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For applications receiving a full review, critiques containing the reviewers’ comments will be provided within 3 months of the funding notification date.
Decisions on funding are based on the quality, mission relevance, and priority of the proposed research.
JDRF encourages submission of innovative, high-risk/high-reward, field-changing research proposals to accelerate its mission.
Note that status of an application will not be given by phone.
Back to Top All required information must be submitted online via the RMS360 website (see How to Apply for specific instructions).Other Sources of Support Applicants must include accurate and complete information regarding all other sources of grant support from the main PI (current and pending), including title, abstract, annual and total amount of the grant, inclusive funding period, and percent effort of the applicant.For Postdoctoral and Advanced Postdoctoral Fellowships, Other Support information should be provided for the Sponsor/Mentor only.Application Budget Funding requests must be submitted in US Dollars. National Institutes of Health (NIH) salary guidelines for Principal Investigators and Postdoctoral Fellows.Indirect costs must be specified on the budget page and are limited to 10% of direct costs (direct costs do not include equipment costs, fee-for-services, consultants, or subcontract costs). JDRF guidelines are adjusted when the new NIH guidelines go into effect.Potential applicants should note the following: Applications for funding from JDRF must have relevance to type 1 diabetes and one or more of the JDRF Research Priority Areas.Applications are accepted from any country, and there are no citizenship requirements.Other Application Content Requirements The application must include a complete mailing, phone, and email address and must include 2 abstracts, one written for a scientific audience and one for a lay audience.The lay audience abstract must be broken out into 6 categories as outlined in the application: All applications proposing research with human subjects or human fetal tissue, regardless of grant mechanism, must follow the Scientific Guidelines.JDRF International is a leader in setting the agenda for diabetes research worldwide, and is the largest charitable funder of and advocate for type 1 diabetes research.The mission of JDRF is accelerating life-changing breakthroughs to cure, prevent and treat T1D and its complications.