The proposal must include at least two investigators that are ISBD members working in different countries and all personnel listed on the proposal must commit to maintaining ISBD membership for the duration of the period covered by this funding. One investigator should be identified as the Administrative Principle Investigator responsible for submitting the proposal and administering the grant, including subcontracts to collaborative sites included in the proposal. The proposal should demonstrate the potential for benefit to patients or those at high-risk of developing bipolar disorder and respresent the development of a new line of collaborative research for the investigators with the possibility of continuation past the 3-year funding term. Projects with matching funding are encouraged, although this is not a prerequisite and will not influence the review of the scientific merit of the proposal.
Please click here to access the checklist to ensure that you have included all required documentation within your proposal. Full applications should be received by no later than 11:59pm EST on Monday, April 30, 2018.