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Letter of Intent to Apply for Pilot Grant Funding

The National Center of Neuromodulation for Rehabilitation is pleased to announce that it will fund four pilot grants for up to $37,500 for a 12-month period.  Through these pilot grant funds, NC NM4R will provide short-term funding for pilot studies designed to promote rehabilitation neuroscience research that utilizes neuromodulatory techniques and methodologies, towards the development of potential new projects that are fundable and sustainable through a competitive NIH research grant application or similar extramural funding mechanisms.  

Only those applicants who have submitted a Letter of Intent to Apply for Pilot Grant funding and received an Invitation to Submit from NC NM4R are eligible to submit a full application.

Read the Request for Applications for Pilot Grant Funding for complete information on grant funding and how to apply.

All Pilot Study applicants must be members of the NC NM4R community.

Once you're joined our community and read the RFA, please submit your Letter of Intent to Apply for Pilot Grant funding.