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Requests for Proposals

The South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Research Fund welcomes submissions to the following Request For Proposals. Please ensure that submissions correspond with the appropriate RFP.  If you are unsure, please contact the Executive Director.

RFP 2017 - B:  Bridge Funding - Bridge funding is to provide an investigator, with a research program in spinal cord injury with a research grant whose federal competing continuation application was not funded, an opportunity to obtain one year of bridge support.
Date of Release:  August 28, 2017
Status:  OPEN

RFP 2017 - CET:  Conference/Education/Training - These grants are to support entities that will improve the knowledge of people with SCI in South Carolina and/or healthcare professionals that provide care for people with spinal cord injuries in South Carolina.
Date of Release:  August 28, 2017
Status:  OPEN

RFP 2018 - I:  Investigator Initiated Research - Investigator Initiated Research grants are for clinicians, therapists, educators and scientists in South Carolina researching aspects of spinal cord injury in an effort to develop a better understanding and ultimately treatment for paralysis and other consequences of spinal cord injury and spinal cord disease.
Date of Release:  May 7, 2018
Status:  Recurring deadlines January 15th and August 15th

RFP 2017 - P:  Pilot Grant - Pilot grants are to support investigators who need to collect pilot data to position themselves for extramural grants.
Date of Release:  August 28, 2017
Status:  OPEN

RFP 2017 - PD REV:  Postdoctoral Research - Postdoctoral Research grants are to increase the number of individuals with doctorates who seek postdoctoral training in SCI, working with a mentor who has an independent program of research in SCI.  Application must be submitted by the mentor.
Date of Release:  July 20, 2017
Status:  OPEN

RFP 2016 - R:  Recruitment/Seed Funding - Recruitment/Seed funding is to promote the recruitment/seed funding for scientists and clinician scientists, who specialize in the area of spinal cord injury, to the state of South Carolina.  
Date of Release:  October 1, 2015
Status:  OPEN

RFP 2017 - S:  Student Research Internship - Student Research Internship grant applications need to be submitted by the mentor to a student in medicine, nursing, health professions, epidemiology, neuroscience or other related fields that apply to basic, clinical or translational research with spinal cord injury or spinal cord disease.  
Date of Release:  August 28, 2017
Status:  OPEN


 
 

South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Research Fund
Phone: (843) 614-1756
E-mail: grahacat@musc.edu
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