Foundation / Corporation
March of Dimes
12/05/19 6:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Grants to USA early-career investigators that hold a tenure-track faculty position for research that can increase understanding or improve clinical treatment of medical conditions that affect pregnant women and newborns up to one year. Applicants must submit an LOI prior to submitting a full application. Funding is intended to support the long term goal to cure or greatly mitigate conditions that adversely impact the health of pregnant women and newborns.
The Foundation invites impactful research that will advance its translational understanding of, or lead to improved clinical treatment of any serious medical conditions that afflict mothers during pregnancies or newborns within the first year of life. Applications focused on preterm birth and birth defects are prioritized. All applications are mandated to have a direct link to clinical translation. Named for the first March of Dimes chairman and president, this grant is awarded to outstanding investigators just embarking on their independent research careers.
GrantWatch ID#: 186155
The award is $150,000, including 10 percent indirect costs to sponsoring institutions.
The award is for 2 years.
Award start date: July 1, 2020
Award end date: June 30, 2022
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