In our fourth year of operation, RUN DIPG is looking to ‘level up’ our research funding and DIPG/DMG awareness game. Although we’ve had a few small successes in the past, RUN DIPG has never really focused on external community grants as a mechanism to further our cause.
Following 17 years in a similar role at The University of Newcastle, Rebecca Ford joins RUN DIPG as our Grants Officer, and we can’t wait for her to work her magic!
Bec will seek, prepare, apply and manage grant applications on the charity’s behalf; an approach we hope will spread the word on DIPG/DMG and advocate and fund much-needed medical and scientific research. If you’ve seen a community grant advertised and think RUN DIPG is a worthy recipient, let Bec know via email – email@example.com
Having many years of experience in the University system, RUN DIPG are now offering DIPG/DMG researchers assistance in preparing their own major grant applications via Bec’s involvement. With large-scale funding rounds often comes intricate application processes. Additionally, large schemes typically target collaborative or multi-institutional projects, meaning requirements are multiplied by the number of participating organisations involved.
As a charity dedicated to Moving Towards a Cure, we think keeping researchers focused on research (rather than administrative requirements) is the best way forward. If you have a significant or collaborative application coming up, submit a RUN DIPG Funding Request to request Bec’s services.
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