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NARSAD grant

NARSAD raises money from donors around the world and invests it directly in the most promising research projects in mental health.


We help the best and brightest scientific minds unravel the complexities of schizophrenia, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders such as PTSD and OCD and childhood disorders that include autism and ADHD.

A NARSAD grant is one of the highest distinctions in the field of brain disorder research. Many investigators go on to receive larger federal and private grants based on their NARSAD projects.

Young Investigator
This award supports scientists at the advanced post-doctoral or assistant professor (or equivalent) level. Awards are up to $30,000/year, for one or two years (maximum of $60,000).

Independent Investigator
This award supports scientists at the associate professor (or equivalent) level. Awards are up to $50,000/year, for two years (maximum of $100,000).

Distinguished Investigator
This award supports scientists at the full professor (or equivalent) level. Awards are up to $100,000 for one year.
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