Thursday, June 1, 2023

Apply for the Partner Grants this Year (2022)


Application is open for the Partner Grants and is going to close this September. Interested individuals can apply for this partner grant.

Sponsoring Agency: ATS  

Type of Fund: Award

Deadline: September 13, 2022


What you must know:

The focus of this research grant is proposals that advance research in the area of alveolar capillary dysplasia with misalignment of the pulmonary veins (ACDMPV). Proposals may be basic, translational, or clinical science research projects.

Procedures or proposed therapeutic trials may be new, based on recent biochemical or pharmacological evidence, or in the preliminary stages of clinical investigation.

Evaluation of proposals will include careful consideration of protocol design, the objectiveness of parameters measured, and the statistical evaluation proposed. Protocols that will focus on treatment (rather than the cause, early detection, or diagnosis) will be given priority.

Eligibility Criteria

Who can apply:

Partner Grants Award-specific eligibility:
• Early-stage investigators (as defined here) or established investigators at any stage in their career
• Must meet eligibility requirements for all grants found here

The ACDA and The David Ashwell Foundation are respectively USA- and UK-based not-for-profit charitable organizations founded by parents of infants with ACDMPV.  Funds are raised by parents, families, and friends globally with the aim of increasing scientific knowledge about ACDMPV and therapeutic strategies related thereto.

Benefits you should be aware about:

Applicants may request up to $25,000 per year for two years. Granted funds may be used to provide salary support for the PI or ancillary staff, to purchase supplies and/or reagents, or for subject enrollment fees directly related to the project or other allowable costs. Indirect costs will not be paid to the sponsoring institution.

For more information, visit here.


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