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By: Susan M. Fitzpatrick & M. Brent Dolezalek

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Chapter 14: Diversifying Your Funding Portfolio: The Role of Private Funders

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Diversifying Your Funding Portfolio: The Role of Private Funders
Diversifying your funding portfolio: The role of private funders
Susan M.Fitzpatrick and M. BrentDolezalek

Securing external funding in support of their research program has become part of the job description for academic faculty. In this chapter, we hope to provide researchers in the psychological sciences with some insights into the grant-making mechanisms and priorities of a subset of private funders likely to come onto the radar of researchers looking to identify potential sources of support. The types of funders we concentrate on in this chapter are (1) independent and family foundations, for example, the James S. McDonnell Foundation and (2) disease-specific public charities, also called voluntary health organizations, such as Cure Autism Now. For simplicity's sake, we will ...

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