Sponsored Programs Office

CSU Program for Education and Research in Biotechnology (CSUPERB) Funding

CSUPERB is pleased to release a series of funding opportunities for CSU Faculty and students!

CSUPERB defines biotechnology as a fusion of biology and technology. The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) lists biotechnology examples. CSUPERB explicitly adds to the list health IT and medical device research and development. CSUPERB welcomes and encourages applications from CSU faculty in all disciplines related to the current practice of biotechnology, including but not limited to life sciences, physical sciences, clinical sciences, math, computer science, agricultural science, engineering, and/or business. RFPs include all contextual information, review criteria, eligibility requirements and submission policies for each program. The grant programs, found on the CSUPERB home page are:

Student Grant Programs

Student Travel Grants

Howell-CSUPERB (Undergraduate) Research Scholars Program

Presidents Commission (Undergraduate) Scholars Program

Faculty Grant Programs

Faculty Travel Grants

Curriculum Development Grants

New Investigator Grants

Research Development Grants

CSUPERB Proposal deadlines are always 5 pm pacific time.