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Research Funding – Call for Proposals
At The BRAIN Foundation, our primary focus is catalyzing basic and interdisciplinary translational research that leads to the development of effective therapeutics to improve the functioning of individuals with Neuro-Developmental Disorders (NDD) including Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).
This includes translational research leading to breakthroughs in understanding and characterization of the pathophysiology of autism, basic science research, the discovery of biomarkers and therapeutic targets for one or more symptoms, drug repurposing, and development of novel drug compounds, devices, and other related areas.
We believe that the most effective use of our funds is to target high-need and high-impact yet under-served areas of focus within the landscape of investments in research. In that vein, every year, the BRAIN Foundation puts forth a Request for Proposals for grants for research in our focus areas to benefit individuals with NDD, including ASD.
This year, we invite researchers, fellows, post-doctoral scholars and students to submit proposals.
Deadline: Aug. 1, 2023
Areas of Interest
A PI associated with a research institution or private enterprise who can work with their organization to accept a grant from a non-profit and obtain an IRB for their work, if needed.
Our maximum budget is $90K per year, for a maximum 2 year grant.