Research Collaboration Grant 2020

The objective of this grant is to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and to build relationships between individuals, institutions and countries involved in spinal cord injury (SCI) research by funding individuals and small groups registration to the 2020 International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) Virtual Meeting.

This year, the grant will cover registration costs to the virtual five day meeting and is open to researchers in SCI and practicing SCI clinicians with an interest in research. Attendance at the conference represents a unique opportunity to grow and garner fresh ideas and collaborate with international peers.

In particular this year, group applications will be supported where it can be shown researchers are working to pool expertise and obtain cross-fertilisation of research ideas through collaboration. Total of 5 people per group.

Complete this form and email your Curriculum Vitae to grants@thesri.org by 5pm AEST, June 9 2020, to be considered.  

> Visit www.thesri.org/travel-grants/ for full Funding Guidelines.
> If your application is shortlisted, you will be contacted by the SRI and required to submit the following information within 7 days of notification to be eligible for a grant: a) A letter signed by the individual or group leader’s Department Head, supporting their application (template will be provided by the SRI) b) Group applications only: Curriculum Vitae of all group members (one page maximum each).
> Questions about the Research Collaboration Grant can be emailed to: grants@thesri.org (Subject: SRI Research Collaboration Grant)

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* 1. For group applications, one member must nominate themselves as the group leader and will be the key point of contact for the application. 
Please select the application type, individual or group.

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* 2. Please enter your first and last name (individual or group leader).

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* 3. Home address (individual or group leader).

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* 4. Phone number (individual or group leader).

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* 5. Email address (individual or group leader).

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* 6. Individual or group leader’s Institution name and address.

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* 7. Individual or group leader’s Department.

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* 8. Individual or group leader’s Department Head name and email address.

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* 9. Group applications only: Names and Institutions of up to 4 other group members (total 5 per group including applicant). Please separate each applicant name and institution with a semi-colon ';' eg: John Smith, Spinal Centre;

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* 10. Proposed collaboration opportunity statement (250 words/1700 characters max.). We recommend drafting your statement elsewhere, then copy and pasting your statement to this text field. 

Once you have completed this form, please remember to email your Curriculum Vitae to grants@thesri.org. 

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