MR3 Network Funding Opportunities

Medical Rehabilitation Research Resource Network Centers offer pilot studies, scholar awards, and other funding opportunities for researchers needing support and expertise to complete their medical rehabilitation research projects.

MR3 Network Member Description Upcoming Deadlines
AR3T Travel Awards and Diversity Grants Travel Awards and Diversity Grants are now available for the international symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation. Over $20,000 for Travel Awards and Diversity Grants will be awarded for the symposium to be held November 4-6, 2021, in Austin, Texas. Apply today. none
AR3T Supplemental Grant Funding Program Stretch your research money even further! The AR3T Supplemental Grant Funding Program supports researchers in the development of innovative, rigorous, and interdisciplinary Regenerative Rehabilitation research projects. Now soliciting supplemental grant proposals. Awards up to $70,000.  Learn more. Application Due June 13, 2021
AR3T Pilot Funding Program The AR3T Pilot Funding Program supports researchers in the development of innovative, interdisciplinary Regenerative Rehabilitation research projects.  Learn more. TBA Supplemental Funding: June 13, 2021
AR3T Technology Development Grants
AR3T offers technology development grants to support the development of ex vivo and in vivo technologies that will enhance the understanding of stem cell response to stimulation.  Learn more. none
AR3T Mini Career Development Grants Program is designed to support junior faculty with the goal of writing and refining novel grant submissions. Awardees are paired with a mentor from one of over twenty AR3T researchers whose area of expertise complements the recipient’s area of research. Learn more.
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AR3T and NC NM4R Joint Pilot Funding Two NIH/NCMRR-funded resource centers, the National Center of Neuromodulation for Rehabilitation (NC NM4R) and the Alliance for Regenerative Rehabilitation Research and Training (AR3T), are collaborating to offer this unique pilot funding opportunity to support researchers in the development of innovative, interdisciplinary research that combines neuromodulation and technologies that promote regeneration. One $40,000 grant will be awarded. Learn more. Letter of Intent (LOI) Due April 23, 2021
Application Due June 1, 2021
Notification of Award July 1, 2021
Restore Pilot Funding Program
The Restore Center awards Pilot Project grants to innovative and meritorious projects to accelerate the use of sensor and video technology in rehabilitation research and to advance real-world monitoring and delivery of medical rehabilitation for individuals with impaired movement.  Learn more.
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C-STAR Pilot Funding Program
C-STAR Pilot Project grants leverage the collective experience of our clinicians, scientists, engineers, and patients to support the development of novel pilot studies that explore the smart use of technology to assess human performance in laboratory, clinical, or community settings.  Learn more.
Letter of Intent (LOI) Due May 17, 2021
Application Due July 13, 2021
LeaRRn Pilot Funding Program
The LeaRRn Pilot Program will fund studies that address Learning Health System research in stakeholder engagement, improvement and implementation, and/or health systems/health economics.  Learn more.
 Letter of Intent (LOI) Due Jan. 22, 2021
Application Due April 15, 2021
NC NM4R Pilot Funding Program
NC NM4R Pilot Project Grants provide short-term funding for studies designed to promote rehabilitation neuroscience research that uses neuromodulatory techniques and methodologies, or which may increase understanding of the underlying neurobiological mechanisms of NM4R. Learn more. TBA
NC NM4R Collaborative Research Project Program The NC NM4R Collaborative Research Project Program will provide immediate, short-term (a 6-month period) funding for up to 4 collaborative opportunities proposals per year to help investigators overcome potential barriers in successful pilot data collection. Only projects developed through collaboration between the applicants and the NC NM4R will be considered. Learn more. TBA
C-PROGRESS Pilot Funding Program
The National Pediatric Rehabilitation Resource Center Pilot Studies program encourages innovation and funds pilot studies with high potential for discovering efficacious treatments and promoting their rapid, high-fidelity application in clinical and community settings.  Learn more. With AACPDM: April 16, 2021