National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression

Deadline: 15/05/2002
September 29, 2003

Provides support for experienced investigators (full professor or equivalent) conducting neurobiological research. A one-year award of $100,000 is provided for established scientists pursuing innovative projects in diverse areas of neurobiological research.

The programme supports basic and/or clinical investigators. Research must be relevant to schizophrenia, major affective disorders or other serious mental illnesses including research with bipolar disorders, borderline disorders with depression and suicide, and research with children.

Applications will not be accepted prior to April 1, 2002.

Full details here
Contact: Audra Moran - Director, Research Grants Program
Address: NARSAD Research
60 Cutter Mill Road
Suite 404
Great Neck
NY 11021
USA
Telephone: +1 (516) 829 5576
Fax: +1 (516) 487 6930
Email: amoran@narsad.org

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