Applications now being accepted for the Alberta MS Collaboration Team Grant Competition.
The Alberta Multiple Sclerosis Collaboration (Alberta MS Collaboration) is accepting basic science and health research team proposals from investigators based in Alberta for collaborative projects on multiple sclerosis (MS) focused on neuroprotection and repair. The Collaboration is a multi-stakeholder initiative supporting innovation in MS research and translation in Alberta. Current partners include the Alberta MS Network, Alberta Economic Development and Trade, Alberta Health, Campus Alberta Neuroscience, the MS Society of Canada, and Sanofi Genzyme Canada.
Applications can be submitted by researchers based in Alberta who hold a full-time, continuing faculty appointment. Proposals must be for new projects, without other funding, that include investigators from more than one Alberta institution or involve more than one discipline at a single Alberta institution. A maximum of four team projects will be funded at up to $200,000 CAD total per team (including all direct and indirect costs), over a two year period.
For more details on the competition, please view the Request for Proposals.
Applications can be submitted through the MS Society of Canada’s Easygrants system.
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