About Discontinued Grants
About Human Immunology
The Dana Foundation supported promising new investigators beginning their careers in patient-based immunology research as Dana Scholars. This program ran from 2004-2008.
The Dana Foundation Program in
The Neuroimmunology of Brain Infections and Cancers
The Foundation has been pleased to stimulate advances in neuroimmunology, and now concentrates its support for this field primarily through the Brain and Immuno-imaging program.
The Neuroimmunology Program focused on brain infections and cancers. Specifically, we invited studies of 1) immune-based therapies for primary brain tumors, and for metastases to the brain of other cancers; 2) immune responses to infections in the brain, including but not limited to viral encephalitis, meningitis, cerebral malaria, and prion diseases, and 3) how the immune system affects the brain and how the brain modifies immune function.
For summary information on Neuroimmunology grants awarded previously, please click on the "Search Dana Grants" link below and select "Neuroimmunology" from the dropdown box under "Program".
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