DMRF Funds Research Projects Focused on Treatment
For nearly 40 years the DMRF has encouraged and supported research related to the causes, mechanisms, prevention, and treatment of all forms of dystonia. The DMRF’s major funding mechanism is based on requests for applications focusing on selected research areas, formulated after scientific meetings and workshops.
As it has done in the past, the DMRF will remain open to new investigator-initiated ideas and approaches, which will be accepted throughout the year. Opportunities will be posted throughout the year, along with information on guidelines and application deadlines.
For more information about DMRF’s funding opportunities, please contact Jody Roosevelt at firstname.lastname@example.org
November 2017: DMRF Canada and Banting Foundation Discovery Award. The Banting Research Foundation Discovery Award supported by DMRF Canada is a one-year grant of up to $25,000 per year that will support research related to the causes, mechanisms, prevention, and treatments which could potentially enable medical breakthroughs and transformative healthcare advances to find a cure for dystonia. The Banting Research Foundation Discover Award Recipient has been announced. Click here for details.
Previous Posted Funding Opportunities:
October 2017: The Dystonia Medical Research Foundation is pleased to announce that it is accepting letters of intent for research projects on Brain Circuits & Networks in Dystonia. Click here for details. Letters of Intent are due by end of day on Tuesday, October 31. Letters should be no more than 1 page and should include a summary of the proposed research.
September - December 2017: DMRF Canada is pleased to announce the launch of the first ever clinical fellowship in dystonia, supported by Allergan Canada. Click here for details.
August 2017: The Dystonia Medical Research Foundation is pleased to announce that it is accepting letters of intent for postdoctoral research fellowship applications. This opportunity has passed. Click here for further details.
May 2017: DMRF was inviting applications for studies applying innovative approaches to musician’s dystonia. This grant was awarded to Dr. Robert Chen, of Toronto Western Hospital(Click here for details). To see the information of this passed opportunity, please click here.
March 2017: DMRF Canada and Banting Foundation Discovery Reward grant deadline passed on March 15, 2017. You can take a look at this passed opportunity here. This opportunity will be posted again in 2018.