Centers for Diabetes Research

Deadline: 02/01/2006
October 31, 2005

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Center Grant is intended to support leading scientists and clinicians wishing to capture and translate new and emerging ideas into clinical benefit for people with diabetes. JDRF provides funding for Centers that have a major focus in one of the three target areas: human islet transplantation, complications, and autoimmunity, prevention and genetics. Centers can be awarded up to $2 million total costs per year for up to five years.

Details here
Contact: Robert A. Goldstein, M.D., Ph.D.
Address: Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International
120 Wall Street, 19th Floor
New York, NY 10005-4001
Telephone: 1 800 533 2873

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