The Brain Inflammation Collaborative accepts research grant applications at any time. Click here for application.
Institutions eligible for BIC funding include nonprofit and commercial institutions with no restriction as to geographic location. Federal and state government agencies (within the United States and other countries) and their employees are eligible for BIC grants.
Undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral fellows are eligible for BIC support but are required to collaborate with a qualified Administrative Principal Investigator who serves as the director of the laboratory or facility in which the research will be conducted. The Administrative Principal Investigator will be responsible for assisting in providing all institutional documents required for the project and will be required to sign any award. Biographical information is required for both the student/fellow and the Administrative Principal Investigator.
- Specific aims of the proposal including hypotheses, methods, statistics
- Timeline and milestones for completing specific aims (including a Gantt chart)
- Your complete contact information and proposal date
- A bio-sketch or CV
- Associated costs, broken down by the following:
- Other costs (regulatory approvals, etc.)
- We cover indirect costs at a 5% rate
- We do not fund tuition or travel costs
Project proposals are carefully screened by our Board of Directors, Chief Scientific Officer, and specific Scientific Advisors that are expert to the type of illness model in the grant proposal. Our confidential scientific proposal review process helps ensure that dollars granted go to the projects with the greatest potential impact. Once funded, projects are subject to continuous monitoring and review with additional funding contingent on successful progress.
To submit your application, please email email@example.com
For additional questions about application submissions, please contact our Chief Scientific Officer, Dr. Denise Calaprice-Whitty at firstname.lastname@example.org