New York Medical College


Intramural Research Support Program

New York Medical College Intramural Research Support Program

Deadline for Receipt of Application is: Friday, March 20, 2015 - 3:00 PM

One component of New York Medical College's effort to foster biomedical, behavioral, and other health-related research is the Intramural Research Support Program. This program is offered primarily to assist independent investigators to develop preliminary data in order to secure extramural support for research, It is not intended to supplement current funding, nor to support development of surveys or to establish databases unrelated to a specific research project. Funds are not available to bridge terminated projects while continued funding is sought.

Funding for this program is provided through designated private NYMC endowments: The New York Medical College Fund, a research endowment established by the Alumni Association, parents, faculty, students and staff, and the Castle-Krob Fund, established by John K. Castle, former Chairman and an honorary member of the Board of Trustees.

The Fellowship Review and Intramural Research Grants Committee will review all applications and recommend funding.




This program, intended to support new projects, will provide up to $20,000 for one year and is limited to full-time faculty, above the rank of instructor.  Investigators whose research proposals will generate sufficient preliminary data to compete for extramural funds are invited to apply. The likelihood that the proposed research will generate extramural funding will be weighed heavily in the review process.

Note:  Persons who received Intramural funding with a start date within the past three (3) years are not eligible to apply.




The current version of the College forms, Application to Conduct Sponsored Program or Do Research, must also be completed. College forms may be found here.

The following must be received in the Office of Research Administration by the deadline date:

  • One complete hard copy of the application
  • The original signed College forms (if the project has human involvement, the Human Subjects section of the forms may be deferred until award notification).


The application file, in .pdf format, must be submitted to: Applications not submitted in .pdf format will not be considered.

Questions regarding the program should be directed to Lea Emmett, RN, MS, Associate Director, Office of Research Administration, at 594-2600.

Deadline date for application: Friday, March 20, 2015, 3:00 PM


Page updated: February 6, 2015