The Bronya J. Keats International Research Collaboration Award honors its namesake for her academic career in understanding the GAA triplet repeat mutation in FA, and her continued role in managing FARA’s grant program. Proposals should focus on FA research that relies on international collaboration among investigators in at least two different countries. Special consideration will be given to proposals that bring new scientists to the FA community. The rationale for the collaboration needs to be convincing and must clearly demonstrate that the research goals could not be achieved by just one of the participating groups and that the synergy among the groups is essential for the success of the project.
Deadlines: for the LOI May 15. For those invited to submit a full application, the deadline for submission is July 15.
The applicants may request a combined budget of up to $200,000 per year for one or two years.