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National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society
08/17/22 5:00 PM Eastern Time
Grants to USA, Canada, and International scientists affiliated with IHEs or research institutions for research projects related to Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Applicants must complete a preliminary application prior to submitting a full proposal. Eligible applicants are investigators who have concluded their research training and begun academic careers as independent investigators in an area related to multiple sclerosis.
For additional information on these priorities, see: https://nms2cdn.azureedge.net/cmssite/nationalmssociety/media/msnationalfiles/brochures/policies_and_procedures_research_funding_programs_and_awards.pdf#page=5
The applicant is expected to spend at least 75% of the working time on fundamental or clinical research, the remainder being reserved for patient care, teaching, or service. His/her research program is expected to concern one or more aspects of multiple sclerosis-related investigation. This may be in areas such as epidemiology, genetics, neurochemistry, neurobiology, neurophysiology, virology, immunology, or pharmacology, or patient management, care and rehabilitation, and may be carried out on MS patients, on animal models of MS, or on other model systems.
The award includes both salary and research support, for a non-renewable fiveyear period paid through the sponsoring institution. For additional information on eligible expenses, see: https://nms2cdn.azureedge.net/cmssite/nationalmssociety/media/msnationalfiles/brochures/policies_and_procedures_research_funding_programs_and_awards.pdf#page=36
GrantWatch ID#: 197295
The awards are designed to provide salary and grant support for a five year period, thus permitting the awardee to establish competence in his/her chosen research area.
Earliest Possible Start Date: July 1
An awardee may request extension of the term of the award without commitment of further funds.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Online Portal: https://nmss.fluxx.io/user_sessions/new
If you have any questions concerning the online application process such as using the online screens, file uploads and downloads; questions about National Multiple Sclerosis Society policy or the content of your proposal, please contact one of the following members of the Research Programs team:
- Kathleen Zackowski, Ph.D. email@example.com
- Phyllis Motta firstname.lastname@example.org
- Caryn Knutsen email@example.com
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