Primary Immunodeficiency Association

Deadline: 14/06/2002
September 29, 2003

The PiA announce the availability of its 2002 Research Grant programme. It is anticipated that approximately £300,000 will be available for research that will benefit people with one of the primary immunodeficiencies recognised by the WHO.

The PiA is a member of the Association of Medical Research Charities and all applications are subject to a rigorous peer review process.

An application form and a copy of the conditions and regulations can be downloaded from here
Contact: David G Watters - Chief Executive
Address: PiA
Alliance House
12 Caxton Street
London SW1H 0QS
Telephone: 020 7976 7640
Fax: 020 7976 7641
Email: Info@pia.org.uk

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