Are you working on research related to sensorimotor rehabilitation engineering or robotics?

The School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering is launching the Piper Health Solutions Seed Grant Program, including two pilot grants worth up to $50,000 over seven months. Submit your competitive proposal by 5 p.m. on September 30, 2016.

Through generous support from the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust, the program promotes interdisciplinary collaborations between faculty with expertise in neural engineering, neuro-rehabilitation, assistive devices and rehabilitation robotics.

Successful tenure-track and tenured faculty applicants will develop innovative or high impact research studies that offer the potential to translate results into larger extramural funding opportunities.

Download the grant application.

For more information, contact Sean Jones at S.Jones@asu.edu.

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