Research Development

Research Development Services


Research development services are designed to assist faculty in developing and pursuing an active research agenda. As competition for federal and foundation funding increases, and as extramural research support become increasingly important in faculty promotion, research development services provide support in four broad categories:

  • Developing Active Research Agenda: As faculty undertake new projects, and new directions in research, research development professionals can provide helpful advice to get you started. read more...
  • Preparing Effective Proposal Narratives: Review panelists may not always have the necessary expertise to review your proposal. read more...
  • Responding to Reviewer Feedback / Preparing Resubmissions: As competition for funding increases, it is increasingly expected that you will have to submit proposals multiple times before they are funded. read more...
  • Workshops: This year, we offered a grant writing overview workshop. read more...

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Contact Info


For administrative questions, budgets and financial matters, please contact: Cindy Brown

For assistance with narratives, abstracts and other project related questions, please contact: Dr. Jude Mikal

About Dr. Jude Mikal


Dr. Jude Mikal has eight years' experience working in research and research development. Beginning in 2008, Jude worked for two of the flagship departments at the University of California, Santa Barbara preparing over $130M in proposals per year and managing $50M in extramural grant funding. read more...

Find Funding Using SciVal


The University of Utah subscribes to the SciVal funding opportunity database. With more than 3,000 international sponsors, providing more than 18,000 active opportunities, there are many funding opportunities for which researchers both inside and outside of these countries are eligible.

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