The Epilepsy Research Connection (ERC) is a growing group of non-profit and government organizations focused on providing funding for epilepsy related research. The ERC website provides a single place for researchers to search for funding.
The ERC is a collaborative effort of multiple ELC organizations with development funding provided by the American Epilepsy Society.
Upcoming Funding Opportunities
Program to Support Open Access Publications
The FSD Open-Access Support Program is an ongoing call for proposals, and it joins recent research initiatives initiated by FSD, such as the Call for Innovative Research Projects in Advanced Therapies for Dravet Syndrome or the Program for the development of new scientific tools initiated last February 1st together with Tel Aviv University.
2021 Call for Research Grant Applications on Ring 14 or chromosome 14 related syndromes
Ring14 International is soliciting international research projects focused on the Ring 14 or chromosome 14 related syndromes. The projects can be basic or pre-clinical, the ultimate goal is to find a cure for these conditions.
The Board of Directors of Ring 14 International is pleased to inform you that the 2021 call for applications has been is...
The goal of the PCDH19 Alliance Research Grant Program is to fund research directly towards understanding the expression of the PCDH19 gene and the function of the PCDH19 protein, finding therapeutic treatments, and a cure for PCDH19 Epilepsy.
We also hope that the projects we fund will lead to additional research support from government or othe...
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