Ultimately, it is the hope that this award puts recipients in a position to compete for future funding through NPF Discovery or Translational Research Grants and go on to establish successful long-term careers conducting psoriatic disease research.
Applicants may include graduate students dedicating at least 50% of their time to research, postdoctoral researchers, fellows, graduate students, and other trainee level positions, and must be personally and actively responsible for the conduct of the proposed research.
Budget and Project Period
Applicants may request up to $50,000 (direct cost only) per year. The total project period for the application submitted is one year from August 1st to July 31st.
Research plans must be structured and contain the following sections: Specific aims, background and significance, preliminary data, and experimental approach. The body of the proposal may not exceed 5 pages.