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FAST Grant-in-Aid Awards (Angelman syndrome | worldwide)

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The FAST Grant-in-Aid Awards, offered by the Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics (FAST), are one-time grants intended to support promising projects on Angelman syndrome by providing funding for necessary equipment, reagents, or research expenses.

Allowable costs may cover:

  • Reagents and Services: This category encompasses items such as gene chips, chemical libraries, procurement of cell lines, and acquisition of animal model lines.
  • Services: These expenses may include genetic sequencing, proteomics, metabolomics, mass spectrometry, antibody production, and drug/chemical manufacturing.
  • Equipment: FAST will evaluate requests for the acquisition of specialized equipment or software tailored to specific project needs.

Eligibility:

  • Individuals should possess training and experience at least equivalent to the PhD or MD level.
  • Institutions receiving grants must be recognized as non-profit.
  • Awardees are required to engage in their research and academic duties on a full-time basis or as specified by the sponsoring institution in accordance with its policies.

Applicants should prepare a one-page Letter of Intent and include the following:

  • Hypotheses and and specific aims
  • Lay summary
  • Budget

The grant provides a maximum funding of 10,000 USD (no indirect costs).

Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.

This grant has rolling submissions. Submit applications at any time.

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