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Are the GLOBAL ASPIRE TTR Amyloidosis Research awards renewable?

Are the GLOBAL ASPIRE TTR Amyloidosis Research awards renewable?
No. Each GLOBAL ASPIRE TTR Amyloidosis Research award is a one-time, non-renewable research grant. (top)

Can GLOBAL ASPIRE TTR Amyloidosis Research funding be used to purchase equipment?

Can GLOBAL ASPIRE TTR Amyloidosis Research funding be used to purchase equipment?
No. GLOBAL ASPIRE TTR Amyloidosis Research funds may not be used to purchase equipment, although the purchase of relevant laboratory supplies is allowed. (top)

Is formulated study drug or pure substance provided?

Is formulated study drug or pure substance provided??
No. Studies requiring formulated study drug or pure substance are out of scope with the 2017 GLOBAL ASPIRE TTR Amyloidosis program. (top)

How are the funds dispersed?

How are the funds dispersed?
All awards will be paid in USD. The awards will be paid in milestones. Initial payment will be up to 70% of the total grant and there will be payments made based on specific milestones depending on study type. (top)

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 indirect costs?

Does the funding include institutional overhead costs and indirect costs?
Yes, the maximum funding for each award includes direct costs, indirect costs and institutional overhead costs. Overhead is capped at 28% per Pfizer policy, and Pfizer will not pay overhead on indirect costs. Final budgets of those studies awarded a grant will be reviewed for fair market value in accordance with local policies and procedures 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. (top)

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