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Grants and fellowships to USA, Canada, and International researchers at nonprofit organizations and institutions for projects that explore and increase the understanding of Alzheimer's disease. Funding is intended to accelerate the understanding of the biological mechanisms underlying Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementias as well as innovative approaches to better diagnose, prevent or delay the progress of the disease.
Preference is made for exciting pilot projects that would not, at their present stage, be competitive for large government or industry awards. Typically, these awards are made to early-stage investigators, or to more established investigators who are proposing particularly innovative research.
The ADR program offers two types of awards:
BrightFocus budgets are divided into the following categories: Personnel, supplies, equipment, contractual services, travel, and other itemized expenses. Tuition reimbursement for undergraduate and graduate students is an allowable budget item.
GrantWatch ID#: 175069
Amount: $100,000 per year
The Principal Investigator salary request must be the lesser of 35% of the total grant request, or 35% of the individual’s salary. Co-PI salaries are capped at the lesser of 25% of the total grant request, or 25% of the individual’s salary. Salary caps are imposed on the Principal Investigators and Co-Principal Investigators only. Postdoctoral Fellowship PIs are not restricted by this salary cap.
-Standard Awards can be up to 3 years.
-Fellowship Awards can be up to 2 years.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Online application portal: https://proposalcentral.com/
For questions or difficulties, please contact a representative of the Research Grants office by telephone at 800-437-2423 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To gauge the competitiveness of a proposal, call or write the Vice President for Scientific Affairs, Diane Bovenkamp, Ph.D., at email@example.com.
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