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Project Grant (Ataxia-Telangiectasia worldwide)

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The Project Grant funded by Action A-T support research on Ataxia-Telangiectasia that help with understanding the underlying mechanisms that lead to ataxia, developing interventions that will stop or slow down progression, and treatments that relieve and potentially cure symptoms of the disease. Applications are open to academic researchers worldwide.

This year, two categories are available:

1. Joint funding from Action for A-T and BrAshA-T

Action for A-T and BrAshA-T invite applications for high quality medical research projects that have the potential to treat, cure or enable medical interventions for Ataxia Telangiectasia (A-T).  Applications are invited across the fields of this multi-system condition however research must demonstrate to be of actual or future potential benefit to A-T patients.

2. Joint funding from Action for A-T and NATA

Action for A-T and NATA invite applications for research projects into the identification of targets or biological pathways that could be amenable to nucleic acid-based interventions. This could include ASOs, siRNAs, mRNA and DNA/RNA base-editing approaches, with the goal of offering new options for the management and/or treatment of Ataxia-Telangiectasia (A-T) patients.

Funding of up to 250,000 GBP is available for projects spanning up to 3 years.

Applications open September 1, 2023. Letters of intent are due on September 25, 2023 and full invited applications close on December 18, 2023.

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