Grant applications must be submitted
by December 15, 2014.
Awards will be announced at the AAPB conference in Austin, TX, March 14, 2015
All applicants will be provided a summary of reviewers’ critiques.
Questions regarding the application process should be directed to the FERB management representative, Brittney Maruska at email@example.com
Eligibility and Conditions
To be eligible for a FERB research grant, the applicant must either be enrolled as a full--‐time student in a college/university health care/mental health care academic program, and working under a faculty research advisor who has had training in neurofeedback or a part time student or non--‐student researcher/trainee in some area of applied psychophysiology.
Projects selected must be completed within a period of time indicated in the application narrative. Grant recipients will agree to submit a progress report within one year of receipt of funds, and a final progress report at the time proposed for finishing the research. A financial statement must also be submitted to the Grant Committee at these times.
Grant recipients also agree to submit, within 18 months of the specified project completion date, a publishable manuscript to a peer--‐reviewed journal, reporting results of their investigation.
Access Grant Application HERE
Please complete each section of the application. Applications must be limited to
5 pages, including references, not including support letters, budget, and other supporting documents. Sign and obtain the signature of your Research Advisor/Supervisor/Mentor and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please read full details and selection criteria HERE before submitting your application.