hese awards are designed to provide a mentored diabetes research experience to undergraduate minority* students who are underrepresented in biomedical research.
These fellowships are available to minority* postdoctoral researchers (MD, MD/PhD, PhD, DVM, or equivalent) who are underrepresented in biomedical research.
These fellowships are available to postdoctoral researchers (MD, MD/PhD, PhD, DVM, or equivalent) to provide support for high quality training in disciplines and topics relevant to diabetes, in an environment conducive to beginning a career in diabetes research.
These awards support early investigators as they establish independence as diabetes researchers.
Description: These awards support early investigators as they establish independence as diabetes researchers.
These awards support research with novel and innovative hypotheses, performed in human subjects, or research approaches to accelerate the transition of scientific discoveries into clinical application.
These awards support basic research with novel and innovative hypotheses in any area relevant to the etiology or pathophysiology of diabetes and its complications that holds significant promise for advancing the prevention, cure or treatment of diabetes.
The JDRF Impact Grant provides funding support to individuals and/or organizations looking to transform innovative ideas into successful initiatives that address the critical needs of people living with Type One Diabetes (T1D).
JDRF International, in partnership with the Lupus Research Alliance and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, is soliciting Letters of Intent (LOI) from investigators across autoimmune (and other relevant) fields to advance the understanding of autoimmunity and to obtain more specific insights into commonalities and differences of immune pathways that govern these pathogenic processes.
The purpose of this request for applications (RFA) is to facilitate translation of type 1 diabetes (T1D) research findings into viable immune therapeutic candidates.