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CALL FOR JOINT PROJECT 2018

La Fondation Paralysie Cérébrale/La Fondation Motrice decided this year to dedicate a massive and unprecedented support for research on Cerebral Palsy by launching a call for a great joint project in 2018. 

This call for proposals will evaluate projects with a total budget between € 500 K to € 1.5 million maximum over a period of 3 to 5 years. These may include large scale projects in the field of clinical research, translational research, public health or social sciences assessing intervention(s) aiming at 

o Improving the impairments, the activities and the participation of concerned people, preventing, reducing or mitigating the mid and long term consequences of CP

o Preventing the occurrence of CP in at-risk populations

 

This call for research proposals addresses any certified research team situated in the European countries. Projects will be based on a consortium whose coordinator will be a leader working in France.

We thank you in advance for letting your research teams, and any potentially interested research team, know about this call for projects, so as to allow the development of new projects in this field of investigation.

Documents related to this call can be downlaoded below 

Cadre général de l’appel d’offre (french)

General framework of the call (english)

Project synopsis (english)

Application form (English)

Project synopses have to be sent before 2017, November 30th at the latest and application files before 2018, January 15th.

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ENQUÊTE LANCEE LE 23 MAI 2016 :

  QUESTIONNAIRE DISPONIBLE EN LIGNE 

RESEARCH GRANT PROPOSAL 2016/2017 - LA FONDATION MOTRICE

La Fondation Motrice launches its 2016/2017 research grant proposal as two separate calls to fund research projects: one in the field of motor and cognitive rehabilitation in persons with Cerebral Palsy and the other much broader to support any study in the field of Cerebral palsy. Four associations : SESEP (Société d’Etudes et de Soins pour les enfants Paralysés et Polymalformés), CDI (Cercle de Documentation et d’Information pour la rééducation des Infirmes Moteurs Cérébraux), FFAIMC (Fédération Française des Associations d’Infirmes Moteurs Cérébraux) and ENVOLUDIA are partners of these calls for projects.

For more information on the call and to download the documents

RESEARCH GRANT PROPOSAL 2016 - LA FONDATION MOTRICE

This year, La Fondation Motrice launches its 2016 research grant proposal as  two separate calls to fund research projects: one in the field of motor and cognitive rehabilitation evaluation and the other much broader in people with cerebral palsy. For the first time since it has been created, 3 associations SESEP (Société d’Etudes et de Soins pour les enfants Paralysés et Polymalformés), FFAIMC (Fédération Française des Associations d’Infirmes Moteurs Cérébraux) and CDI (Cercle de Documentation et d’Information pour la rééducation des Infirmes Moteurs Cérébraux) are partners in these La Fondation Motrice calls for projects.

Call for Proposals for "European Research Projects on Neurodevelopmental Disorders"

2015 “Neurodevelopmental Disorders”

Deadline for pre-proposal submission: March 09, 2015; 14:00 CET

 

The aim of the call is to facilitate multinational, collaborative research projects that will address important questions relating to the neurodevelopmental nature of neurological and psychiatric disorders. The call will accept proposals ranging from understanding basic mechanisms of disease through proof-of-concept clinical studies in humans. These may include - without excluding others - diseases such as autism, schizophrenia, mental retardation, attention deficit disorders, foetal alcohol syndrome, epilepsy syndromes, cerebral palsy, inherited peripheral neuropathies, sensory disorders and spastic paraplegias. Disorders that manifest only with neurodegenerative features during adulthood will not be eligible for this call.

The ERA-NET NEURON funding organizations particularly wish to promote multi-disciplinary work and to encourage translational research proposals that combine basic and clinical approaches.