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Linking Early Neurodevelopment to Neural Circuit Outcomes (neuroscience | worldwide)

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The Linking Early Neurodevelopment to Neural Circuit Outcomes funding call from the Simons Foundation seeks to bridge the gap in understanding of whether and how developmental phenotypes caused by autism risk gene mutation lead to altered circuit formation and function. The Foundation strongly encourages proposals involving close collaboration between investigators of diverse expertise, such as developmental neurobiologists and circuit neuroscientists, in order to convincingly demonstrate causal links between disparate phenotypes in the chosen model(s).

All applicants and key collaborators must hold a Ph.D., M.D. or equivalent degree and have a faculty position or the equivalent at a college, university, medical school or other research facility. Applications may be submitted by domestic and foreign nonprofit organizations; public and private institutions, such as colleges, universities, hospitals, laboratories and units of state and local government; and eligible agencies of the federal government. There are no citizenship or country requirements.

The Award provides up to $300,000 per lab with a maximum total annual budget of $900,000, inclusive of 20 percent indirect costs, over a period of three (3) to four (4) years.

Applications close on September 12, 2024.

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