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NEA has been funding peer-reviewed research since 2004 as the largest private nonprofit source of eczema research support. We provide emerging and established scientific investigators with highly-sought-after grants to explore new, high-impact avenues in adult and pediatric eczema research. Ideally, all awards will generate data that can support a much larger grant proposal.
The types of competitive grants offered are noted below. See each individual grant for eligibility and application instructions. The number of grants may vary by cycle depending on available funds and quality of proposals.
View the full Request for Proposals (pdf).
Proposals submitted for consideration of a NEA grant should address one or more of the following research priorities:
Submitted applications that are complete and meet all eligibility criteria will undergo peer review using current National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant scoring criteria (e.g. significance, approach, innovation, investigator, environment).
Direct costs will be reviewed for consistency with the proposed methods and specific aims. Budgetary adjustments may be made by the review panel or NEA. Please see individual award criteria for allowable direct costs. Indirect costs are not allowed on NEA research grants.
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