How to Apply
Applicants should submit a brief Letter of Interest (up to three pages, not including attachments) as the initial request for funding. Investigators whose Letters of Interest fit the BMRP's criteria and areas of interest will be invited to submit a full grant application.
Letter of Interest Format
The following information is part of the three-page limit:
- Title of the project
- Specific hypothesis or question to be investigated
- Data analysis
- Anticipated outcomes
The following items (except for #1) are required, but not part of the three-page limit:
- Supportive information, such as references, preliminary data or recent publications, may be included.
- State why your project fits the BMRP's criteria (see "BMRP Goals"), including its relevance and likely benefits to patients with IBD in the next several years.
- Attach the investigator’s curriculum vitae(s) or biographical sketch(es).
- Briefly describe the laboratory or clinical environment.
- Indicate the estimated total budget (see “Budget” under “Policies”) and the period for which funding is requested. Keep in mind that we are interested in funding exploratory projects in order to test new ideas and directions in IBD research. Thus, funding requests should be in concert with the foundation’s purpose.
- Provide the principal investigator’s e-mail and postal addresses.
Letter of Interest Submission
- Direct Letters of Interest to:
Daniel Hollander, M.D.
Broad Medical Research Program
The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation, Scientific | Medical Research
10900 Wilshire Boulevard, Twelfth Floor
Los Angeles, California 90024-6532
- If possible, please send your Letter of Interest and all attachments electronically to: email@example.com. If you send it electronically, please do not send a printed copy.
- Receipt of your Letter of Interest will be acknowledged by e-mail within a few days. If you do not hear from us in a timely manner, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure that your letter has been received.
- You may include suggestions for potential reviewers and also indicate individuals with potential conflicts of interest.
Unless required by your institution, Letters of Interest may be submitted directly to the BMRP by the Principal Investigator and do not require institutional approval or signature.
- Letters of Interest are accepted and reviewed throughout the year; there are no deadlines.