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FSR Request for Funding Applications

The FSR-CSN is a collaborative network of sites facilitating multi-site trials and studies in sarcoidosis research. 

 

FSR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT:

New Grant Period for FSR Clinical Studies Network

 

FSR is pleased to announce a Request for Applications for funding and inclusion into the second grant period of the FSR Clinical Studies Network (FSR-CSN). The FSR-CSN is a collaborative network of sites facilitating multi-site trials and studies in sarcoidosis research. The Network is focused on highly innovative projects with the intent of advancing the sarcoidosis research field toward new and improved therapies and increased disease knowledge.

 

To address research needs in the sarcoidosis disease space, in 2015 the Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research launched the world’s only Sarcoidosis Clinical Studies Network (FSR-CSN), bringing together an international partnership of world-renowned medical institutes and researchers for unprecedented collaboration in drug trials toward the treatment of sarcoidosis.

This RFP invites applicants to apply for the grant award (inclusion and funding) via this competitive process. The initiative is open to sites seeking renewals for first grant period as well as expanding to consider additional partners who can fully demonstrate major impact in the sarcoidosis research field. The award grant period is July 2018 – June 2020 and funding is $40,000 per year (total $80,000). 

 

The application is composed of several elements considered for selection: information about the site as well as a proposed study to be facilitated by the CSN group for this grant period. Interested parties should apply for inclusion in the FSR-CSN by formulating a brief proposal that could be completed during the next 24-month study project (July 2018 – June 2020) for the Network. 

For more detailed information on the FSR-CSN, including grant structure, application instructions, and funding process, click the link below or contact Ginger Spitzer at ginger@stopsarcoidosis.org

 

 

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