The Milken Institute, in collaboration with The REAM Foundation, is administering a grant program focused on misophonia. The Misophonia Research Fund, established in 2019, has awarded twenty grants, disbursing over $6 million of funding in the past three years. The program supports two-year projects led by either faculty or postdocs with annual budgets of up to $200,000. We are enthusiastic to share the Request for Proposals to initiate the next funding cycle. The RFP is soliciting research proposals that aim to characterize misophonia, develop objective methods to assess misophonia, or evaluate interventions for misophonia.
We are requesting letters of intent by December 10, 2021 and full proposals will be due on March 11, 2022.
Additionally, the Misophonia Research Fund is facilitating a simultaneous call for research proposals specifically seeking to validate one or more tools to assess, identify, and diagnose misophonia. If you or researchers at your institution have additional questions, please visit our website or contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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For more information, visit https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.04.05.21254951v2.
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