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How do I apply for a GLOBAL ASPIRE TTR Amyloidosis award?

How do I apply for a GLOBAL ASPIRE TTR Amyloidosis award?
Applications are to be submitted to Pfizer through an online submission website. Visit www.aspireresearch.org and click on “2017 Global TTR Amyloidosis Research Awards”. Open the “Apply” tab on the top of the page and click on link “To Apply for a 2017 ASPIRE Award Click Here”. This will direct you to Pfizer’s online submission portal www.iirsubmission.pfizer.com

Is there a time limit for conducting the funded research?

Is there a time limit for conducting the funded research?
Yes. Applicants must be able to complete the research within 12 months of the start date. (top)

Can an exception be made for certain applicants regarding the eligibility criteria to the GLOBAL ASPIRE TTR Amyloidosis Research awards?

Can an exception be made for certain applicants regarding the eligibility criteria to the GLOBAL ASPIRE TTR Amyloidosis Research awards?
Eligibility criteria have been carefully designed to attract appropriate candidates at a certain level in their professional development. In keeping with the purpose and intention of the ASPIRE awards, applicants must meet all the criteria in order to be considered for an award. Submissions outside these parameters will not be considered. (top)

What project deliverables are required?

What project deliverables are required?
Projects are expected to yield results that will advance the understanding of the epidemiology, basic science and early diagnosis and treatment of TTR amyloidosis. It is expected that results will be presented at scientific meetings and published in peer reviewed journals. (top)

Where does a researcher have to live to qualify for a 2017 GLOBAL ASPIRE TTR Amyloidosis Research award?

Where does a researcher have to live to qualify for a 2017 GLOBAL ASPIRE TTR Amyloidosis Research award?
The 2017 GLOBAL ASPIRE TTR Amyloidosis Research awards are exclusively open to qualified junior investigators from developing Central/Eastern European countries, Latin America or Asia Pacific regions (excluding Japan, New Zealand and Australia). See below for a listing of eligible developing countries in Central/Eastern Europe.

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