If you have reason to believe a funding opportunity you are interested in is limited, and you do not see it on this list, please contact us. This process is critical because extra submissions can result in the rejection by the sponsor of any submissions from Johns Hopkins.
Effective immediately, in the event that there are 30 days or less remaining prior to an unannounced limited submission opportunity’s first deadline (preproposal, full proposal, or any other required material), the first PI to contact the VPR will receive approval to submit the application as the University’s nominee.
Internal competition procedures are specific to each funding opportunity, but applications generally include a project summary, CV/ Biosketch, and proposed budget summary. Individual requirements for each application are available on the cover sheet, which is accessed through custom PDFs linked from each program announcement, or on the online application page.
Our team sends out weekly announcements of Limited Submission opportunities, providing applicants with approximately sixty days to submit their application. The Vice Provost reviews each application, and, upon identification of the representative(s) selected to apply on behalf of the University, notifies the selected applicant(s) approximately one month prior to the sponsor deadline, allowing for the creation of an accurate and comprehensive proposal to the sponsor.