Opioid Addiction Research

Opioid Addiction Research Microgrant

Every year, the high school students of GIDAS vote on diseases of their choice, and set up projects to raise awareness locally, as well as raise funds for microgrants that research the chosen diseases. If you are interested in getting funding for your own research, please visit this link.

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Aadit Mathur

$30.00 April 20, 2024
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Muralidhar Akula

$25.00 April 18, 2024

sahasra akula

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San Diego Street Fundraiser

$205.00 April 17, 2024

Thank you all for your fundraiser and donations!

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Louise Ryan

$200.00 April 13, 2024

On behalf of Derek Ryan

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Valarie Thomas

$25.00 April 13, 2024

I donate on behalf of all the current and returning MVP parent researchers and wish Shrinith Balraj all the best in her future endeavors. … Read more

I donate on behalf of all the current and returning MVP parent researchers and wish Shrinith Balraj all the best in her future endeavors. Science, Compassion, Collaboration

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Nicholas Sifuentes

$100.00 April 13, 2024
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Prerna Mathur

$25.00 April 13, 2024
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Anonymous

$200.00 April 13, 2024
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Roshan Kumar

$200.00 April 13, 2024
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Upali Nanda

$25.00 April 13, 2024

On behalf of Aarith and Aayush Veerabhadran

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Kate Leitao

$10.00 April 13, 2024

Opioid Addiction Research Microgrant

$8,083 of $10,000 raised

High school students are fundraising for opioid addiction research

It is hard to get government funding for innovative research due to the lack of supporting data. We provide microgrants so that an innovative researcher can obtain initial data. Please donate for opoid addiction research.

 

Microgrant Candidate

Shelly Flagel, Ph.D.

Dr. Flagel is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Michigan and Research Associate Professor in the Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience Institute. She is an Associate Member of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology and a Kavli National Academy of Sciences Fellow. Her research focuses on understanding the behavioral and neurobiological factors that contribute to individual differences in reward learning and susceptibility to addiction.

 

 

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