NCCRED Round 4 Seed funding grants—applications close 23 April
NCCRED is opening a competitive round of seed funding grants to support innovative clinical research for the treatment of substance use disorder due to methamphetamine or emerging drugs of concern.
Round 4 Seed Funding Grants
Applications of between $5,000 to $100,000 per project will be considered with $200,000 available in Round 4 of funding! Applications close on 23rd April 2021.
Focus of the funding round The current funding round aims is to provide financial support in the form of:
1. Seed-funding grants to establish investigator-initiated clinical research; or
2. A value-add to research projects that are currently underway.
Projects must relate to methamphetamine or emerging drugs of concern and preference will be given to projects that address the research priorities outlined in the NCCRED seed funding round 4 guidelines and application form. Importantly, applicants are encouraged to apply for funding that will enable a study to: Answer relevant clinical questions Build research capacity Produce translational research results (see criteria below for more details)
The grant should produce a fundable project that has the capacity to attract further funding (as required).
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