Researchers funded by the Dup15q Alliance have a strong history of obtaining additional funding, principal investigators who received funding (>$400,000) from the Dup15q Alliance subsequently garnered an additional $2.5 million from the NIH for dup15q syndrome-related research.
The Dup15q Alliance Research Grant Program emphasizes the need to support research by established independent investigators (post training period). This funding opportunity is open to investigators at established academic or research institutions. Researchers residing in the United States do not need to be U.S. citizens to apply for funding.
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