University of California, San Diego
OFFICE OF THE SENIOR VICE CHANCELLOR
August 10, 2000
ALL ACADEMICS AT UCSD
SUBJECT: ANGELMAN SYNDROME
The Angelman Syndrome Foundation, USA announces the availability of $100,000 to be awarded in support of research on Angelman syndrome. All areas of biomedical and behavioral research involving AS will be considered. The Angelman Syndrome Foundation will be flexible regarding the number of awards made and the amount of funding for each.
Applicants should follow these general guidelines:
A one-page summary abstract of proposed research.
The main body of the proposal should not exceed 6 pages and should include identification of the primary investigator, a summary of background, hypothesis, methods, significance of the proposed research and time frame for completion.
A one-page budget summary and justification. No indirect costs will be allowed.
A curriculum vitae of the principal investigator(s).
Letters of support/collaboration where necessary.
Proposals dealing with human or animal subjects must conform to usual review by an Institutional Review Board (IRB); a copy of approval must be provided before funding is released.
A cover letter and ten copies of the above should be submitted to:
Scientific Advisory Committee
Questions about this announcement should be directed to:
Prof. Daniel F. Harvey, Ph.D.