The FSR Small Research Grants program aims to support smaller scale or pilot research projects which can be supported either singularly by FSR or through a partnership with additional funders. The FSR will award a limited number of grants with a maximum amount of $25,000. Smaller singular or partnership grants are preferred but level of potential impact upon the field is the most significant driver. Proposals are encouraged from investigators across a variety of disciplines as submitting projects will directly and significantly impact sarcoidosis research.
Small Research Grant proposals are accepted 2 times per year via FSR online grant portal.
|Grant Period||APPLICATION OPEN||APPLICATION DUE DATE||DECISION||FUNDING PROVIDED|
|Cycle 2 2018||Aug 30||Oct 30||Nov 30||Dec 31|
|Cycle 1 2019||Mar 1||Apr 30||May 31||Jul 1|
|Cycle 2 2019||Aug 1||Sep 30||Oct 31||Dec 2|
Any questions may be addressed to Noopur Singh, Research Manager of the Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading: FSR Small Research Grant.
Applicants should complete the application below. Justification for the proposed work can be provided through literature citations, data from other sources, or from investigator-generated data, when available.FSR’s small grant proposals to be funded by the Foundation are “field-initiated” in the sense that they are not submitted in response to a Request for Proposal (RFP). Our larger grant awards are aligned with our Scientific Research Agenda; however, the Small Grants program will accept all proposals including ones that fall under the Foundation’s general mission of advancing sarcoidosis research by addressing gaps within the space.