Staglin Family Music Festival NARSAD Schizophrenia Research Award

Deadline: 02/12/2006

To stimulate research on the causes and treatment of schizophrenia, NARSAD has established a major Schizophrenia Research Award. It will be supported by funds raised by the Music Festival for Mental Health, an annual event held in the Napa Valley at the Staglin Family Vineyard. One award of $250,000 will be made each year to a young investigator to help establish or maintain a program of research.

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Address: 60 Cutter Mill Road,
Suite 404,
Great Neck,
New York 11021 USA
Telephone: 1 800 829 8289
Fax: 1 516 487 6930
Email: info@narsad.org

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