The SynGAP Research Fund's grant program awards one-year research grants up to $65,000 and two-year grants up to $130,0000 to young investigators, laboratory-based researchers and clinicians who are interested in studying SYNGAP1 Encephalopathy.
Our grants are intended to help researchers explore novel ideas and answer questions related to the clinical aspects, therapies and/or genetic causes of SYNGAP1. Grant recipients are asked to give a presentation at SynGAP Research Fund's research roundtable at the American Epilepsy Society the following year to discuss their work.
Full grant applications are reviewed twice a year by SRF's Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) and must be submitted by March 1 or September 1 to be included in the early/late review cycles, respectively.
Note: SRF has a Board-directed policy that does not allow for the payment of indirect costs to nonprofit institutions
Please follow the instructions below to submit either a letter of intent or full application for a grant.