BBRF Young Investigator Grants provide each scientist with up to $35,000 per year for two years totaling $70,000 to enable promising investigators to either extend research fellowship training or begin careers as independent research faculty. The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation awarded the first Young Investigator Grant in 1987. The goal of the YI program is to help researchers launch careers in neuroscience and psychiatry and gather pilot data to apply for larger federal and university grants. Since 1987, we have awarded more than $243 million in Young Investigator Grants around the world.
Applicant citizenship: Worldwide
Host country: Worldwide
Years since PhD:
Award Duration (years): 2
Mobility rule: No
Subjects: All subjects , Life Sciences , Physiology
Additional comments: The program is intended to facilitate innovative research opportunities and supports basic, as well as translational and/or clinical investigators.Allresearch must be relevant to our understanding, treatment and prevention of serious psychiatric disorders such as: schizophrenia; bipolar; mood and anxiety disorders(for a complete list, see the front page of the application);or early onset brain and behavior disorders. In addition tosupporting the full rangesof relevant neurobiological and psychobiological basic science, we also support clinical science,which can include careful studies using qualitative research approaches or research generating preliminary data to explore a new hypothesis generated by clinical experience or large sample studies.
How to apply? For further eligibility requirements and the application process, please visit: Official Funding website
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