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Scleroderma Foundation

Scleroderma Foundation

Scleroderma Foundation Established Investigator Grants (Doctorate/Grant)
Scleroderma Foundation New Investigator Grants (Doctorate/Grant)

300 Rosewood Dr., Ste. 105
Danvers, MA 01923
Ph: (978)463-5843
Fax: (978)463-5809
Free: 800-722-4673
E-mail: [email protected]
URL:http://www.scleroderma.org

Scleroderma Foundation Established Investigator Grants (Doctorate/Grant)

Purpose: To provide assistance for established investigators in areas of research related to SSc who are pursuing highly innovative and meritorious pilot projects. Focus: Medicine, Osteopathic. Qualif.: Applicants must have a doctoral degree in Medicine, Osteopathy, Veterinary Medicine or one of the sciences and must have completed a postdoctoral fellowship. Criteria: Recipients are selected based on a committee's review of the proposal.

Funds Avail.: $150,000. To Apply: Applicants must submit one original copy in PDF format via CD and five hard copies of completed application along with five sets of appendices. Deadline: September 15.

Scleroderma Foundation New Investigator Grants (Doctorate/Grant)

Purpose: To provide financial assistance to promising new investigators in areas of research related to SSc. Focus: Medicine, Osteopathic. Qualif.: Applicants must have a doctoral degree in Medicine, Osteopathy, Veterinary Medicine or one of the sciences and must have completed a postdoctoral fellowship. Criteria: Recipients are selected based on a committee's review of the proposal.

Funds Avail.: $150,000. To Apply: Applicants must submit one original copy in PDF format via CD and five hard copies of completed application and five sets of appendices. Deadline: September 15.

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