Bobby Jones CSF has set aside a small amount of research funding to be distributed in the coming calendar year, awarding excellence in research related to Chiari malformation, syringomyelia and related disorders.
The goal of this award will be to incentivize the completion of new, innovative studies in the fields of Chiari, syringomyelia and related disorders outside of the organization itself. We hope to inspire other organizations and medical institutions to take a closer look at these conditions– the more people we have looking at these issues, the better!
More research by new and seasoned investigators alike will help spark new breakthroughs that bring us that much closer to a cure!
Please check back or contact us to learn about an upcoming cycle for applications for independent grant awards in research. Details are TBA, pending a meeting of our Scientific Education & Advisory Board.
For questions, contact us: 718-966-2593 | email@example.com
Previously, the Chiari & Syringomyelia Foundation announced its inaugural competition for small grant proposals.
The purpose of the trainee award was to encourage clinicians and scientists at the early stage of their career to develop long-term interests in the etiology and treatment of Chiari, syringomyelia and related conditions. The established investigator award was intended to further more mature scientific and clinical investigations into these conditions.
Both proved to yield interesting results and allowed more investigators to make new and significant contributions to the Chiari and syringomyelia field. All applications were assessed by the Executive Committee (at the time) of the Scientific and Educational Advisory Board for scientific merit and feasibility.
TRAINEE AWARD RFP (PDF)
SMALL GRANT APPLICATION (PDF)