- Research Grants
Research Supported by FAPESP assembles referential information of scholarships and research grants from various research modalities, awarded by FAPESP.
Concerning projects carried out in research institutions abroad, FAPESP encourages granted researchers to develop collaborative research with renowned partner organizations from other countries, such as the institution abroad .
The display board "FAPESP Support in Numbers" presents the number of ongoing or concluded scholarships and research grants, awarded by the Foundation, in cooperation with the institution abroad Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine. In the center of the page, you will see some information on those awarded scholarships and research grants.
Use the "Refine results" list of options to filter information on awarded research in cooperation with the research institution abroad Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine and to get results that are more specific for your search, according to the following parameters: type of Research Grants, modalities of Scholarships, Field of Knowledge and Start Date.
The Maps and Graphs show the geographical distribution of FAPESP sponsorship in the State of São Paulo and the historical sequence of funded research, by year, of the ongoing projects from the cooperation with the research institution abroad Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine.
Cockayne Syndrome (CS) is a rare autosomal disease defined as an association of developmental impairment and premature aging, with a very complex and devastating neurological dysfunction. It is caused by mutations in ERCC8 or ERCC6 genes, which encodes for CSA and CSB proteins, respectively, that are part of the transcription coupled nucleotide excision repair (TC-NER). TC-NER is famous...
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a neurodegenerative disorder characterized primarily by a loss of upper and lower motor neurons (MNs) leading to progressive paralysis, disability and death. ALS affects people in the fourth to sixth decade of life, with a survival of less than 5 years after diagnosis. Numerous mechanisms that may contribute to the progression of the disease have b...
This project aims at studying a possible role for autophagy in the neurodegenerative phenotype observed in patients with Cockayne Syndrome. In order to do that, human skin fibroblasts from CS patients will be reprogrammed to a pluripotent state (iPS cells) and then, differentiated into neurons, thus, constituting a model to study the neurodegenerative phenotype observed in these patient...
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