Huntington's Disease Society of America

Deadline: 15/09/2002
September 29, 2003

Initiative Grants serve as a mechanism for providing the funds needed to swiftly investigate a novel idea with relatively little preliminary data. The purpose of the programme is to provide funding for time-sensitive projects that warrant immediate study, providing funding for new and innovative research that might not be funded through ordinary avenues. Initiative Grants are available in the amount of up to $20,000 for one year only.

Details here
Contact: Daryl Lowenthal
Address: Huntington's Disease Society of America 158 West 29th Street
7th Floor
New York
NY 10001-5300
USA
Telephone: +1 212 242 1968, x13
Fax: +1 212 239 3430
Email: dlowen@hdsa.org

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