The Mason Foundation ME Research Grants are now open
The Mason Foundation ME research grants are now open and will be awarded to a maximum of $100,000 per annum, for up to three years.
Applications are now open.
The Mason Foundation Myalgic Encephalomyelitis grants support research projects that focus on:- understanding the pathology of the illness
– developing a diagnostic test for patients
– improving how health professionals currently diagnose and manage severe cases of ME
– emerging research priorities
The Mason Foundation require research to use the 2003 Canadian consensus criteria (CCC) or the 2011 International consensus Criteria (ICC), and the Paediatric Primer (2017) for child and adolescent patient selection.
Chief investigators that have ongoing multi-year grants with future grant commitments from this Foundation, i.e. grants with amounts still to be paid in this or future financial years, are ineligible to apply.
The goal of The Mason Foundation is to achieve enduring, positive impact in the areas of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Alzheimer’s disease through funding medical research principally into the causes, prevention and/or management of these diseases. Please refer to the Equity Trustees website for further details.