January 2018:

Call for Letters of Interest for Research on the Role of Hormones in Migraine

2018 MRF Impact Award

The Association of Migraine Disorders and the Migraine Research Foundation invite both US and international researchers to submit a Letter of Interest (LOI) for projects that will add to the understanding of the role of hormones in migraine. Selected projects will be invited to submit a full application later this year. The Migraine Research Foundation will continue to issue an open RFP for seed-money grants (up to $50,000) in the spring.

 

DeadlineApril 1, 2018

Funding: A total maximum award of $200,000 for a period not to exceed 3 years

Content: The LOI must include:

  • A description of the proposed project, including aims and methodology
  • How the proposed project will impact the understanding of the role of hormones in migraine
  • Why the proposed project is innovative
  • The names of investigators, institution, and contact information

Length: 2 pages maximum

Evaluation Criteria: innovation, relevance, scientific merit, feasibility

Submission: Email only: 2018AMD-MRFImpactAward@MigraineResearchFoundation.org

For further information, email Sam Yates at syates@MigraineResearchFoundation.org or call 212-249-5402.


January 2018 –

Call for Letters of Interest for Research on Cannabis for the Treatment of Migraine

The Migraine Research Foundation, a US nonprofit that raises money to fund innovative migraine research, invites both US and international researchers to submit a Letter of Interest (LOI) for projects that will add to the understanding of cannabis for the treatment of migraine. Selected projects will be invited to submit a full application later this year. The Migraine Research Foundation will continue to issue an open RFP for seed-money grants (up to $50,000) in the spring.

Deadline: March 1, 2018

Funding: a total maximum award of $200,000 for a period not to exceed 3 years

Content: the LOI must include:

  • a description of the proposed project, including aims and methodology
  • how the proposed project will impact the understanding of cannabis for the treatment of migraine
  • why the proposed project is innovative
  • the names of investigators, institution, and contact information

Length: 2 pages maximum

Evaluation Criteria: innovation, relevance, scientific merit, feasibility

Submission: email only: 2018ImpactAward@MigraineResearchFoundation.org

For further information, email Sam Yates at syates@MigraineResearchFoundation.org or call 212-249-5402.

US Migraine Research Foundation