DMRF Canada has encouraged and supported research related to the causes, mechanisms, prevention, and treatment of all forms of dystonia. The DMRF Canada’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 Canada 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.
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Note: The Dystonia Coalition has resources that are easily accessible to the whole dystonia research community. These resources include educational materials, clinical data, video recordings of clinical exams, and DNA. To read more and access these resources through the Dystonia Coalition and Global Dystonia Registry visit https://dc.rarediseasesnetwork.org/resources-researchers-and-clinicians
- Current Funding Opportunities:
- Previous Funding Opportunities:
DMRF Canada and Banting Research Foundation Discovery Award - $30,000. Deadline for NOI: November1, 2023, 9 pm ET. If invited to submit a full proposal, applications will be due January 24, 2024.
DMRF (USA) - Postdoctoral Research Fellowships: LOI due October 10, 2023
DMRF (USA) - Basic and Clinical Aspects of Dystonia: LOI due October 10, 2023
Dystonia Coalition - Career Development Program - (April 1, 2023)
Dystonia Coalition - Pilot Projects Program – (April 1, 2023)
6th Samuel Belzberg International Dystonia Symposium - Call for Abstracts - Deadline Extended: March 17, 2023
Travel stipends for fellows, trainees, and junior faculty. Deadline Extended: February 20, 2023
DMRF Canada Clinical and Research Fellowship/Deadline for Applications: January 2, 2023
DMRF Canada & RDMM - Gene application proposals utilizing a model organism approach. Deadline May 31, 2022
DMRF (USA) - Noninvasive Brain Modulation of Dystonia. LOI due April 25, 2022
Click here for information on previously funded opportunities and research in Canada