Grants for Diabetics

Caring for people with diabetes can be achieved through research about diabetes and its treatment as well as providing the people affected with this disease the proper care and treatment. There are several grants for diabetics that will help people affected with it cope with the everyday life. Through researching the diabetes and all about it such as treatment, there is a high chance that the people having diabetes can survive this disease as well as can know the right way to avoid it. These grants are very vital in the advancement of the research towards diabetics.

Bayer HealthCare Diabetes Care

The Bayer HealthCare Diabetes Care is a program that is intended to give educational grants that will assist and give support to the suitable programs and projects with primary objectives in the following focus: glycaemia management in the type 1 and type 2 diabetes, monitoring of glucose in the blood as well as its measurements, monitoring as well as measuring of A1c and finally, modification that involves behavioral and lifestyle for diabetes management and care. Bayer grant programs are open to everyone. Interested applicants the needed documents listed in the Bayer HealthCare Diabetes Care website at http://www.bayerus.com/bhc/Educational_Grants_GuideLines.aspx?popup=y. Other grant programs of Bayer can be found at http://www.bayerus.com/bhc/Charitable_Contribution_Request.aspx. For any inquiries regarding the grants for diabetics, email them at diabetes.supportrequests@bayer.com or call them at (914) 366 – 1800.

Diabetes Care
555 White Plains Road
Tarrytown, NY 10591

Translational Science Postdoctoral Fellowship Award

The Translational Science Postdoctoral Fellowship Award is offered by the American Diabetes Association together with the Merck Clinical to clinical diabetes investigators and researchers who works in the field of clinical and translational research that will support postdoctoral fellow. It is the mentor of the fellow who should submit the application. The program will grant cash assistance amounting to $75,000 per year and the fellowship will run for two years. For the 2012 grant cycle, the deadline for submission is on January 16, 2012. The important and needed documents can be downloaded, reviewed, and complete before online submission; it can be access in http://professional.diabetes.org/UserFiles/Research%20Programs/General%20Forms/2011-MERCKCT-App-Instructions-OCT10R.pdf. The American Diabetes Association will provide the link for online submission in its website (http://professional.diabetes.org/grants). If you have any inquiries, comments and questions regarding the program and the grants please contact the Senior Manager of the Research Programs by phone at (703) 549 – 1500 ext. 2362 or by e-mail at grantquestions@diabetes.org.

1701 North Beauregard St.,
Alexandria, Virginia 22311

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