RESEARCH SERVICE HELPS LOCATE FUNDING The Office of Research Administration Services offers a computerized funding search service, called IRIS, to help university researchers find funding opportunities for basic and applied research, training, travel, equipment and publishing. The service contains more than 6,000 programs sponsored by both governmental and private institutions. Search results are tailor-made to an investigator's needs using keywords that are chosen by the researcher from over 2,400 subject areas. This service is available free of charge to faculty and researchers at Johns Hopkins and its affiliates. To start your free search, contact your local IRIS Access Center: * Homewood Research Administration, 516-8138 * Medicine Research Administration, 955-3061 * Hygiene Research Administration, 955-3256 * Lilienfeld Library, 955-3028 Departments may also directly access the computerized funding search service to perform their own searches. For further information on availability and costs, contact J.P. Elrod in Research Administration Services at 516-8732.
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