The AR3T Supplemental Grant Funding Program supports researchers in the development of innovative and rigorous, interdisciplinary Regenerative Rehabilitation research projects.
Congratulations to AR3T’s newest Supplemental Grant recipients!
Franklin West, PhD (University of Georgia) and Jarrod Call, PhD (University of Georgia)
“NSC Function in a Motor Cortex TBI”
AR3T is not accepting new supplemental grant proposals.
The Regenerative Rehabilitation research community will benefit from the development of novel lines of research that incorporate methods utilizing stimulation of stem cells and/or tissue engineering approaches and assessing stem cell behavior and/or functional outcomes.
The goal is to fund currently funded researchers who:
- Would benefit from adding a component to enhance the rigor of a Regenerative Rehabilitation research project
- Could develop a line of innovative Regenerative Rehabilitation research by adding a regenerative medicine component to a funded rehabilitation research study or a regenerative medicine component to a funded rehabilitation research study.
We encourage you to consider consulting or collaborating with one of AR3T’s researchers. Contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
Eligible Individuals: The AR3T supplemental funding program is open to junior – and mid-level career faculty. The Principal Investigator (PI) should have a doctoral degree in a relevant field and be employed at an institution within the United States. The goal is to fund researchers who are interested in beginning a career in Regenerative Rehabilitation research or who would like to start a new line of research in this area
We are not currently accepting pilot grant proposals. Subscribe to the AR3T newsletter in order to receive the latest news on research and grant opportunities for Regenerative Rehabilitation researchers.
For questions and/or assistance with proposal development, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.