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US Dept of Defense – Multiple Sclerosis Research Program (MSRP)

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US Dept of Defense – Multiple Sclerosis Research Program (MSRP)

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Clinical Trial Award – W81XWH-22-MSRP-CTA – pre-apps close 23 June 2022 – up to USD$1.6M over 3 years or $4.5M over 4 years – must address at least 1 of: promoting repair, neuroprotection and remyelination MS; or treatment of MS symptoms
Early Investigator Research Award – W81XWH-22-MSRP-EIRA – pre-apps close 2 August 2022 – up to USD$320,000 over 2 years – applicants must have 4 years or less of postdoc research experience; must address at least one of: central nervous system regenerative potential in demyelinating conditions; or correlates of disease activity & progression in MS; or biology & measurement of MS symptoms; or factors contributing to or associated with MS etiology, prodrome, onset & disease course
Exploration – Hypothesis Development Award – W81XWH-22-MSRP-EHDA – pre-apps close 23 June 2022 – up to USD$250,000 over 2 years – supports initial exploration of innovative, high-risk, high-gain and potentially groundbreaking concepts in the MS research data field. – Must address at least one of the following: central nervous system regenerative potential in demyelinating conditions; or correlates of disease activity and progression in MS; or biology and measurement of MS symptoms; or factors contribution to or associated with MS etiology, prodrome, onset & disease course.
Investigator-Initiated Research Award – W81XWH-22-MSRP-IIRA – pre-apps close 23 June 2022 – up to USD$1M over 3 years – Supports highly rigorous, high-impact research with the potential to make an important contribution to MS research and/or patient care. – Must address at least one of the following: central nervous system regenerative potential in demyelinating conditions; or correlates of disease activity and progression in MS; or biology and measurement of MS symptoms; or factors contribution to or associated with MS etiology, prodrome, onset & disease course.

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