How are the funds dispersed?

What are indirect costs?

What are indirect costs?
Indirect costs are additional study expenses such as costs for publication, IRB/IEC review fees, supplies, software license fees, and travel. (top)

Does the funding include institutional overhead costs and direct costs?

Does the funding include institutional overhead costs and direct costs?
Yes, the maximum funding for each award includes direct and indirect costs, as well as institutional overhead costs. Final budgets of those studies awarded a grant will be reviewed for fair market value before the contracting process begins. (top)

Is the funding a per-annum or per-study amount?

Is the funding a per-annum or per-study amount?
Each award funds the entire research period, and is not a sum paid per year. Payments will be made based on study progress milestones, which will be established during the contracting phase. (top)

What are the specifics on the grant awards?

What are the specifics on the grant awards?
ASPIRE Dermatology research awards are up to a maximum of $150,000 each. Research projects are expected to complete within 2 years of study start. (top)

Who reviews and awards the research proposals?

Who reviews and awards the research proposals?
The ASPIRE applications will be reviewed by independent, external review committees comprised of medical and scientific experts (top)

What is the role of Pfizer in the ASPIRE Dermatology Research awards?

What is the role of Pfizer in the ASPIRE Dermatology Research awards?
Pfizer is fully funding the ASPIRE Dermatology Research awards. Additionally, Pfizer is providing the infrastructure and administrative support required to facilitate the application process. (top)

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