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American SIDS Institute Solicits Letters of Intent for Research Grants – Deadline March 1, 2024

The American SIDS Institute invites qualified investigators to submit a Letter of Intent (LOI) for a research grant related to sudden unexpected infant death (SUID). Applicants must have a faculty appointment or the equivalent at a U.S. based university, hospital, research institution, or medical examiner office. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, pathology, physiology, neonatology, cardiology and epidemiology.

Submitted LOIs will be evaluated by the American SIDS Institute Research Advisory Council. Applicants with well-defined, high priority LOI proposals will be invited to submit complete research grant applications. Successful grants proposals will be funded for 2 years at $70,000.

Detailed directions can be found at this link.

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Transform Our World Through Research

The 2024 Magee Prize, Now Accepting Letters of Intent

Magee-Womens Research Institute announced a call for proposals for its $1 million Magee Prize, which will support a collaborative team whose groundbreaking research in reproductive sciences and women’s health could improve lives globally. Letters of Intent are due February 15, 2024. The prize will be awarded in November 2024 at our Magee-Womens Summit. Read more about the Magee-Womens Summit at,  and find specific information about the Magee prize here.

Upcoming PSI 2024: Perinatal Science International | 07 – 09 March 2024, Venice, Italy

PSI 2024 is a global meeting for Perinatal Research, organized by the esteemed European Association of Perinatal Medicine (EAPM).

This International Congress will provide an excellent platform for global methodologists, basic scientists & qualitatively researchers to discuss current cutting edge, state of the art, multinational/multicentre research in perinatology.

Don’t miss this opportunity to join this premier meeting with researchers in perinatal medicine:

Engaging Global Communities in Perinatal & Child Health Research, October 25th, 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

In partnership with IDRC, SickKids Centre for Global Child Health and the Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute, Gairdner brings together emerging and established leaders in the perinatal and child health fields to discuss their own research and how communities can be engaged and involved in the research process. Speakers will present their own work, compare experiences in a roundtable, and network with students, community partners and researchers interested in pursuing their own collaborations. HYBRID EVENT

Event registration: