International Retinal Research Foundation

Age-related macular

  • CALL FOR FUNDING APPLICATIONS:

    ALERT:

    Three Awards are available at $35,000 each for one year. Submission Deadline is March 1, 2019.

    Questions or request for information should be forwarded to Sandra Blackwood either by phone or email.

    sblackwood@irrfonline.org

    205-325-8103.

  • IRRF 2016 ANNUAL REPORT:

  • QUANTIFYING SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS FROM WHOLE RETINAL IMAGES:

    Bioinformatics, “Quantifying Spatial Relationships from Whole Retinal Images,” Brian E. Ruttenberg, Gabriel Luna, Geoffrey P. Lewis, Steven K. Fisher, and Ambuj K. Singh, Neuroscience

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  • FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR OTHER INQUIRIES, PLEASE WRITE TO:

    The International Retinal Research Foundation, Inc.

    1720 University Boulevard

    Birmingham, Alabama 35233

    Attn: Sandra Blackwood, MPA

    Executive Director

    Phone: 205-325-8103

    Fax: 205-325-8394

    Or by email: sblackwood@irrfonline.org

Grants & Funding

The International Retinal Research Foundation (IRRF) supports scientific research on the diseases of the human eye, especially its center, the macula, and peripheral retinal research that ultimately will accelerate the outcome of discovery. Specific consideration will be given to those scientists who are actively working toward discovering the causes, preventions, and cures of macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy. Limited funding is available for postdoctoral training in the area of vision research and for educational and scientific exchange.

The IRRF is a publicly supported charitable foundation funded by donor contributions and has been approved by the Internal Revenue Service as tax exempt from federal tax under section 501(A) of the Internal Revenue Code as an organization described in section 501 (c)(3).

The deadline for submitting Postdoctoral Scholar Nominations is March 1. All request determinations will be provided in writing.

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The International Retinal Research Foundation, Inc. has been approved by the Internal Revenue Service as tax exempt

from federal tax under section 509(A) of the Internal Revenue Code as an organization described in section 501(c)(3).

 

For additional information or other inquiries, please write to:

The International Retinal Research Foundation, Inc.

1720 University Boulevard

Birmingham, Alabama 35233

Attn: Sandra Blackwood, MPA, Executive Director

Phone: 205-325-8103

Fax: 205-325-8394