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The National Eczema Association (NEA) research program offers grants to established and new investigators in the field. The research projects range from important studies on itch, to genome wide studies, and the objective severity assessment of atopic dermatitis/eczema. This research ultimately benefits patients with eczema by providing much needed data to scientists, physicians and pharmaceutical companies.
One-Year Research Grant
Researcher can apply for renewal funding after first year
Applications due September 5, 2014. Funding starts January 1st each year.
Submissions in basic and translational science are encouraged. Research areas of emphasis include itch, eczema prevention, alternative & complementary therapies, and diet & nutrition.
The application must be submitted via email to email@example.com. Additionally, applicants must send by mail:
Applications and supporting materials must be submitted via email to AND received at the NEA office no later than September 5, 2014 by 5:00 PM, PST to be considered for funding. Send to:
National Eczema Association
77 Mark Dr, Suite 8
San Rafael, CA 94903-1953
Contact: Julie Block, President & CEO, firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications are reviewed and awarded on a a competitive basis.
A Peer Review Committee will review the research grant application. The NEA Board of Directors announces grant awards in December 2014.
For more information on NEA Funded Research, please see: http://nationaleczema.org/research/nea-funded-research/