CU Population Center

Institute of Behavioral Science

Grant Development Support

Affiliates receive support to seek and administer extramural funding from a variety of sources, but especially from NIH.

Grant Coordination

Anni Magyary

Anni Magyary, Grant Specialist

She assists with the entire proposal process, including budgets, preparation of all required documents, and the sponsor’s application forms. Anni acts as a liaison with CU Boulder’s Office of Contracts and Grants (OCG) and can support CUPC affiliates not based at Boulder by advising on the proposal process and answering questions that may arise. Contact Anni.

Angela Branson

Angela Branson, Post-Award Financial Specialist

Angie helps affiliates to set up awards once funded and to use funds efficiently and in compliance with funders' requirements. Contact Angela.

Proposal Toolbox

The proposal toolbox is a resource for CUPC affiliates interested in applying for external funding. It includes timelines, checklists, sample proposals, and budget templates. The toolbox is password protected. If you are having trouble accessing it, email CUPC for help.

Grant Boot Camp

CUPC offers a Grant Boot Camp each summer. Boot camps bring together a cohort of CUPC affiliates and population researchers in the Rocky Mountain West who are interested in or are currently developing external grant proposals. They provide an opportunity for participants to develop a proposal with the support and guidance of experienced investigators and to get regular feedback from their peers.

Direct questions to Patrick Krueger.