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Innovative Research Award 

Rheumatologist Dr. Gary Firestein and a colleague.Supporting innovative research ideas is essential to better understanding rheumatic diseases, their causes and the best way to treat them. The Innovative Research Award provides independent investigators with the funding they need to pursue ideas that could lead to important breakthroughs in discovering new treatments and, one day, a cure. 

Innovative Research Award

Support for innovative research into rheumatic diseases

Purpose
Encourage independent investigators to conduct novel studies that generate new insights into the cause, progression, treatment and outcomes of rheumatic diseases

Award Amount
$400,000

Award Term
2 Years

Application Deadline
Applications are due July 2, 1018

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Investigators interested in using data from the RISE registry as part of their proposed research project need to get their data use request approved before submitting an application for funding. Please visit RISE for Research for more information on RISE data and request submission deadlines.


Innovative Research Award for Community Practitioners

Support of innovative research in the field of rheumatologic diseases.

Purpose
Will help enable research that has the potential to improve treatment of rheumatic diseases, patient outcomes, and/or increase quality of care

Award Amount
$50,000 to $200,000 per year

Award Term
2 Years

Deadlines
Letters of Intent are due June 1, 2018
Applications are due July 2, 2018

First-time applicant? View the New User Guide for step-by-step instructions on how to submit your application.

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Investigators interested in using data from the RISE registry as part of their proposed research project need to get their data use request approved before submitting an application for funding. Please visit RISE for Research for more information on RISE data and request submission deadlines.


Norman B. Gaylis, MD, Research Award for Rheumatologists in Community Practice

The Norman B. Gaylis, MD, Research Award for Rheumatologists in Community Practice is made to encourage research from physicians in community practice who are engaged in patient care. It was established in 2015 with a generous commitment from Norman B. Gaylis, MD. Annually, the Foundation’s Scientific Advisory Council chooses an outstanding recipient of the Innovative Research Award for Community Practitioners to receive the designation. To be considered for this award, apply for the Innovative Research Award for Community Practitioners


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