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New Grant Opportunity - Pilot and Established Investigator Awards

The following funding opportunity just announced from the Lymphatic Malformation Institute (LMI) 

The LMI is a non-profit organization that funds research on CCLA, GLA, GSD, and KLA.




Funding level: Maximum of $75,000 may be requested

Period: Up to 1 year of support is available

Description: The pilot grant is intended to encourage exploratory research, to develop and test exciting new hypotheses or research approaches that have the potential to significantly advance our understanding and/or treatment of CCLA, GLA, GSD, or KLA.

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, genetic analysis, biomarker identification, and characterization of the microenvironment of malformations.

How to apply: Submit a letter of intent (LOI) to the LMI. If your LOI is selected, you will be invited to submit a full grant application.

LOIs for Pilot and Established Investigator Awards are due by March 17, 2023. LOIs should be submitted to by 11:59 PM CST.

Please visit to download grant application forms and instructions.

Questions: Contact Mike Dellinger, PhD, Director of Research, The Lymphatic Malformation Institute at