About Research Operations

The Research Operations department is responsible for managing all of Boston Medical Center's grants and contracts, in the research and service sectors, funded by federal, state, city and private sponsors.

The department works closely with investigators, program directors and research administrators in all phases of grant and contract management from pre-award proposal development to post-award grant accounting.

Funding Announcements:If you are part of the Boston University Research Community and would like to be added to our "Funding Announcement" distribution list, and/or to request a specific funding search, please contact us at: grants.admin@bmc.org.

How to Contact Research Compliance

For Research Compliance information and/or reporting of concerns, please contact the Compliance Department at 617.638.7919 or by email at ComplianceHelp@bmc.org.


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Funding Opportunity Announcement

NIH Loan Repayment Program


The NIH Loan Repayment Program(LRP) is now open for applications. All qualified health professionals with doctoral degrees, apply now to the 2023 application cycle. Applications are accepted through online application portal until November 17 at 8:00 p.m. ET.

Check out the NIMHD LRP Informational Webinar for more details on the 2023 LRP application cycle. Watch Now

The LRP offers loan repayment awards of up to $50,000 per year for up to 2 years. Awardees commit to engage in NIMHD and NIH-mission relevant minority health and health disparities research in non-federal settings for at least two years.

Since its inception, the NIMHD LRP has repaid the student loans of over 2,200 doctorate-level health professionals. Awardees have worked in a variety of disciplines, including medicine, epidemiology, psychology, social science, medicine, and health policy. LRP recipients have conducted research on areas such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, infant mortality, asthma, obesity, and kidney disease. Their investigations have examined biological, lifestyle, environmental, social, economic, institutional, cultural, and family influences on health disparities.

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