Grants to Support Increasing Public Awareness and Provider Education About Primary Immunodeficiency Disease


GrantID : 2664
Grant Funding Amount Low: $1,000,000
Grant Amount High: $3,000,000
Deadline : May 22, 2023




Summary


Grants to support increasing public awareness and provider education about primary immunodeficiency disease. Prompt diagnosis and treatment can be lifesaving and may result in marked improvements in the quality and length of life. Disseminate educational information on a national level to health care providers, educators, third-party payers, impacted families, and others...




Description


Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases (PID) are a group of primarily single-gene disorders of the immune system. Primary denotes the genetic nature of the defects, differentiating them from secondary or acquired immunodeficiencies caused by malnutrition, infection, chemotherapy, or other external agents. The defining characteristics of primary immunodeficiency diseases make them candidates for a public health intervention approach. Although the clinical manifestations and underlying genetic defects . . .



Interests


  • Black, Indigenous, People of Color
  • Education
  • Health & Medical
  • Higher Education
  • Non-Profit Support Services
  • Students
  • Teachers

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Eligible Requirements


  • Independent Schools
  • Local Government
  • Municipalities
  • Native American Tribal Organizations (Federally recognized)
  • Native American Tribal Organizations (other than Federally recognized tribal governments)
  • Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education
  • Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education
  • Private institutions of higher education
  • Public and State controlled institutions of higher education
  • Specialized District Governments
  • State Governments
  • Unrestricted



Eligible Regions


  • Alabama (USA)
  • Alaska (USA)
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  • Arkansas (USA)
  • California (USA)
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  • Connecticut (USA)
  • Delaware (USA)
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  • Indiana (USA)
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  • Kansas (USA)
  • Kentucky (USA)
  • Louisiana (USA)
  • Maine (USA)
  • Maryland (USA)
  • Massachusetts (USA)
  • Michigan (USA)
  • Minnesota (USA)
  • Mississippi (USA)
  • Missouri (USA)
  • Montana (USA)
  • Nebraska (USA)
  • Nevada (USA)
  • New Hampshire (USA)
  • New Jersey (USA)
  • New Mexico (USA)
  • New York (USA)
  • New York City (USA)
  • North Carolina (USA)
  • North Dakota (USA)
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  • Washington (USA)
  • Washington, DC (USA)
  • West Virginia (USA)
  • Wisconsin (USA)
  • Wyoming (USA)