rarely considers proposals from foreign nationals studying in the US solely because they are therefore unable to qualify for federal funds.

Preferences:

  • Particular areas of interest include innovative medical investigations, endangered species and ecosystems in the U.S. and abroad, and climate change.

Ineligibility:

  • The Foundation does not support work in the social sciences, education or computer science.
  • The Foundation does not fund work that can qualify for funding from conventional sources such as the National Science Foundation or the National Institutes of Health, or similar agencies at the state level.
  • The grant proposal may include requests for equipment, but the Foundation does not fund proposals that are primarily for equipment.
  • The Foundation only rarely funds research into diseases that have considerable financial support available, such as AIDS, diabetes, cancer and heart disease.