Klarman Family Foundation
Eating Disorders Research Grants Program
Deadline: March 14, 2017
Amount/Duration: up to $750,000 over 3 years
Scientific scope: Research projects that investigate the underlying biology of anorexia nervosa.
What we are looking for:
- Proposals that directly investigate the underlying biology of anorexia nervosa, and the questions of how and why it develops and persists
- Applications that bridge the gap between human and animal research
- Collaborative applications with deep engagement of both neuroscientists and clinical researchers
- Investigators who commit to share renewable reagents and data with other qualified investigators
Who is eligible:
- Researchers who hold a faculty appointment at a nonprofit academic, medical or research institution in the United States, Canada or Israel
- Researchers with a strong track record in another field who can bring a new approach to anorexia nervosa research
- Faculty members aiming to establish careers in eating disorders research
Research topics NOT within the scientific scope of this program:
- Normal feeding behavior and/or negative energy balance
- Behavioral therapy
- Medical complications of eating disorders
- Clinical trials
- Sickness-induced anorexia or other types of anorexia distinct from the psychiatric disease anorexia nervosa
For further information: http://klarmanfoundation.org/eating-disorders-research/
3-year projects of $450,000 – $750,000 USD, inclusive of up to 10% indirect costs
1-year pilot studies of up to $150,000 USD, inclusive of up to 10% indirect costs
March 14, 2017
Application materials available by: December 22, 2016
Online submission open from: January 14, 2017
Decisions by: June 23, 2017
Funding begins: July 1 – Oct 1, 2017
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