*Now accepting submissions until June 30th, 2023*
The winner will be announced before the 2023 ISNR Conference in Dallas, TX.
FNNR is awarding a $3,000 mini-grant to any student or non-student clinical researcher in the field of neurofeedback and neuromodulation.
The winner will be decided based on the merit of the research proposal.
Projects selected must be completed within 12 months of receipt of funding. Grant recipients will agree to submit one brief interim and one final investigation progress report and financial statement to the Grant Committee within the 12-month funding period. Grant recipients also agree to submit, within 18 months of receipt of funding, a publishable manuscript to a peer-reviewed journal, reporting results of their investigation. Please fill in each section of the application (download below) and submit to grants@theFNNR.org.
Selection Criteria: Preference for funding will be given to projects that demonstrate potential for contributing to knowledge of basic processes involved in neuromodulation methods and technologies or to understanding of the clinical effects of neurofeedback or other neuromodulation methods with populations/disorders currently under-researched. Replication studies will be accepted when adequately justified.
Applicants whose requests are denied will be provided explanation for denial, summary of reviewers’ critic. Questions regarding the application process should be directed to the Grant Committee at grants@theFNNR.org.