Joseph & Dorothy Giddan Child Health Research Awards
The Joseph & Dorothy Giddan Child Health Research Awards initiative is seeking proposals for highly innovative, lab-based basic or lab-based translational research projects that expand the knowledgebase in the field of child health. Applicants must propose such research addressing a significant child health problem that is based in the laboratory to meet eligibility criteria. Proposals for behavioral or social science projects will be considered non-responsive. Maximum allowable budget per award year is $100,000, up to $200,000 over a two-year period.
- Maximum award amount: $200,000
- Admission deadline: TBD
- Application information:
- Request for Proposals (2022)
- Coversheet (2022)
- Budgeting Document (2022)
2023 RFA: This opportunity is open to all physicians, nurses, and allied healthcare professionals.
If you would like additional information on this funding mechanism, please email NUCATSfirstname.lastname@example.org