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If you want to do health sciences research, visit the NLM Extramural Programs Page. Examples of funding include: bioinformatics, genomics, electronic health records, data mining, health literacy, conferences, and small businesses. You can also find information about other NLM grants and training opportunities. Individuals can also get funding.
You can get funding for history of medicine manuscripts. If you want funding to further your education, consider scholarships or training opportunities like theNLM Associate Fellows Program through the National Network of Libraries of Medicine®.
Also, contact your regional, and local library associations. The NLM National Network of Libraries of Medicine blog, Bringing Health Information to the Communities (BHIC) is an excellent source of funding information for librarians and for libraries. Search for “grants”. Other federal government funding resources include:
- The Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce (A collaboration of U.S. government agencies, public health organizations and health sciences libraries) grants and funding information from agencies
- The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)