The aim of the Mito Foundation Translational Research Grant is to rapidly transform research discoveries into clinical practice. The Mito Foundation funds exceptional researchers who have the capability to turn around ground breaking research and start to make inroads into treatments.
Mito Foundation Translational Research Grants are charitable grants of up to $150,000 per year for two years, offered to researchers to assist with their work on mitochondrial disorders.
Funding Round, Applications and Report Templates
Applications are welcome throughout the year and will be reviewed on the following dates:
1. Research must be focused on primary mitochondrial disease.
2. All application information must be submitted.
For More information and How to Apply
Click below to download our information and application form.
To apply, complete the form and send it to the Mito Foundation Grants Officer via email@example.com.
Please call (02) 8033 4113 if you have any queries.
Funded Translational Research Grants
Long-read DNA sequencing: Utilizing emerging genomic technologies to improve genetic diagnoses of mitochondrial disease
01/09/2019 → 31/08/2021
Researcher: Dr Ann E. Frazier
During the last decade, a revolution in the techniques used to sequence and analyse our DNA has seen dramatic improvements…
01/09/2018 → 30/08/2020
Researcher: Professor David Thorburn
This project will focus on improving translation of genomics into optimal clinical practice by addressing the following issues: Improved genomic…
Evaluating the cost-effectiveness of whole genome sequencing for the diagnosis of mitochondrial disease
20/06/2018 → 20/06/2020
Researcher: Dr Deborah Schofield
It is anticipated that this research will increase accessibility to early intervention, and completely transform the way mito is treated.…