NSA Announces Research Funding for Stuttering!

September 06, 2011  |  Posted in: Blog   |  By:   |   0 Comments

Announcing the First Annual NSA Research Award!

Recently, the NSA, in conjunction with the Canadeo Family, has made a commitment to supporting and funding stuttering research. For at least the next 10 years, the NSA will be providing research start-up money for clinical or basic research in stuttering. Each year, a minimum of $2500.00 will be awarded to a researcher that submits the top research application. Research applications are due by December 1, 2011. For more information, please click here.

*Note: Funds for this award are provided by a private donation to a restricted account. The monetary award does not impact any other projects or operating expenses of the NSA.

Source: 2011/09/01 – E-mail Newsletter from the National Stuttering Association (NSA)









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