The Dana Foundation Program in Brain and Immuno-Imaging
All applicants please note:
• All proposals that seek to develop new imaging techniques or assays,
or modify existing ones to address clinical questions, whether in
systems or cellular and molecular imaging, must provide preliminary
evidence of feasibility and evidence of the investigator’s experience
in using the technology. Proposals seeking support without such
preliminary evidence will not be considered.
• Investigators proposing patient-oriented studies should provide
preliminary evidence that the required number of participants—patients
and controls—are available at the research institution(s) involved.
• For all proposals that do not propose to undertake studies in humans,
the direct relevance to human health and functioning needs to be
• Certain areas are not appropriate for consideration:
o Ideas for which you do not have preliminary data.
o Instrument development without initial evidence of feasibility and clinical applicability.
• Descriptions of all previously funded projects are available at: http://www.dana.org/grants/imaging/.