- 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 Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). 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 Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) 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 Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).
Psychiatric disorders are genetically complex traits. Despite decades of research, there is little certainty about their biological basis. The study of basic dimensions of functioning (psychiatric symptoms) instead of psychiatric diagnosis could help to better understand the nature of these disorders. In the present study, we aim: 1) to compare genome-wide DNA methylation in peripheral ...
Although sickle cell anemia (SCA) results from the homozygosity of a single mutation in amino acid 6 of the ²-globin locus, this disease presents high phenotypic heterogeneity, so that different patients may have significantly different clinical outcomes. Vascular occlusion occurs systemically, and transient ischemic attacks, stroke and cerebral hemorrhage affect approximately 25% of pa...
Congenital heart defects (CHDs) are the most common, serious type of birth defect, occurring in 1 in 200 live births. Despite medical and surgical advances, CHDs remain the leading cause of birth defect related infant mortality and, as survival improves, become of increasing prevalence and healthcare concern in adults. Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) is the most common cyanotic heart defect a...
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