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NUCATS Grants Repository Helps Investigators Review Successful Grants


Launched at the end of September, the NUCATS Grants Repository is a fantastic resource for researchers.

What is the NUCATS Grants Repository?

The NUCATS Grants Repository serves as a centralized resource for grant writers and investigators at various career stages, and allows access to training, research, and career development awards from various funding agencies. The repository includes templates, stock/boilerplate language, and other resources and tools, all housed in DigitalHub, an institutional repository for the research and scholarly output of Northwestern Medicine maintained by the Galter Library.

All documents and proposals found within the NUCATS grants repository have been donated by Principal Investigators in the spirit of collaboration and mentorship and are intended to be used as an educational resource. Grants may not be forwarded outside of the Northwestern University community without the express, written consent of the Principal Investigator. Please review Northwestern University's policy on Research Misconduct. If you have any questions, email

How do users access the NUCATS Grants Repository?

All users will be asked to complete a “User Agreement” that has been created using a RedCAP survey instrument. The user agreement is available here:

Who do we contact with questions about the NUCATS Grants Repository?

If you have questions about accessing the collection or materials within the collection please email

Interested in creating a collection of scholarly outputs in DigitalHub?

DigitalHub facilitates the discovery and recognition of research and scholarship at Northwestern Medicine by bringing together open access to traditional and non-traditional research and information on scholarly activities across all disciplines. DigitalHub can be searched by anyone with access to the internet. To deposit files into DigitalHub, you must be Northwestern Medicine faculty, student, or staff, with a current Northwestern University network account (NetID) and password. For assistance with using DigitalHub, contact

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Updated: March 5, 2020