Applications and Forms: 2016/2017

Letter of Intent (LOI): Not Required
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Program Project Award
Invitation Only
 


HHMI-FFB FELLOWSHIPS FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS

About:
FFB will fund up to four research fellowships for medical students through the HHMI Research Training Fellowships for Medical Students Program. The purpose of the initiative is to foster the development of physician-scientists conducting research in inherited retinal disorders by supporting medical students doing research in ophthalmology, particularly those investigating inherited retinal degenerative diseases.

Applying:
Program Information

CLINICAL/RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP AWARD

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CAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARD

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Reporting Requirements:
Award Administration Contact Form
Progress Report & Financial Report Instructions   
Progress Report Cover Page and Checklist
Financial Report Form
Institutional Agreement Form

ENHANCED CAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARD

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INDIVIDUAL INVESTIGATOR RESEARCH GRANT


Reporting Requirements:
Award Administration Contact Form
Progress Report & Financial Report Instructions
Progress Report Cover Page and Checklist
Financial Report Form
Institutional Agreement Form

GUND-HARRINGTON SCHOLAR AWARD

The Gund-Harrington Scholar Award supports innovative research efforts that could prevent, treat or cure blindness. The goal of The Gund-Harrington National Initiative for Fighting Blindness (GHI) is to accelerate translation of research findings in the inherited retinal degenerative diseases (IRD) with the ultimate goal of developing new therapies to improve and/or restore vision. The initiative is collaboration between the Foundation Fighting Blindness (FFB) and the Harrington Discovery Institute.  The goal of developing new therapies will be achieved by providing award recipients with both research funding and guidance in drug development. Up to five awards will be made in 2017.

Applying:
Program Information

PROGRAM PROJECT AWARD

All inquiries should be directed to grants@FightBlindness.org.

RESEARCH FACILITY GRANT

All inquiries should be directed to grants@FightBlindness.org.