National Ataxia Foundation Research Grant opportunities & Recruitment for an Observational Study

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From the President of the AUPN

National Ataxia Foundation Research Grant opportunities:

Young Investigator Research Awards
One-year grants of $35,000 to encourage young investigators to pursue a career in the field of any form of Ataxia research. Candidates must have attained an MD or PhD degree, and have an appointment as a junior faculty member, senior post-doc or clinical fellow.

Letter of Intent due 10/1/19
Applications due 11/1/19

Young Investigator SCA Award
One-year grants of $50,000 to encourage young investigators to pursue a career in the field Spinocerebellar ataxia research. Candidates must have attained an MD or PhD degree, and have an appointment as a junior faculty member, senior post-doc or clinical fellow.

Letter of Intent due 10/1/19
Applications due 11/1/19

Pioneer SCA Research Grants
One-year grants of $100,000. These grants are intended for established ataxia researchers. One Pioneer grant will be awarded for research in SCA3/MJD and one will be awarded for research in any SCA.

Letter of Intent due 10/15/19
Applications due 11/15/19

Post-Doc Fellowship Awards
One-year grants up to $35,000. Applicants should have completed at least one year of post-doctoral training, but not more than two at the time of application, and should have shown a commitment to research in the field of Ataxia.

Letter of Intent due 10/15/19
Applications due 11/15/19

Additional information can be found on NAF’s research website at https://ataxia.org/researcher-resources/#spnResearchGrants.

Please contact Kelsey Trace at kelsey@ataxia.org with questions.


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