The Bee Foundation (TBF) invites proposals for this brain aneurysm research grant that further the mission of reducing the number of deaths caused by brain aneurysms. Proposals directed at understanding the early detection, pathophysiology, genetic predisposition, or treatment will take priority. Proposals from a variety of disciplines (including but not limited to translational neurosciences, neurosurgery, neurology, radiology, and genetics) are encouraged, and multidisciplinary proposals that illustrate a multi-faceted approach will be weighted highly.
Priority will be given to those applications with the focus as outlined above.
The proposals must contain the following items:
- Face page with grant title, and names, departmental affiliations, and contact information of the co-investigators.
- Brief Summary of the project (< 1 page) describing the relevance of the proposed research and how it will advance the field or benefit patients in regard to brain aneurysm research.
- Budget in attached format, with a brief (1 page) budget justification.
- Biosketch of the investigator (or co-Investigators) and any advisors, in NIH format.
- Scientific proposal, not to exceed three single-spaced pages, including specific aims, background/significance, and experimental design/methods. Preliminary data may be included but are not required. Literature cited and IACUC or IRB information (where applicable) are not included in the three-page limit; regulatory approvals may be pending.
The deadline for receipt of applications is April 30, 2021. Each application should be submitted as a single PDF file attachment to Erin Kreszl, TBF Executive Director, at: [email protected]