University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business National Call for Business Plans

Oct 18, 2017, Posted in Outside Opportunities

The Social Venture Fund (SVF), a student-run VC fund that makes investments in startup-companies that have social impact at the core of their business model, at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business is now accepting business plans (thru November 5, 2017) for the 2017-2018 investment round. 

The Children’s Tumor Foundation and PLOS ONE Announce a New Funder-Publisher Partnership

The Children’s Tumor Foundation (CTF) and the scientific journal PLOS ONE are collaborating on a new funding program in the area of neurofibromatosis (NF) research. The new initiative, called the Drug Discovery Initiative Registered Report (DDIRR) 2017 Awards, is a funder-publisher partnership to integrate the Registered Reports model in the grant application process.

Littlest Tumor Foundation NF Family Wellness Retreat

Jul 24, 2017, Posted in Community, Outside Opportunities

Every August the Littlest Tumor Foundation hosts the NF Family Wellness Retreat in Clintonville, WI. This year, the retreat will take place from August 11-14 at the Imago Dei Village and is free of charge. The mission at the retreat is to strengthen the family unit, build compassion, and address NF manifestations through practicing a healthy lifestyle.

Seeking grant applications for MPNST research at Boston Children’s Hospital

Jun 22, 2017, Posted in Collaborations, Outside Opportunities, Science

The NF Research Initiative (NFRI) at Boston Children’s Hospital has two open requests for applications:

NTAP Call for RFAs: Cutaneous Neurofibromas

Apr 20, 2017, Posted in Collaborations, NF1, Outside Opportunities, Science

Neurofibromatosis Therapeutic Acceleration Program (NTAP) is launching a new research program focused on understanding the pathogenesis of cutaneous neurofibromas. NTAP is a philanthropic research entity based at Johns Hopkins University dedicated to the discovery of therapeutics for the peripheral nerve tumors that afflict people with neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1). Cutaneous neurofibromas represent a major unmet need for NF1 patients. This research program sets the blueprint for improving therapeutics for these tumors by encouraging research proposals that improve the Understanding of Cutaneous Neurofibromas

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