Past Funding Opportunities

MnDRIVE fellowships in Neuromodulation 2015-2016

Deadline: 
February 1, 2015

Program Description
The University of Minnesota announces its 2015-2016 fellowship program in Neuromodulation. Fellowships are funded through the MnDRIVE (Minnesota Discovery, Research and InnoVation Economy) Initiative and are awarded to outstanding graduate students, post-doctoral trainees and resident/clinical fellows pursuing research in the field of Neuromodulation. Neuromodulation is an emerging transdisciplinary field focused on treating neurological and neuropsychiatric disorders with technological interventions at the neural interface that are non-destructive, reversible, and adjustable. Neuromodulation research integrates basic science, engineering, and clinical disciplines to yield new insights into brain function and develop therapeutic innovations that include electrical, magnetic, optogenetic, and ultrasound technologies.

2015 Neuromodulation Innovation Grants

Deadline: 
January 9, 2015

Program Description
Apply for the MnDRIVE Brain Conditions Neuromodulation Innovation Grants.  The  objective is to support transformative ideas in neuromodulation that engage multiple disciplines, industry partners, or NGOs to address unmet needs. Maximum award will be $100,000 to $150,000.   We expect to fund 4-6 grants. Recipients will have up to two years to complete projects.