The Kellogg Family Early-Career Patient-Oriented Diabetes Research Awards from the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) support early-career independent clinical researchers in diabetes worldwide. The award supports investigators who plan to pursue a career in diabetes-related clinical investigation. Clinical researchers who have received their first faculty-level appointment less than 5 years before the submission date are eligible to apply for this award. Applicants must have an MD or MD-PhD or PsyD, hold an appointment or joint appointment in a subspecialty of clinical medicine in a clinical department, and conduct human clinical research. In exceptional circumstances, non-MD candidates will be considered if their work is likely to contribute significantly to a clinical outcome.
Awards are renewable for a maximum of four years. Awards are in the amount of up to USD 200,000 total costs per year, including indirect costs. Up to USD 100,000 of this may be requested for research allowance, which can include a technician, supplies, equipment, and travel up to USD 2,000 per year. Salary request must be consistent with the established salary structure of the applicant’s institution, and equipment in years other that the first must be strongly justified. Indirect costs (excluding equipment) cannot exceed 10%.
Applications are due on July 6, 2023.
July 6, 2023