Applications for the 2015-2016 National Psoriasis Grant program must be received by Friday, Oct. 2, 2015. All applications will be evaluated by an expert panel of peer reviewers and awards will be made in April 2016.
The National Psoriasis Foundation is seeking grant applications that encourage the advancement of innovative research into psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. The goal is to stimulate the development of new research programs in the field of psoriatic disease capable of competing for long-term funding from the National Institutes of Health or other agencies in the future. Funded research areas include, but are not limited to, genetics, cell biology, immunology and epidemiology/health services.
The National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) is seeking grant applications that encourage the advancement of innovative research into psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. Translational research grants fund research initiatives that focus on the rapid translation of basic scientific discoveries into clinical applications with a clear benefit for patients with psoriatic disease.
The Dermatology Foundation offers the following research awards.
The Dermatology Foundation is pleased to offer again this year the Charles & Daneen Stiefel Scholar Award in Autoimmune &/or Connective Tissue Diseases. This award is designed to support outstanding investigators committed to elucidating the basis, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, and/or treatment of autoimmune and/or connective tissue diseases affecting adults and/or children. A generous mechanism of support providing $100,000 per year, this new entry represents the first Dermatology Foundation award intended for early to mid-career investigators.
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Career Development Awards
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Each year, the MRF provides emerging and established scientific investigators with highly sought-after grants that will allow them to explore new avenues in melanoma biology, prevention and treatments, ultimately leading to a cure. Basic, translational and clinical research projects are considered. The 2015 Request for Proposals will be available by December 2014.
The National Rosacea Society awards grants of $10,000 to $25,000, or higher in special cases, for research on rosacea. Because the etiology of rosacea is unknown, high priority is given to research in such areas as the pathogenesis, progression, mechanism of action, cell biology, and potential genetic factors of this conspicuous and often life-disruptive condition. Studies may also be funded in such areas as epidemiology, predisposition, quality of life, and associations with environmental and lifestyle factors. Product development studies (e.g., drug or device testing), which are more appropriately funded by commercial sources, will not be considered.
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PCORI has four funding cycles per year. They also issue “targeted” funding announcements that seek proposals to study specific high-priority topics, offer special one-time funding opportunities, have funded a series of “Pilot Projects” studying methods for engaging stakeholders in research, and fund contract research through Requests for Proposals.
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