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NSA Announces Research Funding for Stuttering
The Canadeo Family Research Award will provide funding for one research project per year in the area of stuttering treatment, stuttering assessment, or basic research in stuttering. The award is meant to be used as start-up money or support money for new or continuing research in the field of stuttering.
• One award of $2,500.00 will be presented;
• The deadline for submission of the application is December 1, 2011;
• The application must be received by the NSA’s Executive Director ([email protected]) as an electronic attachment in MS Word format by midnight EST, December 1, 2011; and
• The award recipient will be notified by March 1, 2012 and will be awarded as a single check. Each application must include the following:
1. Title of the proposal.
2. Proposal narrative which consists of:
a. Abstract (150 words maximum);
b. Background and description of full project (1000 words maximum);
c. Description of how the award will be used (500 words maximum);
d. Budget/justification (250 words maximum); and
+ Biographical sketch of researcher(s).
*Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Interested in doing Research?
The NSA actively supports research on stuttering. Through its Research Committee, the NSA seeks to facilitate interactions and collaboration between scientists and people who stutter. This includes supporting researchers in the recruitment of study participants and disseminating research findings to interested members of the stuttering community.
If you have any questions about the NSA Research Committee or the NSA's role in stuttering research, visit this web site http://www.westutter.org/whoWeHelp/researchers.html..
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