The International League of Associations for Rheumatology (ILAR) is issuing its fourth request for proposals for projects that advance rheumatology in developing countries.
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ILAR is soliciting proposals for projects for the funding year January 1–December 31, 2012. ILAR welcomes project proposals or requests for ILAR’s contribution to projects between the amounts of $5,000 and $30,000 U.S. In total, ILAR will fund at least $100,000 U.S. of projects in 2012. ILAR’s intent in funding these projects is to provide seed money to help initiate meritorious projects that will eventually be eligible for other sources of funding.
Leagues of rheumatology associations, national rheumatology societies, universities and academic institutions, government agencies, and individuals from institutions are all eligible to submit a proposal for consideration. Project proposals must clearly demonstrate that they address ILAR’s mission to advance rheumatology in developing countries in the areas of education and clinical practice.
Help advance rheumatology in developing countries. For more information and to submit your project for consideration, visit www.ilar.org.